After first experiencing remote viewing during a conference with RV pioneers Russell Targ and Stephan Schwartz, Jon has made it a mission to promote the practice and introduce it to others. To that end, he ran a practice group from 2011 to 2019 in Manhattan, NYC, with the goal of providing an open, friendly environment in which to discuss and practice remote viewing. Based on the conversations and the training approaches formed in these meetings Jon wrote Natural Remote Viewing—A Practical Guide to the Mental Martial art of Self-Discovery a concise guide to non-CRV remote viewing. Further training was taken with Skip Atwater at the Monroe Institute, and later with Paul H. Smith in the art of Controlled Remote Viewing. Jon runs Focal Point, IRVA’s online target practice program.
IRVA 2017 – Introduction to Remote Viewing
Jon Noble runs a regular remote viewing practice group in New York to provide an open, friendly environment to discuss and practice remote viewing. He is the author of a concise and practical introduction to remote viewing, Natural Remote Viewing