Feb 2009 Newsletter

February, 2009 Newsletter

February 27th Meeting

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.

At our February meeting we will establish 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.

Time: February 27th, 2009 at 8PM (every 4th Friday of the month)

Place: Christ Episcopal Church, 1040 Border Road, Los Altos, CA

Donations: Free to members, $15.00 Admission $5.00 Students with ID

A Personal Experience of Telekinesis.

Many things are possible within the sphere of the paranormal practices. However, only a few can be somewhat demonstrated or used as evidence such as energy healing and remote viewing but none present as clear a demonstration as psychokinesis or telekinesis.

There are two types of telekinesis or psychokinesis that have become common recently. There is bending metal objects such as spoons or keys. There is also the moving of a needle of a compass or other small objects without any physical contact. It is also possible to affect electronic equipment, move large objects or even levitate but the above mentioned are the most common. Both have been recorded many times on video and have many practitioners in fact recently there was a world record awarded to the Institute of Biosensory Psychology, Russia in telekinesis (movement of objects without contact). Also some practitioners have demonstrated their ability to bend metal. It would seem that the phenomenon is becoming more and more accepted in our society.

Many people still openly deny the existence of paranormal phenomena in general and telekinesis in particular. But for me, it was never about denying its existence but about proving to myself that it does exist. When I first encountered the phenomenon of telekinesis my initial thoughts were to look for a logical physical explanation: a breeze, a magnet, or a softness of metal. There was something inside of me that resisted this notion on a very deep level. It’s interesting how the mind works but as long as there remains a possibility of explaining an internal conflict in a seemingly logical way, even if in reality it is far from logical, it will keep being explained in that way. For me it was not enough to see videos or read books, in fact it was not enough to reach the effect a couple times. There is a very distinct stage that a beginning telekinesis practitioner goes through where he is performing an action while trying to logically explain what is happening in physical terms. It’s fascinating to talk about, but it is literally as if one part of your mind is captivated by the process at hand while another is trying to prove that it is impossible. Then if you are able to repeat what you are doing enough times or in a particular manner (for example set a particular goal for yourself and reach it) something happens. It is like you are slapped in the face with the fact that you cannot deny this anymore, as if the part of your mind that was trying to deny, got backed into a corner and then simply disappeared. This is a decisive moment in a life of a practitioner. It feels like you are sitting under a shower of unexplainable joy as if something extremely good has happened but you don’t quite know what it is. After this moment you will not deny the existence of telekinesis anymore, in fact you will be more certain that it does exist than anything else.

It is comforting that there are fields of science that talk about paranormal phenomena such as Quantum Physics in science and Transpersonal Psychology in humanities. There is an exciting new science called Biosensory Psychology in which paranormal phenomena are not only talked about but are repeatable and teachable to almost anyone. It allows for and explains many paranormal phenomena on a very deep level and provides a deep understanding of one’s psychical reactions. A practitioner bases his worldview on his own personal experiences. The birth place of this exciting scientific field is the Institute of Biosensory Psychology in St. Petersburg, Russia. At the Institute they often deal with skeptics and opposition from the orthodox members of the scientific community. But according to the founder of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology, Vladimir Tonkov, they have found a solution to this problem. “When skeptics come to us we simply offer to teach them. After a person learns how to do this his skepticism goes away.” And so one sure way to get paranormal phenomena to be more accepted in our society is to get more people to have paranormal experiences themselves but for this we need to have many well trained practitioners and one of the best places in the world for this type of training is the above mentioned Institute as there is a nearly 100% success rate.

Yevgeniy Gorodetskiy, President, FMBR

Also join us on February 13, 2009 from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM for our FMBR PsychoKinesis Party. – Please see the announcement on the next page.

FMBR PsychoKinesis Party

Whether you are a skeptic or a believer come and join us for a night where we can discuss and possibly experience some of the above described phenomena. We will look at the energies of passion and love among other ways to bend metal. Bring your own spoons and forks and you yourself can try to do what some believe to be impossible, all in a warm and nurturing atmosphere of like-minded individuals. We are hoping that this can be the highlight of your Valentine’s day weekend so bring your partner and you can experience this together.

When: February 13, 2009 from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Location: Christ Episcopal Church, 1040 Border Rd. Los Altos, CA (see direction on back) Cost: $35 regular, $25 students, $50 couples (romantic, friends or family)
For information or to reserve call: 415 350-5015

FMBR Future Meeting: March 27th

Dr. Olga Louchakova will speak on the consciousness of the heart.

*** FMBR is looking for volunteers with the possibility of joining the Board of Directors. ***
We need help with the newsletter, monthly operations, special event production and more. Please let us know your interest (at admin@fmbr.org) and we will find something that is mutually interesting and rewarding.

Smart Life Forum

February 19th: William Klindt, MD will speak on using SPEC imaging for brain scan analysis and diagnosis. March 19th: Bernard Siegel, JD, April 16th: Dave Steenblock, MD

Meeting Directions - From Hwy 101:
1. Take the San Antonio Road exit into Mtn. View. 2. Continue on San Antonio Road past Camino Real to Foothill Expressway (approximately 4 miles). 3. Turn left on Foothill Expressway. 4. Turn right at the first corner onto El Monte Road. 5. Turn left at the first stop light onto University Ave until it ends and you must turn right onto Anita Ave., then follow the University Avenue instructions below.

From Hwy 280:
1. Take the El Monte/Moody Road exit in Los Altos. 2. Turn on El Monte toward SF Bay. 3. Turn right at the stop light onto University Ave until it ends and you must turn right onto Anita Ave., then follow the University Avenue/Anita instructions below.

From University/Anita Avenue:
1. On Anita Ave, take an immediate left onto Border Road for 1-1/2 blocks. 2 Pass the junction with Border Hill Dr., then turn right at the first large driveway and go up the road on the LEFT SIDE to the church parking lot. (Sign will say Church Office). 3. Park in the large lot at the TOP of the slope. 4. FMBR meets in the bldg. on the left, opposite the main door to the church sanctuary.

INFORMATION ABOUT THE FOUNDATION FOR MIND-BEING RESEARCH

The Foundation for Mind-Being Research was established in 1980 to assist in the evolution of consciousness studies and to help bring this new field into wider recognition as a bona fide science. The interdisciplinary nature of the field is reflected in the activities of the organization and in the breadth of interests of its members who currently represent areas of engineering, science, medicine, the humanities, and the arts. With its major focus on facilitating the development of an integrated model of consciousness, the Foundation provides encouragement and resources to a rather unique group of creative researchers and scientists with the objective of betterment of the individual, the society, and the environment. resources to a rather unique group of creative researchers and scientists with the objective of betterment of the individual, the society, and the environment.

Because of the special nature of scientific inquiry in this area, the Foundation is interested in building its regular membership with competent individuals who:

¥ Are open to a multidisciplinary approach to knowledge
¥ Recognize they are an integral part of any experiment
¥ Know and are prepared to extend their own level consciousness

The intention is to develop high standards of credibility in all research activities and publications.

Donations made to the Foundation are tax deductible.

The Foundation is incorporated under the laws of the State of California and operates as a non-profit scientific research organization under IRS code 501(a)2 with tax exempt status under Section 501(c)3.