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What is Scientific Remote Viewing®?

Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV®) is a trainable mental procedure that can assist a person in obtaining accurate and detailed information from distant locations and across time. Simply, SRV is a controlled shifting of awareness that is performed in the normal waking state of consciousness. SRV uses the human nervous system in a way analogous to the way an astronomer uses a radio telescope. Using SRV, the human nervous system acts as a tuning device that connects us to an underlying field of nature through which knowledge of all things is possible.

SRV does NOT involve an out-of-body experience.

SRV does NOT use hypnosis.

SRV does NOT involve an altered state of consciousness.

SRV is NOT channeling.

The term "Scientific Remote Viewing" refers to a set of procedures that are an evolving although largely standardized methodology used for remote viewing. Current research suggests that the correct use of these procedures allows virtually any normal individual to obtain information about a remote location with surprisingly high levels of accuracy.

SRV has a number of distinct phases, each of which is designed to allow the viewer to perceive various aspects of a target. A target is the location, person, or event about which information is desired. In each phase, different types of information are extracted about the target, and the overall result typically includes a wide variety of descriptive data, including sketches.

In our view, the ability to train someone to remote view constitutes positive proof of the existence of a nonphysical aspect for all humans (i.e., a soul), since in the absence of such an aspect, remote viewing would not be possible. Indeed, this discovery is perhaps the most important fact to emerge from the development of the modern remote-viewing research program.