Suzanne B. Stryker, Founder of Reveal Wisdom
- At age nine, Suzanne's intuition saved her life and she had her first experience of healing others.
- In 1969, her clairvoyant and clairaudient experiences were verified.
- Since 1971, she has regularly experienced unbounded transcendental pure awareness during sleeping, dreaming, and waking states of consciousness.
- Since 1972, she has experienced divine perceptions and insights from the level of oneness, unity with all.
- Since 1973, she has experienced the central switchboard of all possibilities, the home of all the impulses of creative intelligence, pure knowledge. She does not claim to be enlightened or all-knowing, but rather a continual blissful work in progress.
- For 46 years, she has enjoyed practicing meditation and yoga every morning and evening, typically for one or two hours. For 11 years she spent six and a half hours daily of advanced meditation practices.
In the 1970s a great seer said, "Suzanne is having a positive influence on other people and their experiences, a catalytic effect. She will cognize the missing roots of the Age of Enlightenment. She should write a book of her experiences. It will be for the whole world."
Suzanne loves nature and says that she is just a little person, but nature is Almighty. We are a part of nature and can tap into its vast power, creativity and intelligence.
Since 1972 Suzanne Has Been the Subject of Numerous Scientific Studies
In 1993, Larry Farwell, PhD conducted pioneering research on Suzanne and 22 other subjects to see if it was possible to command matter by mere intention. Larry Farwell is a Harvard educated former faculty member and chief scientist of the Human Brain Research Laboratory and inventor of Brain Fingerprinting.
George W. Farwell, PhD, Prof. of Physics, Emeritus, at the University of Washington, collaborated and set up the scientific apparatus, consisting of a small natural alpha-particle source, a solid-state particle detector, amplifiers, a single-channel analyzer and pulse shaper, an oscilloscope, and a computer with digitizer board.
Suzanne had excellent results, showing she had a direct effect at the quantum mechanical level and was able to influence matter by mere intention. What was previously thought to be impossible was not only observed but also recorded.
The group research had results 250 times greater than that required for statistical significance (p < 0.0002). The findings were published in 1995 in "Quantum-Mechanical Processes and Consciousness," in the Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 40, 2, 956-57 and presented at the American Physical Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, April, 1995.
CBS Evening News, ABC World News, CNN Headline News, Discovery Channel, The New York Times, The Washington Post and US News and World Report have featured Dr. Larry Farwell and his discoveries.
Dr. Farwell explains how we can command matter as well as details of his experiments in his book, How Consciousness Commands Matter: The New Scientific Revolution and the Evidence that Anything Is Possible.
Brain Wave Research
EEG measuring 32 areas of Suzanne's brain.
An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test used to evaluate the electrical activity in the brain. Brain cells communicate with each other through electrical impulses. An EEG tracks and records brain wave patterns.
Above is what an EEG for the average person looks like. Each line represents output from a sensor placed on the scalp. The EEG patterns are mostly disorderly and scattered.
The Psychophysiology Laboratory of the Center for the Study of Higher States of Consciousness, MERU, Switzerland, began conducting research on Suzanne in 1976. In two experiments they were particularly surprised to see high brain wave coherence. In one, she was exhausted due to sleep deprivation. In another she was exposed to excessive noise. Perhaps these findings show an integration of a higher state of consciousness.
Coherence reflects the number and strength of connections between two brain areas. Higher coherence indicates that these two areas of the brain are working in harmony. Higher coherence is associated with more integrated and effective thinking and behavior, greater intelligence, creativity, learning ability, emotional stability, ethical and moral reasoning, self-confidence, and reduced anxiety.
It is said that the acid test of the establishment of self-awareness is being able to witness sleep, where pure inner wakefulness is not overpowered during the sleep state. The body and mind are asleep but there is a continuum of peaceful inner wakefulness. Since 1971, Suzanne has reported witnessing during sleep. Her roommate in college at that time said Suzanne even smiled when she slept. Researchers conjectured that brain waves would show what was really going on.
This study was hailed as the "EEG of Unity" and published in Sleep, the premier journal of sleep. [Sleep. 20(2):102-110]
Brain Wave Research Summary
Researchers were surprised to see high coherence, powerful and harmonious functioning of different parts of the brain, not only when Suzanne was meditating but also at other times as well. They found high coherence when she was just sitting with her eyes closed and not meditating. Even more unusual is high coherence at other times such as when her eyes are open, when standing, when performing complex mental tasks, practicing her self-healing method and even during sleep. The researchers conjectured that these results indicated integration of higher states of consciousness.
Charts of Suzanne's Brain Waves During Different Activities (below)
- At the bottom of many of these charts it shows the brain wave frequencies: theta, alpha1, alpha2, sigma, beta1 and gamma.
- The faintest lines represent 70% coherence between different parts of the brain, reflecting powerful brain functioning.
- The darkest lines represent 90% coherence which is considered exceptional.
- If the coherence is less than 70% then no lines are shown. Such an illustration for the average person would not show any lines because the brain is functioning in a somewhat disorderly and incoherent fashion. All that would be seen would be a blank head! The brain patterns of psychotic patients are extremely chaotic and random. The conclusion is that a disorderly brain leads to disorderly and ineffective thinking and behavior. On the other hand, orderly functioning of the brain, such as what can be seen in Suzanne's EEGs could possibly explain her phenomenal healing abilities.
Watch Suzanne's Brain Waves during Different Activities.
Auditory tests conducted at the Psychophysiology Laboratory, Center for the Study of Higher States of Consciousness, MERU, Switzerland, 1977, showed Suzanne detected sounds 1/80 fainter than the average person. The research was conducted by Dr. Byron Rigby under the direction of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Starting in 1976, Maharishi had brain wave and other research done on Suzanne to explain how she could have such a positive influence on people and their experiences. Also of interest was an explanation of her refined sense of perception. When the findings were presented to Maharishi, Dr. Rigby reported that he repeatedly had to revise the parameters of the experiment to make hearing the sounds more difficult and eventually made the sounds so faint they were inaudible. Suzanne commented that she felt as though she could feel the sounds before they became audible. Maharishi said that this was a subtler level of hearing.
Ira M. Clemons, D.D.S. of the Department of Health Education, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, conducted research on the immune system and inflammation on Suzanne, 45 other meditators and 26 control subjects. Improvements occurred within 25 days for Suzanne and a significant proportion of the meditating subjects. She also participated in many other group studies such as Reduction in Violent Crime; Marked Reductions in Respiration Rate; Minute Ventilation, Metabolic Rate (Oxygen Consumption and Carbon Dioxide Elimination), and Heart Rate; Decreased Heart Rate; Increased Basal Skin Resistance; Cessation of Spontaneous Skin Resistance Response; Maximum State of Deep Rest: Episodes of Spontaneous Breath Suspension (Not Followed by Hyperventilation) as well as studies showing increased creativity, intelligence and sense of well-being which are also published in peer-reviewed journals.
New research will be posted soon along with more of Suzanne's experiences.