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Remote Viewing Mini-Workshop W/ Author Jon Noble - Dr. Jay Kantor, Organizer

Remote Viewing Mini-Workshop
With Author Jon Noble – Dr. Jay Kantor, Organizer

From Organizer, Jay Kantor:  I am very pleased that Jon has agreed to join us tonight to discuss and demonstrate the topic of his new book.  I have been attending his NYC Remote Viewing meetup for the past year.  I highly recommend him and sincerely hope that you can attend his program.  Thanks Jon, in advance!  I foresee a wonderful evening ahead.

Participants will be guided through experiences of their own ability to describe objects hidden from normal perception. Intent is to leave participants with an outline of the basics of a remote viewing method, and more importantly an experience of ‘we are more than our physical bodies’.

A powerful example of remote viewing capability will be given (1), followed by findings that everyone has this ability (2). A basic RV method will be described (3), then used by participants to record their perceptions of a hidden object. Select participants will be asked to describe their perceptions, and the object will be revealed. There will be time to discuss your experience and ask questions. Another object will be targeted, allowing you a second opportunity to use your new skill. Each participant should have at least some evidence of target contact.

ü A remote viewing example, here’s something amazing and…

ü Everyone can do this! And here’s how…

ü Instruction, description of the basic process, used as follows…

ü Guided experience of viewing an object using the process

Notes

1. A remote viewing example, Ingo Swann’s viewing of rings around Jupiter months before probes were able to verify their existence. Prior to verification Ingo’s session was ridiculed, as ‘conventional wisdom held that Jupiter did not
possess any rings’ Targ, ‘The Reality of ESP’.

2. Studies at Stanford Research Institute showed that similar to most skills (such as playing a musical instrument, or sports), some people excel at PSI abilities, some people don’t quite get it, but most have some ability. SRI were so confident of this, they used to ‘turn the tables’ on their CIA contract monitors who asked for a demonstration of PSI ability by making them the remote viewers.

3. Instruction - talk through the ‘relax, prompt,
listen, awareness, record’ process cycle the group will be lead through. How to treat clear ‘visions’, how the left and right parts of the brain work and hinder the process.

PLEASE BRING SOME PAPER AND A PEN/PENCIL TO WRITE DOWN WHAT YOU RECEIVED.

Jon Noble has been interested in remote viewing for many years. A turning point was a week-long conference with remote viewing pioneers Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz in 2010.

It has since become a passion, and to help spread the word he started a remote viewing practise group in 2011. The group meets regularly in New York City and aims to provide an open, friendly environment in which to discuss and practise. www.rvpgnyc.com

Jon is currently training with ex-military remote viewer Paul H. Smith in the Controlled Remote Viewing methodology. Jon also runs Focal Point, the International Remote Viewing Association’s online target practice programme.

Mail Jon at [masked]

Doors open at 7PM and we will begin at 7:30PM.  To get the most out of this
experience, BE THERE BY 7:30pm!

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  • Chris S.

    Lots of fun. Hard to "let go" of what your mind first latches onto. Good lesson there. It was surprising how everyone was right about some aspect of the object we were trying to perceive.

    May 13, 2014

  • Jay

    Thanks Jon. Great job

    March 29, 2014

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