Sep, 2017 Newsletter
September 22, 2017
Reinforcing Your Wellness, Vitality, and Resilience
The biggest paradox about being human is that we don't support what we say we want, and we don’t let go of what we say we don’t want. LeRoy Malouf will talk about how we unconsciously create weak energy which drains away our life purpose, and how the positive power of being neutral helps clear away our symptoms by identifying root causes.
Our energy goes weak throughout our lives when we judge ourselves and others, when we are irritated, frustrated, upset, reacting, depressed, tense, stressed or in pain. Any one of these times is small, but when you accumulate them over days, weeks, months, a lifetime, we get energy blocks which create symptoms, and then we say, "Ouch!"
When we completely love and accept our total self, our light and our dark, yin and yang, male and female, then we are being who we really are. We are in peace, harmony, joy, thankfulness, and light. The evening will include a group clearing session.
TIME: Friday, September 22, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.)
PLACE: Unity Community Church – Y.E.S. Hall, 3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto,CA
LeRoy Malouf, B.S. Mechanical Engineering, M.S. Managerial Behavior, Managerial Economics and Controllership (MIT) is an Applied Behavioral Scientist, certified in many consulting and training programs and processes. He has been a Multidisciplinary Consultant, Coach, and Instructor since 1961. He is a Certified Practitioner and Instructor of Yuen Method© Full Spectrum Living, and has studied under Agnes Sanford in Schools of Pastoral Care, Jeff Krock, Keith Varnum through his Vision Quests and Dream Workshops, and Matrix Energetics. He has been married for over 60 years and lives on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. He helps to make ongoing dramatic and positive differences in people's lives, enabling them to keep discovering the path to their true Essence, Soul, Spirit, and connection to Source. He is the creator of the Energetic Well Being Process.
He maintains a website: Energetic Well Being (ewbp.com).
Members get in FREE.
A $15 donation is asked of non-members at the door.
Students with ID, a $5 donation is asked.
A Two-Day FMBR Workshop
The Energetic Well Being Essentials
Saturday & Sunday, September 23 & 24, 9AM - 5PM
• Understand the ideals and steps of the Energetic Well Being Process
• Learn how to strengthen yourself and others to be energetically strong every day
• Learn how to perform an energetic assessment of yourself and others using muscle testing, intuition and sense to locate the root causes of (a) physical, mental, emotional, psychological, psychic and spiritual symptoms, and of (b) life issues that are being experienced
• Develop skills for clearing away root causes of symptoms in yourself and others
• Build and sharpen skills in utilizing a variety of energetic clearing protocols for those who are new to energy work AND for established practitioners
• Eliminate these symptoms
• Create energetic support for what you want, and eliminate energetic support for what you don’t want
• Shift from struggling with symptoms and life issues and the mindsets of “slow” to “never” to living with ease and synchronicity and in an increasingly positive state of improvement and regeneration, and experience changes at warp speed
• Perform clearing work remotely and in absentia
Have fun while you’re doing this!
COST to Attend:
Paid FMBR members: 200.00.
Non-FMBR members: $225.00.
• Time: 9 am to 5 pm, both days
• PLACE: Los Altos Masonic Lodge, 146 Main St., Los Altos,
An Interview with Bill Gough
On July 25 this year Bill Gough, Co-founder of FMBR, was interviewed by Mikki Morrissette, who is the editor of the website
Mikki titled the writeup of the interview Coming Out of the Closet With Questions.
After five hours of intensive conversation they were finished. They had covered quite a range of topics. It is all here for you to read at:
Air Canada Near Miss and the Nature of Perception
Jerry Gin and Bill Gough
The near miss of the Air Canada flight at the San Francisco Airport leads us to question the nature of reality and how we create that reality through our perceptions. The National Transportation Safety Board said the pilots told investigators "that they did not recall seeing aircraft on taxiway but that something did not look right to them." In addition, Air Canada Flight 759 mistook a crowded taxiway for its approved runway, nearly triggering one of the worst aviation disasters ever. In the past, Edie Fischer had carried out experiments that simulated what happened with the Air Canada flight(NASA Technical Paper 1771).
As described by Matthias Gafni's article in the Mercury News (Did brain phenomenon contribute to Air Canada pilot's close-call at SFO,published July 28, 2017), Edie Fischer's research highlights the errors that can happen when mixed signals are received. "Fisher's experiment in 1980 for NASA had pilots land on a simulator. During one landing she secretly placed an airplane in the middle of the runway. During one phase of experiment 2 of 8 pilots didn't see the plane. The condition, known as confirmation bias, occurs when people accept or seek out evidence that confirms their expectations and ignore or avoid facts that don't align with their expectations..."
A theoretical basis for this phenomenon is presented in papers by Bill Gough and Bob Schacklett: We have proposed that the entire physical universe is an ever-changing configuration of waves (see; Keys to an Expanded Scientific Paradigm [Section #6]) (Gough & Shacklett, 1993a:195-196) section #6 Even though we perceive our world as having solid form and substance, physics teaches that all the constituents of matter are in continuous vibration. The limitations of our perception are such that the vibratory nature of matter remains invisible to us. This is why we can refer to matter as "frozen light." For these reasons, the physical body can be considered a tunable probe in this infinite sea of vibrations. Our perception of reality at any given moment depends upon a combination of the input from the outer environment detected by our sense organs, our "inner light" originating from the non-physical realms, and the "state of the human probe" as determined by genetics, current physical condition, programming due to family, culture, etc.; and how one has self-tuned the human "transceiver" (see; [Gough & Shacklett, 1995:27-28;30-32] ).
We have postulated a feedback linkage between the physical world of form (patterns & symbols) and the non-physical phase. The non-physical phase represents the realm of archetypal blueprints that establishes the connectiveness and relationships with the larger whole. When we alter physical form, patterns or symbols, the feedback process results in changes in the nature of the physical events that we encounter. Consciously or unconsciously humans beings are always an element in this feedback process. Our mental/emotional processes (the patterns in our brain and body) provide a feedback linkage to the non-physical realms. It is this linkage that is at the basis of the statement that we are continually creating our own physical reality. As we learn to carefully observe external events, we will become more aware of the synchronicities that reinforce the self-tuning of our human transceiver.
A person who has carried out or viewed an act many times will have his mind fill in the expected result or picture. Pilots who have done a landing practice simulation or actual landings hundreds of times are more prone to see what they expect. It is very hard for them to see a change introduced into the image of the "reality" that they perceived. They will not believe that their mind is deceiving them. In Edie's experiment on the flight simulator the added plane was not seen by two of the eight pilots (25%). They believed the plane was there only after seeing the video tape of the landing. On the SFO near-miss a radio message from a United Airlines pilot on the ground probably caused the Air Canada pilot to begin his pull up before the controller gave the order to "go-around."
This phenomenon applies to many situations in life. This is a dangerous phenomenon in a political world involving nuclear weapons. It is why President Kennedy after the Cuban missile crisis chose to have the Russia/USA Hot Line use a slow teletype instead of faster communication options — it would force the parties to react more slowly.
August is FMBR Membership Renewal Month
FMBR’s annual membership drive is now underway for the 2017-2018 season. As a volunteer-run, non-profit organization, we depend upon membership fees and donations, which enable us to continue offering quality lectures, workshops and programs to our members — a tradition we have maintained for over 37 years now. This year, we are growing our online presence and our activity on social media. If you have any expertise in those areas, we would love your help. Additionally, we would greatly appreciate help at our meetings, like setting up the chairs, etc.
We are so grateful for your continued support, and for your spirit of inquiry. The 'Renew Now' link below is for credit card or PayPal renewal, or there is a further link on that page to a mail in-form.
Foundation for Mind-Being Research
P.O. Box 449, Los Altos, Ca 94023-0449