Sat, Oct 26 | Saturn Building Conference Room #310

Let’s try Remote Viewing! Vol.1

Remote viewing is a good way to train your brain, develop your intuition, and discover possibilities beyond your senses. So why don’t we start to explore?
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Let’s try Remote Viewing! Vol.1

Time & Location

Oct 26, 2019, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
Saturn Building Conference Room #310, 3417 Evanston Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103, USA

About The Event

It’s a matter of public record that the C.I.A. and U.S. Army had programs to train intelligence officers to gain abilities in clairvoyance, clairaudience, etc., and successfully used these “remote viewing” skills to gather insights and information on the Soviet Union and others – to look into things beyond our direct senses, beyond time and space. Scientists now are finding that our bodies are reacting to future events faster than our conscious minds can recognize them, so we all have at least some ability to look into the future as part of our instinctual survival system. They’re even suggesting that some successful entrepreneurs are somehow unconsciously anticipating future events and then acting upon that for their advantage.

Even if you have no interest in becoming a spy or start a new business, practicing remote viewing is a good way to train your brain, develop your intuition, and discover possibilities beyond your senses. So why don’t we start to explore?

I did extensive research on this subject as a journalist, and I learned the basic skills directly from a major player in the military intelligence program (he was portrayed by George Clooney in the movie “The Men Who Stared at Goats”). I’ll share with you the basics of remote viewing in this workshop and then we’ll do some simple “target practice” together.

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