David Morehouse, Ph.D. Recommended Reading for Remote Viewers

I suggest that the only books that influence us are those for which we are ready, and which have gone a little further down our particular path than we have gone ourselves.
—E. M. Forster
 

Introduction

An asterisk (*), indicates titles we highly recommend—this list is by no means all-inclusive.  My staff and I routinely suggest additional authors and titles during lectures and seminars.  Our key recommendation is for you to read about the art and science of Remote Viewing and to avoid those works comprised entirely of gossip and opinion.  In order to become a better Remote Viewer, you needn’t read heavily about Remote Viewing per se, especially since most written about it thus far is pure opinion, speculation or at best one or more persons’ versions of the facts—and this includes my bestseller Psychic Warrior.

Read Psychic Warrior if you want to read a tremendous story of transformation, of sacrifice and of a family’s courage, but do not read it if you think it will teach you how to Remote View—it will not—it was never intended to be that kind of story.  Psychic Warrior is my story, of my life and my experience in the military and beyond. My latest book, Remote Viewing, The Complete user’s Manual for Coordinate Remote Viewing, is the “how to” book.

If you are truly interested in becoming a skilled Remote Viewer—if you really want to understand it—you must read and develop a level of comprehension about a multitude of topics, including classic physics, quantum physics, theosophy, philosophy, psychology, personal health, bio-physics, biology, scientific theory and process, cosmology & metaphysics.  What I have listed below is an adequate starting point for those serious about the art and science of Remote Viewing.  I know the list is significant, and as such, you should select as the quote above infers; what you are ready for, and nothing more.

 

Extrasensory Perception of Subatomic Particles:

Historical Evidence, by Stephen M. Phillips, 1995, Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol.9, No.4, pp.489-525.

Science and Philosophy: Past and Present, by Geoffrey Hinton and James A. Anderson, eds., 1981, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, New Jersey.

Embodiments of Mind, by Warren S. McCulloch, 1965, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Minds, Brain and Science, by John Searle, 1984, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The Art of Memory, by Frances Yeates, 1969, Penguin Books, London.

*The Mind of God, by Paul Davies, 1991, Simon & Schuster, New York, New York

The Ultimate Fate of the Universe: An Eschatological Study, by Martin J. Rees, 1969, The Observatory, p.193

*The World as I Found it: A Novel, by Bruce Duffy, 1987, Ticknor and Fields, New York, New York

The Mind’s New Science: A History of the Cognitive Revolution, by Howard Gardner, 1985, Basic Books, New York, New York.

The Origin of the Universe, by John D. Barrow, 1994, Harper Collins Publishers, Inc., New York, New York.

Men Against Fire: The Problem of Battle Command in Future War, by Colonel S. L. A. Marshall, 1978, Peter Smith Books, Gloucester, Massachusetts.

Nature’s Mind: The Biological Roots of Thinking, Language and Intelligence, by Michael S. Gazzaniga, 1992, Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, England.

Dreaming as Delirium, by J. Allan Hobson, 1994, Little Brown, New York, New York.

On The Intuitive Understanding of Non-Locality as Implied by Quantum Theory, by D. Bohm and B. Hiley, (reprint) February 1974, Birbeck College, London, England.

On The Problem of Hidden Variables in Quantum Theory, by J S. Bell, In Review Modern Physics, XXXVIII, July 1966, Number 3447.

Foundations of Para-physical and Para-psychological Phenomena, by E. H. Walker, in Proc. Conf. Quantum Physics and Parapsychology, Geneva Switzerland; New York: Para-psychological Foundation, 1975.

Objective Events in the Brain Correlating With Psychic Phenomena, by D. H. Lloyd, 1973, In New Horizons, Number 2, pages 69-75.

A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, by L. Festinger, 1957, Row Peterson, Evanston, Illinois.

Executive Extra Sensory Perception, by L. Schroeder, 1974, Prentice Hall Inc., New York, New York.

Mind at Large: IEEE Symposia on the Nature of Extrasensory Perception—Charles T. Tart and Harold E. Puthoff with Russell Targ, 2002, Hampton Roads Publishing, Hampton Roads, Virginia.

Margins of Reality: The Role of Consciousness in the Physical World—Robert G. Jahn and Brenda J. Dunne, 1989, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Miracles of Mind, Russell Targ and Jane Katra, New World Library.

The Psychic War: Parapsychology In Espionage and Beyond, Elmer R. Gruber, Blandford Press.

The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe, by Lyn McTaggart, HarperCollins, New York, New York.

The Mind Race: Understanding and Using Psychic Abilities, by Russell Targ and Keith Harary, 1995, Ballantine, New
York, New York.

About Time: Einstein’s Unfinished Revolution, by Paul Davies, 1995, Simon & Schuster, New York, New York.

The Fifth Miracle: The Search for the Origin and Meaning of Life, by Paul Davies, 1999, Simon & Schuster, New York, New York.

Synchronicity: The Bridge Between Matter and Mind, by F. David Peat, 1987, Bantam Books, New York, New York.

Time Travel: A New Perspective, by J. H. Brennan, 1999, Llewellyn Publications, St. Paul, Minnesota.

The Spirit of Science: From Experiment to Experience, by Paul Davies, George Trevelyan, Brian Goodwin, et al, 1998, Floris Books, Harris Gardens, Edinburgh.

The Meeting of Science and Spirit: Guidelines for a New Age, by John White, 1990 Paragon House, New York, New York.

States of Mind: New Discoveries About How Our Brains Make us Who We Are, J. Allan Hobson, Steven Hyman, Kay Redfield Jamison, et al, 1999, Wiley Publishing, New York, New York.

The Chemistry of Success: The Secrets of Peak Performance, by Susan M. Lark, M.D., and James A. Richards, M.B.A., 2000, Bay Books, San Francisco, California.

Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, by Itzhak Bentov, 1988Destiny Books, Rochester, Vermont.

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference, by Malcolm Gladwell, 2000, Little Brown, new York, New York.

The Last Three Minutes: Conjectures About the Ultimate Fate of The Universe, by Paul Davies, 1994, Harper Collins, New York, New York.

Breaking the Mind Barrier: The Art-science of Neuro-cosmology, by Tobb Siler, 1990, Simon & Schuster, New York, New York.

 

Some Books for and About Children and Psychic Ability:

*All I See is Part of Me, by Chara M. Curtis, Illustrated by Cynthia Aldrich, 2001, Illumination Arts Publishing Company, Bellevue, Washington.

The Crystal Children: A Guide to the Newset Generation of Psychic and Sensitive Children, by Doreen Virtue, Ph.D. 2003, Hay House, Carlsbad, California.

The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children, by Doreen Virtue, Ph.D., 2000, Hay House, Carlsbad, California.

The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived, by Lee Carrol and Jan Tober, 1999, Hay House, Carlsbad, California.

 

I also highly recommend the following authors as people who have inspired me to live a life of promise and possibility. I consider them friends and colleagues:

Deepak Chopra, M.D.
Wayne Dyer, Ph.D.
Don Miguel Ruiz
Marianne Williamson