Review: Stephan A. Schwartz explains how everyone can connect to their psychic powers at Vail Symposium event

Wednesday night, the Vail Symposium hosted scientist, historian and nonlocal consciousness expert Stephan Schwartz, who spoke to a large audience that filled the Edwards Interfaith Chapel.

The researcher, who has carried out more than 23,000 experiments on remote viewing, talked about Edgar Cayce’s life and how the 20th-century prophet predicted the future and provided information about medical problems and ancient mysteries.

But Schwartz also challenged the audience to take their own action for a better future. He echoed climate change experts’ warnings that if humans remain on the current high-carbon trajectory, Hothouse Earth will become a devastating reality, resulting in global warming, glacial melting and rising oceans by the end of this century.

Read the full article here

Les 8 lois à connaître pour réussir le changement

L’un des e?ve?nements les plus marquants de la vie de Stephan Schwartz a e?te? d’assister au fameux discours du re?ve?rend Martin Luther King « I have a dream ». Depuis, il s’est notamment efforce? « de de?tecter des sche?mas et d’apprendre les lois et les dynamiques permettant que des objectifs en apparence impossibles, c’est-a?-dire fixe?s au de?part par une poigne?e de personnes, deviennent re?alite? ». Ce faisant, il est arrive? a? la conclusion que « les transformations sociales positives, non violentes et couronne?es de succe?s, ont certaines caracte?ristiques communes, qui peuvent e?tre apprises », alors que les changements impose?s par la force et la violence sont peu durables. Ces changements positifs, aboutis et durables commencent par un certain nombre d’individus et suivent un processus qui permet d’atteindre un consensus critique. S’appuyant sur son expe?rience en me?me temps que sur des donne?es et des e?tudes scientifiques, Schwartz ne propose pas de recette miracle, mais il est convaincu que les 8 lois qu’il met en e?videnceet autour desquelles s’articulent, selon lui, les changements de notre socie?te?, peuvent permettre a? chacun de devenir « acteur de la transformation individuelle et mondiale ». Trois mots reviennent avec insistance dans son discours, que ce soit dans ses e?crits, en confe?rence ou en interview : compassion, positivite? et bien-e?tre. A? ces trois leitmotivs, il associe deux notions de base : non-violence et « e?trete? ».

Read the full article here

Beyond Time and Space – SneakPeak

This interview first appeared on on September 26, 2013.

Interview Excerpt:

SneakPEAK: Before we get too far along, talk about remote viewing. How would you describe it to a layman?

Stephan Schwartz: Remote viewing is a protocol which allows you to have an objective measure of a person’s ability to open the nonlocal aspects of their consciousness. People are asked to describe things they can’t possibly know – these objects or people or locations are shielded by either space or time, and this is very specific information. It’s not something like, “Your grandmother loves you.” It’s more like I see a man who is 6-foot 2-inches with red hair and a beard.

When we began in 1968, those of us involved in exploring the power of consciousness started looking at this idea of psychic, which is a word I don’t use and don’t like. What we were doing raised questions about consciousness that suggest it’s not limited by space and time. Can I describe events in the future, or in the past? Can we describe a governmental secret site only select few people know? The denier community always says it’s nonsense, but there are thousands of papers published on the topic and they contradict those deniers. At the end of the day, they don’t have any data and we do. Remote viewing is unique because it has moved outside of the laboratory and become a sort of social movement. What started as a tiny protocol less than 10 scientists were working on in the ‘70s has become an advocated movement with clubs and groups and journals. It has become so successful because anyone can do this – it has almost become a hobby activity.


SP: What do you think of the various descriptors for remote viewing, like “mental yoga” and “mental martial arts?” Are they accurate?

SS: I coined all those terms, and it really is a modern mental martial art. You’re training yourself to have to capacity to hold intentioned focus. That’s why people who meditate are particularly good at this – they can hold focus. Like any human experience, it follows a bell curve, with a select few people on either end who are very gifted, or cannot or will not let themselves try. It takes practice and time, but people can learn.

Read the rest of the interview here – Part 1

Part 2 – Here

Stephan Schwartz, Enlightened Leaders, and the Battle Facing Our World

From Craig Shields

I’ve been lucky enough to have been referred to one of the most enlightened writers on the planet, Stephan A. Schwartz, who has generously accepted my request to let me interview him for my next book. I invite readers to visit Schwartz’ website to get a sense for who he is in terms of the sheer breadth of his work.

While you’re there, note that he’s connected with some of the people from the landmark film/book “What The Bleep Do We Know?” and all the incredible thinking associated with that project, e.g., the confluence of quantum physics, metaphysics, and epistemology. My kind of guy, to be sure.

To me, all this raises an interesting and somewhat disturbing point, on which I’d like your feedback, if I may:

I have no doubt that the world would be a wonderful place in which to live if all our leaders – in both the public and private sector – were as enlightened as Schwartz. But the simple truth is that they’re not. In fact, most of them – while they may be smart, hard-working people – are on missions that have nothing whatsoever to do with improving the quality of life of the other seven billion people on the planet. As a result, we as a species have sunk to new depths of poverty, hostility, fascism, injustice, fanaticism, and environmental degradation.

Read the Rest of the article on

Stephan is currently writing the book which will go into great detail about what the Remote Viewers say is coming in the future. If you would like to be notified when the book is published, please just leave your name and email here, and we will notify you when the book is available.

What We Can Be Thankful For and Aspire to Become on Background Briefing with Ian Masters

Nemoseen Media

Nemoseen Media offers you print and electronic media concerning extraordinary human functioning, particularly Remote Viewing. All its materials are based on the latest laboratory research, yet they are presented in a way that is easily understood and can be used by everyone.

Schwartzreport trends that affect your future. Subscribe Today.

Schwartzreport is an entirely fact-based daily publication in favor of the earth, the inter-connectedness and interdependence of all life, democracy, equality for all, liberty, and things that are life-affirming. It also warns readers about actions, events, and trends that threaten those values. Our country now stands at a crossroads, indeed, the world stands at a crossroads where those values are very much at risk and it is up to each of us who care about fostering wellbeing to do what we can to defend those principles. Schwartzreport is designed to give you reliable information to help you in that.

In my lifelong skepticism regarding remote viewing and anomalous perception, I yield to no one. And yet this extraordinary book… has blasted the skepticism out of my skull.” –Nathaniel Branden, PhD
Six Pillars of Self-Esteem

“Stephan is a true pioneer in consciousness research and teaches you to tap into new abilities that can improve your decision making and transform your life. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from him!” –Judith Orloff, M.D.
Positive Energy

The Gold Standard Course

Meditation for Modern Minds

Meditation for Modern Minds MP3 Cover