Filling in the gap between science and esoteric or shamanistic points of view, bioenergetics offers an original exploration of the interaction between the subtle and material aspects of the world. Years of research have questioned the way invisible and timeless dimensions operate, thus giving plausible explanations as to their action on the physical level. Recently this line of thought has been reinforced by new studies on morphogenesis as well as by discoveries on the role played by repetitive patterns in supporting the interactions between non-material mental realities and physical ones. Such patterns are trans-generational when experienced and transmitted in family lines, from one generation to the next, over centuries. Fresh investigations show that transgenerational patterns have an impact on the physical, emotional, mental and energetic levels structuring human beings, thus explaining a large number of varied but common psychic disorders. The purpose of 'BEYOND THE TIME TRAP' is also to propose new insights on how past problems are disturbing people in the present, the idea being to facilitate the emergence of a wider conscience more apt to solve personal troubles in an efficient manner.Biographie de l'auteur :
Thomas Edye grew up in Switzerland. In 1978, he graduated in electrical engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology. His curiosity and sensitivity turned his quest for answers into an exploration of many varied disciplines, from energetic and holistic medicine to psychology, tarot, coaching and psycho-genealogy, from geo-biology,bioenergy, shamanic approaches to the development of mediumistic abilities. In 2010, he published work on his research concerning the transgenerational patterns he had started to define three years earlier.
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Description du livre CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. État : Brand New. 170 pages. 9.00x0.39x6.00 inches. This item is printed on demand. N° de réf. du libraire zk1475100620