Michael Hutchison

Michael Hutchison wrote the Book of Floating. This book possibly has done more to promote floating than any other single event.

Michael has also written groundbreaking books about brain technology, including Megabrain: New Tools and Techniques for Brain Growth and Mind Expansion, and Mega Brain Power: Transform Your Life With Mind Machines and Brain Nutrients. These books pioneered the use of brain technology, or mind machines, to amplify and accelerate the abilities of brain plasticity to increase the size, intelligence, complexity, healing powers and longevity of the brain by means of such new brain technologies as light/sound machines, new sound technologies, microcurrent electrostimulation, EEG machines and many others. These books have done as much to promote the use of modern brain machines as The Book of Floating has done for the field of floating.

His Situation

Michael Hutchison met with a very serious accident and became a quadriplegic. His income is below the poverty level.

What You Can Do

Very simply, contribute money.

How Is The Contribution Used

Donations will be deposited in a trust fund, The Michael Hutchison Irrevocable Special Needs Trust. Michael receives Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security, but has living expenses that far exceed his benefits through these programs.

Some of his most pressing needs are his computer related expenses such as computer repair, monthly internet connection, and computer programs.

Computer support is essential since he is a writer, but can't type or write. He uses a voice recognition program to be able to work and try to support himself. He is now finishing his newest book.

The trust is not a 501 C so there are no tax deductions for these gifts.

To Donate Now

Simply click on the Donate botton and you will be able to enter the amount you wish to donate. Samadhi Tank Co, Inc will receive the donation labeled Michael Hutchison and at least once per month, will forward it to his fund. Samadhi takes none of the money but paypal being a credit card processor, takes their usual fee (around 3%).

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