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-Multidimensional Existence

-Multidimensional Existence

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The human individual is a multi-dimensional being, a complex living system. The scientific advancement of both theoretical and practical therapeutic knowledge requires a widening of perspective in order to comprehend the vast and deep human phenomenon. In this context any reductionist approach becomes not only ineffective but also dangerous. To avo...

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... order to get out of this vicious circle, we have to continue our researches into the direction of determining, through thorough investigation of the spiritual and psycho-neuro-physical aspects of reality, (1) both of the (1.a) place we live in (Multidimensional Existence 1 , see Figure 1) as living biological entities and of the (1.b) layers that interact inside us as individuals (Multidimensional Being 2 , see Figure 1), of (2) the structure and laws of the dynamics that govern this Being (Anthropological Structures and Forces intertwined in the Human Being 3 , see Figure 2) which control and determine the transformations of the human individual in order to improve and extend the (3) healing knowledge (Omnivalent Therapeutical Approach 4 ) and to support the viable (4) development of the social life (Foundations of Social Force 5 , see Figure 3). As I said with another ocassion 6 , the understanding of the inner dynamics of the human being implies also a revalorization of the six (known till now) fundamental inner forces acting in man: ...
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... order to get out of this vicious circle, we have to continue our researches into the direction of determining, through thorough investigation of the spiritual and psycho-neuro-physical aspects of reality, (1) both of the (1.a) place we live in (Multidimensional Existence 1 , see Figure 1) as living biological entities and of the (1.b) layers that interact inside us as individuals (Multidimensional Being 2 , see Figure 1), of (2) the structure and laws of the dynamics that govern this Being (Anthropological Structures and Forces intertwined in the Human Being 3 , see Figure 2) which control and determine the transformations of the human individual in order to improve and extend the (3) healing knowledge (Omnivalent Therapeutical Approach 4 ) and to support the viable (4) development of the social life (Foundations of Social Force 5 , see Figure 3). As I said with another ocassion 6 , the understanding of the inner dynamics of the human being implies also a revalorization of the six (known till now) fundamental inner forces acting in man: ...
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... -(2.b) -the history or the level of ancestral memory (see figure 13). "If the psychical of man borns as a perfect tabula rasa […], then there would be nothing in the psychic that would not have been gained or implanted in it. ...
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... the following lines, we shall review some of the correlated data with impact in energetic profiling of the human being as resulted in a comparative look. In figure 15 we have a Christian In figures 15, 16 we can see the same representation of the head aura that accompanies the iconographical representation of any saint. In figure 17 we have a black and white photo normal photo realized with a common photo-camera, on whose negative there is printed the physical image of the aura head but this time in another spiritual context. ...
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... figure 15 we have a Christian In figures 15, 16 we can see the same representation of the head aura that accompanies the iconographical representation of any saint. In figure 17 we have a black and white photo normal photo realized with a common photo-camera, on whose negative there is printed the physical image of the aura head but this time in another spiritual context. It is that of an yogi ascet woman -Ananda ...
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... Ma (from India) -plunged in a deep state of meditation. In figure 18 we have a graphical representation of Buddha's head as it is presented by the classical bouddhist tradition (he is also in a deep state of meditation). In figure 19, we can see a computer-based cerebral cartography done in the Monroe Institute from U.S.A. ...
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... figure 18 we have a graphical representation of Buddha's head as it is presented by the classical bouddhist tradition (he is also in a deep state of meditation). In figure 19, we can see a computer-based cerebral cartography done in the Monroe Institute from U.S.A. Here we can distinguish by colour the different emissions of cerebral electro-waves (alpha, beta, delta, theta, gamma) starting from the darkest colour to the lighest. ...