Hello, and welcome. My name is Teresa Frisch and I have been a registered nurse since 1975. I created Aesthetic Impact as an informational site for something that we all should have a vested interest in: current scientific information regarding our health and well-being. I have traveled to a lot of “camps” in my pursuit of information about mind-body medicine and met a lot of subject matter experts, but none opened my eyes regarding what the mind is actually capable of until I studied remote viewing with ex-psychic spies.
In the early 1990’s I began to notice things about myself that I could not explain. I had always been an intuitive nurse, but I was becoming more insightful outside the realm of nursing. I couldn’t hide it anymore. I had never heard of entanglement and avoided the word “telepathic” altogether.
If you had told me that my study of nursing intuition and Patricia Benner’s Novice to Expert would end with studying Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV) with former “psychic spies” from the United States military intelligence program STAR GATE, I would have wondered about your mental state.
The medical community had positive results with patients who used visualization and guided imagery during their course of chemotherapy at least thirty years ago. I took a continuing education course focusing on Alternative Medicine Expanding Medical Horizons: A Report to the National Institutes of Health on Alternative Medical Systems in the United States where the need for further research and study of consciousness and nonlocality is discussed (31-36).
Upon learning about remote viewing and nonlocality, it made sense to me that medicine had arrived at the border of a new frontier. Like Florence Nightingale, I branched out, introducing Eastern culture, concepts and philosophy into my Western thought processes. I learned new ways of thinking and my personal paradigms and philosophies began to shift.
The evolvement of quantum physics, quantum kinetics, electromagnetics, biofields and subtle energies now places medicine in a unique and advantageous position: the ability to expand and apply our understanding of mind-body medicine and nonlocality. The ability to measure increasingly finite fields, both human and environmental as well as across a variety of sciences, is a pivotal position in our study of the human condition. Providing the human observer with a means of measuring these fields begins the platform needed to develop a new language. This language is necessary to observe, record, and report phenomena as individual, conscious entities as well as our interactions with and within a larger environment as a whole. We have increased our ability to eliminate taboos and study our relationship to and interaction with nonlocality.
A brilliant statistician from a privileged family, Florence Nightingale was a mystic and a scientist, representing the art and science of being human (Guttentag). With pre-antibiotics, or sepsis protocols, fresh air, soap, and water, Nightingale laid the foundation for holistic healthcare (Thorton). Continuing the Nightingale tradition, you will find a wide variety of sciences representing mind-body medicine: philosophy, biology, theology, quantum physics, subtle energies, cardiology, neurocardiology, cognitive neuroscience, psychology, parapsychology, and sociology. These studies function not as singular systems, but areas of research and development that increase the knowledge of how we interact and shape our human condition in 2009: physical, mental, spiritual, psychological, emotional, electromagnetic, and psychic.
The melding of science and human observer events (psi) provides measurable results and holds the potential of banishing both taboos: science and its reluctance to study psi events and, at the opposite end of the fully human spectrum, people being afraid to report them. Only when people report psi experiences can science begin to formulate the thought processes necessary to ask the questions that may open doors it cannot see. We will evolve and shift away from vague, “catch-all” types of unmeasurable thinking such as apophenia.
In controlled remote viewing, the aesthetic impact is the conscious awareness that the viewer has when he or she recognizes that they have established a spatial relationship to the target across time and space and declared their emotional response to it as they obtain information through their five senses. Other definitions of aesthetic include: “pertaining to, involving, or concerned with pure emotion and sensation as opposed to pure intellectuality” and “the study of the nature of sensation” (Aesthetic Definition). In other words, aesthetic is the conscious, intellect evaluating information gained through the five senses combined with emotion, however, instead of being applied outward through remote viewing to obtain information through time and space, it is applied inwardly toward ourselves and our physical environment, keeping us grounded, physically, in time and space here on Earth.
I think Nightingale would agree that the time has come to focus on the study of the person, not as singular systems, but the whole person, in their interactive entirety and integrity and their relationship to nonlocality. The best practice act of this century could be the study of our emotional response to time, space and Earth. Aesthetic Impact, our emotional response and processing of sensory data, is the human equivalent of zero point (Crystal).
I sincerely hope you enjoy the cross-scientific research brought to you here at Aesthetic Impact. I have offered it in an informal way, intending to acquaint you with subject matter experts should you want to pursue a given topic. I welcome and request peer reviewed articles with sources, conferences and seminars for posting here in an effort to stay current with developing technologies. Please send them, as well as ideas for development through “contact us.”
I owe many thanks to many people for their love and support as I made my way through the sciences over the years.
Much gratitude goes to Ingo Swann, Hal Puthoff, Russell Targ and Joe McMoneagle. Without the development of controlled remote viewing I would never have had the language that enabled me to recognize my innate abilities or have achieved my sense of self. To Dean Radin, for his help and support, and for building bridges in places that no one else can see. To my friends and coworkers, thanks for putting up with me while I looked for logic where there seemed to be none. To Kate, thank you for introducing me to Nightingale, the mystic and visionary. If you hadn't, this website wouldn’t exist. To my Kindred Spirits, and you know who you are, much love and greetz, and thanks for being there when I needed you, always. To my remote viewing friends, thank you for being brave enough to share yourselves as we all learn together as pioneers.
Special thanks to the very special staff of Artistic Inspirations. We had barely begun work in January when I learned that I would need major surgery in April. I don't know what I would have done without their patience, understanding, and willingness to work with rough drafts as I researched and moved toward more finished copies. Denise, Stephani, Nelda, we made it.
To Lyn and Linda, Team Buchanan, I owe you the Faith that it’s okay to be psychic and for your trust that I could step into a leadership role, moderating your egroups and facilitating online discussions for P>S>I. I love you both. Lyn, without you I would still be stumbling in the dark. I would never have learned that I speak and interpret the language of concepts and symbols, or what it means to filter data emotionally as a sentient being.
To my children, there are no words, only love. To my Kindred Spirit David, thank you for the name Compass Lady. I think The Visitor would approve.