The Secret Science: The Huna Knowledge of the Cosmic Energy Field is a scholarly article both for neophytes and professionals on the subject of the Huna knowledge of the cosmic energy field.
The article also elucidates that we have a heretic knowledge tradition also in our culture that did know and actively research about the cosmic energy field, as well as the human biofield.
The analysis is actually stunning as it lets clearly appear that the Kahunas had long ago the knowledge about life we are now heading into through systems theory, quantum physics and discovery of the unified field. Hence, our ‘new science’ is a return to the oldest of sciences, as we have holistic knowledge traditions both in our own culture and in Huna and other native cultures that have all very old holistic science traditions.
The Missing Link is an essay in which I assert and explain why art – because of our sense for beauty, harmonious design, and general feelings of aesthetics – is the missing link between science and religion.
In fact, art, science, and religion were all one whole back in antiquity when the ‘sage’ in the East, and the ‘natural philosopher’ in the West were all in one person:
From the Ether to the Quantum Field is an essay in which I retrace the scientific development of the notion of the ether, as it dominated 19th century science, to the notion of the quantum field that is the final answer of modern science to the cosmic energy field as well as the human biofield that various researchers have detected and described, and that they all termed differently. Because of the terminological confusion, it was not obvious that all those researchers, from Carl Jung to Harold Saxton Burr, were actually talking about one and the same thing.
The Aquarius Age: New Values for a New Era is an essay about how the New Age or Aquarius Age we are about to enter as humanity from about 2020 is going to change our basic values, at least those accepted by the countries pertaining to the Western Hemisphere. The values discussed are the following:
1) The Value of Systemic Thinking
2) The Value of Individuality
3) The Value of Social Diversity
4) The Value of Permissiveness
5) The Value of Boundless Self-Expression
6) The Value of Global Cooperation
7) The Value of Self-Regulation
8) The Value of Political Transparence
9) The Value of Vision
Reaching Wholeness: Questions and Answers is a FAQ for better understanding the quest for overcoming fragmentation as a primary goal for spiritual self-development. It consists of 11 Sessions and comprehensively deals with the following subject matters:
1) Reaching Wholeness
2) Quality of Your Life
3) The Law of Attraction
4) Latent Thoughts Manifest
5) The Creative Process
6) Reality and Ideology
7) The Life Authoring Method
9) A Winning Attitude
10) Habit of Happiness
11) Success Strategies
Gain Emotional Wholeness: The Power of Emotional Flow is a selfhelp guide for handling your emotions constructively and expressing them positively.
The guide explains the flow nature, and energy nature of human emotions and why they need to flow in order to be healthy and positive.
It has long not been understood in our culture that emotions are not cognitive elements but streams of vital energy in motion, and they are called e-motions because they are bioelectric motions within our bioplasma.
The guide is completed with precise instructions for handling hot and virulent emotions such as anger, rage, jealousy, and feelings of revenge.
13 Ways for Reaching Wholeness: A Roadmap is a selfhelp guide that proposes thirteen techniques for becoming whole again and overcome fragmentation.
These 13 Ways for Reaching Wholeness are:
1) Listen to Your Body
2) Watch Your Thoughts
3) Listen to Good Music
4) Learn Healthy Breathing
5) Integrate Your Emotions
6) Develop Self-Expression
7) Integrate Your Younger Self
8) Use Your Subconscious Mind
9) Declare Your Life’s Purpose
10) Practice Meditation
11) Develop Your Right-Brain Qualities
12) Accept Yourself and Embrace Others
13) Build Trust
The Warrior of Peace: Building a Service Attitude is a guide to modern servant-leadership or team leadership that focuses on building a service attitude.
Why does our attitude have such a strong impact on performance? The answer is simple while the reality behind the answer is complex: Attitudes are like glasses; they mold our perception, they define how we see the world, how we perceive reality.
Already two thousand five hundred years ago, Sun-Tzu (544-496 BC) developed a personal philosophy based on attitude rather than on belief or ideas. The present article uses the image of a ‘Warrior of Peace’ for implementing the idea of a service attitude being based on values that are performance-driven in the same manner as a warrior in war tries to give his very best to win the battle; here the warrior is not one for fighting in a war but a warrior for his company to succeed in the market.
The Six Jewels of the Servant-Leader is a guide to modern servant-leadership or team leadership that comes with a handy six-steps scheme, from Step 1: Vision Building to Step Six: Create Ability.
As uncanny as it sounds, but 2600 years ago, the Daoist sage Lao-tzu has described precisely the qualities of the servant leader in the Dao De Ching with the laconic dictum that when the task is accomplished, and the leader had the right qualities in place, the people will say ‘We have done it all by ourselves.’
That selfless leading is not child play, but requires self-discipline, integrity and accountability next to years of practicing ‘serving by leading,’ everybody will know who is familiar with the requirements of leading organizations in our time of global change and constant challenges to the established ways of doing.
Learning, Creativity and Career: A Roadmap is a guide for speed-learning and high creative output. The essay is written by one of those who developed his own speed-learning techniques as early as in high-school and who today, in his sixties, learns x-times faster than in his younger years.
For language learning, there is namely no need to learn grammar nor vocabulary, but languages can be learnt in the way a child picks up their mother tongue: by learning passively and intuitively, one step at a time, one lesson a day.
The article also reveals the secrets of creativity and spontaneity, and how learning can be made fruitful for one’s career in any sector of employment, and at any age.