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Apr 8, 2015
topic: Remote Viewing: The Real X-files Exposed
A Discussion of the CIA’s Funding and Use of These Techniques
Dr. Simeon Hein is the director of the Institute for Resonance in Boulder, Colorado. The Institute is devoted to the study of subtle-energy sciences including remote viewing, crop circles and related subjects. Dr. Hein has a Ph.D. in sociology and has previously taught research methodology at Washington State University. Dr. Hein first learned remote viewing in 1996 and subsequently became involved in crop circle research. He believes that all crop circles, regardless of their origin, create magical effects by virtue of their shape and the subtle interaction between humans, plants, and sacred geometry. In addition to assisting with Institute for Resonance crop circle tours he continues to teach remote viewing in Boulder and in Japan. Simeon's most recent book is Planetary Intelligence: 101 Easy Steps to Energy, Well-Being, and Natural Insight, a simple primer for anyone interested in connecting to subtle-energies on a daily basis.
Jun 25, 2015
topic: Using Feng Shui to Support Well-Being, Creativity and Talent
in the Work Place and at Home
R.D.Chin, M.Arch., BSCE, is a full-time Feng Shui Consultant who is a New York State architect, certified NCIDQ interior designer and teacher.
From a holistic perspective, everything in life is important. Ancient Chinese culture was particularly sensitive to this realization, and great care was taken to embody holistic and spiritual understanding in every aspect of life, from agriculture to healing, even to warfare.
A primary example of this sophisticated approach is the art of feng shui, which is the practice of adjusting one’s immediate environment in order to harmonize the inner self as well as outward activities. Everything in our immediate surroundings has a physical and psychological effect on us – for good or bad – and the goal of feng shui is to achieve maximum health and well-being by enhancing the beneficial aspects.
As with many traditional practices, some of the prescriptions of feng shui – like painting doorways red to ward off “negative energies” – may, at first, sound ridiculous. But, upon closer reflection, these strange-sounding directives can be seen to embody deep psychological insights and a profound understanding of the natural world. There is much for modern people to learn from this ancient art.
Mr. Chin has been on various media shows, using his calm and pleasant method of delivery to lead his audience to a place of understanding of new concepts.
His approach is to integrate the heart with the mind while maintaining a holistic perspective of an individual’s space and situation. His office, RD Chin, Feng Shui Architect is based in New York City; however, he enjoys travel and doing consultations, presentations and classes around the world
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