WHO WE ARE
AND WHAT WE DO
Many people ask us what we do, and what we do with what we do. These
are good questions. At The Farsight Institute, most of us do research.
We research the phenomenon of remote viewing. We are primarily interested
in the process of remote viewing itself, such as how it works and how
it can be made more reliable under a wider range of circumstances. There
are some clearly defined theoretical and practical problem areas in this
field that need serious investigation.
Here are some guidelines that briefly outline the scope of our activities:
Director: Courtney Brown, Ph.D.
- We are a non-degree granting nonprofit research and educational institute.
- One of our primary foci is to conduct research into the process of
remote viewing using remote viewers who are trained in the use of evolving
although largely standardized viewing methodologies, such as Scientific
Remote Viewing® as well as some other established remote-viewing
methodologies (e.g., CRV, etc.).
- We cooperate with and support other nonprofit organizations that use
and develop other remote-viewing methodologies.
- External donations and grants support our research activities.
- We are an interdisciplinary organization spanning many academic fields.
- We support a variety of educational opportunities regarding nonphysical
- We support a broad range of process-oriented research into nonphysical
consciousness, especially when this research has collateral benefits
to the understanding of remote viewing.