Do You Love Einstein?

DO YOU LOVE EINSTEIN offers a synthesis of realms of knowledge that hitherto were either blinded out from human consciousness or that were seen from a disparaging perspective that is in turn the result of mental and emotional fragmentation. Genius research, perennial science traditions and research on the quantum field are only seemingly different topics; in truth, they belong systemically together. The need for this book is evident in a time where intuition is more and more replaced by academia and scientific ‘authorities’, and where people begin to build awareness of their multiple fragmentations.

The book is destined to broaden the reader’s awareness for apprehending a network of hidden connections that is spanning the whole gamut of human experience, from science to art, from the inner religio to the outer ritual, from the ether to the quantum field, to arrive at a comprehension of human potential, incarnated in genius, which is the highest realization of human complexity.

The book brings together the realms of modern complexity research, genius research, and systems theory as it was mainly developed by scientists like Ilya Prigogine, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela and Fritjof Capra.

The reason why most people cannot attain the level of human genius is not because genius is ‘inborn’ – all research namely shows that it is not – but because they are not critical enough in the face of conformity pressure and the general solidifying framework of modern consumer culture that models citizens instead of accepting them as they are – in their full humanity.

While the great lay public is the primary audience of the book, it may also be of interest for academic researchers, especially when their research was spanning the gamut of consciousness, systems theory, quantum physics, genius research and complexity, as well as the characteristics of living systems, nested hierarchies, autopoiesis, and the self-regulation mechanisms and multiple feedback loops that are part of all living organisms. To such intelligent readers the author’s integrative vision may come over as organic and plausible.

Energy Science and Vibrational Healing

ENERGY SCIENCE AND VIBRATIONAL HEALING is a concise study on the etiology and psychological intricacies of sexual paraphilias. The author advances a theory of emotional awareness building quite in opposition to current sexology in that he redefines the nature of human sexuality. Accordingly, he advances a complete roadmap for dealing constructively with pedophilic desire and for healing both nonsexual and sexual sadism.

Based upon Eastern and native wisdom and perennial science, the author develops a functional concept for what he calls ’emosexual attraction’, which explains human sexual attraction as a consequence of ’emotional predilection’, and not with the current psychological concept of ‘sexual drives’.

For elucidating his point systemically, the author forged a vocabulary specifically destined to bring coherence in a landscape of dozens of notions used, in various cultures, and by various scientists, for the human energy field. This vocabulary, then, he called ‘Emonics’, which stands for ‘Emotional Identity Code Science’. Based upon this unifying terminology, he proceeded to elaborating an assessment and treatment approach to sexual paraphilias in general, and pedophilia, in particular.

As under the present paradigm, forensic psychiatry and law enforcement act upon outdated premises and assumptions, and a mechanistic understanding of sexuality, the author dares into defining new holistic concepts such as ‘pedoemotions’, ‘pedoerotics’, ’emosexuality’ or ’emosexcoaching’ that form part of his scientific discoveries. In addition, he has redefined notions such as ‘erotic intelligence’, ‘co-dependence’ or ’emotional abuse’, arguing that the mechanistic concept of ‘sexual drives’ was counterproductive to comprehending and integrating the human energy field, thereby missing the point to describe human sexuality in a functional and ethically sound manner.

Erós and Agapé

Erós and Agapé: A Case For Healing The Split is a concise study on the roots of violence. The author shows in a step-by-step approach that is intelligible also to the lay reader that violence as a ‘negative pleasure function’ is by and large the result of a functional distortion of the human energy field.

He coined twenty years of research on human emotions in their quality as bioenergetic streamings in the slogan that ‘violence begins inside’, explaining in detail that the overarching etiology of individual, domestic, sexual, collective and structural violence is killing off desire as a result of moralistic perversion and life-denial.

What distinguishes this study is that it presents research evidence for the often overlooked bioenergetic origins of violence showing that the historical turndown of the human pleasure function through the replacement of genuine erotic loving attraction with compulsive morality or moralism and love prohibitions resulted in an inevitable upsurge of violence because all desire, all love, all genuine eroticism we repress and deny turns against us; then, the vital energy that feeds desire reverses its polarity and becomes demonic.

In addition, the author reviews research on early tactile deprivation conducted by Herbert James Campbell, James W. Prescott, Ashley Montagu, Frederick Leboyer, Michel Odent and others that shows the importance of early tactile pleasure in infancy and childhood for the development of the neurointegrative brain and the learning of peaceful, affectionate behaviors.

All research points to the undeniable fact that violence is learnt, not inborn, and not part of natural human behavior, a response of the biosystem to the denial of pleasure in whatever form it occurs. As such, the author argues, violence really is a collective perversion in all societies that replaced genuine erotic attraction with the moralistic distinction of love into erós and agapé. The most important research results are:
– Violence is learnt, not inborn, and not part of natural human behavior;
– Violence is a response of the biosystem to the denial of pleasure/desire;
– Violence is a collective malfunctioning of a society that replaced love with moralism.

The study contains a draft bill that abolishes criminal prosecution of all sexual behaviors, grants children the right for free-choice relations, and allows intergenerational sex without for that matter giving a free license to the cause of pedophilia. The bill also provides clear guidelines what constitutes a consenting embrace vs. sexual violence against a child.

For cases, where violence was used to entice a child into sexual compliance, a form of state-trusted consultancy is stipulated by the bill that endows consultants with the task to consult the law-breaker for up to five years.

The Life Authoring Manual

THE LIFE AUTHORING MANUAL presents a self-coaching technique Pierre F. Walter has developed as a result of a prolonged sabbatical, a psychotherapy and a self-therapy with Transactional Analysis (TA). It was a process spanning over two decades and resulted in the author’s changing his career, to become a training facilitator and life coach.

The technique is less esoteric than many others that are fashionable today, solidly grounded in our own tradition, using a combination of story writing, positive affirmations and voice dialogue to heal the scars of trauma and abuse, raise emotional self-awareness, build vision and dramatically boost creativity and spontaneity through inner child recovery, healing and art work.

People generally know what authoring is, as for example authoring a book. But can one author one’s life? The author claims that the method has proven to work in his self-therapy, realizing that it facilitates overcoming child trauma and sexual hangups, resolving a ’reject complex’ or a co-dependence or emotional abuse pattern, and helping to realize unused talents, virgin potential, or an ’old dream’.

Life Authoring does not mean that people become fiction authors. No writing skill is needed, and writing style is not to be epic but flow-style, practicing a deliberate let-go attitude. When the old sages said that ‘writing is healing’, they alluded to the fact that our consciousness is self-healing, self-cleaning and self-renewing. This is, then, what Life Authoring can effect, a total transformation of the personality into something more coherent and more in alignment with the person’s soul values. The result of such an integrative work will produce positive results on all planes, the professional, the financial, the intimate and the spiritual planes all at once.

Love and Awareness

LOVE AND AWARENESS is a rather unusual study showing the mutual interdependence between love and awareness. The author asks the uncanny questions if love is not perhaps an intense level of awareness or if not, vice versa, awareness is perhaps just another word for love?

Taking an integrative approach, the author shows that we have by and large suppressed the intuitive wisdom of the ancient world and replaced it by what we use to call knowledge or science but which has little to do with the quality of our perception, but rather deals with information processing. Hence, the bold question to answer for the author was, what actually is perception, and how does it work?

Retracing the research of Edward de Bono and others on the human memory surface, the author shows with many examples why what we call ‘reality’ is actually a ‘processed reality’, and not one that is pure and that we perceive directly; while the author doesn’t deny the existence of direct perception, he concludes that this form of purity in perceiving reality is laid away with those who have gone through pychotherapy, and else those yogis, saints or masters who have integrated their perception bias and are aware of the pitfalls inherent in the perception process.

Based upon his experience as a human resource facilitator, the author notes that people often do not realize their highest potential because they lack a critical mindset in the face of conformity pressure and the general solidifying framework of modern consumer culture that models citizens instead of accepting them as they are – in their full humanity. To develop humanity at a level beyond the norm, self-awareness, love and critical thinking must go together, whereas mere criticism leads to inevitable projections.

The study also contains a rather extended discussion of Krishnamurti’s teaching regarding love and awareness, including a discussion about what K meant when he spoke about the ‘content of consciousness’ and what was his position regarding the interrelatedness of love and awareness.