Sound and music have been used since the beginning of civilization as a means of communication for intellectual pursuit, emotional release, to benefit psychological and physical well-being, to invoke spirit in personal ways and as part of community ritual, and for individual joy and pleasure. What is “intentional sound”? What is the difference between the intentional uses of sound and sounding for pleasure? How does using intentional sound change our consciousness and assist us in integrating ourselves into a resonant field of wholeness?

    When we make sounds with intention, we are employing sound for a specific outcome. Intentional sound can heighten the capacity to shift states of awareness. Use of such purposeful sounds can lead to a significant change of breath rate, a deep relaxation of the mind and body, an integration of bodily energy, and an attunement to a spiritual expansion. Through the application of intentional vocal sounds, we can create a personal feedback system of self-awareness and self-recognition that can stimulate the mind into altered states of awareness. In these natural altered states most people experience a “resonant energetic field” that has a quality of mental freedom that feels natural, joyous and more alive than their normal thinking process. When we drop into this state of conscious awareness (rather than mental awareness), we are experiencing our self as “whole”. Unfortunately, it is not easy to maintain this “wholeness”. Powerful, heightened states of conscious awareness, and the sensations and insights gained in that state, can easily dissipate and are hard to sustain. In our culture, neither our bodies nor our minds have been trained to maintain these broader experiences of awareness so we have no natural reference guide for how to maintain and integrate our experiences. This process of integrating “expansive” type experiences into the body is an important step to being able to sustain new consciousness.

    Personal use of Intentional sound can create an internal entrainment that will alter patterns of physical and mental behavior. Brainwave entrainment or "brainwave synchronization," is a process created to cause brainwave frequency to synchronize with a specific stimulus. It can be used to intend a brain-state (for example, to induce sleep). Examples of entrainment include prescriptive rhythm, and/or binaural beats incorporated into music. It can be created through the use of specific tones that are administered through tuning forks, electronic devices and in audio recordings. It can also be done with your own voice.

    Using intentional sound is an excellent and joyous way to integrate vibrational experiences. In the “whole” state, you feel more fluid, more relaxed and more aligned with your self. These experiences can be deeply healing.
    SPEAKER: Lisa Rafel has been developing programs to support healing for almost 20 years. Her “Resonate with the Soul” programs include transformative classes that train students to utilize intentional sound, cross cultural shamanic practices, healing energy, and psychic/intuitive awareness. Her work incorporates Kabballah, Egyptian, Tibetan and Native American practices. Lisa is the president of Resonant Sounds LLC, a company devoted to creating intentional sound and music environments for new mother’s and babies. She teaches at colleges and healing centers, and she presents at conferences internationally. Lisa is a chantress and composer with 4 CD’s of healing sounds, guided meditations and songs.

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  2. A live video link with the Institute of Biosensory Psychology in Russia:
    A leading community in the realm of telekinesis and
    the exciting scientific field of Biosensory Psychology.

    Recorded from the studios of MCTV26 in Milpitas California we established a live video link with the Institute of Biosensory Psychology in St. Petersburg, Russia and engage in an interactive discussion concerning recent advances in telekinesis and a very interesting branch of modern science that was born at this Institute called Biosensory Psychology. In 2008 the Institute of Biosensory Psychology was awarded a Guinness world record in the nomination of the largest community of people that were taught in the shortest period of time the skills of telekinesis (moving objects without contact). There have been over 250 registered telekinesis practitioners that participated in the record. At the present time training of groups is conducted with an almost 100% success rate.

    Biosensory Psychology is a new science that was born in St. Petersburg, Russia as a result of many years of research and observations under the guidance of Vladimir Tonkov. It is based on the fact of registering repeatability and trainability of the phenomena of psychokinesis as the most demonstrative example of the material manifestation of the psyche, which under the interpretation of classical psychological doctrine acts as an ideal (non-material) component of a human being.

    The term biosensory is based on an interconnection of two word meaning elements: bio from the Greek bios (life), meaning in relation to biological objects; and sense from the Latin sentire (to perceive; feel), meaning by application of the sensing apparatus.

    About the Institute:

    The Institute of Biosensory Psychology, St. Petersburg, Russia is a non-commercial private educational institution providing additional professional education and training in fields of biosensory psychology, bioenergy informational studies, healing, breathwork and paranormal practices. The Institute has carried on its activity under different organizational forms since 1993. In that time period approximately 100,000 people have undergone studies.

    Its main activity includes:

    - Education activity, including seminars, advanced training and professional development in the field of practice of natural human biosensory abilities. Areas of study include subjects such as perception, sensitivity, thought, including that of psychic practice, healing and energy informational exchange and much more, through standard programs and individual custom-tailored ones, including training and re-training of Russian and foreign specialists.
    - Social, educational (enlightenment) and research activity connected with the study, promotion and development of these areas for study and work in Russia and abroad.
    - Organization, administration and participation in scientific and practical conferences on topics of biosensory studies, healing, energy informational exchange and adjacent areas, including on an international level. - Participation in legislative processes within the Russian Federation regarding questions of creation and improvement of the legal grounds regulating folk medicine, as well as realization and improvement of due enforcement of these regulations in healing practice in Russia.
    - Other related activity tied to instilment of biosensory studies, practice and professions into contemporary society.

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    The field of “Vibrational Medicine” is growing rapidly, with branches going in many different directions. All of these vibrational healing approaches emerge from a new Vibrational Science, which replaces modern mechanical views of life with a new understanding of the vibrational basis of life itself.

    This new Vibrational Science requires us to understand the full spectrum of vibrational energies which affect life and health. The basis for this has been created by French researchers, who developed a practical system which places vibrations from any source (color, sound, movement, angle, number etc.) into a unified spectrum of energy qualities. This allows us to identify which specific vibrational qualities are involved in any health challenge, and which vibrations will balance these problems. This work has been advanced in recent years by the Egyptian scientist Dr. Ibrahim Karim of Cairo, in his BioGeometry system.

    Already entire towns in Switzerland have been cleared of electro-magnetic pollution health issues through using this new knowledge. Many successful research projects sponsored by the Egyptian government (including the Egyptian National Research Centre) have shown that these Bio-Energetic methods of analyzing and applying the Vibrational Spectrum can be highly beneficial to humans, animals, and the environment.

    Details of these new Vibrational approaches, as well as training in practical applications, are just now beginning to spread in North America. Hopefully we are on our way to creating the basis for a new unified science of vibrational health.

    Robert J. Gilbert, Ph.D. has over 25 years of experience in testing & balancing both conventional and subtle radiation fields. He is an authority in the Sacred Geometry knowledge and techniques of many different world traditions; the first non-Egyptian ever certified to teach both the Foundation and Advanced levels of BioGeometry® ; and holds a Ph.D. in International Studies. Dr. Gilbert is the Director and Senior Instructor of the Vesica Institute for Holistic Studies in Asheville N.C., with an extensive website at: vesica.org/.

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    On a warm weekend in June, board members from FMBR gathered with researchers from the Institute of HeartMath (Dr. Rollin McCraty and Mike Atkinson) and the Chicago Center for Creative Development (Drs. Hector and Linnea-Carlson Sabelli) to discuss recent advances in theories about the processes of creation and the role of the human heart in elucidating a new approach in the scientific understanding of creativity in complex systems. The Working Meeting on BIOS and HeartMath research was sponsored by the Foundation for Mind-Being Research because we believed the combined research of these two groups represented a true cutting edge bridge between science, creativity and consciousness. Both organizations have been studying for decades Heart Rate Variability as the basis for their work. HRV is the naturally occurring beat-to-beat changes in heart rate.

    In a healthy individual, the heart rate estimated at any given time represents the net effect of the parasympathetic (vagus) nerves, which slow heart rate, and the sympathetic nerves, which accelerate it. These changes are influenced by emotions, thoughts and physical exercise. Our changing heart rhythms involve not only the heart that has its own neurons (small brain), but also our central control brain. Hence, such changes can affect our ability to process information, including decision-making, problem-solving, creativity, and how we feel. Thus, the study of heart-rate variability is a powerful, objective and noninvasive tool to explore the dynamic interactions between physiological, mental, emotional and behavioral processes.

    The Institute of HeartMath has been dedicated to helping people reduce stress, self regulate emotions, and build energy and resilience for healthy, happy lives. To accomplish these goals they have developed tools, technology and training based upon heart rate variability. In an effort to define, measure and account for the creative processes as natural and spontaneous, Hector Sabelli, MD and his team at the Chicago Center for Creative Development examined heart rate variability that, as he states, "is so complex and intricate that the pattern is not evident. Changes appear erratic, random or chaotic. However, the apparent disorder portrays the timing of the organism, which cannot possibly be random."

    Using the studies in HRV, Dr. Sabelli has proposed a pattern characteristic of causal and creative processes that he calls "BIOS" and describes in his book, "BIOS: A Study of Creation.”. Note that in the current mechanical models of physics and biology, no theory for creativity is offered -- these models instead credit random change for innovations. Dr. Sabelli collaborated with mathematician Louis Kauffman PhD, to create a seminal equation called the Process Equation that recognizes continuous creativity as a fundamental of life. Studies have been done that illustrate that BIOS is ubiquitous. The prototype of BIOS is the heartbeat intervals that illustrated the biological embodiment of emotional processes. Yet, biotic patterns also have been observed in Schrodinger’s wave function in quantum physics; temporal distributions of both galaxies and quasars; sequences of bases in DNA; population size of different species; air and ocean temperatures; shape of rivers and shores; economic prices, stocks, and currencies; and literary texts and musical compositions.

    A newly described form of feedback can generate the BIOS pattern mathematically. In the BIOS theory the generator of the creative process is bipolar feedback – a feedback that is both positive and negative. It involves both cooperation and conflict. Elemental pairs of opposites live in creative dialogue. Thus, the creation of novelty and complexity is attributed to the interaction of opposites in a bipolar feedback processes. Asymmetry becomes essential. The new pattern of BIOS represents an expansion beyond chaos theory. Natural processes evolve towards an infinitely complex attractor rather than towards entropic decay.

    Over the course of the weekend at HeartMath, both teams of researchers became familiar with the others' work, with the goal of devising a collaborative experiment designed to strengthen the concept and link the years of research each entity has put into bringing these new ideas forward. It was a fascinating and fruitful exchange. A videotape of a conversation between Drs. Rollin McCraty, Hector Sabelli and Bill Gough discussing their ideas will be available soon. In conclusion, we need a science where we can observe the real magic in the universe – a science that can move hearts. This is what the science of BIOS has the potential to do.

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  5. Jerry Kroth, Ph.D. a professor from Santa Clara University speaks on the topic from his latest book, Aliens and Man: A Synopsis of Facts and Beliefs (New York: Algora). This is a comprehensive survey of all the "best evidence" from archeology, mythology, UFOs, crop circles, and even looks at biological evidence. When he discusses archeological "ancient astronaut" evidence, he examines scholarship and commentary on the Nazca lines, the Great Pyramid, the Voynich manuscript, and Pumapunku and other strange anomalous items. The examination of ancient mythology and stories of Gods coming and going are legion, and approaching this material both in a Jungian context as well as an "alien" context is quite unusual.

    The review of UFO evidence tries to cover "best evidence" and that includes Roswell, Iceland, Bentwaters and other notable cases.

    Dr. Kroth also reviewed the area of crop circles, particularly the peer-reviewed studies which have successfully deciphered almost twenty circles. This is a multi-media presentation with numerous film clips. Discussion and comments will follow.

    Jerry Kroth, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor Emeritus in the graduate counseling psychology program at Santa Clara University. His academic assignments included courses in psychotherapy and personality theory, dreamwork and research methods. Dr. Kroth has anabiding therapeutic interest in working with dreams, personal oracles and the applications of dream theory to psychohistory and collectivepsychology. Jerry is also a member of the "International Psychohistorical Association" and a frequent contributor to the "Huffington Post."Dr. Kroth's twelve prior books were in the areas of counseling, psychology, child sexual abuse, learning disorders, metapsychology, transpersonalpsychology and research methodology. In addition, he has written and presented over 75 papers on anxiety, child development, mass psychology,synchronicity, experimental studies of the dream process, the psychology of propaganda and collective psychology. He maintains a website: collectivepsych.com

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