Posts Tagged ‘Robert Williams’

New Videos – Q-Link Interviews at the Blue OK

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

Scott Morrow, host of the Blue OK, recently interviewed Clarus founder Robert O. Williams and Clarus CEO Richard Gray to talk about Clarus, Q-Link, and SRT technology. Enjoy!

Q-Link Featured in Two Great Articles at The Blue OK

Monday, May 24th, 2010

The Blue OK, an online “Café” site, sort of like an online magazine, features discussions with notables in the wellness/green/optimal living community and covers topics related to living well (art, culture, health, green living, and food). They’ve recently featured Q-Link in two articles.

The first of these is an interview with Clarus founder Robert Williams.  If you’re not already familiar with SRT technology, this interview gives a great overview.  The other interview is with Clarus CEO Richard Gray, who talks about the history of Clarus and gives more information about SRT.

I highly recommend you check out these interviews and explore The Blue OK further; they have some very interesting interviews and articles (I particularly liked the underwater sculptures). They also have recipes!

By the way, Scott Morrow – host of The Blue OK, wears a Q-Link.

Introduction from Clarus Founder, Robert O. Williams

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

I look forward to writing here on a regular basis and opening lines of communication with you the community. Please feel free to send your questions or topics for me to discuss, and I will do my best to respond.

I feel honored to be speaking with you. It has been my great fortune to have stumbled upon the technology behind Clarus products way back in 1979. But before I tell you that story, let me address some basic questions you may have.

Where did Clarus come from? What is the technology called SRT, and where did IT come from?

Clarus is Latin for clarity. In the earlier research of the technology we found that instead of adding anything to the subject (a person for example) it only clarified the pathways of innate communication within the already existing living system. So, that’s why we named the company Clarus. Clarity. Plus we liked the sound of it.

The technology really didn’t come from anywhere in the sense that we usually think of something being found or discovered somewhere and then put together with something else. The technology, in a way, is just the opposite. It’s a resonance that was always there either in its active or passive state and will always be there as long as there are “field – particle interactions”. Clarus only clarifies our “Sympathetic Resonance” (different than only clarifying the connections) takes it one step further.

Think of a grand piano. For you musicians, let’s say it’s a Steinway grand piano (one of the best). I have one downstairs. Right now, it’s sitting there, quiet. If I hadn’t of told you it’s downstairs, you wouldn’t know it exists, right? So, we say that all the sounds the piano can make right now are in their potential state. There are 88 keys on the piano, each with a specific vibration. Middle C vibrates at 261 times per second (261 Hz). If I were to go down there and play a C chord, then the potential energy changes to active or expressed energy. (Sometimes called kinetic). Now, if I were to push down the sustain peddle, and play the middle C on my flute, then the same note on the piano will begin to play even with out me touching any piano keys. This is a physical phenomenon called, sympathetic resonance.

So, your body has billions of vibrations or frequencies either being expressed or residing in their latent state. There are a group of frequencies that are fundamental to your body’s innate intelligence, governing the foundation of everything else you are. It is those frequencies that have always been there in you since you were first conceived. It is those frequencies that, for humans and animals, Sympathetic Resonance Technology strengthens and supports. Once the foundation is strengthened, then all the rest of you can be lived more fully.

Thank you all for reading this far. Let me know what you think and feel. When it comes right down to it, right now, it’s just you and me… two folks having a chat.

With sincere appreciation and respect,
Robert O. Williams