Oct 2013 Newsletter

October, 2013 Newsletter

A TOE (Theory of Everything) Whose Time Has Come
Arthur M. Young's Theory of Process

FMBR October 18 Meeting


FMBR is proud to present a lecture by Dr. Mike Buchele and Dr. Bob Whitehouse, that explores the exciting Theory of Everything (TOE) developed by Arthur Young. After a brief overview of other TOEs, they will present the fundamentals of Young's Theory of (Evolutionary) Process (ToP), which elegantly describes the primacy of light (the quantum of action) in the unfolding of the energetic and then the material universe; how this occurs within 4 Levels of existence, and manifests via a Toroidal 7 Stage Process.


It recognizes Spirit/Purpose as being an essential part of the Material Universe studied by Science, present from Creation's Big Bang, through the evolution of life, and into our present self-reflexive human consciousness. It also points toward our possible future evolution, if we awaken to how our human consciousness is essential to transcending this critical Turning Point that we have now entered. s it gives us a Reason to Hope, but a Responsibility to Act. It solves the mystery of free will versus determinism, showing that both are necessary as we develop conscious control of our selves, with the ability to develop a sustainable and thriving society which recognizes the dignity and divinity of every soul.

TIME: Friday, 7:30 p.m., OCTOBER 18, 2013
PLACE: Unity Community Church – Y.E.S. Hall, 3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
(doors open at 7 p.m.)

Speakers' Bios

Bob Whitehouse, EdD is a psychologist, biofeedback specialist, emeritus professor of psychology, and former sport and performance psychology instructor, as well as presenter/consultant. He gives talks and workshops locally and around the world on heart and breath and on the toroidal universe and what it means to be here now. He is writing a book called "The TORUS Project: Evolution of Consciousness at the TURN, New Reason to Hope." His first encounter with Arthur Young's Theory of Process was in 1979 with Young's books The Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning.

• Website of Dr Whitehouse.



Michael Buchele, MD is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, was formerly Chief of the Medical Staff of the John Muir Hospital, Concord Campus, of John Muir Health, in 2003, and retired from active clinical practice in 2012.

Mike met Arthur M. Young in 1977, and attended talks that Arthur gave at the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, CA, until Arthur died in 1995. He is one of three Board of Directors of the current Institute for the Study of Consciousness (ISC), which works with the ANODOS Foundation, to keep the works of Arthur Young in print, and to teach and to encourage the further development and application of Young's Theory of Process (ToP).

Members get in FREE.
A $15 donation is asked of non-members at the door.
Students with ID, a $5 donation is asked.

FMBR Workshop October 19

Drs. Buchele and Whitehouse will lead a workshop, ~ Saturday,
October 19, 10 AM to 5 PM (no host dinner to follow)

The day will be broken into two parts:


In the Saturday morning workshop, Dr. Mike and Dr. Bob will build on the intellectual foundations of the Friday evening talk, by delving further into the insights provided by Arthur's Theory, but they will also lead several group experiential exercises to allow the participants to develop an emotional feeling of how they ARE existing in 4 simultaneous Levels, and that their life is one of Action that manifests via these 7 Toroidal Stages, and this will activate their intuition that this Theory of Process 'feels and rings true.' Arthur's discovery of the dynamics of 'The Cycle of Action' and 'The Cycle of Learning' (two reversible Toroidal cycles) will be demonstrated such that the participants will experience how many energy healing techniques use this process to create healing and reprogram the brain. (Dr. Roger Callahan, the founder of Thought Field Therapy (TFT), attributed this discovery to his understanding of Arthur's work, and he was able to cure lifelong phobias in minutes.)


In the Saturday afternoon workshop, Dr. Bob will show how his grasp of spatial relations, as a carpenter's son, allowed him to appreciate the nature of the toroidal spiral and Young's paradigm, and from this he has been able to link Young's work to the Sacred Geometry of the Phi Ratio. s He then realized the toroidal pattern of our breathing, the 7 layers of the heart, and has subsequently been able to apply these patterns into his Biofeedback and Psychotherapeutic practice, using Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and carbon dioxide (CO2) capnometry monitoring, to adjust breathing rate and depth (and hence blood chemistry), to attain the heart's Resonant Frequency, a field effect conducive to better cognitive, emotional, intuitive, interpersonal, and immune function, leading to healing and peak performance. Several participant volunteers will be attached to HRV and CO2 capnometry monitors, to learn to attain this optimal breathing chemistry to obtain the heart's Resonant Frequency in the middle of what HeartMath™ calls the Coherence State, so that they can attain this state and later reproduce it on their own, or with the use of an affordable HRV device, such as used by HeartMath™ .

After the workshop concludes, Dr. Bob and Dr. Mike invite all participants and their guests to join them at a 'no host' restaurant dinner, for further discussions.

If there is sufficient interest (at least 10 attendees), Dr. Bob and Dr. Mike would like to do a second workshop on Sunday, which would include a new view of the biological sciences, as applied to Young's work by Dr. Frank Barr, in what he calls BioProcess, and how Dr. Barr's work complements that of Dr. Bruce Lipton, to overthrow the DNA Dogma. It also includes a new understanding of the internal dynamics of the functions of the Cell, the 7 Substages seen in the embryological development of the human, and how a neglected molecule, neuromelanin, may be the organizing molecule of the cell, the embryo, and the body, and is behind the 7 Chakra system and the body's BioFields, such as those investigated by Dr. Beverly Rubik and Dr. Claude Swanson. The final half of Sunday would be dedicated to further exploration of Young's work. This might include how he united the Measure formula of Physics, with the 12 Signs of the Zodiac, and the 4 Types of signs (Air, Earth, Fire, Water) with the 4 Levels. Or it could involve further exploration of how Young's Theory shows how human evolution of consciousness has progressed from the first primordial humans, to our current societal Turning Point, and how the evolution of some exceptional humans (such as Jesus, Buddha, etc.) point the way to our potential future evolution, if we can awaken together and make it past the Turning Point.

Please let FMBR know if you would like to participate in this second day workshop. If you couldn't attend the first day, your basic understanding of ToP from our Friday lecture would allow you to understand this Sunday workshop, and we will be including experiential exercises for you to experience your cellular processes, to align your Chakra energy systems, and to experience the evolution of your consciousness.

COST to Attend

Paid FMBR members $50.00.
Non-FMBR Members: $60.00.


OCTOBER 10: 1:30 pm San Jose Dowsers blog, San Jose:     (Check later this month.)

OCTOBER 17: 7:00 pm Smart Life Forum, Palo Alto: Dr. Steve Blake, ScD, Presentation #1; "Natural Approach to Arthritis -- Keeping Our Joints Young"
Raymond Francis, MSc, Presentation #2; "Why Aging is a Mistake"

OCTOBER 10: 7:30 pm (added meeting) South Bay IANDS Saratoga: Jack Seccomb, gifted astral projectionist and out-of-body experiencer

OCTOBER 22: 7:30 pm

Melissa Haddick Spiritualist medium from the Bay Area, and Tom Flynn, medium and spiritual healer from the U.K.


About a year ago, FMBR and its founder Bill Gough determined that it would be in the best interest of the organization to broaden its mission to encompass more than the knowledge and growth of the concept of mind-being. The broadened mission for FMBR can be stated as follows:

  • Our mission is to expand the context of scientific exploration to include our interconnectedness with each other and the universe.
  • Our purpose is to lead people to self-empowerment in order to create positive changes for themselves and the planet.
  • Our research programs will explore a more encompassing view of the nature of the universe -- one that includes both the physical and non-physical aspects.
  • Our educational programs will share this expanded world view with our membership and the community locally via the institute, and worldwide via the internet.
  • We create partnerships that foster innovative solutions for the challenges that are facing our world today.

To reflect this broader mission, the organization has adds three key areas of focus:


  • Continue with monthly lectures and workshops to maintain and grow a local community of interested individuals.
  • Present courses on the learnings from the past 30 years and on the current state of the science of consciousness, providing evidence of our connectedness and the nature of our being
  • Create study and working groups to focus on relevant areas of interest


  • Presentation of scientific research at the forefront of consciousness/mind-being and environmental sustainability.
  • Foster scientific work on leading edge areas and foster collaborative efforts/joint meetings with key principals in the scientific fields of interest.
  • Develop high standards of credibility in all research activities and publications.

Societal/Global Values

  • We foster the world view that results from the understanding of our connectedness, that we are One world and One people.
  • We are and will be stewards for the sustainability of humanity and the planet.
  • We believe in the interconnectedness of life -- our individual and collective actions affect others as well as all of nature and the planet.

As part of its mission and inherent belief in the interconnectedness of all creation, FMBR adheres to the following principles:

  • Treat others with Dignity and Decency, regardless of race, gender, or physical appearance.
  • Do no harm -- to others, to society, to the earth, and to all the inhabitants of the earth including plants and animals.
  • Foster fairness and balance in all aspects of life -- for individuals, for society, for nations, and for economies.

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