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Remote Viewing Training, Part Two: The Advanced Phases, with Paul H. Smith

Paul H. Smith#Jeffrey Mishlove#New Thinking Allowed#Remote Viewing#Parapsychology#Training
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Dr. Paul Smith and Jeffrey Mishlove discuss accelerated remote viewing training, emphasizing spaced learning's importance. Controlled remote viewing distinguishes remote viewers from psychics, focusing on physical targets and mental noise. The use of non-local perception and psychic gifts like telepathy aid in remote viewing accuracy. Techniques like automatic sketching and avoiding analytical overlay enhance results. Accessing subconscious data and creating kinesthetic models in stages five and six deepen target understanding. Despite cultural resistance, remote viewing shows potential for diverse applications and increased interest.

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Dr. Paul Smith and psychologist Jeffrey Mishlove discuss remote viewing training and spaced learning philosophy.
00:22
The six-stage remote viewing training program has become more accelerated over time.
Ingo Swann emphasized the importance of spaced learning for effective information absorption in remote viewing.
Spaced learning has gained popularity in language and music training as well.
Remote viewing is seen as a skill that can be developed through practice and time, similar to language or music training.
Key highlights of remote viewing training.
05:10
The training involves a structured six-stage process known as controlled remote viewing.
Military grade remote viewing implies a serious approach with valuable results.
Remote viewers distinguish mental noise from the signal for more reliable results compared to psychics.
Addressing mental noise leads to more consistent and accurate remote viewing results.
Differences between remote viewers and psychics.
09:44
Remote viewers focus on physical targets, while psychics explore non-physical entities.
Some psychics specialize in law enforcement work and are grounded in their approach.
Use of remote viewing to explore UFOs poses challenges in verifying esoteric targets.
Caution against targeting fantasy elements and emphasize the importance of staying blind to the target to avoid unintended consequences.
Remote viewers are tasked with describing targets using techniques like remote viewing and telepathy.
13:09
Outbound experiments involve pinpointing targets with the help of a person.
Various psychic gifts like precognition and telepathy may contribute to the process.
Researchers like Ed May and Russell Targ explore anomalous cognition and non-local perception.
The use of non-local perception allows for a more open-minded approach to studying remote viewing.
The segment emphasizes the importance of sketching in remote viewing, focusing on the kinesthetic sense and bypassing the left brain.
16:29
Automatic sketching is discussed, where lines are drawn based on feeling rather than conscious thought.
Adjusting sketches intuitively is highlighted as a key aspect of successful remote viewing.
Joe McMonigle, a successful remote viewer known for detailed and accurate drawings, is mentioned.
Stages three and four of remote viewing are explored, focusing on abstract and concrete concepts and the need to avoid analytical overlay for accurate interpretation.
The importance of accessing subconscious data and creating a kinesthetic model in stages five and six of a remote viewing process is discussed.
21:46
Stage five involves extracting information from the unconscious mind to deepen understanding of a target.
Stage six focuses on creating a three-dimensional model to gather more details about the target.
The process aims to accumulate information at each stage to ultimately gain a comprehensive understanding of the target.
Kinesthetic processes, such as sculpting or sketching, are highlighted as effective ways to access and express information beyond verbal or cognitive means.
The potential of remote viewing is vast, but cultural resistance is a barrier.
24:25
Mainstream science and skepticism hinder support and funding for parapsychology research.
Despite evidence of validity, remote viewing is rejected by the scientific community due to unfamiliarity and perceived threats.
Interest in remote viewing has grown due to pioneers like the interviewee bringing the once top-secret military program to the public.