Moving on

One of the most interesting developments in my life in the last few years is the realization that I use my machines less and less. I mean, here I am, associated with radionics for over 30 years and I almost never even use the damned things except for clients and even then nowhere near as often as I used to. I don’t think I’ve put the helmet on more than three times in the last year and one of those times was to make a video.

Now it is mostly just sitting in a rather beat-up old chair in the living room and thinking. That’s it, just thinking.

I have moved beyond even my own creations.

So does that mean I say goodbye to radionics? No. It has served me well for a long time and just because I no longer use the instruments as I once did does not mean that others do not need them and the techniques associated with them. They remain, as they have always been in the 100 years since Doc Abrams first started playing with his Electronic Relations, tools of consciousness. And as tools they remain useful. But they are also only what they have always been, an extension of the consciousness, a solidified thoughtform as David Tansley put it. They are nothing in and of themselves, merely an extension of the operator, something to make the operator know that he is doing something.

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2 Responses to “Moving on”

  1. Dave H. Says:

    Good for you! I can only hope you are jotting down notes on your thoughts. I also hope to see a book in the future about your discoveries regarding the Second Life project. Very interesting concepts and make perfect sense. There maybe a time coming to tap all that energy to overthrow/ throw out polictical entities. (Similar to your tapping into the energies out of Iraq during the invasions for other purposes). Please keep us posted. Thanks.

  2. Tom Says:

    Uncle Chuckie!
    I found your website, oh, and how glad I did. I watched all your videos plus what you had on you tube. Looking at the title of this post, I hope I didn’t come too late. I wished I had an uncle like you growing up as a kid.
    Hope you come back soon.

    Tom : )

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