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Born in Aberdeen, South Dakota in 1938, at the tail end of the Great Depression and the Great Drought, Slim Spurling grew up on the northern plains. He knows more about hard work and frontier ways than the average inventor. A deep connection to the natural world and a passion for truth have fueled all of his research.

Slim attended Colorado State University, majoring in Forestry, Botany, Biochemistry, Mycology, and technical writing. Prior to graduating he was offered a scholarship for a full master’s degree program, in return for which, he was expected to do research that would have led to the development of a mind control substance. Unable to reconcile the breach of ethics that came with this offer, he refused it, and refused to participate in the graduation exercises at Colorado State.

The next twenty years were spent as an artist-blacksmith. For five of them Slim ran the largest blacksmithing school in America. Blacksmithing, coupled with his research into Wilhelm Reich’s work on the nature of the life force, awakened his alchemical gifts and his abilities as an inventor.

What he discovered about subtle energy taught Slim how to dowse for and relieve the effects of Geopathic Stress. By the 1990’s he became well known as an expert on this subject, and began teaching seminars and workshops all over the world.

Further exploration in realm of subtle energy brought him into contact with both the printed work and the legendary figures in this area. In 1991 Slim discovered a new principle of quantum physics, now known as the Light-Life™ Technology. The grass roots research association that formed to gather data and record the effects of this technology has expanded over the years. Field reports arrive on a daily basis, and all of them point to seemingly infinite applications.

Slim’s time is now divided between producing the Light –Life™ Tools and finding ways to integrate them with related technologies. He travels to meet with like-minded scientists, continues his research, and gathers materials for new applications with the intent to provide benefit for all