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Remote Viewing and Sensing for Managers

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This examination of remote viewing—the ability to psychically view distant locations to gain information—and remote sensing—the ability to scan the minds of others to learn more about their emotional and psychological state—shows business leaders how to practice both skills and explains their practical uses. Collectively known as psiops management and used by major corporations such as Intel and governments such as the Indian government, these techniques allow managers to enter a competitor’s mindset or to gauge ...

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Overview

This examination of remote viewing—the ability to psychically view distant locations to gain information—and remote sensing—the ability to scan the minds of others to learn more about their emotional and psychological state—shows business leaders how to practice both skills and explains their practical uses. Collectively known as psiops management and used by major corporations such as Intel and governments such as the Indian government, these techniques allow managers to enter a competitor’s mindset or to gauge the mood of one’s staff. This book teaches companies the latest techniques so they can gain the upper hand in business before their rivals use these skills on them.

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“About as controversial as it gets.” —Eye Spy Magazine
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781904132318
  • Publisher: Vision
  • Publication date: 5/1/2004
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim Rifat is the United Kingdom’s leading expert on remote viewing and the world expert on remote sensing. He is the author of Remote Viewing: What It Is, Who Uses It and How to Do It and Remote Viewing: The Definitive User’s Guide. He runs psiopsmanagement.com, the most comprehensive remote viewing training business in Europe.

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Table of Contents

1 Overview of psiops management 1
2 Remote sensing: the axioms of RS 17
3 Remote sensing in action 24
4 Directed attention 32
5 The geography of attention and the principles of success 45
6 Remote sensing and unknown potentials 70
7 The brain-body modem 95
8 The art of war in business 111
9 Advanced remote viewing and remote sensing 143
10 Psiops and the investor 209
11 Psiops applications: a summary 236
Glossary 239
Bibliography and further reading 246
About the author 250
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