Remote Viewing Experiments (Part 1/4)

I receive lots letters from people who state, “Michael, show me proof that remote viewing is real.” It’s understandable that to some who are not aware of the history of remote viewing, that the idea of everyone possessing the ability to be trained to remote view, is difficult to believe.

I realized that for most die-hard skeptics, the only proof that will be valid for them is when they can SEE with their own eyes that Remote Viewing is REAL.

Let’s start with this video where Uri Geller does some amazing stuff…

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What do you think? Would love to hear your thoughts!

One Response to Remote Viewing Experiments (Part 1/4)
  1. pirate
    April 3, 2011 | 8:09 pm

    I have learned some important things through your blog post post. One other thing I would like to say is that there are plenty of games available and which are designed especially for preschool age small children. They contain pattern recognition, colors, wildlife, and patterns. These generally focus on familiarization instead of memorization. This will keep a child engaged without feeling like they are studying. Thanks