Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness
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Limitless Mind: A Guide to Remote Viewing and Transformation of Consciousness

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The psychic abilities of most humans are dampened by the clatter of our conscious minds. In this timely book, Russell Targ draws on the work of ancient mystics and traditions - Gnostic, Christian, Buddhist, Kabalistic Jewish, Sufi, yogi, and especially Hindu spiritual master Patanjali - to show readers how to quiet this noise and see into the far reaches of time and space...more
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Published February 1st 2010 by New World Library (first published January 15th 2004)
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Mark
Eye opener. Not just a book on Remote Viewing but one that is also grounded in science and spirituality. Chapter One & Seven is particularly illuminating. Being a physicist his claims are backed with scientific rigour and theories of how psychical mind might actually work is related back to Quantum Theory and the nonlocal universe (which have been experimentally proven). I really like how he distills and unifies many different faiths together in Chapter Seven where he talks about self-realiz...more
Anita Bartholomew
Targ is a fascinating scientist, but he skims along the surface of a great number of psi topics, without getting very deeply into any of them. I'd expected a comprehensive look at his remote viewing work, and got anecdotes but nothing substantive.
David Núñez
A pretty fast read. I was always interested in what Russell had to say about remote viewing. I thought this book would be more into RV protocols or structure. This book is more for someone starting out in learning some RV techniques. I do have to admit that Russell would be one of the people I would love to meet. It's a shame about the loss of his daughter Elizabeth.

My favorite story is how Elizabeth was speaking about remote viewing in Russian at the age of...I believe 21 years old. Elizabeth...more
Christine Theberge Rafal
I want to finish this book, but I've already renewed it from the library. Returned it today. Anyway, I found it fascinating, and also I found in the Why-bother-with-ESP chapter an interesting section on forgiveness being necessary. He said if you hold a grudge against someone it is like giving that person free rent in your mind. And that interferes with your ability to perceive. This fascinated me as, both _Radical Forgiveness_ (change your perception = forgiveness) and _A Course in Miracles_ (c...more
Avel
I read this in order to gain some mental stimuli in a sort of enhancement way, like athletes who take really expensive supplements in order to supercharge their bodies to its maximum potential. Same thing with the brain and mind. If we become aware that we feed our minds just as much, if not more than we feed our physical bodies; we might as well feed it the best stuff on Earth! I wanted to understand how we can get out of the box so to speak. Stretching the boundaries that we all put up to feel...more
Michael
I was given a loan of this book otherwise I'd have missed it. Russell Targ is one of the key researchers in Remote Viewing and this book is primarily about remote viewing, but it touches on other interesting aspects of mind (like spoon bending). I thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone interested in serious science about the Paranormal or the exploration and development of their own mental abilities. I have to emphasise that this book is serious science and tells about double bli...more
Sharon
Very readable information about the government studies conducted at Stanford Research Inst. and about Targ's own life experiences.
Rowan
Lots of really interesting information, but incredibly scattered organization.
Sharon Moonbeam
I found the whole concept to be really interesting...
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Russell Targ was born in Chicago on April 11, 1934. He is an American physicist and author, ESP researcher and pioneer in the earliest development of the laser.

Targ received a Bachelor of Science in physics from Queens College in 1954 and did graduate work in physics at Columbia University. He received two National Aeronautics and Space Administration awards for inventions and contributions in las...more
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