The PSI.vision Institute for Research and Application of non-local Perception is an independent, private research institute and a project of PSI unit.

 

PSI unit works as a service company in the field of Remote Viewing. In addition, PSI unit is dedicated to research and public relations in the field of Remote Viewing. We consider the understanding of the functionality of PSI processes as an essential factor for an application base of this methodology. We are happy to cooperate with anyone who is concerned about enlightenment and education in these fields.

Research project # 21-02 - PSI.vision
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PSI.vision | call for applications project #21-02
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About This Project

As part of this research project, we investigate a thesis on the functioning of non-local perception using the example of remote viewing sessions. For a meaningful statistical evaluation, we need a corresponding number of sessions.

 

We are looking for this project work Viewers that process a series of 6 targets. Up to level VI, viewing is carried out with a monitor. The goal is a series of 6 complete sessions, should a session be aborted or declared a fail, a replacement target is made available to the viewer so that the series of 6 sessions can be completed.

 

The analysis of the sessions is carried out by the institute’s statistical analyst, but the viewers are asked to classify their sessions according to given criteria. The self-assessment creates a comparative assessment and is offset against the overall assessment.

 


The sessions are viewed up to level 6. All sessions are either solo interviewed or performed with the same monitor (double-blind). The sessions are documented with a scan, the transcript and an audio / video recording.

At the end of the project, all participants receive session feedback and an evaluation. It goes without saying that this information can only be released after the project has been completed.