Remote viewing is the supposed ability for a spectator to gather information on a remote target that is hidden from the physical perception of the viewer and typically separated from the viewer at some distance, a form of extra-sensory perception. It is to go beyond Distance and Time with Human Mind!
In 1974, SRI laser physicist Harold Puthoff and Russell Targ and coined the term of Remote Viewing.
Rough-and-ready ability to acquire knowledge is possible, but acquiring excellence in Remote Viewing is very useful and practical approach for control and administration purposes. Usefulness of Remote Viewing is in following lines.
1. Individual to individual variation in getting talent of Remote Viewing
General public may bestowed with irregular cognition faculty to some extent. But certain individuals acquire more talent of faculty in natural fashion than others, so it is easier to find those individuals than to guided persons.
2. Extensiveness of its utilization
What is useful for one purpose, it may not be useful for other. For instance, a remote viewer could describe the setting in which a hostage is being held. Hence, Information may not be utilize at all to those unknown with the territory, but could be valuable to those familiar with it.
3. Paul H. Smith saying about efficacy about remote viewing ,“Within its inherent limitations remote viewing has been used in intelligence collection, crime-solving, finding missing persons, market predictions, and – more controversially – space exploration. Yet most people who learn it do so not because of practical applications so much as the challenge it represents – learning to do something that few other people as yet know how to do; or acquiring a skill deemed impossible under the currently ruling scientific paradigm; or because it provides convincing and satisfying proof that we are, indeed, much more than our physical bodies. While skydivers learn that it is possible to transcend the physical fears and bodily limitations that we normally think we are subject to, remote viewers learn something analogous: that it is possible to transcend not only those limitations, but the boundaries of space and time as well.”