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The Seventh Sense: The Secrets of Remote Viewing as Told by a "Psychic Spy" for the U.S. Military Paperback – February 1, 2003
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- Publisher : Gallery Books; Illustrated edition (February 1, 2003)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 320 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0743462688
- ISBN-13 : 978-0743462686
- Item Weight : 12.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 1 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #98,649 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Buchanan's "The Seventh Sense" isn't a step-by-step manual and won't teach you how to Remote View. But Buchanan explains the principles of Remote Viewing in depth and also lays out exercises in the Appendix that I've started doing to improve my Remote Viewing. "The Seventh Sense" is a good complement to David Morehouse's book or to other step-by-step lessons.
If you're just curious about Remote Viewing, "The Seventh Sense" is the perfect book. It's a very enjoyable page-turner and really lays out anything on the subject of Remote Viewing that you might be curious about. For such a "woo-woo" subject, it just seems very matter-of-fact and common sense.
In my review of David Morehouse's "Remote Viewing" book, I listed some other resources that I've found helpful for learning Remote Viewing.
And as he repeats often, it is a skill that can be learned, but not easily. Perhaps then best of all, he provides a series of exercises through which patient students can experience and verify remote viewing for themselves. So far I have only toyed with a few of the techniques, but they do make sense, and evidently a person can gain from the processes even without the need or desire to become a remote viewer. Personal gain in awareness from just reading this and similar books is not insignificant, especially at this point in human evolution where what was once considered exotic or paranormal ability might well be essential for survival. As Lyn puts it in the book: "As one person becomes more self-aware, it raises—at least a little—the level of awareness within mankind. The implications of this basic fact are enormous."
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I find it difficult to fault the book, in any more than superficial ways, as for me, it really did hit the spot.
The book made me smile at times, and made me react with horror at some implications, and as such is a good wake up call. If you want to think about reasons for not remote viewing this book will certainly offer you a few to think about hard.
I strongly disagree that this book is not a how to do book, because the conditioning of the mind is the most important aspect of the activity itself. You can`t play a game without a program code. Here you will learn how to expand your awareness by building a stronger connection with the subconciouss mind. This book is a wonderland for anyone interested in opening new sensory pathways and new experiences.
It is not a complete book, because psi development protocols are still classified to this day. However, I strongly believe it`s possible to learn how to become a great remote viewer simply by following the teachings in the book. The Author has provided several exercises both in the appendix and in the chapters to get us going.
It`s a great read and highly recommended for anyone interested in the power of the mind.