The Missing Mind of Hippocrates: Spiritual, philosophical and mystical secret of sciences Truth and controversies [NOOK Book]

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In this book, entitled "The Missing Mind of Hippocrates," I have addressed spiritual,
philosophical, mystical and scientifi c fact. To demonstrate that we are spending our time in
vain in seeking ways to extend our survival in leading research on invisible molecules and showing
invalid scenario. The problem is elsewhere. I would not like ...
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The Missing Mind of Hippocrates: Spiritual, philosophical and mystical secret of sciences Truth and controversies

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Overview

In this book, entitled "The Missing Mind of Hippocrates," I have addressed spiritual,
philosophical, mystical and scientifi c fact. To demonstrate that we are spending our time in
vain in seeking ways to extend our survival in leading research on invisible molecules and showing
invalid scenario. The problem is elsewhere. I would not like to address these issues. If generally
we can consider ourselves as the sole body, the association of knowledge about the beliefs would
help doctors to prevent and cure many diseases without great efforts. Some characters as spiritual,
administrative, political, socio-cultural and medical must be involved in this matter. Let us forget
our religious, philosophical, cultural or ethnic affi liation. Learn the truth, compassion, meditate,
transcend and we will infl uence our survival and our responsibility.
Human beings have lost their viability to 1 and 12%? Here, you can see the average of
our wellness through the connection of the seven dimensions of wellness (physical, emotional,
intellectual, environmental, social, spiritual and transcendental) to transpersonal tips (awareness,
pity, truth, motivation, wisdom, personal transformation).
The world is working to reduce the mortality rate and increase survival and life expectancy,
without taking this aspect into account. We are at risk of being all of us under the average age of
maturity, from the ever life, eternity, 2000 years, 1000 years, 500 years, 250 years, 150years, and
100 years to 50 years of age as a life expectancy at this century.
There was an original gene (GENE-U), mutated to molecular gene (master of life
expectancy). Each century, molecular genes undergo multiple transformations in its mystical
correlation to GENE-U. Life expectancy will fall to 30, 20, 10, 5 and 0 and human life of our
race will disappear to leave life to new species of human-being, probably with a new GENE-U.
At this point we can claim the end of the world, not gratuitously to prophesise through different
phenomena. This is a paganism which put the world a complicated situation.
Finally I conclude that the end of the world is when the expectancy life reaches the biological
immature age, however humans become unable to reproduce and take care of others.
A child can live only for determined times and pass on. What will remain? What about
Homo erectus, Homo habilis, Homo sapiens? Why not HOMO XXXX?
In this book, there is truth and controversies about transpersonal studies applied in clinical
trials, these were conducted using statistical methodology.
Meditation is a master our wellbeing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781465304223
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 10/19/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,290,408
  • File size: 446 KB

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