The book – ‘The Mystery of the Human Spirit further unravelled’ – is based on anthropology, philosophy, haptonomy, geography and spirituality.
‘The Mystery of the Human Spirit further unravelled’ is the only book in existence that explains the subtle functioning and laws of the Human Spirit in relation to unsolved old mysteries, actual phenomena, affective-, mental-, neuro-degenerative- and somatic conditions.
This ethical, innovative and valuable knowledge can trigger a revolution in the area of Personal Health Management for the individual citizen.
The moving paradigm in science
In philosophy, a paradigm is a set of related models and theories that form a conceptual framework that can be used to analyse ‘reality’. Thomas Kuhn, the philosopher of science, described the progressive development of knowledge in the form of paradigms. By increasingly applying the scientific method, perceptions appear that do not fit into the existing models or paradigms (anomalies).
For some time, it is possible to fit the new perception into the model by tweaking it slightly, but sometimes the accumulation of adjustments can put increasing pressure on a model; the model is no longer pretty but contains a lot of exceptions or circumstances. At such moments a new set of theories can emerge, a new paradigm, which in some way can explain all the perceptions that have been identified until that moment. A group of scientists form who adhere to the new theory, but simultaneously other scientists will develop resistance toward this change; the latter group will keep defending the old theory.
When the new theory turns out to be successful and its following grows, we speak of a moving paradigm.
The current effective (medical) science proposes that human feelings are subjective and are therefore not suitable as a research method. This statement is an outdated paradigm!
It is certainly possible to use the nervous system – the sixth sense – to sense consciously and to gather controllable, verifiable and reproductive data wich is entirely valid for scientific purposes. Haptonomy – the science of affectivity – has proven this for decades.
The world-famous neurologist Antonio R. Damassio is professor of neuroscience at the University of Southern California and professor of neurology at the University of Iowa. He is one of the world’s leading researchers into neurology.
In his book with the Descartian title ‘I feel therefore I am’, he writes: ‘We think and feel with the same brain’. His book further states: ‘The idea that subjectively gathered data is unsuited for scientific use, is nonsense’.
dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a neuro-anatomist associated with the Indiana University School of Medicine and spokeswoman for the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center. She says the following about feeling and thinking: ‘We call ourselves Homo Sapiens, the thinking human. That is not true. We are feeling beings, that also think’.
A unique, innovative research method: Happerceptive Participating Observation (HPO)
Scientific methodology is a systematic method of gathering knowledge, based on perceptions, measurements, forecasts, experiments, verification and falsification.
By creatively and eclectically combining my Happerceptive Sensitive ability from Haptonomy and the Participating Observation research method from cultural anthropology, a unique innovative research method has emerged: Happerceptive Participating Observation (HPO).
I have applied this unique and innovative method of research to unravel the mysterie of the Human Spirit.
The HPO is based on an optimally developed Happerceptive Sensitivity to consciously sense the subtle functioning and laws of the unique personal spiritual field of a fellow human being and de unique collective spiritual field of the particular culture, the ethnic tribe, the social class of the economic group.
This high Happerceptive Sensitivity can only be developed through prolonged solitary meditation in nature, by which the Happerceptive Sensitivity is a normal human ability wich has bean deafened in today’s strictly rational conditioning of human beings or it has not been developed in the first place.
A human being who has developed his Happerceptive Sensitivity optimally is able to translate subjective feelings and information into rational logical laws that are completely valid scientifically.