The Treasure – Victory of the Heart

‘I think a rational person, if he wants, can believe in reincarnation on the basis of evidence.’

– Dr. Ian Stevenson, (A Matter of Death & Life)

Our reality of feeling and analyzing

1. The Art of Being Human: Haptonomy (Affectivity – to communicate at a deep, deep level)

2. Our living environment: Plasma Universe (Electricity)

3. Our economical environment: Austrian School (Praxeology – The science of human action)

4. No boundaries or borders: Openness (Open Source)

5. Mathematics: Complexity Science (I and We – the parts and the whole)

Every being needs warmth, needs affectivity

‘Haptonomy demonstrates that faculties every human being should possess are nowadays more and more under-developed, they lie fallow, or are atrophied, if not totally absent. However, these faculties are of fundamental interest for contacts, interactions and human relationships. It is the absence of affective confirmation which hinders their development.’

– Frans Veldman, Confirming Affectivity, the Dawn of Human Life, page 296

In an endless electric environment which contains data

‘But if there was no Big Bang, how -and when- did the universe begin? “There is no rational reason to doubt that the universe has existed indefinitely, for an infinite time,” Alfvén explained. “It is only myth that attempts to say how the universe came to be, either four thousand or twenty billion years ago.”‘

– Anthony L. Peratt, ‘Dean of the Plasma Dissidents‘, The World & I, May 1988, pp. 190-197

Where there is a place where humans act in a purposeful manner

‘Thus praxeology is human in a double sense. It is human because it claims for its theorems, within the sphere precisely defined in the underlying assumptions, universal validity for all human action. It is human moreover because it deals only with human action and does not aspire to know anything about nonhuman—whether subhuman or superhuman—action.’

– Ludwig von Mises, Human Action, page 36

Within a realm of infinite possibilities of growth, grasp and perception

‘..but when we discovered during our experiments that we were achieving deep levels of the mind and our subjects were able to anticipate our questions—that is, they gave us answers before we presented the question—we knew that we were on the threshold of a whole new dimension of mind and man’s control of his own mind.’

– José Silva, Science – The Silva Method, page 7

The perception of feeling-information and ratio-information

‘In everyday life we are continually bombarded by huge amounts of data, in the form of images, sounds, and so on. To be able to make use of this data we must reduce it to more manageable proportions. And this is what perception and analysis attempt to do. Their role in effect is to take large volumes of raw data and extract from it summaries that we can use.’

– Stephen Wolfram, What Perception and Analysis Do, page 548

Where action crosses boundaries of life and death

‘However, now we are tailing about a mind’s influence on a body across the gap of death.’

– Dr. Ian Stevenson, Some of My Journeys in Medicine (Birthmarks & Birth Defects)

Action interacting with electricity

‘With regard to praxeology the errors of the philosophers are due to their complete ignorance of economics and very often to their shockingly insufficient knowledge of history.’

– Ludwig von Mises, Human Action, page 32 & 33

Where there is no beginning nor end of the Second Line of Evolution of Constant Change & Possibilities

‘The claim to have evidence of a second line of evolution is, I need hardly say, a large one, and if it does not challenge any substantial knowledge it certainly does throw into question many common assumptions about the nature of man, especially those concerning the relationship between mind and brain. To this I add the heterodox idea that certain birth defects and even some internal diseases may have mental causes anteceding the conception of a person’s body. In presuming to doubt the ideas about the nature of man that most Western scientists hold, I can take comfort in an aphorism of the great French neurologist Charcot: “La the’orie, c’est bon, mais ? a n’empeche pas d’exister.” Those who would judge my conclusions should first examine the evidence that has led me to them.’

– Dr. Ian Stevenson, Some of My Journeys in Medicine

To fulfill ones destiny

‘Philosophy is but the conscious and critical accompaniment of Man’s journeying towards his destiny. This journeying is called religion in many cultures.’

– Raimon Panikkar, Religion, Philosophy and Culture, 2000

Joram Zutt (Thought comes before speech)

2Grid – To create an environment where we learn the Art of Being Human