Stephan Schwartz - Opening to the Infinite (IRVA 2007)
IRVA Remote Viewing Conference 2007
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Stephan Schwartz - Opening to the Infinite (IRVA 2007)

In this often thought-provoking and always inspiring presentation, Stephan Schwartz explains this theme: That moments of genius, special epiphanies, great achievements of creativity, and certain aspects of remote viewing are all aspects of the same thing - nonlocal consciousness. But remote viewing is especially important because, unlike the others, it can be brought about under controlled circumstances. Remote viewing proposes to us that an aspect of human mentality exists independent of time and space. Schwartz illuminates his points by addressing how near-death experiences, reincarnation studies, research into therapeutic intent, precognition, and the power of the placebo-effect are all evidence for the reality of nonlocal consciousness - and are directly linked with the discipline of remote viewing. A special treat is his account of a visit he paid to what he thought of as the 'primitive' Bushmen of the Kalahari desert while on assignment for National Geographic, and how they taught him the things about culture and consciousness that the supposedly 'sophisticated' society he came from has yet to figure out.

Stephan Schwartz has been an author and researcher of extraordinary human performance for more than 30 years, focusing on anthropology and parapsychology. He is one of the founders of modern remote viewing, and the author of the classic books, The Secret Vaults of Time, The Alexandria Project, and Remote Viewing: The Art and Science of Nonlocal Awareness. He has just released his latest book, Opening to the Infinite.

Schwartz was the Research Director of the Mobius Society and an Associate of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory of the Laboratories for Fundamental Research. He is currently Senior Advisor and Director of Research at The Rhine Research Center. He has written and produced a considerable body of work in documentary film. Stephan Schwartz serves on the Board of Directors of the International Remote Viewing Association.

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Format: DVD-R