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Mind Trek: Exploring Consciousness, Time, and Space Through Remote Viewing

by Joseph McMoneagle

Other authors: Charles T. Tart (Introduction)

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Remote Viewing (RV) is the ability to perceive and describe detailed information about a remote place, person, or thing--regardless of the normal boundaries of time and space. For over 25 years it has represented the cutting edge of research into the powers of the mind.

Mind Trek provides us with insight into new perceptions and realities and gives us an understanding of how to deal with the doubts and fears of the RV learning process. By showing the effects research has had on the author as a subject, it points to consciousness as the ultimate time-machine and the mind as the gateway to human creativity. It also establishes our own clear responsibility for the design of our future.

This book also provides excellent guidelines for how to begin your own journey toward perfecting the art of Remote Viewing.
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