Adventure as a path to knowledge

Human beings are wired to transform and grow on different levels – biologically and psychologically, from their first until their last heart beat. The first years of our lives we grow biologically and psychologically in an almost synchronous form. Once we come to the end of our biological growth process, we still transform our body in the most miraculous and most consistent way without losing the potential for growth. As a fully biologically developed individual our growth process is more centred within us. Growth potential continues to exist for instance on an emotional level or the ability to reflect about yourself (introspection).

From observing my own healing process and from clinical observations made over 20 years of professional tenure, I can summarize that triggering soft changes in consciousness is the highest art of practising medicine. Changes in consciousness always trigger changes on the physical level. The simple truth is that science does not yet fully understand consciousness. 

My clinical observations bring me to the conclusion that consciousness is located all over our body and not just in the brain. The brain is the main actor in the emergence of consciousness within us. However all the organs and tissue composing the human body participate in us becoming conscious. My understanding is that there are two parts: The physical part (body level) of our existence and the consciousness part (non physical) of our existence. Motions, emotions, thoughts, intentions etc, are phenomena between the two parts. We simply cannot separate the two parts of the whole. What’s happening on the physical level impacts the consciousness and what’s happening in the consciousness impacts the physical part. I am deeply convinced that human beings are biologically designed to grow and evolve towards becoming more and more conscious as most of our doing and existence is unconscious. Such an understanding massively changes the perspective on health and disease as healing would be equal to becoming more conscious. Studying myself while suffering and overcoming Malaria several times as well as studying other people battling Malaria along with working with people massively traumatized by war in war affected countries like Afghanistan, has helped me a lot to conceptualise my observations.

Adventure as a path to knowledge

Human beings are wired to transform and grow on different levels – biologically and psychologically, from their first until their last heart beat. The first years of our lives we grow biologically and psychologically in an almost synchronous form. Once we come to the end of our biological growth process, we still transform our body in the most miraculous and most consistent way without losing the potential for growth. As a fully biologically developed individual our growth process is more centred within us. Growth potential continues to exist for instance on an emotional level or the ability to reflect about yourself (introspection).

From observing my own healing process and from clinical observations made over 20 years of professional tenure, I can summarize that triggering soft changes in consciousness is the highest art of practising medicine. Changes in consciousness always trigger changes on the physical level. The simple truth is that science does not yet fully understand consciousness.

My clinical observations bring me to the conclusion that consciousness is located all over our body and not just in the brain. The brain is the main actor in the emergence of consciousness within us. However all the organs and tissue composing the human body participate in us becoming conscious. My understanding is that there are two parts: The physical part (body level) of our existence and the consciousness part (non physical) of our existence. Motions, emotions, thoughts, intentions etc, are phenomena between the two parts. We simply cannot separate the two parts of the whole. What’s happening on the physical level impacts the consciousness and what’s happening in the consciousness impacts the physical part. I am deeply convinced that human beings are biologically designed to grow and evolve towards becoming more and more conscious as most of our doing and existence is unconscious. Such an understanding massively changes the perspective on health and disease as healing would be equal to becoming more conscious. Studying myself while suffering and overcoming Malaria several times as well as studying other people battling Malaria along with working with people massively traumatized by war in war affected countries like Afghanistan, has helped me a lot to conceptualise my observations.

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