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Steven Sunyich
Hi! I'm Steven Sunyich. Thanks for stopping by.

I am an inventor and entrepreneur. I have multiple US and international patents under these numbers: 49399352 A, 4,883,948, WO 1990010223 A1, US8093775 B2, US20100156224, US20120098375, WO 2008048933 A3, US 20030149576 A1, EP 2076974 A2, PCT/US2007/081406, EP 0468961 A1, PCT/US1989/003494, CA 1327240 C, EP 0468961 A4, EP 0468961 B1, WO 1990013080 A1, and US 20120098375 A1. You can also find me under the names Steven L. Sunyich, Steven Leon Sunyich, and Steve Sunyich.
https://stevensunyich.com/about/

MAGNETIC ROTOR ASSEMBLY
A device for inducing the rotation of a plurality of rotors by use of magnetically charged materials includes at least a pair of rotors rotatably mounted. Each rotor includes at least one outwardly extending element having magnetic material attached to the opposing ends of the element. The elements of the two rotors are positioned co-planarly with respect to one another, such that each element of one rotor is paired with a corresponding co-planarly positioned element of the other rotor. The elements are positioned sufficiently proximate to one another such that the polarity of one element's end may interact with the polarity of its paired element of the other rotor to induce a rotation of one or both of the two rotors.

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Description
CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS
This application is a continuation of U.S. patent application Ser. No. 12/555,614, filed Sep. 8, 2009, which will issue as U.S. Pat. No. 8,093,775 on Jan. 10, 2012, which claims the benefit under Title 35, United States Code, §119(e) of U.S. Provisional Application No. 61/097,198 filed Sep. 15, 2008, the entirety of each of which is incorporated herein by reference.

FIELD OF THE INVENTION
This invention relates to devices which utilize magnetic materials to induce the movement of structures. More specifically, this invention is directed to a device for inducing the rotation of a rotor by use of magnetic materials.

STATEMENT OF THE ART
Structures which utilize magnetic charged materials for purposes of inducing the rotation of a rotor are known. For example, such a structure is disclosed in the PCT application published under publication number WO 90/10337. Such structures typically include a rotatably mounted rotor having magnetically charged materials positioned on one or more locations thereon. The rotor is positioned proximate a plurality of stationarily fixed magnetic materials with some type of shielding materials positioned intermediate the magnetic materials on the rotor and the stationarily fixed magnetic materials. Once the shielding materials are removed from their intermediate position, the interaction of the two sets of magnetic materials operates to induce a rotation of the rotor.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
A magnetic rotor device of the instant invention includes a first rotor which is mechanically associated with a first support structure. The first rotor is adapted for rotation about a first axis of rotation associated with the first rotor. At least one first elongate, magnetically charged element and preferably a plurality of first elongate, magnetically charged elements is secured to the first rotor. In those embodiments having a plurality of first elements the first elements are spacedly arranged apart from one another along a length of the first rotor. Each of the first elements is fitted with a quantity of magnetically charged material on each of its two opposing ends. In preferred constructions the magnetically charged material on one end of a given first element possesses a first polarity while the opposing end of the given first element has a second polarity, the first polarity being opposite from that of the second polarity.

The invention further includes a second rotor is mechanically associated with a second support structure. The second rotor is adapted for rotation about a second axis of rotation associated with the second rotor. At least one second elongate, magnetically charged element and preferably a plurality of second elongate, magnetically charged elements is associated with the second rotor. In those embodiments having a plurality of second elements the second elements are positioned spacedly from one another along a length of the second rotor. Each of the second elements is fitted with a quantity of magnetically charged material on each of is two opposing ends. The polarity of the material fitted on one end of the second element is preferably opposite from the polarity of the material fitted to an opposing end of the second element.

The first rotor is positioned proximate the second rotor. Each of the first elements of the first rotor is preferably positioned in a co-planar, or substantially co-planar relationship with a corresponding second element of the second rotor. The two rotors are positioned sufficiently proximate to one another such that the magnetic materials found on the ends of a first element and a corresponding second element may interact with another to create a repelling force between the two elements of sufficient magnitude to induce the rotation of at least one of the two rotors relative to its respective axis of rotation.

One or both of the rotors may be associated with corresponding structures for transferring kinetic energy from the rotor to that structure.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
FIG. 1 is an elevational side view of a rotor of the instant invention illustrating a plurality of elongate elements arra

Life - The Great Initiation
I love the way Dr. Joe helps us understand what we need to do when our life is not turning out the way we want. The simple secret: We can't keep doing the same things if we want our lives to change. Life is a great initiation! -Steve

One way we can look at life is that it's a series of events designed to challenge us to make decisions and choices. In this regard, we could say life is an initiation or a test. To pass an initiation is to take what you have learned (philosophy, theory, knowledge, and information) and apply it towards an event or decision. If done correctly, this should provide us with a new experience that's different than the routine life we live.

New experiences arise when our behavior matches our intentions, when our actions are equal to our thoughts, and when our mind and body are working as one. The experience then further enriches the intellectual circuits created from acquiring knowledge. As the application of knowledge begins to make more connections in our brain, the upgraded circuitry signals another part of the brain to make a chemical-the end product of which is called an emotion or feeling. Because experiences we embrace in the environment lead to emotions that create chemical signals which affect our genes, the moment we consciously embody the emotion of the experience we change our genetic destiny by selecting and instructing new gene expressions. The repetition of this over time allows us to neurochemically condition our mind and body to work as one-in other words, when you've done something so many times that your body now knows how to do it as well as your mind, it becomes innate, effortless, and second nature. Now you've become the knowledge, which is to say you've created a new state of being that you don't have to consciously think about.

Staying Conscious During Life's Initiations
At our week-long workshops, we give our students the tools to stay conscious and aware when moving through life's challenges, rather than letting unconscious programs determine the outcomes. In doing so, we have created challenge activities where our students have to make a choice to either apply the philosophy they've learned and are developing into a skill (and take it to the next level) or be gripped by old familiar emotions such as fear, anxiety, suffering, self-doubt, frustration, or judgment. This gives our students the opportunity to make a different choice with the tools we've taught them, as well as to remind them that when they do make different choices, they are stepping into the unknown. When our students develop the skill set to create brain and heart coherence while being confronted by those challenges (instead of sitting in a room with their eyes closed in mediation while listening to soft music play), that's when we start to see the biggest changes.

Most people live by an unconscious program whereby the moment they say some person, thing, or experience is making them feel or think in some way, what they are essentially saying is that something outside of them is controlling the way they think and feel. This is a victim mentality, but if you believe that the way you think and feel can change your life, then you would not be a victim-you would look at your life as a test-and in rising to that challenge or test, you'd no longer think or react in predictable ways. Instead, you would take on the challenge to be greater than your body, greater than your environment, greater than time, and greater than old emotions and habits that have ruled your life for so long. This is how the student becomes the master.

As a student of life, our job is to go from philosopher to initiate to master; from mind to body to soul; from knowledge to experience to wisdom; from thinking to doing to being; and from learning with your head, applying it with your hands, and knowing it by heart. The good news is we have all the biological and neurological machinery to do this. So why do initiations exist? Initiations exist to challenge us to move out of our programs into something more instrumental for our own evolution. This is how we evolve.
-Dr. Joe Dispenza

https://stevensunyich.com/life-the-great-initiation/

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    Steven Sunyich
    Hi! I'm Steven Sunyich. Thanks for stopping by.

    I am an inventor and entrepreneur. I have multiple US and international patents under these numbers: 49399352 A, 4,883,948, WO 1990010223 A1, US8093775 B2, US20100156224, US20120098375, WO 2008048933 A3, US 20030149576 A1, EP 2076974 A2, PCT/US2007/081406, EP 0468961 A1, PCT/US1989/003494, CA 1327240 C, EP 0468961 A4, EP 0468961 B1, WO 1990013080 A1, and US 20120098375 A1. You can also find me under the names Steven L. Sunyich, Steven Leon Sunyich, and Steve Sunyich.
    https://stevensunyich.com/about/

    MAGNETIC ROTOR ASSEMBLY
    A device for inducing the rotation of a plurality of rotors by use of magnetically charged materials includes at least a pair of rotors rotatably mounted. Each rotor includes at least one outwardly extending element having magnetic material attached to the opposing ends of the element. The elements of the two rotors are positioned co-planarly with respect to one another, such that each element of one rotor is paired with a corresponding co-planarly positioned element of the other rotor. The elements are positioned sufficiently proximate to one another such that the polarity of one element's end may interact with the polarity of its paired element of the other rotor to induce a rotation of one or both of the two rotors.

    Skip to: Description · Claims · Patent History · Patent History
    Description
    CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS
    This application is a continuation of U.S. patent application Ser. No. 12/555,614, filed Sep. 8, 2009, which will issue as U.S. Pat. No. 8,093,775 on Jan. 10, 2012, which claims the benefit under Title 35, United States Code, §119(e) of U.S. Provisional Application No. 61/097,198 filed Sep. 15, 2008, the entirety of each of which is incorporated herein by reference.

    FIELD OF THE INVENTION
    This invention relates to devices which utilize magnetic materials to induce the movement of structures. More specifically, this invention is directed to a device for inducing the rotation of a rotor by use of magnetic materials.

    STATEMENT OF THE ART
    Structures which utilize magnetic charged materials for purposes of inducing the rotation of a rotor are known. For example, such a structure is disclosed in the PCT application published under publication number WO 90/10337. Such structures typically include a rotatably mounted rotor having magnetically charged materials positioned on one or more locations thereon. The rotor is positioned proximate a plurality of stationarily fixed magnetic materials with some type of shielding materials positioned intermediate the magnetic materials on the rotor and the stationarily fixed magnetic materials. Once the shielding materials are removed from their intermediate position, the interaction of the two sets of magnetic materials operates to induce a rotation of the rotor.

    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
    A magnetic rotor device of the instant invention includes a first rotor which is mechanically associated with a first support structure. The first rotor is adapted for rotation about a first axis of rotation associated with the first rotor. At least one first elongate, magnetically charged element and preferably a plurality of first elongate, magnetically charged elements is secured to the first rotor. In those embodiments having a plurality of first elements the first elements are spacedly arranged apart from one another along a length of the first rotor. Each of the first elements is fitted with a quantity of magnetically charged material on each of its two opposing ends. In preferred constructions the magnetically charged material on one end of a given first element possesses a first polarity while the opposing end of the given first element has a second polarity, the first polarity being opposite from that of the second polarity.

    The invention further includes a second rotor is mechanically associated with a second support structure. The second rotor is adapted for rotation about a second axis of rotation associated with the second rotor. At least one second elongate, magnetically charged element and preferably a plurality of second elongate, magnetically charged elements is associated with the second rotor. In those embodiments having a plurality of second elements the second elements are positioned spacedly from one another along a length of the second rotor. Each of the second elements is fitted with a quantity of magnetically charged material on each of is two opposing ends. The polarity of the material fitted on one end of the second element is preferably opposite from the polarity of the material fitted to an opposing end of the second element.

    The first rotor is positioned proximate the second rotor. Each of the first elements of the first rotor is preferably positioned in a co-planar, or substantially co-planar relationship with a corresponding second element of the second rotor. The two rotors are positioned sufficiently proximate to one another such that the magnetic materials found on the ends of a first element and a corresponding second element may interact with another to create a repelling force between the two elements of sufficient magnitude to induce the rotation of at least one of the two rotors relative to its respective axis of rotation.

    One or both of the rotors may be associated with corresponding structures for transferring kinetic energy from the rotor to that structure.

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
    FIG. 1 is an elevational side view of a rotor of the instant invention illustrating a plurality of elongate elements arra

    Life - The Great Initiation
    I love the way Dr. Joe helps us understand what we need to do when our life is not turning out the way we want. The simple secret: We can't keep doing the same things if we want our lives to change. Life is a great initiation! -Steve

    One way we can look at life is that it's a series of events designed to challenge us to make decisions and choices. In this regard, we could say life is an initiation or a test. To pass an initiation is to take what you have learned (philosophy, theory, knowledge, and information) and apply it towards an event or decision. If done correctly, this should provide us with a new experience that's different than the routine life we live.

    New experiences arise when our behavior matches our intentions, when our actions are equal to our thoughts, and when our mind and body are working as one. The experience then further enriches the intellectual circuits created from acquiring knowledge. As the application of knowledge begins to make more connections in our brain, the upgraded circuitry signals another part of the brain to make a chemical-the end product of which is called an emotion or feeling. Because experiences we embrace in the environment lead to emotions that create chemical signals which affect our genes, the moment we consciously embody the emotion of the experience we change our genetic destiny by selecting and instructing new gene expressions. The repetition of this over time allows us to neurochemically condition our mind and body to work as one-in other words, when you've done something so many times that your body now knows how to do it as well as your mind, it becomes innate, effortless, and second nature. Now you've become the knowledge, which is to say you've created a new state of being that you don't have to consciously think about.

    Staying Conscious During Life's Initiations
    At our week-long workshops, we give our students the tools to stay conscious and aware when moving through life's challenges, rather than letting unconscious programs determine the outcomes. In doing so, we have created challenge activities where our students have to make a choice to either apply the philosophy they've learned and are developing into a skill (and take it to the next level) or be gripped by old familiar emotions such as fear, anxiety, suffering, self-doubt, frustration, or judgment. This gives our students the opportunity to make a different choice with the tools we've taught them, as well as to remind them that when they do make different choices, they are stepping into the unknown. When our students develop the skill set to create brain and heart coherence while being confronted by those challenges (instead of sitting in a room with their eyes closed in mediation while listening to soft music play), that's when we start to see the biggest changes.

    Most people live by an unconscious program whereby the moment they say some person, thing, or experience is making them feel or think in some way, what they are essentially saying is that something outside of them is controlling the way they think and feel. This is a victim mentality, but if you believe that the way you think and feel can change your life, then you would not be a victim-you would look at your life as a test-and in rising to that challenge or test, you'd no longer think or react in predictable ways. Instead, you would take on the challenge to be greater than your body, greater than your environment, greater than time, and greater than old emotions and habits that have ruled your life for so long. This is how the student becomes the master.

    As a student of life, our job is to go from philosopher to initiate to master; from mind to body to soul; from knowledge to experience to wisdom; from thinking to doing to being; and from learning with your head, applying it with your hands, and knowing it by heart. The good news is we have all the biological and neurological machinery to do this. So why do initiations exist? Initiations exist to challenge us to move out of our programs into something more instrumental for our own evolution. This is how we evolve.
    -Dr. Joe Dispenza

    https://stevensunyich.com/life-the-great-initiation/

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