Quantum Doctor, The: A Quantum Physicist Explains the Healing Power of Integral Medicine
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For quantum physicist Amit Goswami, medicine is a timely area of application for the new science based on the primacy of consciousness. This new science has a spectacular ability to integrate conventional science, spirituality, and healing. If any field needs integration, says Goswami, it is medicine and healing.
Goswami boldly reinterprets the leading methods of alternative medicine -- homeopathy, Chinese medicine, acupuncture, Ayurveda, and conventional medicine in this new edition of his popular book. He shows how these seemingly different models can be combined into a new system of integrative medicine and offers profound insights into the relationship between physics and consciousness.
This approach offers physicians and patients a whole new way of applying healthcare with a greater potential for healing and could be the basis for a major paradigm shift in medicine.
of its vital blueprint is called fu organs. Each of the organ representations of a class simultaneously has promotion and control relationships with other members of the class. This means feedback, a circular relationship. An example will clarify the circularity of the Chinese way of setting up relationships. Fire is controlled by water, but fire cannot directly control water. It can, however, promote earth, which can control water. Thus feedback is indirectly allowed, giving circularity. What
creates the memory? Who looks via the mirror of memory? The self is always lurking behind the behavioral language. You hear somebody calling you an idiot, and you become angry. A trick of memory, certainly. But there is no effect if you don't know the meaning of the word “idiot.” So your reaction depends on the conscious mental processing that you did originally with the meaning of this word. Memories are representations of mental meaning. When we understand that consciousness and the mind are
mental response to the stressors. The question is this: How do we process our mind? Since mind is a quantum system, there are only three ways we can process it: fundamental creativity (the ability for quantum leaping from known contexts of mental meaning); situational creativity (the ability to create new meaning from a combination of known contexts); and conditioning (using known mental meaning). This gives us three qualities of the mind. Recognizing these qualities of the mind was a profound
judgment, just as a juror is supposed to do with courtroom evidence. How does one work with excessive hyperactivity? The basic objective here is to slow down. What does “slow down” accomplish? Do an experiment. Take a coffee break right now while you are reading this book. No hurry, the book is not going to run away. Make the coffee (or tea) as a ritual, paying attention to every step. When the coffee is prepared, sit down with a cup. Slowly lift the cup to your mouth and take a sip. Watch the
cause of “survival benefit.” But they don't care to explain where the prerogative for survival, which is neither a physical nor a chemical property of matter, comes from. Similarly, allopathic doctors never ask, from whence the efficacy of placebo? Also, mysteriously, placebo cures, although real, are often only temporary. How so? Nobody asks. Then there are all those reported cases of spontaneous healing that may be triggered by a variety of stimuli, medical procedures, and sometimes just plain