Mind Over Matter - Proven

Written by Robert Bruce Baird


The following quote is a review I found on Amazon.com for a book I have only read about but seems to confirm many other things. The book is written by a former Chair of Material Sciences at Stanford and I think it fitsrepparttar work of Dr. Don Robins as well as other Intelligent Design researchers we have discussed.

“Mind Over Matter -- Proven!, June 11, 2002 Reviewer: Dave Stein, Scientific Editor, Frontier Perspectives

In striking contrast with many books focused on next-generation physics, mathematics, biology, psychology, or medicine, Conscious Acts of Creation combines a brilliant theoretical model with several rigorous experiments that explorerepparttar 151069 influence of human intention on physical reality - in living as well as inanimate systems. It is in these convincing demonstrations thatrepparttar 151070 principle "as above, so below" comes to life. Even more profoundly,repparttar 151071 book establishes that repetition ofrepparttar 151072 experiments in given locales can dramatically increaserepparttar 151073 power ofrepparttar 151074 locales to reproducerepparttar 151075 results - with some locales retaining their conditioning or "charge" for more than a year! These findings lend plausibility to that which mystics know as "sacred space."

A postulated theoretical model provides a launch point for interpretingrepparttar 151076 experimental results. Its major cornerstone is an eight-dimensional biconformal base space with two four-dimensional, Fourier transform related subspaces. One subspace corresponds to our everyday world, whereasrepparttar 151077 other subspace is a reciprocal or inverse "etheric" space - roughly analogous to k-space but with additional postulated properties including superluminal "velocities" (presumably in inverse units) and interchanged roles of electricity and magnetism. The model incorporates nonlocality, a scientific principle that may someday prove to berepparttar 151078 underpinning for phenomena such as parapsychology and distant healing. Furthermore,repparttar 151079 authors note similarities between their model and models proposed by other scientists, some highly prominent. Granted,repparttar 151080 model becomes more speculative when it associates even higher dimensionalities with emotion, mind, and spirit. Even then, however, it remains consistent with various esoteric teachings, and it may yet providerepparttar 151081 empowering mechanism for manifestation of intention (whererepparttar 151082 two subspaces, in some ways mutually symmetric, appear to play asymmetric roles) and in otherwise connecting science with spirit. Readers who disagree withrepparttar 151083 postulated model will nonetheless benefit fromrepparttar 151084 authors' brilliant insights.

Mysticism aside,repparttar 151085 postulated "mind over matter" mechanisms include a possible role for variation in atomic and molecular ground state energies. The observed space conditioning is discussed inrepparttar 151086 context of gauge symmetries. Rounding outrepparttar 151087 model arerepparttar 151088 insightful discussions of augmented electromagnetism (whichrepparttar 151089 authors associate with Qi), inner self-management techniques such as Qi Gong and Yoga, and evenrepparttar 151090 existence of two phases of liquid water. In Chapters 9 and 10,repparttar 151091 authors become futurists as they suggest possible implications of reciprocal space engineering for medicine, pharmacology, communications, and manufacturing.

Onrepparttar 151092 experimental side,repparttar 151093 authors setrepparttar 151094 example in thoroughness and scientific rigor, althoughrepparttar 151095 in-depth discussion ofrepparttar 151096 protocols as well asrepparttar 151097 order of topics may impactrepparttar 151098 book's readability. A mitigating factor isrepparttar 151099 brilliant introduction to gauge theory andrepparttar 151100 elucidation of several other topics including self-sustained oscillations, crystallography, and reciprocal space. In fact,repparttar 151101 book is a mini physics course that presents various principles of electromagnetism, thermodynamics, solid-state physics, and quantum mechanics in a readable and understandable way. Also included is a brilliant discussion of enzymes, coenzymes andrepparttar 151102 electron transport chain as they relate torepparttar 151103 experiments.

Scientists, healers, and others who investigate or work with subtle energies will appreciaterepparttar 151104 authors' insights on repeatability of experimental results. Inrepparttar 151105 mainstream scientific community, replication of results is a test for credibility; yet consistent results in healing, dowsing, remote viewing, and ESP are often elusive. Armed with successful demonstrations of space conditioning,repparttar 151106 authors shed new light on this longstanding issue - although they discuss other factors, both geocosmic and human, that can also impact repeatability of results.

Radical Healing

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Radical Healing:

This title to a book by Rudolph Ballentine deserves more thought than we might give it. The book deserves more thought than I will give it too. It might be of interest to note that Dr. Ballentine is a Duke graduate and likely was affected byrepparttar people I speak about inrepparttar 151045 so-called paranormal sciences. Why is it ‘radical’ to integrate and think or become an informed consumer inrepparttar 151046 field of medicine or health care? Here is part ofrepparttar 151047 dustcover commentary.

“This extraordinary book offers nothing less than a new vision of medical care. Rudolph Ballentine, M. D., has created a unique, integrative blending ofrepparttar 151048 primary holistic schools of healing that is far more potent than any one alone.

Like Deepak Chopra and Andrew Weil, Rudolph Ballentine is a medical doctor who became intrigued byrepparttar 151049 workings of mind-body medicine and looked beyondrepparttar 151050 West in his search for understanding. Drawing on thirty years of medical study and practice, Dr. Ballentine has accomplished a singular feat: integratingrepparttar 151051 wisdom ofrepparttar 151052 great traditional healing systems—especially Ayurveda, homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, European and Native American herbology, nutrition, psychotherapy, and bodywork. Melded together,repparttar 151053 profound principles buried in these systems become clearer and stronger, and a new level of effectiveness becomes possible. Healing and reorganization are accelerated and deepened—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The result is transformation. The result is radical healing.” (3)

Sounds like common sense and makes one wonder how we ever got so enmeshed in ‘expert’ ego-driven medical care doesn’t it? I highly recommend Ivan Illich’s Limits to Medicine wherein he more fully describesrepparttar 151054 over-professionalization and iatrogenesis (doctor-inflicted death) that is inherent in Western medicine today. The British Medical Journal Lancet termed that book from 1976 ‘a grapeshot across their bow’.

“Tennis was known as ‘the game of kings.’ Asrepparttar 151055 royal player, you are faced with constant decisions and make repeated moves withinrepparttar 151056 context of your ‘court.’ When I was learning and exploring tennis, I worked with a friend who held a Ph. D. in linguistics. Ricardo Melo analyzed body language in terms of what he calledrepparttar 151057 ‘syntax ofrepparttar 151058 court.’ The net representsrepparttar 151059 ‘other’ to whom you must respond. The space surrounding you is divided into front and back. That part behind you corresponds to your unconscious; you reach back into it forrepparttar 151060 depth of feeling that impels you forward. Players who make short stabs atrepparttar 151061 ball, without a deep backstroke, fail to dip into this well of inspiration. The space before you is your conscious mind and world.

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