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A Quote by zaadzster_1 on hugging, physiology, holographic, and wave forms

the remembered image of a thing can have as much impact on the senses as the thing itself.  It can also have a powerful effect on the body's physiology, a state of affairs that has been experienced firsthand by anyone who has ever felt their heart race after imagining hugging a loved one.  Or anyone who has ever felt their palms grow sweaty after conjuring up the memory of some unusually frightening experience.  At first glance the fact that the body cannot always distinguish between an imagined event and a real one seems strange, but when one takes the holographic model into account-a model that asserts that all experiences, whether real or imagined, are reduced to the same common language of holographically organized wave forms-the situation becomes less puzzling.  Or as Achterberg puts it, "When images are regarded in the holographic manner, their omnipotent influence on physical function logically follows.  The image, the behavior, and the physiological concomitants are a unified aspect of the same phenomenon".

Michael Talbot

Source: The Holographic Universe

Contributed by: Taikunping

A Quote by Sol Luckman on neurology, biochemistry, electromagnetics, brain, hologram, holographic, bioholography, hard-drive, software, biocomputer, frequency, vibration, cymatics, dna, dna activation, life-wave, torsion, chopra, cells, fields, possibili

New neurological research indicates that humans’ tremendous brainpower, even operating below ten percent of our capacity, results not just from biochemistry but from the brain’s impressive ability to function as a holographic data storage and retrieval system (a “hard-drive”) that employs different light angles to read information (“software”). This implies ... that the brain is a sophisticated holographic biocomputer that operates through electromagnetic frequencies. Not surprisingly, DNA has been shown to function very similarly. Human biology may thus be considered electromagnetic at the level of its manifestation from the torsion life-wave that sustains it. As Deepak Chopra has observed, human cells, far from being merely functional vessels, are in actuality electromagnetic fields of possibility and potential.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 107

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A Quote by Sol Luckman on vedic, yoga, meditation, diet, higher-dimensional, energy, bioenergy, prana, taoist, chi, tesla, scalar, bearden, distance healing, free electricity, reich, orgone, aether, ether, light, torsion energy, holographic, hologram, an

The Vedics created an elaborate science spanning yoga, meditation and diet for pooling this higher-dimensional energy, which they termed “prana,” into their bodies. The Taoists developed a similar science for cultivating “chi.” Early in the 20th Century, Nikola Tesla theorized the existence of “scalar” waves (subsequently popularized by Tom Bearden) that transcend spatial limitations and are capable of acting instantaneously at a distance. Tesla created a prototype scalar system for free electricity using no generators or wires. Later, Wilhelm Reich became famous experimenting with “orgone” energy. Aether, prana, chi, scalar, orgone—all are names for the light-based aspect of the same spiritual or torsion energy that gave (and continues to give) rise to the holographic multiverse.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 65..66

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