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November 28, 2009

Military-Grade Mind Force

The term “military grade” when applied to objects and terms that also dwell within the civilian sector speaks to a level of lethality that effectiveness that is appropriate for the rugged and demanding environment of the combat theater. A military grade Personal Data Assistant (PDA), for example, has modifications that allow it to continue to operate in environments where it: withstands the physical shocks of being dropped; sunken in mud; and/or submersed in water.

Likewise, the movie “The Men Who Stare at Goats” offers a glimpse into the US Military’s application of Mind Force psychic/psi training and techniques taken from the esoteric, and given precision and application for field use. In this sense, the goal of “military grade” psi-related abilities is not simply associated with power and [potential] lethality and accuracy, but also a level of control and repeatability. Predicted results are the cornerstone of a scientific method; without said reliability and repeatability, any psi capabilities would, in effect, become “happenstance” or “chance occurrences”. We know better.

The recently declassified military project, “Star Gate”, explored the psi capabilities inherent in all human beings, and attempted to not only maximize said abilities for military purposes, e.g. “spying”, but also to do so with repeatability and consistency that is best described as “on command and on demand”. This level of control takes psi capabilities out of the realm of the mystic and magical and firmly places them within the tangible world of learned techniques.

This is where true Mind Force practitioners dwell. When viewed as techniques which can be learned, the mind can grasp the seemingly impossible and grasp these inherent [and often latent] abilities with the same practice and mindful diligence as one learns any technique: from driving a car to; performing a martial arts kata, to; studying and learning a foreign language with proficiency.

As noted in Shadow Warrior, the author Jotaro notes that “millions of dollars and thousands of man-hours” were dedicated in the pursuit of militarizing psi-related capabilities. Furthermore, Jotaro provides us with a conclusive finding of the “Star Gate” project:

Precognition, in which the answer is known to no one until a future time, appears to whorl quite well. Recent experiments suggest that if there is a psychic Mind Force sense, then it works much like our five other senses, by detecting change. Given that physicists are currently grappling with an understanding of time, it may be that a psychic Mind Force sense exists that scans the future for major change, much as our eyes scan the environment for visual change or our ears allow us to respond to sudden changes in sound.

This statement, made in 1995 by an independent reviewing committee on the results of the “Star Gate” experiments conducted in the 1970s, should prove a source of encouragement for all engaged in Mind Force Power training; it should also warrant additional investigation for the skeptics. The near limitless financial backings of the United States Military, in conjunction with technologies, and equipment beyond even the most wealthy within the private sector, points to a level of validity to the efforts of those pursuing Mind Force development. Furthermore, although the “Star Gate” experiment was closed, inquiries and investigation into the realm of Mind Force and its tangible benefits continues today.

“The Army just unveiled a $4 million program to investigate everything from “spiritual ministry, transcendental meditation, [and] yoga” to “bioenergies such as Qi gong, Reiki, [and] distant healing” to mend the psyches of wounded troops.” http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2008/03/army-bioenergy/

Additionally, the US Army actively encourages and promotes meditation, as based upon the ancient traditions of the samurai in order to “turn off your thoughts and get razor-sharp attention”. http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2008/10/samurai-soldier/

Over at SPC USA, several of our Certified Instructors, and certainly our most senior Sifu, have not only trained in the US Military, but are familiar with the men and women involved in such research efforts. Furthermore, our courses are designed around bringing to the forefront of each individual every possible psi-related ability that is only limited by the human mind, and teach them Mind Force as learned techniques, which can be performed with a level of repeatability and consistency that would constitute a level of Mind Force Power that is indeed “military grade”.