Copyright © 2016 by Avlis Productions Inc.
Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“So that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
Visualization and imagination lead to the discovery of oil in a gas-bearing well By Abul Shamsuddin Intuition has helped me throughout my life and my career. My ability to use visualization and imagination to influence the circumstances in my life has literally allowed me to strike oil where none was expected. If this had happened only once it might have been a coincidence, but the whole series of “Intention-Successes” in strong evidence that I did “remotely influence” the circumstances of my life. As Jose Silva said, “Coincidences are God’s way of showing His hand.” I was aware of the ability to detect information and correct problems with my mind long before I took the Silva course. I was very much intuitive since my engineering studies. Here is one example: Some early experiences During the final year of my engineering studies in 1969 in Lahore (Pakistan), I was thinking to do post-graduate studies in mining engineering from a world renowned institution under a government scholarship. I graduated in mining engineering in 1969 from Lahore, Pakistan, and entered into service in January 1970 in Jhelum, Pakistan. I left Pakistan in October 1970 for Dhaka (the then capital of East Pakistan) to support the Bangladesh Liberation War. Bangladesh was liberated in December 1971. I was awarded a very lucrative Indian government scholarship to do post-graduate studies in Mining Engineering in the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India, in December 1972. This was the first scholarship scheme from India to an Independent and Sovereign Bangladesh Students Group in various disciplines. “Indian School of Mines,"  where I was sent for the Study, is the one of the most renowned Mining Institutions in the world. In another example, I got a very lucrative job in the oil industries in Iraq in 1982. My employer, Petrobangla, was not wiling to release me for the job, but finally I was granted extraordinary leave from my employer to do my contractual job with the Ministry of Oil, Government of Iraq, Baghdad. All these experiences - including finding oil, the way I have visualized - influenced me to take the Silva course - to help me fully develop my ESP. It was in December 1990 - when late Mahee Quazi first introduced the Silva courses in Bangladesh - I attend the introductory seminar, and attended the course in March 1991. Discovering oil in a gas bearing formation I was working as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sylhet Gas Fields Limited (SGFL), a natural gas producing company of Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corporation (BOGMC – also known as Petrobangla). The Gas Fields of SGFL are located in Sylhet district in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh. The gas from SGFL goes to Natural Gas Fertilizer Factory (NGFF), Power Plant, Paper Mills and other industrial, commercial and domestic customers. There was a shortage of gas supply to NGFF. To meet the demand of gas requirement of the fertilizer factory (NGFF), Sylhet Gas Fields (SGFL) decided to drill a new gas well in the Gas Fields. The relevant national and international experts of PETROBANGLA and SGFL consisting of geologists, petroleum & mining engineers, geo-physicists, drillers, chemists and other technical people sat together and discussed and reviewed the field and seismic data to pin-point the location of the new well in the Gas Bearing Formation of Sylhet Gas Fields (SGFL). Thus a location of a new well was finalized and the project "Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7" was conceived. A fund was available from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to meet the cost of the project. Being the CEO of SGFL, I was made the Project Director (PD). Project commencement and completion period was from February 1986 to December 1986. Drilling Sylhet Gas Well # 7 started sometime in June 1986. I was supervising the project work as PD till August 1986. At this stage, I left Sylhet for USA, to undertake a training course on "Petroleum Management" at Arthur D Little Management & Educational Institute (ADLMEI) at Cambridge, Boston, Massachusetts.  I handed over the charges of the project to my next man. My training course was financed by Asian Development Bank (ADB), the financier of the Project "Drilling Sylhet Gas Well # 7." Duration of the training course in USA was for 16 weeks ending 21 November 1986. At the last leg of the course, I was given an exercise, to make a project profile, and to present that before the Educational Board as a partial requirement of the training courses. My exercise was like this: An oil company produces 1000 barrels of oil and markets it to an oil marketing company through transmission pipe line for a period of 20 years. It is required to make the financial & economic analysis of the project and find out the profit/loss of oil the selling company. I made the project profile considering the following: Since I did not have cost data of oil-well, oil-field and working experience of oil field – I used the cost data of Sylhet Gas Well # 7, and my experiences at Sylhet Gas Fields and as well as my working experiences with Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7 to make the project profile. I imagined myself as CEO of Sylhet Oil Fields Limited in stead of Sylhet Gas Fields Limited. I imagined drilling of a new oil well # 7 in Sylhet Oil Fields in stead of gas well # 7 in Sylhet Gas Fields. I imagined producing 1000 barrels of oil from Sylhet oil well # 7 in stead of producing natural gas from Sylhet Gas Well # 7. I imagined transmitting that oil to Eastern Refinery, an oil refinery at Chittagong, port city of Bangladesh for marketing in lieu of supplying gas to NGFF. I made the financial & economic analysis of the exercise taking investment and operating cost of "Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7". To make the presentation of my paper, I made slides in the transparent sheets to present through overhead projector. I practiced the presentation by projecting the slides in the screen several times in order to make perfection of my presentation before the Educational Board. On the basis of above, I presented the project profile before the Board and got a good grade. Finally, on successful completion of the training course on "Petroleum Management" at ADLMEI, I returned to Bangladesh and resumed my duties at Sylhet as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sylhet Gas Fields Ltd and Project Director of Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7 on 30 November 1986. Unexpected discovery The drilling of Sylhet well # 7 was progressing well and was on schedule. We were heading towards our target depth. Finally we reached the target depth on December 24, 1986. But we struck "OIL" in stead of "GAS." It was unbelievable. We were drilling for gas to supply it to NGFF. We were drilling in the Gas Bearing Formation. The location of the well was selected by the relevant experts. The site engineers, site geologists, drillers, technicians were stunned, seeing striking oil in a gas structure. An oil flow test was carried out for a couple of hours. After conducting all well-testing formalities, site engineers and supervisors confirmed detecting oil in the gas well. Thus the first oil discovery in Bangladesh was made. The President of Bangladesh flew to Sylhet Gas Fields from Dhaka and declared "Discovery of Oil in Bangladesh" on December 24, 1986. Oil was producing at the rate of 500 barrels per day from Sylhet Gas Fields and was transported to Eastern Refinery at Chittagong, Bangladesh for refining. The oil was produced for five years and it was transported to Eastern Refinery at Chittagong for five years. After that the reserve was exhausted. This was the 7th well drilled in the gas bearing formation of Sylhet Gas Fields. I believe that finding oil was due to my visualization and imagination of flowing oil in Sylhet well # 7 and repetitions of the exercise for perfection of my presentation at ADLMEI, Cambridge, Boston, MA, USA during 15-20 November, 1986. While practicing my presentation, I was thinking about how nice it will be if we produce oil in Sylhet Gas Well # 7. Actually this was my intention. I imagined and visualized oil transmission to Oil Refinery at Chittagong for marketing. The crude oil produced at Sylhet Gas Well # 7 was transported to Eastern refinery, Chittagong for refining. I used visualization and imagination in a very detailed, descriptive, precise and perfect way. So, it was due to my intention, visualization, imagination, and repetition of the events that oil was discovered in a gas bearing formation at Sylhet, Bangladesh in December 1986. More Experiences The Government of Bangladesh made a decision to extract coal from Phulbari Coal Mine, adopting the Open-Pit Mining Method as proposed by the Asia Energy Corporation (AEC), a U.K. based global mining company. I vigorously opposed the idea on the plea that a densely populated country like Bangladesh, having highly productive fertile agricultural land in the surface, and pure, uncontaminated, arsenic- free groundwater water reservoir just above the coal bed, cannot sustain open-pit mining of coal. Instead, the underground mining method will be suitable under such an environment. Moreover I opined that the AEC overlooked/ignored/missed some vital information in their proposal. I met with the High-Ups of the Government, including the Energy Advisor to the Prime Minister, to convince them about my proposal. I wrote in National Dailies to convince the Government also. All of the government agencies and machineries were working to go ahead with the AEC proposal. I failed miserably in beta level to convince the Govt. Then I started using Silva techniques including ESP to convince the government about my proposal. I used the following techniques: Subjective Communication Three Scene Techniques Visualization & Imagination ESP I repeated the exercise for about a week. Then one fine morning – I saw in the newspapers that the government had decided to postpone the go-ahead with the project, instead the government decided to make further hydrogeological investigations to incorporate the missing information, as opined by some experts. Now the studies are going on. All these are due to my working in the subjective dimension. -Engr. A. K. M. Shamsuddin, -Petroleum & Mining Consultant, -Bangladesh
Abul Shamsuddin uses ESP to determine where to drill for gas and oil
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Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“To leave behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
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Visualization and imagination lead to the discovery of oil in a gas-bearing well By Abul Shamsuddin Intuition has helped me throughout my life and my career. My ability to use visualization and imagination to influence the circumstances in my life has literally allowed me to strike oil where none was expected. If this had happened only once it might have been a coincidence, but the whole series of “Intention- Successes” in strong evidence that I did “remotely influence” the circumstances of my life. As Jose Silva said, “Coincidences are God’s way of showing His hand.” I was aware of the ability to detect information and correct problems with my mind long before I took the Silva course. I was very much intuitive since my engineering studies. Here is one example: Some early experiences During the final year of my engineering studies in 1969 in Lahore (Pakistan), I was thinking to do post- graduate studies in mining engineering from a world renowned institution under a government scholarship. I graduated in mining engineering in 1969 from Lahore, Pakistan, and entered into service in January 1970 in Jhelum, Pakistan. I left Pakistan in October 1970 for Dhaka (the then capital of East Pakistan) to support the Bangladesh Liberation War. Bangladesh was liberated in December 1971. I was awarded a very lucrative Indian government scholarship to do post-graduate studies in Mining Engineering in the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India, in December 1972. This was the first scholarship scheme from India to an Independent and Sovereign Bangladesh Students Group in various disciplines. “Indian School of Mines,"  where I was sent for the Study, is the one of the most renowned Mining Institutions in the world. In another example, I got a very lucrative job in the oil industries in Iraq in 1982. My employer, Petrobangla, was not wiling to release me for the job, but finally I was granted extraordinary leave from my employer to do my contractual job with the Ministry of Oil, Government of Iraq, Baghdad. All these experiences - including finding oil, the way I have visualized - influenced me to take the Silva course - to help me fully develop my ESP. It was in December 1990 - when late Mahee Quazi first introduced the Silva courses in Bangladesh - I attend the introductory seminar, and attended the course in March 1991. Discovering oil in a gas bearing formation I was working as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sylhet Gas Fields Limited (SGFL), a natural gas producing company of Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corporation (BOGMC – also known as Petrobangla). The Gas Fields of SGFL are located in Sylhet district in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh. The gas from SGFL goes to Natural Gas Fertilizer Factory (NGFF), Power Plant, Paper Mills and other industrial, commercial and domestic customers. There was a shortage of gas supply to NGFF. To meet the demand of gas requirement of the fertilizer factory (NGFF), Sylhet Gas Fields (SGFL) decided to drill a new gas well in the Gas Fields. The relevant national and international experts of PETROBANGLA and SGFL consisting of geologists, petroleum & mining engineers, geo-physicists, drillers, chemists and other technical people sat together and discussed and reviewed the field and seismic data to pin-point the location of the new well in the Gas Bearing Formation of Sylhet Gas Fields (SGFL). Thus a location of a new well was finalized and the project "Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7" was conceived. A fund was available from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to meet the cost of the project. Being the CEO of SGFL, I was made the Project Director (PD). Project commencement and completion period was from February 1986 to December 1986. Drilling Sylhet Gas Well # 7 started sometime in June 1986. I was supervising the project work as PD till August 1986. At this stage, I left Sylhet for USA, to undertake a training course on "Petroleum Management" at Arthur D Little Management & Educational Institute (ADLMEI) at Cambridge, Boston, Massachusetts.  I handed over the charges of the project to my next man. My training course was financed by Asian Development Bank (ADB), the financier of the Project "Drilling Sylhet Gas Well # 7." Duration of the training course in USA was for 16 weeks ending 21 November 1986. At the last leg of the course, I was given an exercise, to make a project profile, and to present that before the Educational Board as a partial requirement of the training courses. My exercise was like this: An oil company produces 1000 barrels of oil and markets it to an oil marketing company through transmission pipe line for a period of 20 years. It is required to make the financial & economic analysis of the project and find out the profit/loss of oil the selling company. I made the project profile considering the following: Since I did not have cost data of oil-well, oil-field and working experience of oil field – I used the cost data of Sylhet Gas Well # 7, and my experiences at Sylhet Gas Fields and as well as my working experiences with Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7 to make the project profile. I imagined myself as CEO of Sylhet Oil Fields Limited in stead of Sylhet Gas Fields Limited. I imagined drilling of a new oil well # 7 in Sylhet Oil Fields in stead of gas well # 7 in Sylhet Gas Fields. I imagined producing 1000 barrels of oil from Sylhet oil well # 7 in stead of producing natural gas from Sylhet Gas Well # 7. I imagined transmitting that oil to Eastern Refinery, an oil refinery at Chittagong, port city of Bangladesh for marketing in lieu of supplying gas to NGFF. I made the financial & economic analysis of the exercise taking investment and operating cost of "Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7". To make the presentation of my paper, I made slides in the transparent sheets to present through overhead projector. I practiced the presentation by projecting the slides in the screen several times in order to make perfection of my presentation before the Educational Board. On the basis of above, I presented the project profile before the Board and got a good grade. Finally, on successful completion of the training course on "Petroleum Management" at ADLMEI, I returned to Bangladesh and resumed my duties at Sylhet as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sylhet Gas Fields Ltd and Project Director of Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7 on 30 November 1986. Unexpected discovery The drilling of Sylhet well # 7 was progressing well and was on schedule. We were heading towards our target depth. Finally we reached the target depth on December 24, 1986. But we struck "OIL" in stead of "GAS." It was unbelievable. We were drilling for gas to supply it to NGFF. We were drilling in the Gas Bearing Formation. The location of the well was selected by the relevant experts. The site engineers, site geologists, drillers, technicians were stunned, seeing striking oil in a gas structure. An oil flow test was carried out for a couple of hours. After conducting all well-testing formalities, site engineers and supervisors confirmed detecting oil in the gas well. Thus the first oil discovery in Bangladesh was made. The President of Bangladesh flew to Sylhet Gas Fields from Dhaka and declared "Discovery of Oil in Bangladesh" on December 24, 1986. Oil was producing at the rate of 500 barrels per day from Sylhet Gas Fields and was transported to Eastern Refinery at Chittagong, Bangladesh for refining. The oil was produced for five years and it was transported to Eastern Refinery at Chittagong for five years. After that the reserve was exhausted. This was the 7th well drilled in the gas bearing formation of Sylhet Gas Fields. I believe that finding oil was due to my visualization and imagination of flowing oil in Sylhet well # 7 and repetitions of the exercise for perfection of my presentation at ADLMEI, Cambridge, Boston, MA, USA during 15-20 November, 1986. While practicing my presentation, I was thinking about how nice it will be if we produce oil in Sylhet Gas Well # 7. Actually this was my intention. I imagined and visualized oil transmission to Oil Refinery at Chittagong for marketing. The crude oil produced at Sylhet Gas Well # 7 was transported to Eastern refinery, Chittagong for refining. I used visualization and imagination in a very detailed, descriptive, precise and perfect way. So, it was due to my intention, visualization, imagination, and repetition of the events that oil was discovered in a gas bearing formation at Sylhet, Bangladesh in December 1986. More Experiences The Government of Bangladesh made a decision to extract coal from Phulbari Coal Mine, adopting the Open-Pit Mining Method as proposed by the Asia Energy Corporation (AEC), a U.K. based global mining company. I vigorously opposed the idea on the plea that a densely populated country like Bangladesh, having highly productive fertile agricultural land in the surface, and pure, uncontaminated, arsenic- free groundwater water reservoir just above the coal bed, cannot sustain open-pit mining of coal. Instead, the underground mining method will be suitable under such an environment. Moreover I opined that the AEC overlooked/ignored/missed some vital information in their proposal. I met with the High-Ups of the Government, including the Energy Advisor to the Prime Minister, to convince them about my proposal. I wrote in National Dailies to convince the Government also. All of the government agencies and machineries were working to go ahead with the AEC proposal. I failed miserably in beta level to convince the Govt. Then I started using Silva techniques including ESP to convince the government about my proposal. I used the following techniques: Subjective Communication Three Scene Techniques Visualization & Imagination ESP I repeated the exercise for about a week. Then one fine morning – I saw in the newspapers that the government had decided to postpone the go- ahead with the project, instead the government decided to make further hydrogeological investigations to incorporate the missing information, as opined by some experts. Now the studies are going on. All these are due to my working in the subjective dimension. -Engr. A. K. M. Shamsuddin, -Petroleum & Mining Consultant, -Bangladesh
Abul Shamsuddin uses ESP to determine where to drill for gas and oil
Copyright © 2016 by Avlis Productions Inc.
Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“So that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
Visualization and imagination lead to the discovery of oil in a gas-bearing well By Abul Shamsuddin Intuition has helped me throughout my life and my career. My ability to use visualization and imagination to influence the circumstances in my life has literally allowed me to strike oil where none was expected. If this had happened only once it might have been a coincidence, but the whole series of “Intention-Successes” in strong evidence that I did “remotely influence” the circumstances of my life. As Jose Silva said, “Coincidences are God’s way of showing His hand.” I was aware of the ability to detect information and correct problems with my mind long before I took the Silva course. I was very much intuitive since my engineering studies. Here is one example: Some early experiences During the final year of my engineering studies in 1969 in Lahore (Pakistan), I was thinking to do post-graduate studies in mining engineering from a world renowned institution under a government scholarship. I graduated in mining engineering in 1969 from Lahore, Pakistan, and entered into service in January 1970 in Jhelum, Pakistan. I left Pakistan in October 1970 for Dhaka (the then capital of East Pakistan) to support the Bangladesh Liberation War. Bangladesh was liberated in December 1971. I was awarded a very lucrative Indian government scholarship to do post-graduate studies in Mining Engineering in the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India, in December 1972. This was the first scholarship scheme from India to an Independent and Sovereign Bangladesh Students Group in various disciplines. “Indian School of Mines,"  where I was sent for the Study, is the one of the most renowned Mining Institutions in the world. In another example, I got a very lucrative job in the oil industries in Iraq in 1982. My employer, Petrobangla, was not wiling to release me for the job, but finally I was granted extraordinary leave from my employer to do my contractual job with the Ministry of Oil, Government of Iraq, Baghdad. All these experiences - including finding oil, the way I have visualized - influenced me to take the Silva course - to help me fully develop my ESP. It was in December 1990 - when late Mahee Quazi first introduced the Silva courses in Bangladesh - I attend the introductory seminar, and attended the course in March 1991. Discovering oil in a gas bearing formation I was working as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sylhet Gas Fields Limited (SGFL), a natural gas producing company of Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corporation (BOGMC – also known as Petrobangla). The Gas Fields of SGFL are located in Sylhet district in the north-eastern region of Bangladesh. The gas from SGFL goes to Natural Gas Fertilizer Factory (NGFF), Power Plant, Paper Mills and other industrial, commercial and domestic customers. There was a shortage of gas supply to NGFF. To meet the demand of gas requirement of the fertilizer factory (NGFF), Sylhet Gas Fields (SGFL) decided to drill a new gas well in the Gas Fields. The relevant national and international experts of PETROBANGLA and SGFL consisting of geologists, petroleum & mining engineers, geo-physicists, drillers, chemists and other technical people sat together and discussed and reviewed the field and seismic data to pin-point the location of the new well in the Gas Bearing Formation of Sylhet Gas Fields (SGFL). Thus a location of a new well was finalized and the project "Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7" was conceived. A fund was available from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to meet the cost of the project. Being the CEO of SGFL, I was made the Project Director (PD). Project commencement and completion period was from February 1986 to December 1986. Drilling Sylhet Gas Well # 7 started sometime in June 1986. I was supervising the project work as PD till August 1986. At this stage, I left Sylhet for USA, to undertake a training course on "Petroleum Management" at Arthur D Little Management & Educational Institute (ADLMEI) at Cambridge, Boston, Massachusetts.  I handed over the charges of the project to my next man. My training course was financed by Asian Development Bank (ADB), the financier of the Project "Drilling Sylhet Gas Well # 7." Duration of the training course in USA was for 16 weeks ending 21 November 1986. At the last leg of the course, I was given an exercise, to make a project profile, and to present that before the Educational Board as a partial requirement of the training courses. My exercise was like this: An oil company produces 1000 barrels of oil and markets it to an oil marketing company through transmission pipe line for a period of 20 years. It is required to make the financial & economic analysis of the project and find out the profit/loss of oil the selling company. I made the project profile considering the following: Since I did not have cost data of oil-well, oil-field and working experience of oil field – I used the cost data of Sylhet Gas Well # 7, and my experiences at Sylhet Gas Fields and as well as my working experiences with Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7 to make the project profile. I imagined myself as CEO of Sylhet Oil Fields Limited in stead of Sylhet Gas Fields Limited. I imagined drilling of a new oil well # 7 in Sylhet Oil Fields in stead of gas well # 7 in Sylhet Gas Fields. I imagined producing 1000 barrels of oil from Sylhet oil well # 7 in stead of producing natural gas from Sylhet Gas Well # 7. I imagined transmitting that oil to Eastern Refinery, an oil refinery at Chittagong, port city of Bangladesh for marketing in lieu of supplying gas to NGFF. I made the financial & economic analysis of the exercise taking investment and operating cost of "Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7". To make the presentation of my paper, I made slides in the transparent sheets to present through overhead projector. I practiced the presentation by projecting the slides in the screen several times in order to make perfection of my presentation before the Educational Board. On the basis of above, I presented the project profile before the Board and got a good grade. Finally, on successful completion of the training course on "Petroleum Management" at ADLMEI, I returned to Bangladesh and resumed my duties at Sylhet as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sylhet Gas Fields Ltd and Project Director of Drilling of Sylhet Gas Well # 7 on 30 November 1986. Unexpected discovery The drilling of Sylhet well # 7 was progressing well and was on schedule. We were heading towards our target depth. Finally we reached the target depth on December 24, 1986. But we struck "OIL" in stead of "GAS." It was unbelievable. We were drilling for gas to supply it to NGFF. We were drilling in the Gas Bearing Formation. The location of the well was selected by the relevant experts. The site engineers, site geologists, drillers, technicians were stunned, seeing striking oil in a gas structure. An oil flow test was carried out for a couple of hours. After conducting all well- testing formalities, site engineers and supervisors confirmed detecting oil in the gas well. Thus the first oil discovery in Bangladesh was made. The President of Bangladesh flew to Sylhet Gas Fields from Dhaka and declared "Discovery of Oil in Bangladesh" on December 24, 1986. Oil was producing at the rate of 500 barrels per day from Sylhet Gas Fields and was transported to Eastern Refinery at Chittagong, Bangladesh for refining. The oil was produced for five years and it was transported to Eastern Refinery at Chittagong for five years. After that the reserve was exhausted. This was the 7th well drilled in the gas bearing formation of Sylhet Gas Fields. I believe that finding oil was due to my visualization and imagination of flowing oil in Sylhet well # 7 and repetitions of the exercise for perfection of my presentation at ADLMEI, Cambridge, Boston, MA, USA during 15-20 November, 1986. While practicing my presentation, I was thinking about how nice it will be if we produce oil in Sylhet Gas Well # 7. Actually this was my intention. I imagined and visualized oil transmission to Oil Refinery at Chittagong for marketing. The crude oil produced at Sylhet Gas Well # 7 was transported to Eastern refinery, Chittagong for refining. I used visualization and imagination in a very detailed, descriptive, precise and perfect way. So, it was due to my intention, visualization, imagination, and repetition of the events that oil was discovered in a gas bearing formation at Sylhet, Bangladesh in December 1986. More Experiences The Government of Bangladesh made a decision to extract coal from Phulbari Coal Mine, adopting the Open-Pit Mining Method as proposed by the Asia Energy Corporation (AEC), a U.K. based global mining company. I vigorously opposed the idea on the plea that a densely populated country like Bangladesh, having highly productive fertile agricultural land in the surface, and pure, uncontaminated, arsenic- free groundwater water reservoir just above the coal bed, cannot sustain open-pit mining of coal. Instead, the underground mining method will be suitable under such an environment. Moreover I opined that the AEC overlooked/ignored/missed some vital information in their proposal. I met with the High-Ups of the Government, including the Energy Advisor to the Prime Minister, to convince them about my proposal. I wrote in National Dailies to convince the Government also. All of the government agencies and machineries were working to go ahead with the AEC proposal. I failed miserably in beta level to convince the Govt. Then I started using Silva techniques including ESP to convince the government about my proposal. I used the following techniques: Subjective Communication Three Scene Techniques Visualization & Imagination ESP I repeated the exercise for about a week. Then one fine morning – I saw in the newspapers that the government had decided to postpone the go-ahead with the project, instead the government decided to make further hydrogeological investigations to incorporate the missing information, as opined by some experts. Now the studies are going on. All these are due to my working in the subjective dimension. -Engr. A. K. M. Shamsuddin, -Petroleum & Mining Consultant, -Bangladesh
Abul Shamsuddin uses ESP to determine where to drill for gas and oil
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