Virtual FMBR Meetings
Science and Subtle Energies – A Path to I AM
Dr. Jerry Gin
Thursday, May 26th, 6 PM
The presentation will center on topics from Jerry's newest book, Science, Subtle Energies, and Spirituality: A Path to I AM.
Subtle vibrational energies are ubiquitous. As with the electromagnetic spectrum which can be characterized using wavelengths, there is a subtle vibrational energy spectrum which can be characterized by wavelength as detected by resonance. The science of detection and measurement is reproducible. Detection is dependent on the observer. This is analogous to quantum physics where the observer is integral to whether a particle or a wave is seen in the famous double slit experiment.
In this presentation, we learn about these subtle vibrational energies, how to detect and measure them and how our thoughts interact with them. The energies listen to our thoughts. We can move them, even copy them. The energies can be used to structure water. Through experiments with magnets and GANS (Gas in Nano State), we learn more about the nature of the energies.
It turns out the most powerful subtle vibrational energy can be generated by I AM. We will learn how to generate this energy. We will also learn how our own vibrational energy level increases when we realize our I AM essence level. We can detect and see our vibrational level increase and we can experience the center of stillness with Affirmations which bring us to our I AM essence.
Dr. Jerry Gin Bio
Dr. Jerry Gin is the author of The Teacher and The Seeker of Light and Science, Subtle Energies, and Spirituality: A Path to I AM, his new book. He is also the Chairman and CEO of FMBR (Foundation for Mind-Being Research), a nonprofit organization that seeks to advance the consciousness of individuals and organizations to enable us to live in greater harmony with one another, the earth, and the cosmos.
Jerry is also the author of The Teacher and The Seeker of Light.
Jerry’s driving passion for the past 20 years has been exploring the nature of the universe. To this end, his activities have included research, studies in many diverse disciplines, experiential activities in self-exploration, and growth and knowledge through inner knowing.