foundation for mind-being research

Where Science Meets Consciousness

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The Foundation for Mind-Being Research (FMBR) was established in 1980 to assist in the creation of integrated models of human consciousness, models that encompass the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of the human experience. The objective was to bring the then-new field of consciousness studies into wider recognition as a bona fide field of science, and to explore whether consciousness arises out of physical matter (i.e., the brain) or whether it is a state of matter unto itself.

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FREE ONLINE EVENT: Are they glitches in a tree’s bark – or in the dimensional veils that separate the human being and nature being realms? Thanks to advances in digital technology – and the thinning of the veils between dimensions – Atala Toy can photograph the complex living art of the nature beings and explain what the images record. She says such sightings are glitches in the cosmic fabric and calls her work Glitch Eco-Art Photography. Atala is a nature-beings photographer and interdimensional communicator. She has presented on interdimensional topics at annual conventions, offered workshops for organizations, and has appeared on tv and radio shows.

Wednesday, Nov 29, 5:00pm (Pacific) | “The Eco-Art of Earth’s Other-Than-Human-Lifeforms” with Atala Toy

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To view more available talks, click here to visit our video library. 

Video: Activating our Nonlocal Awareness

Russell Targ and his team, including the great natural psychic Ingo Swann, at the Stanford Research Institute clearly discovered in the 1970s the ability of the mind to see around the world. Essentially through “remote viewing” techniques, human beings clearly possess the ability to perceive beyond their present time-space locality.

Video: Our Tiniest Near-Death Experiencers–Startling Evidence of A Brain Shift

PMH Atwater | January 27, 2023 | Not enough attention has been paid to the youngest near-death experiencers: those still in the womb, newborns, infants, toddlers, and those under the age of six. We are fascinated with out-of-the-mouth-of-babes stories, yet we fail to examine the aftereffects they contend with and why professional therapists are unable to understand or relate to them.

the science and scholars behind our work


The Science of BioGeometry

Jerry Gin, PhD of FMBR

Per Dr. Karim, the definition of BioGeometry is: “The science of establishing harmony in energy quality exchange between biological fields and their environment, through the use of a design language of form, color, motion and sound.” It is the resulting subtle energy harmony, which brings about the healing qualities of BioGeometry.

The Science of BioGeometry

New Physics: Theories on the Nature of the Universe and Consciousness

Overview by Jerry Gin of FMBR

In recent years, there have been a number of theorists who have provided us with alternative physics theories to view matter, energy, the nature of the universe and consciousness. The new theories attempt to bring together many of the inconsistencies current theories are unable to explain.

New Physics: Theories on the Nature of the Universe and Consciousness

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