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Remote Viewing Secrets (English Edition) par [McMoneagle, Joseph]
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Présentation de l'éditeur

Remote viewing is not simply using psychic ability to obtain information. It is using scientific protocol to develop and extend that ability, so that ordinary people can learn to do what "psychics" do.

This book teaches you how to teach yourself.

Joseph McMoneagle learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army--he was Remote Viewer #001 in the Army's Stargate program--and was awarded the Legion of Merit for his contribution to various intelligence operations. In Remote Viewing Secrets, the author of Mind Trek and The Ultimate Time Machine uses examples, exercises, and anecdotes to share what he learned and how he learned it, and gives you everything you need to begin developing your own abilities.

Remote Viewing Secrets is easily the most complete, authentic, and informative guide to remote viewing published to date.

Biographie de l'auteur

McMoneagle is the authority in this area learned remote viewing in the U.S. Army - he was Remote Viewer #001 in the Army's Stargate programme - and was awarded the Legion of Merit for his contribution to various intelligence operations.

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Amazon.com: 3.9 étoiles sur 5 94 commentaires
237 internautes sur 246 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 An interesting (realistic) look at development of intuition. 28 juillet 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've spent 6 years studying (science and methods) RV; trained and
talked at length with some of the allegedly best RV people in military
and science in the West. I know what's out there. And boy am I cynical
now! -- But this book ... is worth more than 'RV Training' many pay
thousands for. Of the time/$ I've spent, when I look back on that
investment, the one thing I feel was worth the while was encountering
Joe McMoneagle. In a world full of rich gurus, true believers,
pseudo-skeptics and planet-sized egos abounding, Joe is just a
no-bull**** down to earth guy who knows what he's talking about.
If
you're looking for an adventure to "teach you" how to remote
view god and aliens in no time, don't buy Joe's books. He's certainly
got unusual experiences and an open mind, but he won't talk about the
hype-ridden stuff that sells most books/media. I prefer his
approach. Few star-streaming cosmic surges in it... but if you want
something factual, that isn't jerking your chain, Joe's the man.
In
this book McMoneagle tries to provide a framework: one that won't
interfere with or form people's belief systems; one that does not hand
credit (and responsibility) for talent or success/failure to any
"magic method" or guru selling it; a simple conceptual
framework to hold and emphasize the life-wide nature of effort
required for psi self-discovery.
Even "skeptics" who have
written on RV, such as author Jim Schnabel in his book REMOTE VIEWERS,
for all the debates, you'll see -- in the end it's a "Joe the
Hero" story. (I didn't write it... take it up with Jim.) Even to
an outsider skeptic. Anybody who has done serious research knows
McMoneagle's work is a crucial support beam for the entire field of
psychic ability used in intelligence and scientific research.
An
earlier review was upset there is no 'method' in this book. I've had
methods ('subjective protocols', I love these terms!) training out the
wazoo. I'd have been better off if I just sat down to draw and
"let myself sort of imagine what it could be." (Look ma,
there's a method. I can name it something cool, add all kinds of
ridiculous rules and charge a thousand bucks for it if it'll make it
seem more real for someone.) I wouldn't be trying to un-learn all
kinds of junk now if I'd gone that route.
Joe doesn't offer the
"magic method" approach in this book, true. Maybe he knows
something we don't and that's why. No method in the world can
substitute for paying close attention to yourself and doing things
right... for a long time. Joe spells out a lot about both of those
areas in this book. All mystery aside, RV is cognitive-feedback and
practiced "attention" to an advanced degree, to entrain your
mind to better understand itself when communicating 'subtle'
information.
This book is good advice but not a cosmic wiretap. It's
for realists who are tired of doctrine or mysticism (secrets!) --
people who want to get to the point and DO psi work on their own --
without having to re-invent wheels, and without having to make the
many mistakes that the last few decades of psi research/practice have
already learned something about. This book provides a framework
("martial art of the mind") that won't hurt anybody, and a
ton of "words to the wise."
REMOTE VIEWING SECRETS won't
tell you that RV skill is fast or easy or even possible to the same
degree for everyone. McMoneagle worked his butt off for his skill and
doesn't pull any punches about saying it's not a hobby, it's a
"way" in the martial arts sense. Knowing factors that
influence psi function, training & accuracy, Joe lays 'em down in
this book. If it doesn't sound like some expected paint-by-number
Psychic 101 course, good. It's not. He's not selling anything but
experience -- the many things he learned while DOing RV for the last
30 years.
I can't speak to anybody who either wants to believe
everything or doesn't want to believe anything. But if your interest
is in how to work on your own toward psi (RV) development, I think
this book is probably the best bedside manual that so far
exists. Taken with Joe's first book MIND TREK, it's worth a lot more
than it costs.
145 internautes sur 149 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 destined to be THE CLASSIC in the psychic field 25 mai 2000
Par Don Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Anyone with an interest in the paranormal or psychic functioning of any kind MUST have this book. Like "Mind Trek", with "Remote Viewing Secrets" Joe has broken new ground in the field of psychic literature. But "Remote Viewing Secrets" far surpasses anything even Joe has published to-date. The book is a true masterpiece.
Joe addresses every aspect of psychic functioning with a depth and rich clarity that has never been achieved. For a remote viewer, it's all here; what is real and what is not, proper targeting, protocols, training, applications, methods, evaluating yourself,etc. His descriptions of the inner development of a novice remote viewer is uncanny.
This also the book for anyone with a healthy skepticism. The honest, open-minded person will find what s/he is looking for in these pages.
I must say this: I've experienced spontaneous psychic events since childhood and I've read every paranormal-related book I could get my hands on. The writing of McMoneagle eclipses everything else. Follow his advice to the letter and, whatever natural ability you have; it will shine through. If you are one of those people who are gifted; in this book you will find the reassurance and support you need. Joe's been there, and he lets the reader know it.
Joe McMoneagle is paving the way for the rest of us. Honest, readable, yet straight-to-the-point, this book shows you the trail, warns you of the pitfalls, explains every conceivable twist and turn, and then encourages you to explore at your own pace. This book is destined to be THE classic in psychic literature. At least until Joe writes another one...
35 internautes sur 35 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Practical and authoritative guide 2 octobre 2001
Par Harold McFarland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If nothing else then you have to appreciate Joseph McMoneagle's attempt to work within a scientific framework for something that is very subjective in nature and interpretation. If you are looking for a book that discusses the "secret" methods or remote viewing or some "secret" formula for making it work then you will be disappointed in this book. On the other hand it is not filled with fluff and overly optimistic promises for the reader. While McMoneagle indicates that pretty much anyone can learn how to do remote viewing, he also is more realistic in terms of what you should expect at different stages. It is a growth process and he defines how to determine what stage you are at as well as the level of success that you should expect as you get better and better with practice. If remote viewing works then this is the most realistic book about it that I have seen. No "pie in the sky" promises or expectations, quite the opposite he explains that success may be measured in very small successes and even being just plain wrong is going to happen at times. I think that he tries too hard to make the research appear more scientific than it is. However, it is probably as close a scientific approach as can be done on this sort of subject. The parameters for learning remote viewing are spelled out and done in a way that provides a working model for the reader to learn on their own without confusing the claims of publicity and ego-pumping charlatans with what can really be expected to occur.
40 internautes sur 41 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
3.0 étoiles sur 5 An interesting book, but not for everybody 1 janvier 2004
Par Meeko - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book will be an interesting read for the more seasoned remote viewer. It does not describe any techniques but rather offers some useful tips on how to enhance your viewing skill.
If you are looking for a "how to" book then this is not the one.
22 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best and most honest info on remote viewing 5 juillet 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Well, unlike the first reviewer, I found the writing in this book to be refreshingly straightforward and good. I've done a lot of reading on the topic of remote viewing and have also seen some training material from other people in the field. McMoneagle's knowledge of the subject is unparalleled, and his ability to convey that knowledge is excellent. He's honest and emphatic about the need to treat this kind of endeavor realistically. He explains the importance of maintaining the integrity of the work by adhering to very strict protocols. He offers clear opinions on what works well and what doesn't-- so the book is useful to those whose ambition it is to develop this skill themselves. I've never met McMoneagle (unlike one reviewer-- he is not an old friend of mine) and I value his perspective on this subject since he is NOT out to offer an expensive training course and is clearly a good remote viewer. I'd recommend the book highly, and it's refreshing to find such a pragmatic source on the subject.
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