Silvia Hartmann's Energy Magic

The Guild of Energists was founded in 1998 and is the world's largest Modern Energy organisation with 1 members active in 108 countries.

We specialise in energy based solutions for individuals and organisations that make the world a less stressed, happier, social and more creative place to live.



MEMEM stands for







... and an MEMEM is a type of magical tool used to transform conscious beliefs, attitudes, memories and any other form of conscious data without the need for further "talking therapy".

According to Events Theory, all conscious thought exists now only as data and as such, it is malleable. This data is further extremely easily manipulated by using energy based approaches.

People who are skilled in energy magic can therefore construct an MEMEM, a physical object that serves as the conscious bridge to giving the instruction for such data to be evolved (for the highest path and purpose of the individual in question).

An MEMEM may be a box into which written instructions are placed; it could be a magic book such as RHW or 4YAS, or the bible or such. It could be a vase or any other type of container, even an amphora (!).

It is in the act of creating and dedicating the MEMEM and then using it in an energy magic way that the process of memory or data evolution takes place.


  • Choose a container
  • Dedicate the container to be an energy magic "machine" that will process, heal, evolve all and any topic or problem placed within it.
  • Find something to write on (pieces of paper, card, wooden blanks)
  • Choose a topic, problem or memory you want to heal/evolve.
  • Think of a key phrase, word or title to describe this.
  • Write the key phrase on the blank.
  • Place it into the MEMEM.
  • Once in a while, go through the contents and take out what has been solved or evolved. Burn these.
  • Some items might have evolved to the point that a new title is needed. Create a new title and place into the MEMEM. Burn the old one.



  • The MEMEM belongs to a class of artefacts known as "magic machines."