Joe Gallenberger | Using the Casino as a PK Classroom

An exploration of the parameters of psychokinesis, using the casino as a personal experimental laboratory. How to use the gaming tables and slot machines to learn PK. Playing with small amounts of money galvanizes attention and allows immediate, “real world” feedback for the rapid fine-tuning of one’s energy sending abilities. Various methods are presented that can be used to create the peak energy needed for strong PK experiences. Past PK explorers have reported transformational experiences, including PK, instant healing of chronic health conditions, new-found ability to heal others, deepened intuition, and dramatic manifestations of abundance. Special PK gaming tips will be offered that you can then practice on your own.

Bio: Joseph Gallenberger, Ph.D. has 30-years experience as a psychologist, is a senior trainer at The Monroe Institute, and is a psychokinesis expert. His discoveries with PK in university and casino environments are detailed in Inner Vegas: Creating Miracles Abundance and Health. Joe has facilitated over eighty Inner Vegas AdventureTM workshops in Las Vegas. He has also written Liquid Luck: The Good Fortune Handbook and created the CD entitled Liquid Luck. He developed the MC2 program (Manifestation and Creation Squared) for The Monroe Institute. He has produced SyncCreation a home study course, teaching PK as a training tool for manifesting abundance.

Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada 2018.

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Published on January 2, 2021