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(TMI Newsletter - December 5, 2012) 


You're probably no stranger to the concept of remote viewing. Most likely you recognize 
the possibility of perceiving objects and events distant in space and time. You may 
have experienced episodes of spontaneous knowing or seeing. 

But what defines remote viewing? What distinguishes it from other types of psi 

Wikipedia reports, "The term ['remote viewing'] was coined in the 1970s by Russell 
Targ and Harold Puthoff, parapsychology researchers at Stanford Research 
Institute, to distinguish it from clairvoyance." 

According to the International Remote Viewing Association (IRVA ), "Remote viewing is 
a mental faculty that allows a perceiver (a 'viewer') to describe or give details about a 
target that is inaccessible to normal senses...." 

From TMI's perspective, the value of 
remote viewing lies in the objective nature 
of the process itself; a protocold riven, 
scientifically tested perceptual technique 
and/or experience designed to acquire 
and describe information seemingly 
separated from the "viewer" and his or her 
physical senses by distance, shielding, or 

Remote viewing target drawn by Joe McMoneagle 

Through remote viewing, out-of-body 
experiences, spiritual insight, or 
miraculous healing we recognize, at some level of awareness, the true nature of 
ourselves as individual sentient elements of a greater non-local consciousness. 

To discover what remote viewing means to you, we invite you to, as Bob Monroe used 
to say, Come and find out for yourself!