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Richard is our resident observer, always studying how systems work and finding ways to make them simpler, friendlier, and more effective. A systems engineer by training, he moved early in his career from efficient use of fossil fuel energy to efficient use of human energy. Human consciousness is severely crippled in most all of us compared to the full potentials of consciousness so Richard has made studying and optimizing human consciousness into a 30 year career choice.

From Albert Einstein…

Is the Universe a friendly place?

Richard’s favorite pastime is building tiny devices that do amazing things to simplify our consciousness. He also enjoys writing educational materials about how devices and techniques can be most effectively used with the intent that, just by reading the explanation, people’s consciousness can be uncluttered and streamlined. Because he often gets lost in scientific words and concepts, others at CHI Institute, like Celeste, Matt, and Jacob translate his science talk into more approachable human talk to help you enhance your human experience through words, techniques and devices.

When he gets bored with “making”, which seldom happens, he hikes the hills around Reno and participates in local cultural and educational events. He often travels to share his research and discoveries across the US and around the world. He also has land in the Vilcabamba valley of Ecuador, famous as “the Valley of Longevity”, a blue zone where researchers found that 5% of the population was over 100 years of age. Longevity and rejuvenation are among Richard’s fascinations, which are presented through the Enhance your Human Experience theme.

He also has ongoing research in the Amazon river basin near Iquitos, Peru and just over the Andes mountains in Ecuador. The transformative power and life extension benefits of shamanic medicines like Ayahuasca and San Pedro have challenged him to understand their energetic mechanisms of efficacy for adaptation to Human Experience enhancing educational materials and devices.

Richard’s favorite test subject is Richard because he has proven to be his most cooperative test subject. His longest ongoing self induced research includes wearing the Vital Harmony Pendant (now CHI Shield) for the past five years with a substantial improvement in his vision and reduction in joint inflammation.

The world is my laboratory. — Richard Lee

Richard’s favorite test subject is Richard because he has proven to be his most cooperative test subject. His longest ongoing self induced research includes wearing the Vital Harmony Pendant (now CHI Shield) for the past five years with a substantial improvement in his vision and reduction in joint inflammation.

He hopes to travel soon to Italy where he plans to ride bicycles through the countryside, and maybe study the energetic and consciousness mechanisms of the Catholic Church from up close.

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