Water and Consciousness Live-Webcast Experimentation (Test Run)
A 30min Guided Transformational Experience by Jeremy Pfeiffer
Thursday, May 21st, 2020 @2:30pm UTC
YouTube Live Stream
Water is a great intermediary. It has the dynamic ability to couple with its environment via light, temperature and particles. We can study and observe its physics, chemistry and biology. Water is everywhere: in the air, the oceans, the lakes, the clouds, the rivers, the streams, the soil, and even in space. Water is Life itself. It is in the human body and all living organisms. We are water and water is a reflection of our consciousness.
Join us for a live webcast to measure and explore our remote consciousness influence on water. A real-time measurement will be performed non-locally with www.aquapsy.com web based platform to demonstrate the nature of water and its ability to receive and transfer consciousness information from an observing audience. All of which are characteristics of non local quantum-communication. Webcast audience will be guided on a journey of sound, sight, science, mind, movement and stillness. This meditative exercise will build upon the Qi and the conscious field within the virtual ceremonial space. It will offer the opportunity for personal transformation and create a dynamic space for our water consciousness experimentation. Via implementation of live electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), we will be measuring the dynamic effects of water’s reaction to this consciousness driven virtual environment. The real-time results will be projected on webcast screen and fed back visually to the audience to build up and intensify the
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Tech Entrepreneur & Independent Scientific Researcher, SVP Water Research, Laguna Beach, California
Jeremy’s background is in life and environmental sciences and he specializes in experimental validation of non-conventional resonance based technologies. His primary interests include sympathetic vibratory physics, water and consciousness. Current research efforts employ EIS (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy) as a method for measurement and detection of subtle energy states in water. Jeremy recently completed a double certification in Quantum Computing online course at MIT.
Jeremy has spent the last twenty years synthesizing his passions in both the arts and sciences. Where inquiries into Nature's “divine design” require sophisticated admixtures from both fields, his diverse technical skills have enabled him to move seamlessly between news, documentary, corporate social responsibility content, to story development (the film lab)….to vibratory physics experiments in quite a different laboratory setting. An avid researcher and expert in the field of late 18th and 19th century etheric and noetic sciences, Jeremy has strong interests in health services, water research, material, life and environmental sciences. He has worked closely with Dr. Masaru Emoto, Dale Pond, Robert Grant, Nassim Haramein, Serge Kernbach as well as other notable people in his field of interests. In 2015 he co-founded Vera Vita Supply, a longevity science products company. His notable alliance with Conference on the Physics Chemistry and Biology of Water (Chaired by professor Gerald H. Pollack) and other research and consulting services provide him with continuous information for his interests in these fields.
In 2019, Jeremy founded Kairospace Technologies LLC: a strategic innovation hub that provides non-chemical water treatment and green energy solutions to businesses, governments and communities by leveraging cutting edge technologies and advanced science.
May 24, 2020 | 20:37 UTC, Jeremy Pfeiffer says:
Hi Malena, Thank you for the feedback. The pre-recorded videos are some of my early cymatics work, from some years back. Which at the time, was meant to inspire and explore mind, body and spirit through multi sensory exploration utilizing water and and its fluidic motion reflected in sound and light. Because of my lack of understanding at the time, on how the create the optimal conditions for the resonance phenomena to become expressed, my vibration imaging experiments were not very consistent, uncontrolled and often miss-interpreted...and still are to this day. Which is important as art and free expression...but makes for poor science. What still inspires me about that early content is that it's raw and unbridled and has this ability to reach people. The chanting...the messages of first nations...these are very inspiring. Therefore I still revisit and utilize them in my communication work. After some practice and focus, I was eventually able to refine my work with vibration and gain a better understanding around it. It continues to give me deep insight which I carry on into my science and technology. Maybe some day we can chat and I can offer a more insightful and thoughtful response. Blessings - Jeremy https://www.facebook.com/jeremypfeifferproducer/posts/2887630671269200 Reply