I have a very good friend who is always combing the Internet and sending me emails about authors that he thinks I should pay close attention. He suggested that I should check out the website for Stephan A. Schwartz. I went to Stephan’s website and started reading some of his newsletters and became very interested in the topics he was writing about and his position on these subjects. I made contact with Stephan to become a guest on our podcast, and he agreed.
In our interview together we discuss his new book entitled, “Opening to the Infinite“. Stephan explains the relationship of non-local awareness with spiritual practice, creativity and the modern mental martial art known as Remote Viewing, and what this tells us about our nature as human beings.
I initially ask him about a project that is discussed in the book regarding how 64 men and women, who had been taught the basic skills of Remote Viewing, were asked to describe the location of Saddam Hussein at the time of his capture. Even though only 47 of the participants decided to participate in the experiment, their recount of the events, location and physical stature of Saddam Hussein at the time of his capture were amazingly accurate.
Stephan says that anyone can be taught the basic skills associated with Remote Viewing, and that these skills can be used for so many different purposes to assist us in our everyday life. I know you are going to find my dialogue with Stephan very interesting, and you just might want to learn the basic skills associated with Remote Viewing.
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