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Braver

Chapter 25 Braver I really missed hiking. It was a ritual that rejuvenated my mind, body and soul. It was a way to let go of my responsibilities, there was nothing to do except let the calm of nature become … Continue reading

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Just Kept Getting Better

Chapter 24 Just Kept Getting Better Little by little the residual lasted longer, up to 5-6 hours. Stronger was the experience of being reconnected to an everyday life, so much more than I ever experienced. My body and mind blended … Continue reading

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How Could This Happen?

CHAPTER 23 – 2003 How Could this Happen?   Like the long ago television show, “The Beverly Hillbillies”, I packed up, sold my house in Cambria, and moved to Madison – closer to MATC, closer to the TDU. I was … Continue reading

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Central Focus, Visual Proof

Chapter 22 – 2003 Central Focus, Visual Proof Nearly finished with my studies at MATC, I prepared to transfer into UW-Madison. This was a monumental time which both excited me and scared the heck out of me. But, there was … Continue reading

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All hands on deck! Or should I say Tongue?

Chapter 20 All Hands on Deck, or should I say Tongue! 2003           The call came in – time to restart and reignite the research. I still had my studies in college to think about. By this time I had … Continue reading

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Appreciation

CHAPTER 18 Appreciation      With encouragement from Mitch my fear of regression began to fade. What I had to do was settle into the wait when the research could resume. In the meantime I continued my studies at MATC keeping … Continue reading

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So, What If… 2003

Chapter 16 So, what if… 2003                The sitting trials continued in increments of 100, 200, and 300 seconds. 300 seconds is 5 minutes. The results continually produced great success so Yuri took it step further and extended the time … Continue reading

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