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SRVManualByCourtneyBrown

SRVManualByCourtneyBrown

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Remote viewing manual
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Scientific Remote Viewing
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 byCourtney Brown, Ph.D.(Version 3.5)Copyright © 1997, 1998, 1999, 2004 by Courtney Brown. All rights reserved. Scientific RemoteViewing®, Farsight®, and SRV® are internationally registered service marks of Farsight, Inc. TheFarsight Protocols
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is a service mark of Farsight, Inc. This document is free for individual useonly. It may not be altered or sold.
 
CONTENTSSCIENTIFIC REMOTE VIEWING®: AN OVERVIEWTARGET CUESPHASE 1PHASE 2PHASE 3PHASE 4PHASE 5ENHANCED SRV®
 
Scientific Remote Viewing
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An Overview
The method of remote viewing that is the focus here began to evolve in earnest in 1996 due toresearch that was and continues to be conducted at The Farsight Institute. This is a nonprofitresearch and educational institute based in Atlanta, Georgia, that is dedicated to the continueddevelopment of the science of consciousness using remote viewing as the primary research tool. Iam the director of the institute. Much of the research that is conducted is available for free on theInternet at the Institute’s web site, www.farsight.org.Underpinning all of the research is the hypothesis that all humans are composite beings. Thismeans that we have two fundamental aspects: a soul and a body. In the current jargon of remoteviewing, the soul is called the "subspace aspect" of a person. The physical realm of solid matter is both separate from and connected to subspace. Once our physical bodies expire, we are no longer composite beings, and we continue our existence as subspace entities.While we are composite beings, physical stimuli tend to dominate our awareness. Thismeans that our five senses (taste, touch, sight, hearing, smell) overshadow the more intuitiveawareness originating from the subspace side. In practical terms, this means that most people arenot aware that they even have a subspace aspect. In short, soul voices are deafened by the din of our five physical senses.In order to break through this noise, specialized techniques are required. In general, thesetechniques focus on shifting a person's awareness away from the five physical senses. It is notnecessary to force a shift in one's awareness toward the subspace aspect. This happens automaticallyonce a person’s awareness is no longer riveted on the physical side of life.For this reason, I advise combining the practice of remote viewing with the practice of meditation. The form of meditation that I enjoy is Transcendental Meditation (TM), or the moreadvanced TM-Sidhi Program. My preference is based on the fact that TM is a mechanical procedure, and it has no belief or religious requirement associated with it. The mechanics of TMare also quite stress free and relaxing. Again, these are only my preferences. Many people who participate in other programs for the development of consciousness have also learned remoteviewing.Remote viewing is a natural process of a deeply settled mind. Remote perception works bestwhen it is not forced in any way. I have often said that the ancient seers were our first humanastronauts. While in a deeply relaxed state, they let their minds roam across the fabric of theuniverse, and some perceived what was there with surprising accuracy.1

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