The form one assumes in physicality is selected as by an act of consciousness, even though it none-the-less appears to have arisen as the result of an interplay among physical forces as determined by genetics and so forth. If this is indeed the case then the body is an agent which must be directly responsive to consciousness as mediated by the mind itself and is itself responsive to any act of healing that may be willed thereby.
This publication covers macrobiotic healing as well as a number of non-physical interventions that can be obtained through various meditative techniques.
It is anticipated that further instruction may be required particularly in respect of meditation techniques and general background information concerning the both the overall spiritual context in which meditation falls as well as in particular aspects of practice. Accordingly additional on-line resources are suggested. Much of the material herein was produced to assist in winning a battle against breast cancer that was successfully undertaken within the author’s own family so that a certain “authenticity” flows there-from into the account. Additionally a WWW link is provided into the author’s web-site where additional pertinent details are presented concerning that campaign-for-life in the form of an annotated step by step account of all the advice and procedures that were involved.
Born: New Zealand 1938, spent my early years on a sheep farm in the Waikato. Attended the University of Auckland and The University of California, Santa Barbara where I studied marine biology and population ecology respectively. Went on to teach experimental field ecology at The University of British Columbia from whence I strayed into environmental activism. During the course of my scientific career published widely in technical journals across the fields of ecology, environmental assessment, global warming as well as a number of articles dealing with the theory and practice of environmental activism. I eventually joined UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) spending fourteen years in the Jakarta Office before retiring as a Director of The International Oceanographic Commission (IOC) in 1999. Have an extremely well-founded understanding of the relationship between science and social practice having also spent time with The State of Michigan Toxic Substances Control Commission where he designed and implemented clean-up procedures applied by the state in controlling instances of toxic substance contamination in the environment.
My foray into the area of self-analysis and subsequent projection into the profound provoked a complete reversal of my previously solid view of external physicality now finding complete agreement with Sri Ramana in observing “That the world and the mind arise as one but of the two the world depends on the mind alone the only reality being that in which this inseparable pair have their rising and setting – The One Self Alone”.read more
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