Opening to the Infinite by Stephan A. Schwartz
What’s in This Book
- An explanation of 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.
- Clear, concise, explanations about what science has to say about non-local awareness, and how one opens to it using scientifically validated protocols.
- The importance of meditation in opening to non-local consciousness, as well as a technique for Western minds.
- How to put these abilities to practical use in fields as diverse as business, medicine, and crime solving.
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“Stephan Schwartz is one of the most creative people to ever turn their attention to the further reaches of the human mind – and a clear, entertaining writer to boot. Opening to the Infinite is must reading for both layperson and scientist, and will inform and stimulate (a) those who want to know the kinds of things a human mind can sometimes do, and (b) those who want to useful instruction on how to do it themselves! You can’t ask for more.”
Charles Tart, PhD, Author of: Waking Up, and States of Consciousness
“Opening to the Infinite is a ground-breaking book that lets you the reader in on one of the most profound new sciences yet developing.”
Fred Alan Wolf, PhD
What the Bleep…
Dr. Quantum Presents: A User’s Guide to Your Universe
“This important book written by an experienced and thoughtful Remote Viewing researcher and teacher presents exciting experiments that have never before been published. It goes far beyond popular descriptions of psychic abilities. Based on his three decades of research, Schwartz presents comprehensive information on the most successful physical and psychological approaches discovered in the laboratory to increase accuracy and reliability of remote viewing. From concerns about time-of-day and solar activity, to helpful meditative practices, Schwartz invites us to learn to expand our awareness far beyond our ordinary understanding of space and time.”
Co-founder of the SRI Remote Viewing program
Author of Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness.
“Once again Stephan Schwartz has provided an insightful, accurate, and always entertaining read about a controversial topic. He has brought together a wide range of research results (including his own), added a mixture of philosophy and speculation, and made the whole topic relevant in describing a host of successful applications. I recommend this book to the general public and professionals alike.”
Edwin May, PhD
Director Laboratories for Fundamental Research
Head of the STARGATE Remote Viewing Programs at SRI and SAIC
“… a bold, inspiring vision of the nonlocal nature of human consciousness and its implications for our origins, destiny, and how we live our lives.”
Larry Dossey, M.D.
The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things
“Stephan is a true pioneer in consciousness research and teaches you to tap into new abilities that can improve your decision making and transform your life. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from him!”
Judith Orloff, M.D.
“Stephan Schwartz has been a preeminent researcher in the field of remote viewing for nearly four decades. Whether you are neophyte-curious, or an experienced practitioner of Remote Viewing, you will learn things you never knew before.”
Colonel John Alexander, PhD, USA (Ret.)
Author of: Winning the War: Advanced Weapons, Strategies, and Concepts for the Post-9/11 World.
“Stephan Schwartz makes an excellent job of describing the extraordinary phenomenon of anomalous perception, its history, phenomenology and practice. I particularly like his sensitive description of the psychological nexus in which it occurs. He surveys recent research and describes the applications, particularly in his specialty, archaeology. Above all he brings a lifetime of the experience of the gestalt of a miraculous phenomenon informs his writing.”
Discoverer of the Local Sidereal Time Effect
“A compelling argument for Remote Viewing. A must-read for all who wish to know more about this fascinating field.”
Founder and Chairman
Esalen Institute Author of: The Future of the Body
“In my lifelong skepticism regarding remote viewing and anomalous perception, I yield to no one. And yet this extraordinary book… has blasted the skepticism out of my skull.”
Nathaniel Branden, PhD
Author of: Six Pillars of Self-Esteem
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