Remote viewing and consciousness walk hand-in-hand because remote viewing is a function of consciousness. In fact, Summit organizer Paul H. Smith often describes remote viewing as one form of applied consciousness. In large terms, the subject matter for his event is remote viewing and consciousness, together. Our more narrow concept for the 2022 Cedar Mountain Remote Viewing Summit focuses on certain elements of remote viewing context along with features of remote viewing process that infrequently or, in some cases, never enjoy serious or detailed consideration in the greater remote viewing community. We desire to provide you with rich content of the highest quality from experts and experiencers who are in a position both to know what they are talking about and to pass that knowledge along.
This Summit won’t attempt an exhaustive treatment of these themes–obviously it would take weeks to give you that. Instead, we will offer a tightly curated buffet of select, juicy morsels that fit into the remote-viewing-and-consciousness tapestry. (The beauty of this selectivity is that it allows us to drill down on a narrower variety of relevant topics so as not to overload the experience for you, and yet leaves rich material available for future Summits.) The presenters you meet here and with whom you will interact are experts in domains of key interest to remote viewers, and some of them appear here in a remote viewing venue for the first time. We have purposely limited enrollment to a small, select group of attendees for the very reason that we want you to be able to enjoy the insights of and interact with these luminaries without having to compete ferociously for their attention, as so often happens in much larger conferences and meetings.