Stephan A. Schwartz will be presenting a seminar August 24-26, 2007 at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. Here is a description of the seminar from the Esalen site:
Of all of the most mysterious things one can experience—spiritual ecstasy, verifiable nonlocal awareness (or Remote Viewing), the Aha! moment of creative genius—Remote Viewing is the one that can be learned. In doing so, one can obtain both sense impressions and "knowingness" concerning persons, places, or events about which one should have no knowledge due to shielding by time or space.
Closely related to nonlocal awareness is the expression of nonlocal intention, traditionally called healing, which uses many of the same techniques as Remote Viewing, but in a proactive way that affects the well-being of another.
Taught by one of the founders of Remote Viewing and a pioneering researcher in healing, this workshop is built on thirty-five years of laboratory and field research. The techniques presented have been repeatedly tested and have shown themselves capable of allowing almost everyone to open to the experience of nonlocal awareness and to express healing intent.
This seminar also covers meditation, offering an approach especially designed for the Western mind. (Meditation has been shown to be the most important discipline a person seeking to open to nonlocal awareness can develop.) The workshop both presents concepts and allows participants to experience firsthand these aspects of extraordinary human abilities.
Visit the Esalen site for more information on how to register.