This discussion reviews and samples some of Joe Gallenberger’s hemi-sync based psychokineses training products and courses. Hemi-sync is a trademarked product developed by the Monroe Institute.
Joe Gallenberger is the creator of the highly successful MC Squared program at The Monroe Institute (TMI). He has spent more than 20 years exploring the field of psychokinesis, the ability to influence matter through non-physical means. He is a clinical psychologist with 30 years experience as a therapist as well as a published author of several books on psychokinesis and manifestation. One may find many YouTube interviews with him.
He offers the TMI MC Squared course as a home study via his own website (https://synccreation.com). He also offers some hemi-sync manifestation training CDs that nicely encapsulate his method and offers a much lower cost entry to start learning manifestation (see discussion and sample audio below).
About MC Squared:
To tell you more about the course: I can tell you while at TMI I’ve met many people who took Joe’s course and did bend spoons. I have no reason to disbelieve those peoples’ testimony. All but one could not bend a spoon once they left TMI. Many think the strength of TMI on-site course experiences is the group-energy but I don’t think that’s the case and I don’t think anyone knows what or whom really makes the experiences there so strong but that’s my opinion. To be clear, there is more power at TMI (Virginia).
I took the home study course. I could get a spoon to soften but not bend. I did however accelerated plant growth at least 67% in many repeated controlled tests. I could also control the results of double-dice rolls and coin flips1. There are other things I was able to do (or still do) on larger scales.
Joe’s manifestation course introduces one to TMI focus levels 10, 112 and 12 so there are no prerequisites for this course. In this take-home course one gets the hemi-syncs CDs, the Sleeping Through the Rain music track, winter wheat seeds, a spoon or fork, and dice.
The manual is substantial in exploring different aspects of manifestation one can practice. Besides the in-depth discussion prep for the lessons there are questionieres that help the student clarify their goals. Once the main questionnaire is returned to Joe it acts as an outline for one of the student’s personal phone consults with either Joe or his wife Elena; both are very pleasant people to talk to. There is additional support via email which is not limited to the term of the self-study I believe.
Also explored is what one feels are obstacles; what sort of things one wishes to manifest, strategies for that, and what one feels is calling them to this project. Anyway, this take-home course is personally more engaging in terms of the individual’s personal goals then a course at TMI in my opinion.
As an aside one interesting idea covered in the course but not heard of in the New Age movement is dis-creating. That is removing obstacles, attitudes, other occurrences in reality.
Personally I thought the take-home course was worth it. One spends a lot of time with the manual studying the aspects and issues around manifestation so there is bookwork before one gets deep into the lessons.
If your heart is set on bending a spoon I suggest taking the course at TMI (Faber, VA) but if you wish to learn about manifestation in varied ways, don’t have the vacation time and/or money to go to TMI, the take-home course is certainly worth considering.
To be honest I find the other things I can do, manifestation-wise, are more important then bending silverware and I never even think about going back and working on that spoon bending task.
Manifesting with Hemi-Sync
Joe has other products. I like his Manifesting with Hemi-Sync CD largely because I find Joe’s voice to be very soothing and not overly verbose. For myself I’ve found it’s important to like the narrator’s voice in CDs such as this. This CD is a simple introduction to manifestation and has two tracks: one instructional, the other a less narrated track for self-workouts; very helpful. It’s important to have long enough F12 segments to really settle in. This is where the 2nd track comes in.
One problem w/ narrated tracks in any TMI product is once one gets the lesson’s “idea” one doesn’t need narration any longer and at that point narration may become annoying while replaying the track. As a result the second track is welcome in this CD product.
Below is a sample from the album Manifestation with Hemi-Sync. This is that album’s first track. It is instructional and full strength hemi-sync so only use this if you are of sound-mind. This sample lets you hear Joe’s voice and decide whether his album is something you’d like to try. Of course it’s the second track from that album that one needs for significant practice tho it still has some narration but you’ll get the idea here. Note you need good fidelity headphones to listen to this.
The relaxation narration Joe provides in these tracks occurs in focus 10. The manifestation training segment takes place in focus 12. As an aside, it is good to practice getting that deep relaxed state Joe introduces in focus 10 as a basic skill. This is called mind awake/body asleep and is central to entering all focus levels3. Joe also introduces you to the Energy Conversion Box. That is a useful tool and a central feature in TMI’s Preparatory Process. Focus 15 and F21 are also good levels to manifest from but focus 12 is great for lots of local things.
Finally if one feels the F12 time is too short in the second track it really doesn’t take much time to manifest. It’s more about the quality of your clarity of focus and the shaping of the intention then time; admittedly it may take time for one to get in the zone but I often manifest off the cuff.
When you shape the intention you exert it with your will but understand emotions are a way of manipulating energy too and there is a sort of emotional exertion with that impressed will. This may be what Joe call’s love. I’m not sure I would call my emotional exertion that. I can’t find a word for the emotional exertion I use.
The trick is putting it all together; having the intention, the will, and the emotional motive in unison. After awhile one gets a feel for the projection process. To clarify, one doesn’t need hemi-sync to manifest. Hemi-sync largely allows the user to become more focused so they may recognize the process with more depth.
Also one may use multiple sessions to reinforce a target intention. One example as to why multiple sessions may be needed is as follows. Consider you wish to create rain. If you want rain now, clouds don’t just form in an instant producing rain. Remember you’re working with physical reality. One may start by creating moisture over the ocean or somewhere, guiding its increase, and then lead it to you or wherever you want it to go, so there may be a construction process to bringing into existence what you intend. But don’t underestimate the power of one session or what a person can do.
The Healing Heart
Joe’s Healing Heart CD is about inner healing and manifestation. It’s more about suggesting an inner transformational healing, whatever that is, but manifestation aspects are included. There is one narrated track on the CD but it’s not overly verbose; there’s plenty of time for one to rest undistracted.
In a way Joe is talking you to a place of healing and letting you rest there. His narration is very instructive in principle and good for exercising the emotional motivational energy I mentioned above. I think in that CD Joe had TMI add gamma signal mixed in w/ the hemi-sync but I’m not 100% sure about that. He told me about it once and I think we were talking about Healing Heart at that time.
Another one of Joe’s products is a single track CD called Liquid Luck. The idea implemented here is similar to the TMI method of learning a state or pattern (often in focus 12) that one may cue later when in C1 normal consciousness. Again he introduces one to parts of the TMI Preparatory Process. The user is guided into a state of their positive (emotional) energy thru carefully crafted narration, then associating with it. The trained cue one is encoding with that state is nicknamed Liquid Luck; a manifestation tool for invoking various desired conditions or results while in C1. This is one case were I think Joe’s narration is valuable for repeated use.
- Two aspects of the coin-flip exercise: One has to learn to discern whether one is foreseeing the coin flip result or commanding it. With practice one can decidedly do both. However, when testing one’s performance statistically, whether one is practicing foreseeing of a coin flip result or commanding it, there is something one should be aware of. The practitioner will find, as did the PEAR experiments, that one’s presence alone will likely effect the normal odds of random coin flips. That is, one will notice when randomly tossing coins, and intending no event, that one is not obtaining a 50/50 percent odds in the coin flip outcome. One needs to first run lots and lots of neutral random coin tosses to measure the effect of one’s own presence on the baseline of purely random tosses. For some effects one may need two random number generators to baseline practice sessions. ↩
- Focus 11 is also called the Access Channel. This channel connects one awareness to one’s body’s internals. ↩
- It’s a good practice to give special attention to training your body and mind to learn this relaxed state. Either using Joe’s outline or develop your own sequence for getting into this relaxed state; memorize this so-to-speak so you can access this state faster. For more discussion see: What are the ‘Mnemonics’? ↩