The Grateful Dead Meet Stanley Krippner
September 4, 2019
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People new to remote viewing* often want to try it first without having to buy or take extensive–or expensive–courses. In principle, remote viewing is a simple ability. But, like many other worthwhile human skills, it can get complicated in practice. This short instructional video, brought to you without cost by 35-year remote viewing veteran instructor Dr. Paul H. Smith (Major, US Army, ret.) and Remote Viewing Instructional Services, Inc. gives you the opportunity to set up and try for yourself a simple remote viewing exercise to see if you like it. If you find you want more experience with remote viewing, see our extensive informational and training opportunities at https://rviewer.com
And if you’re looking for remote viewing training you can do at home, check out http://www.remoteperception.com/
*If you’re not sure what remote viewing is, see Paul’s video, ‘Remote Viewing: Martial Art for the Mind” here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0yB_yUPiOc&t=141s
Published on December 26, 2019
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