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Textbook of Aurasurgery 2017 ebook

Mathias Künlen

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Aurasurgery describes an efficient and reliable approach in Mental Healing. Aurasurgery represents a subtle surgery, in which operations are carried out exclusively in the energy body (aura) of the patient and thus extracorporeally. Any direct contact between the patient and the physician is only provided in exceptional cases. We also speak of "virtual operations in the aura". Healing as a central task and the goal of any medical action takes place by means of the energetic and informative exchange between physician and patient, using conventional surgical instruments. The corresponding principles are derived from the interdisciplinary findings of Quantum Physics, the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the informatics and the Asian Martial Arts. The method of aurasurgery opens up new possibilities which are inconceivable with conventional medical procedures. Energy and information represent the essential ingredients of life and of any medical activity. By applying consciousness techniques and operative methods, the physician specifically reprograms the consciousness of the patient via the aura. Aurasurgery is characterized by a methodological concreteness, which can be applied effectively in daily medical practice. It provides the basis for a new and time or rather cost-saving medicine in the 21st century, which is characterized by humanity, effectiveness, simplicity, precision and the absence of side effects. Aurasurgery is a supplement to established medicine systems, such as school medicine or the complementary medicine. It does explicitly not claim for any exclusivity and should always be compared to other methodologies in accordance with its indication and, under certain circumstances, be additionally applied. Aurasurgery does not require any particular aptitude, but can be learnt and applied by everybody. As animated spiritual beings, all human beings are able to act between each other by using energies and information according to the principles described in this book.

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All we are is the result of what we have thought.

Buddha, 623 B.C.

Content

Preface Gerhard Klügl

Introduction

Chapter 1

What ist Aurasurgery?

Definition

Aura

Goal

Delimitation

Principle

Specialities

Indications

Subtle surgery

Mental healing

Morphic Fields

Assessment by school medicine

Paradigm shift

Shaping the world

Chapter 2

Terminology

Matter

Energy

Soul

Spirit

Consciousness

Information

Communication

Programming

Materialization

Epigenetics

Healing

Chapter 3

Rules and principles

Aurasurgical session

Individuality

Consent to the patient

Connection to the universe

Kinesiology

Auradiagnostics:

Resonance

Energy follows attention

Surrogates

Instruments

Aurasurgical strategies

Chapter 4

Levels of consciousness

Chapter 5

Energy control

Systematic of energy control

Resonance optimization: Energy control within the same element

Energy control via cycles

Generating Cycle (parent-child relationship)

Inhibiting Cycle (child-parent relationship)

Controlling Cycle (grandparent-grandchild relationship)

Insulting Cycle (grandchild-grandparent relationship)

Intuitive memorization aids

Chapter 6

Karmic patterns

Definition

Dissolution of karmic patterns

Guilt, oath and vows

Hanging

Garrotte

Beheading

Slavery yoke

Drowning

Spillage

Shooting

Breaking on the wheel

Impalement

Evisceration

Crucifixion

Fourth division

Electric chair

Gassing

Factory farming

Medical experiments

Pyre

Stretching bank

Buried alive

Cutting off limbs

Pillory

Dungeon with mice and rats

Castration

Black magic

Failed escape

Fear of heights

Chapter 7

Therapy examples

Orthopedics

Pelvic obliquity

Hip arthrosis

Intervertebral disc degeneration

Disc prolapse

Scoliosis

Spinal channel stenosis

Arthrosis of the shoulder

Frozen shoulder

Biceps tendon rupture

Arthrosis of the carpal bones

Middle hand fracture

Knee joint arthrosis

Patellar tip syndrome

Meniscus lesions

Achilles tendon syndrome

Hallux valgus

Amputation, blood block and CRPS

Internal Medicine

Thyroid

Gallstones

Arterial hypertension

Autoimmune diseases

Bronchial asthma

Ankyloglosson

Umbilical hernia, omphalocele

Diabetes mellitus

Tumors

Vascular occlusion

Neurology

Whiplash injury

Parkinson's disease

Migraine

Multiple sclerosis

Trigeminal neuralgia

Plexus paresis

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Acoustic neurinoma

Synovial cyst

Psychiatry

Dermatology

Alopecia areata

Cosmetic surgery

Ulcus cruris

Ophthalmology

Macular degeneration

Glaucoma

Cataract

Otolaryngology

Tonsillitis

Urology

Prostate hyperplasia

Bladder infections

Conclusion

Bibliography

About the author

Offers

Index

Preface Gerhard Klügl

When I first came into contact with Aurasurgery in 1997, I had no idea of how much this idea would propagate. Although the results of the first treatments were very successful and physicians also allowed me to treat in their practices, I was never sure whether I would practice charlatanry. It was only proven by trials at the institute with Prof. Gary Schwartz in Tucson (Arizona) that every single treatment step could be demonstrated by means of Kirlian photography during the aurasurgical treatment. Since then, 20 years have passed and approximately 15,000 patients have been treated successfully by Aurasurgery. But I never could imagine that Aurasurgery would find a place in alternative medicine, nor that I would teach physicians, naturopaths and physiotherapists and share my experience.

Therefore, I would like to thank Dr. Künlen for writing this book and linking his experience as a neurologist with Aurasurgery. Thus a well-founded and comprehensive work has emerged, which makes it possible to open new doors in medicine. I wish every user of Aurasurgery good results and healing success, which shall touch his soul and his essence as a human being.

Gerhard Klügl

Ruggell in January 2017.

Introduction

The physico-chemical method of the highly-technical school medicine, which is characterized by specialization and economization, is at its limits. Orthodox medical practitioners concentrate on morphologies and on the measurement of objectivable technical findings. They often fight the physical symptoms without appreciating their deeper meanings and energetic-informational aspects in a comprehensive way and without developing an understanding of the essence of nature and the secret of life. It is necessary to get away from the finding-oriented to a more or less condition-oriented approach. The question to be asked is: What is the message of a disease? Is there, beyond known methods established today, an alternative and effective access to the patient, which brings healing? Are there new interdisciplinary approaches that can be used in this context? Are there alternative diagnostic and therapeutic concepts, instead of going even further into the depths of the existing paradigms, in the hope of finding the solution? All of this would be of great value, especially in chronic diseases, which are often difficult to treat and are extremely cost-intensive.

In the attempt to clarify this question, there is not much to be expected from the established universities. A quotation from the world-famous Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (*1875; †1961) illustrates the dilemma: „I know that the universities have ceased acting as light-makers. One has become tired of scientific specialists and rationalistic intellectualism. One wants to hear of truth which does not narrow, but which enlightens, which does not pour like water, but penetrates deeply into the marrow of the bones.“

This book describes the step into the medicine of the 21st century, as great thinkers and scientists have predicted it since a long time. It encounters a deep longing for knowledge in the human being: to understand the human soul or even to address it therapeutically in order to accomplish healing. Aurasurgery offers such possibilities: The concreteness in the application amazes and the human soul is made accessible in a surprisingly easy way.

I would like to thank my wife Christine Waldhauser-Künlen for her inspiration and support in composing this book. As I am a physician, educated in school medicine, she drew my attention to Aurasurgery by a personal experience and, according to her motto „Help yourself, then God will help you“. She convinced me, the skeptical physician, that there exists more between heaven and earth than the mechanistic-deterministic thinking. Through her spiritual and energetic support, and not least because of my many years of experience in dealing with energies in Karate and Kyusho Jitsu, my deep interest in this exciting topic was aroused, which finally resulted in this book of Aurasurgery.

I would like to thank my teacher, Gerhard Klügl, who taught me the method of Aurasurgery. Gerhard is a very experienced teacher with deep knowledge and great wisdom, at the same time always friendly and humble. Gerhard has developed the method, taught and practiced Aurasurgery for many years with admirable pioneer spirit and great success. He is constantly on the search for new contacts and insights, in order to further promote Aurasurgery. I admire his selfless motivation, with which he inspires therapists from different disciplines to look for the best possible methods and approaches.

I would like to thank Quirin Waldhauser for the exciting cooperation and his numerous and well thought suggestions. I would like to thank Irmgard Wagner for her professional advice and Petra and Carsten Kienle for editing, layout and design support. I would like to thank my Karate masters Fritz Oblinger (8th DAN) and Lothar Ratschke (8th DAN), where I learned the energetic principles of Kyusho Jitsu. Only through the application of appropriate energetic techniques, Aurasurgery becomes an effective discipline that is beneficial for patients.

Note: If this book is referred to by „physician“, this is understood in the sense of the person who is healing. The term thus also includes naturopaths, therapists and healers in general.

This book shall encourage people to think about alternative healing options. Ideas may already exist in our fantasies, but a functional method is still missing. May this book reach and illuminate many physicians, naturopaths, therapists, patients, as well as interested laymen, in order to free patients from their ailments and touch the soul of the healthy ones.

Ruggell, Liechtenstein in May 2017.

Chapter 1

What ist Aurasurgery?

Definition

Aurasurgery represents a subtle surgery, in which operations are carried out exclusively in the energy body (aura) of the patient and thus extracorporeally. Any direct contact between the patient and the physician is only provided in exceptional cases. We also speak of „virtual operations in the aura“. Healing as the central task and the goal of any medical action takes place by means of the energetic and informational exchange between physician and patient, using conventional surgical instruments. The corresponding principles are derived from the interdisciplinary findings of Quantum Physics, the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the Informatics and the Asian Martial Arts.

The method of Aurasurgery opens up new possibilities which are inconceivable with conventional medical procedures. Energy and information represent the essential ingredients of life1 and of any medical activity. By applying definite consciousness techniques and operative methods described in the following, the physician specifically reprograms the consciousness of the patient on the cellular basis via the aura.

Aurasurgery is characterized by a methodological concreteness, which can be applied effectively in daily medical practice. It provides the basis for a new and time or rather cost-saving medicine in the 21st century, which is characterized by humanity, effectiveness, simplicity, precision and the absence of side effects.

Aurasurgery is a supplement to established medicine systems, such as school medicine or complementary medicine. It does explicitly not claim for any exclusivity and should always be compared to other methodologies in accordance with its indication and, under certain circumstances, be additionally applied.

Aurasurgery does not require any particular aptitude, but can be learnt and applied by everybody. As animated spiritual beings, all humans are able to act between each other by using energies and information according to the principles described in this book.

Aura

The aura is the biophysical energy field that permeates the organism and surrounds it. It can not be identified according to usual scientific criteria, but is evident and can be reproduced in its effect, for example in the Asian Martial Arts as „Qi“2.

Fighting situations create stress among the persons involved, which on the one hand leads to an increase of the cortisol level in the blood, but at the same time has a negative impact on the aura: the homogenity of the radiation diminishes. The more skilled the fighter is in dealing with the stress-induced reactions, the more he presents this energetic property of sovereignty and serenity via his aura. There are reports of Samurai fighters, who were able to decide the result of a fight without the need for physical combat. The assessment of the aura alone made it possible for the fighters to decide who should be the winner. At the same time, physical proximity of people to one another leads to stress, with an increase of pulse and blood pressure in both persons, which can also be measured as a change in the respective aura. Some physicians use this phenomenon for diagnostic purposes by testing the effect of substances on the patient via measuring the changes in their own aura, e.g. by sensing the pulse of their radial artery.

In all living beings aura consists of several energy fields of different densities (etheric field, astral field, mental field, causal field). The clarity and intensity depends on the respective level of consciousness. An energized aura acts as a shield and makes it possible to send out love and peace and at the same time to become indifferent to destructive forces such as fear, hatred, greed, etc.

Aura can be represented by Kirlian photography. Also referred to as corona discharge photography or high-frequency high-voltage photography, Kirlian photography represents a photographic process for the visualization of glow or corona discharges. It was developed from 1937 by the Soviet couple Semjon Kirlian and Walentina Kirliana. A corona discharge (from lat. corona: „crown“, „crown“, „ring“) is an electrical discharge in a nonconducting medium, for example in the air. It often occurs as a peak discharge and is resembles a lamp shade. In nature it is observed as the so-called Elms fire. Aura can be measured as an indicator of the therapy outcome in Aurasurgery, changes of the aura can even be followed in real-time during aurasurgical treatments. The following picture shows a Kirlian photography of a patient, 47 years old, with headache on the left side and knee pain on the right, before and after an aurasurgical treatment.

Fig. 1.1: Preoperative finding, with severe disturbances in the aura, not only in the area of the left temporal skull, but distributed throughout the entire body.

Fig. 1.2: Postoperative finding, the aura is distributed evenly over the body and intensely pronounced. On the left temporal skull, a slightly disturbed radiance is shown.

Time: July 19, 2001, place: Human Energy Systems Laboratory University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, Therapist: Gerhard Klügl

NOTE: The aura associated with Aurasurgery must not be confused with the usual designation of the aura in school medicine as part of a migraine attack. Characteristic for a migraine are dynamic, usually visual, or other sensory perceptual disturbances, which occur as scotomas in approximately 20% of cases.

The aura of man as a biological energy field is subject to continual changes. The aura should not be thought of as a static energetic image, but under certain circumstances it can even be penetrated by „fixed holes,“ as is often the case, but the aura varies over the day and thus exhibits a high degree of dynamics, depending on vitality and hydration of the organism.

Lost aura can be restored. A weakened organism is found in a diminished energetic radiation and thus in a reduced aura. The recovery of the organism by adequate water supply, healthy nutrition, good living conditions and a quiet, radiation-free sleeping place with sufficient sleep leads to a filling of the aura and is reflected in a once again increasing energetic emission of the aura. Also the removal of harmful mental energies, e.g. by Al Hijama3, helps to improve the aura. The patient shows a clearer look after a certain time and periodic treatment, and presents a better skin colouring and more vital energy.

Goal

Aurasurgery is not satisfied with pure symptom relief. Instead, it pursues the goal of recognizing, interpreting and treating energetic-informational patterns underlying the disease in order to achieve a sustainable healing effect.

Basically, this objective corresponds to that of the psychosomatic medicine although the methods of Aurasurgery differ fundamentally. While psychosomatic medicine works via the spoken word, in Aurasurgery rather little is spoken. In Aurasurgery, as the term already expresses, it is operated instead. Furthermore, there are differences in the interpretation of the term „consciousness“, as will be explained later.

It is important to know, that Aurasurgery is used not only therapeutically, but also provides decisive statements in diagnostics with regard to energetic-informational relationships and background. Firstly, this is to be explored with the methods described below, in order to initiate the appropriate aurasurgical therapy on the basis of the resulting findings.

Delimitation

With its energetic-informational approach, Aurasurgery delimitates or rather complements to the physico-chemical method of western school medicine. If one considers complementary medicine, there are terms such as „energy medicine“, „information medicine“, „regulation medicine“ or „quantum medicine“, which are all based on the same principle as Aurasurgery. However, Aurasurgery is differentiated by the exclusively extracorporeal access to the patient via his aura.

Aurasurgery finds its unique feature by the specific method of the extracorporeal energy and information transmission described in the following by the use of anatomic pictures, organ models and commercially available surgical instruments. Aurasurgery also symbolizes the connection to spirituality, which distinguishes it in a special way.

Principle

Aurasurgical treatments are performed either directly in the aura of the patient and thus nearby his body or by the use of so-called „surrogates“ such as anatomical pictures or organ models as energetic placeholders of the patient. The fact, that the aurasurgical treatment takes place extracorporeally in the energy body and thus without a direct connection to the patient's physical body, is not an end in itself, but rather contains a deeper meaning. Only by virtue of the extracorporization, subtle mechanisms are set into motion between the physician and the patient, which, for example, are not feasible by a direct contact, e.g. in the context of an imposition of hand, a massage, an injections treatment, a schoolmedical operation or a conventional acupuncture treatment. Such „direct treatments“ „manipulate“ the patient or cover the subtle energetic information transmissions between the physician and the patient, which are typically only achieved when the patient is in a state of uninfluenced expectation. Thus the patient has to focus on his inner calmness and on his inner feeling without physical influence from the outside. This principle of resonance formation (from latin „resonare“=to resound) is described in detail in the following.

Through the extracorporeal work with the use of so-called surrogates, the physician is able to convey energies and information to the „place of the concrete happening“. For example, the physician opens the page in the anatomical atlas with an illustration of the gallbladder, places the book on the patient's lap and asks him to hold it with both hands. Thereupon, the physician performs a gallbladder operation in the patient using conventional surgical instruments, working on the surrogate, without actually touching the patient´s body during the entire process.

This statement sounds paradoxical and contradicts all principles of school medicine: How should the physician obtain an immediate access and a direct contact to the diseased tissue within the patient by working outside the patient's body? Conventional surgery has always assumed that an operative intervention is only possible by means of a direct contact of the surgeon with the according focus of the disease. Even, by contrast, extracorporeal therapies, e.g. the shock wave lithotripsy for the treatment of biliar, ureteral or renal stones work, although the term mediates other, ultimately only by the direct contact of the patient's body with the shock waves which are passed through the lithotripter device, and thus, according to the understanding of Aurasurgery, do not represent an extracorporeal treatment. A contact-free extracorporeal therapy has so far not been known in school medicine and therefore represents an unique feature for Aurasurgery. Aurasurgery does not represent a mechanical process, but rather a reprogramming on the level of the patient´s subconsciousness. The aspect of extracorporeal approach without direct contact with the patient body stands in the center of any aurasurgical treatment and makes this method as unique as is effective.

As Aurasurgery does a reprogramming on the level of the patient´s subconsciousness, without a physical impact, it offers the possibility to work therapeutically with pain patients, even if they are not accessible for a physical therapy by physiotherapy or osteopathy in the acute condition. In many cases there is even a contraindication for such physical treatments, as complications and even clinical impairments are possible at this stage. An example of this is a lesion of the intervertebral discs in the area of the cervical spine with the danger of therapy-induced paresis and paraplegic symptoms. However, such restrictions do not apply to an aurasurgical intervention. Rather, at any stage of the disease, whether acute or chronic, a corresponding therapy can be carried out without concern for a possible worsening of the symptoms.

Fig. 1.3: Aurasurgical surgery of the gallbladder on an illustration in the anatomical atlas as a surrogate.

The mode of action of Aurasurgery is divided into energy, information and force on matter, mediated by will, consciousness, soul and spirit. Ulrich Warnke describes the situation as follows: „What looks vague at first glance has a sturdy physical basis. Both energy and information are physical components, even though minds and souls are not scientifically measurable and demonstrable. But the quantum field theory of modern physics provides us with important evidence for the existence of a cosmic universal spirit, which appears orderly and organizing in the everyday world. With the concept of fields, the theory of relativity describes transitions from energy to mass and vice versa. Matter is an energetic-informational field at the origin. It arises through consciousness, soul, spirit, and it is also influenced by these spiritual-energetic fields, up to the transformation into its original state. This is not a materially limited brain activity, for everything that creates mind and soul belongs to the larger context of a cosmic whole.“4

Specialities

Aurasurgery comprises two specialities:

Dissolution of karmic patterns.

Energetic-informational and by this virtual operations on anatomical surrogates without touching the patient's body.

The task of Aurasurgery is to transmit healing information by energetically effective procedures and to realize reprogramming in the subconsciousness of the patient. The individual disciplines describe exact indications and treatment processes, which makes Aurasurgery so convincing and helpful in its application.

Indications

Aurasurgery can be used effectively in both physical and mental disorders. While physical ailments are treated according to the somatic concept described below, psychological disorders are accessible to a somatopsychic principle. This means that the somatic treatment leads to a cure of mental ailments, thus the reversal of the original idea of psychosomatics. This somatopsychic principle is not new, but is used in the acupuncture theory by TCM in ear acupuncture.

Both functional complaints without corresponding objectivable manifestations as well as organic diseases with manifest organic findings are treated aurasurgically. Aurasurgery achieves results that are unthinkable in the „logical, rational and material worldview“ of school-medicine procedures, especially in the context of chronic diseases. It is necessary to evaluate the energetic side of a disease, e.g. to treat karmic burdens adequately. The interpretation and the dissolution of karmic patterns are one of the central tasks of Aurasurgery.

In the opinion of many Aurasurgeons, self-treatment is not useful, as the patient is not neutral to himself, and accordingly the principle of Aurasurgery is thereby undermined. Similarly, it is not possible to supply or withdraw energy itself. On the other hand, many Aurasurgeons are convinced that self-treatment is possible and makes sense: Just as an acupuncturist can acupuncture himself and thus achieves good therapeutic effects, even the patient can treat himself aurasurgically. We also know this from meditation: The meditator deliberately sends energies into different body regions and lets the Qi imaginatively wander through the body. This applies also to Aurasurgery, particularly due to the fact that not the whole body is treated, but only a partial aspect of the patient´s body in the form of an organ or a tissue structure. For example, if the patient takes the anatomical atlas into the hand and gives energetic and/or informational instructions to the surrogate by means of consciousness techniques, as will be explained later, this leads to a therapeutic effect on the addressed organ or the tissue structure of the patient. The patient is not loaded or unloaded energetically in its entirety. In this sense, Aurasurgery describes an energetic/informational self-referentiality5. The great advantage over other mental self-healing methods is that Aurasurgery offers concrete strategies and practical techniques, which make a highly targeted procedure possible. Everyone is thus able to carry out a successful self-treatment with the methods and procedures of Aurasurgery. It can even be formulated: Aurasurgery offers an enormous potential and opens up new possibilities for mental self-healing.

Remote aurasurgical treatments are controversially discussed, successfully used by some Aurasurgeons, but rejected by others, as the personal contact with the patients is estimated to be essential for a therapeutic success. It is important to remember that the way to the healer already represents a part of the healing process. If a remote treatment is to be carried out, a personalization or a connection to the patient can be realized by the physician by underlying the picture of a certain organ in the anatomical atlas with a piece of paper, on which the name of the patient is written. Afterwards, the physician tips with the surgical probe onto the organ image and receives a corresponding resonance to the patient, who is connected via telephone. Successful aurasurgical treatments are also known via Skype sessions. Here, the advantage is thin the physician and the patient can not only hear but also see each other.

Subtle surgery

Aurasurgery represents a „subtle“ surgery on the basis of an energetic and informational concept, in contrast to the conventional „gross matter“ surgery, as practiced on the basis of a morphological concept in school medicine. The term „subtle“ thus implies that the human organism represents not only a morphological but also an energetic unit. In terms of the „structural body“ or „matter body“, we refer to the „energy body“ or the „information body“ in this context, an idea, that school medicine does not accept. While the conventional surgeon works mechanically on organs by means of surgical instruments, the Aurasurgeon operates with the same surgical instruments virtually on the illustrations of these organs or on their energetic representations (surrogates).

The well-known Benedictine monk, Zen master and mystic Willigis Jäger writes: „In addition to the physical energies which we now accept as something self-evident, there are also fine, metaphysical energies which are no less effective. Some experience these energies on the physical plane. Shaking, tingling or twitching can occur unintentionally. Some energies extend beyond the material body, e.g. telekinesis, telepathy, precognition6, and more.“ Unfortunately, these phenomena are simply dismissed by school medicine as neuronal brain dysfunctions or as pure „imagination“. Willigis Jäger continues: „There are energies that radiate through our hands and our bodies when we turn to a person or situation. Blessings or positive energies can be emitted with words, with gestures, with the laying on of hands, but also with a mantra or prayer gestures.“ As a subtle surgery Aurasurgery is carried out in the subconsciousness of the patient. It assumes that there is always a disturbed function before the disease of an organ, which in turn follows disturbed information (disturbed information -> disturbed energetic function -> organic disease). Without eliminating this prior disturbing information, a permanent healing of an organ will not be possible. The healing information is transferred on an energetic basis, as an spiritual information from the physician to the patient, a form correction by means of information through the physician.

The mission of Aurasurgery is to understand the „language of the organs“, to recognize and interpret the messages behind the symptoms, and finally to integrate them into a therapy concept. The organism stores information about the aura. This is a major addition to the pure symptom theory of school medicine, which is reduced to measurable findings and morphologies. Today's medical business is spending little time and effort to communicate with the patient in this respect, to work energetically and informationally, and to decrypt the information that the patient sends out. The physician trained in school medicine concentrates himself mainly on technical values which can be objectively measured, and fights against the corresponding symptoms, often without recognizing or accepting the deeper messages behind the symptoms. Aurasurgery works on physical, mental, emotional and social health, intending self-healing and the overcoming of a disease. For everybody, who comes from school medicine, this idea first appears abstract, especially since it is a matter of an organicmaterial understanding, where disease is a disturbance of the matter body. Correspondingly, school medicine also applies precisely there: with diagnostic methods and measuring methods, which are restricted only to diseased body parts, which represent the end results of a process, that usually started to develop a long time before. This thinking is also found in certain terms, e.g. in the term of „cancer prevention“. This is, strictly speaking, not a „prevention“ in the form practiced today, but serves the early „detection“ of an already existing pathological morphologic situation.

Mental healing

The energy of the aura is called spirit, as will be explained later. Aurasurgery describes the treatment via the spirit, which exerts healing effects on organisms as dynamic space-time constructs. It uses concrete and standardized procedures and methods, which are described in detail in the following. The fact that defined standard procedures are applied in diagnosis and therapy is of great importance in this respect, especially since any medical method with insufficient structure and a lack of process orientation in daily work is often not accepted. Therapeutic work will only be successful, if there are clearly defined and transparent processes that give both physician and patient the feeling of sovereignty and professional routine. Nothing is so detrimental for the acceptability of any healing method as if the patient gets the impression that the physician would act solely speculatively and if the therapeutic approaches are only approximate, without a concrete plan and a clear concept. Through the mind-matter connection, the energy transmits itself from the physician to the matter or the organs of the patient, changes the consciousness of the cells7, and induces the self-healing forces there, which results in physical effects. Willigis Jäger writes: „Man is a unity of body, soul, and spirit. Therefore, it is possible to penetrate into the transpersonal space by the consciousness of our cells. There we find ourselves as a unity, the division into body, psyche and spirit falls away. The fact that we share human beings at all is already a result of thinking and not of experience. We can only experience ourselves as a whole. We can think of ourselves as a triunity.“8

The German physician and psychoanalyst Alexander Mitscherlich (*1908, †1982) says in „Disease as a conflict“, that illness arises when consciousness is subtracted from an organ. If the physician returns a diseased organ back into consciousness, he initiates the patient to recognize and apply the natural self healing powers. The goal is thus a deliberate change of consciousness that leads to physical manifestations in the spirit-matter connection.9

Morphic Fields

The English biochemist Rupert Sheldrake (*1942) describes the spiritual control as morphic fields.10 There is correspondingly the idea that a body sends frequency patterns which correspond to the morphic fields of e.g. body-borne bacteria or viruses, form a resonance and the body is thus receptive to the pathogens. Researchers go a step further by asserting that morphic fields of pathogens continue to exist in human organs, even if the bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites are eliminated by the body's immune system. In such a case, the morphic fields of the body-borne pathogens would have a detrimental effect on the organism and would disturb or even damage it in its physiological function as well as in its structural unit. An aurasurgical treatment would accordingly not act in an antibacterial way as it is the case in school medicine in order to fight the bacteria as organisms, but, in addition to antibiotics, would eliminate or antagonize the morphic fields information, which are still present during and after an antibiosis. Such morphic fields weaken the organism and prepare the breeding ground for further bacterial growth, since an energetically weakened immune system is not able to produce sufficient resistance to the pathogens. The patient thus moves in a devil's circle, which can be broken through an aurasurgical reprogramming and will by this be permanently solved. This represents a new perspective, in which programming is an important addition to the so far antibiotic-only treatment in school medicine.

Disturbing or even damaging morphic fields, however, can also arise from other sources, for example through fateful experiences or cruel scenes which the patient had to observe in the past and which have determined themselves as memories or information.

Morphic fields can be transmitted from one generation to the next, they even can be stored as information over generations, where a single generation can be skipped, as this is known from conventional Mendel heredity. In 1945, the Austrian physicist and Nobel Prize laureate from 1933, Erwin Schrödinger (*1875; †1961) postulated: „The organism always absorbs orders from the environment. This keeps it at a high order level. Clearly, the specific interactions of the organism with the environment are evident. Maintaining this order to remain healthy does not appear to depend primarily on the fact that substances are absorbed, but that the stimuli act simultaneously and mutually eradicate and intensify each other.“11

Many people report anxiety states with tachycardia and sweating, sleeping disorders, panic attacks and nightmares, as soon as they eat meat, especially pork meat. The symptoms usually occur immediately after consumption and remain for several hours. In the context of morphic fields the fear of death and the stress of the slaughtered animals are transferred as information to the consumer.

Morphic fields also appear to play a role in transplantation medicine. In a study of 70 cases worldwide the researcher Prof. Gary Schwartz from the University of Arizona found indications, that transplantation patients „inherited“ the properties of the donor. He calls the phenomenon „cell memory“. „When the organ is transplanted, the information stored in the organ and possibly the energy are passed onto the recipient“, says Schwartz. He found, for example, the case of a patient whose fear of heights ceased after transplantation. The organ came from a mountaineer. It is also reported by former non-smokers who started to smoke after an organ transplant, and it turned out that the donor had also been a smoker.12

Assessment by school medicine

In the scientific-rational world of the western hemisphere, Mental Healing is not highly regarded, if not suspicious. In a society, in which measurable and predominantly biochemical data represent the scientific status quo, alternative methods based on the concept of energy, beyond the thermodynamic angle of view, still is not self-evident. The Qi Gong teacher and author Ulli Olvedi writes: „In the western world, Mental Healing takes place in a twilight space on the edge of the socially acknowledged, and it is not uncommon, that it is a bit of strange personalities being equipped and to deal with such a gift. Since there is no official place for such abilities in our western civilization - unlike in the ancient cultures in which special healing habits are recognized in an early age, methodically trained and honored with a high social prestige - they develop mostly as a kind of wild growth, and the lack of a protective, disciplining and cultivating training situation leaves the so talented of the necessity of struggling in daily life, even a world view, in which they are confronted with their odd abilities“.13

In western school medicine life processes are explained and illustrated with biochemical reaction sequences. But this is a misbelieve. Biochemistry teaches only the „how“, but not the „why“. Also a bacterial infection disease does not describe the „why“, but only the „how“ of a corresponding disease course. Whether an infection affects a human being not only depends on the infectivity or quantity of the pathogen but also, in particular, on the immunological situation presented by humans at the time of exposure to the pathogens. In epidemics, for example, only a few, but not all, of the human beings are affected. At the same time, humans in their respective phases of life are, to a different extent, susceptible to infectious diseases, even if they are consistently healthy to the same extent and have constant living conditions. Behind a „weak immune system“ in school medicine, ultimately, nothing but a deficient energetic configuration of the immunological cells conceals in order to present itself with the necessary dynamics to the germs and to switch them off. Thus, immunological cells as morphological units represent only a part of the whole process. The vital forces behind the morphologies are much more important in order to provide an effective defense reaction. Without the necessary energetic vitality, immunological cell clusters are ineffective. Again, therefore, it is a spiritual-energetic principle which works here and which sets the energies over the morphologies. Immunological cells per se are worthless as long as they do not carry any energetic power. Correspondingly mood and „energetic consistency“ have a large influence, which makes a human susceptible to pathogens. In this context, the investigation on the influence of stress and the probability of cold are interesting, which show that only about 20-60% of the people who are exposed to pathogens are actually affected and get ill.

In a much-respected work in the New England Journal of Medicine, the researchers Cohen, Tyrrell, and Smith investigated the impact of stress on the chances of catching a cold.14 Volunteers were asked to spend a week in a research institute in southern England. In order to quantify the existing stress, the participants first listed the events that had had a negative impact on their lives in the recent past. Subsequently the subjects received nasal drops, which either contained colds or merely physiological saline solution. They were then housed in isolation so that they had no contact with other persons. In those persons who had experienced a lot of stress, the likelihood was greater that they got infected with the cold. Of those who had reported the lowest levels of stress, only 27 per cent were affected by a cold. This rate increased as the stress was increased continuously to a maximum of 50 percent in the group, which showed the most stress. This conclusion was also determined when other factors of influence for the contagion with cold diseases were taken into account, such as, for example, the season in which the experimental subjects participated in the study, as well as age, weight and sex. This study, together with other comparable studies, confirms that a stronger stress experience is associated with a lower immunity to diseases.15

It must be clearly stated that there are no measuring methods in school medicine that make statements about the energetic constitution of immunological cell. Immunological cells and antibodies are counted in the sense of a quantitative enumeration, but not qualitatively validated. Accordingly, such energetic considerations are not drawn into the estimation. Aurasurgery sets the spiritual constitution in the foreground of the considerations and thus deals less with the „how“ than with the „why“ of a disease, similar to the psychosomatic medicine or the TCM. Compared to psychosomatic medicine, however, Aurasurgery still takes a step further in that it accepts morphic fields and their interactions in general consciousness, and not only diseases as a derailment of an individual psychic problem, which „only“ results from the consciousness and the experience from within the patient.

Either approach, Aurasurgery and school medicine, represent empirical sciences, which lead to corresponding conclusions by collecting data. As a matter of fact, school medicine is often presented as an exact science, but it is not de facto. Otherwise, it would completely investigate all the laws and factors relevant to the disease, the healing, and the health of an organism, evaluate them in their interactions, and dispose of invariably functioning healing methods. With this knowledge, the physician would achieve complete and sustainable health for every organism. However, such an exact science of medicine does not yet exist: Exact sciences describe comprehensively and invariably valid natural laws, which can be observed and checked by everyone, which therefore have to speak for themselves and do not have to be defended. Non-exact sciences, which do not exclusively describe nature laws and work with them, need dogmas which can not explain all phenomena and observations in one field and which must therefore be defended authoritatively against phenomena and observations that are not compatible with the dogmas.

Fig. 1.4: Source: www.depression-heute.de

School medicine as an empirical discipline is characterized by the usual physico-chemical therapy possibilities. These methods are fast-acting, measurable, reproducible and well-researched in their perspectives. Drug business is booming: The amount of prescribed antidepressants increased by 700 per cent in the period from 1991 to 2014. In many cases, drug effects are significantly overestimated. Despite this, medication is used for lack of better options although the therapy does not have a causal but just a symptomatic effect, and although the statistical value of the drug effect is often not much higher than that of a placebo. In order to achieve a defined effect, patients often have to accept numerous side effects with resulting chronic impairments. A publication from the Frankfurter Rundschau shows that numerous medicines are used in school medicine, the utility of which is by no means proved, but whose side effects are, in part, considerable: „The expert debate is for many people of enormous importance. About one in six suffer from a depression at least once in their lives. Antidepressants are increasingly being prescribed more frequently in Germany: For 2011 the list of prescription drugs lists 1.27 billion daily doses. Ten years earlier, there were 481 million daily doses. In 2011, anti-depressant manufacturers generated gross sales of 766 million Euros. Elderly people are particularly often given antidepressants. However, in this age group the Gibbons study can not be used. The remedies are hard to find in studies, because about three-quarters of depressives also come out of the crisis with a placebo. As measured by this, the success rate of the drugs of 43 percent in the new study has a real effect. In addition there are the side effects. The anti-depressants introduced in the 1980s tormented the patients less than their predecessors with mouth dryness, clogging and visual problems. But Fluoxetin ('Prozac') and its relatives also demand their price. For a long time it has been known that they can provide not only for stomach discomfort and lack of appetite, but also for sexual problems. But the more knowledgeable scientists are, the more hidden risks are found.. For example, researchers from several Taiwanese universities around Chia-Ming Chang are investigating the effects of anti-depressants on their mobility. The result of the online study published with data from more than 36,000 car drivers: Who swallows the pills causes an accident almost twice as often. In order to rule out the fact that depression itself leads to it, the scientists surveyed the visits to psychiatrists and corrected their results accordingly. A whole wave of new studies suggests caution when used during pregnancy. In the expectant mothers, antidepressants increase the risk of developing hypertension. In babies, frequent high-pressure complications are registered. In addition, the risk of premature birth increases. The risk for autism even doubles. Various treatments have the same effect, the researchers argue, it is perhaps not at all what is being done against depression. In this way, they are supporting a thesis developed by renowned psychiatry professor Jerome Frank16 in his book ‘The Healers’ half a century ago. According to this, the patient is thoroughly investigated. To create hope and finally to practice a therapeutic ritual with a recognized expert seem to be the most relevant tasks. It is not important whether the specialist is administering a drug or sticking acupuncture needles as long as the patient believes in it. With this explanation of the successes of the depression treatment, further discussions should be ensured.“17

The analysis of today's pharmacotherapy shows several problems, which are illustrated in the following.

First, the basic principle of pharmacotherapy applies: No effect without side-effect. But why is this the case? Why is this issue generally accepted? It is the side effects that lead to sometimes deadly consequences when the number of prescribed and simultaneously taken preparations is correspondingly high. In the evaluation of side effects, man tends to evaluate very one-dimensionally, lacking the ability to think in a holistic networked approach described later in order to achieve a truly well-founded and balanced assessment. And so there is the tendency to tolerate side effects in a trivialising manner, each individual side effect separately and not in the necessary relationship with other medications, effects and possible side effects. In many cases, side effects do not manifest themselves as prima vista, but develop over a certain period of time, as the above-described example of reduced driving capacity in patients with antidepressants shows. Such side effects, which tend to occur in social life, are often not directly apparent, but only after a long and very complex analysis of data. The aim would thus be a therapy without side effects, which is currently regarded as an idealistic utopia by school medicine.

But there are other aspects in the evaluation of pharmacotherapy: There is no guarantee that each drug works equally well in all patients, because there are interindividually often highly different resorption rates, biological availabilities and response rates. A very heterogeneous situation, which is amazing as all physical bodies have the same biological structures and receptors, which do not really explain such in many cases enormous differences in a satisfactory way. It is probable due to different energetic constitutions in resorbing and metabolizing capacities, so energy again plays a decisive role in the patients. This, however, is not to be verified or even to be standardized. As a rule, medications are not prescribed in relation to the individual body weight and the metabolic activity of the patient, but rather in standard dosages, e.g. 3*1 tablet per day, so some patients stay overdosed, others remain underdosed. There is also a difference between the patients' compliance concerning their prescriptions. It is assumed that many patients do not take their prescribed medication, but keep it or throw it into the garbage. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), only 50% of the patients have a good compliance on the average.18

The active substance contained in a tablet is distributed throughout the entire body via the arterial system, without being concentrated in the center of the disease. This, in turn, results in some undesirable effects, without the desired impact thus being sufficiently effective. A typical example for such a scenario is the therapy of Parkinson syndromes: The goal of a Parkinson therapy is the substitution of the dopamine produced in the substantia nigra (middle brain, mesencephalon). Dopamine per se can not pass the blood-brain barrier, which is why it makes no sense to take dopamine in tablet form. Instead, L-Dopa is used, which can cross the blood-brain barrier. Unfortunately, L-Dopa is, for the most part, already converted into dopamine by the enzyme Dopa-decarboxylase in the periphery, which, as mentioned, does not pass the blood-brain barrier. Therefore, only about 1% of the administered L-Dopa dose achieves the brain. In addition to the problem of passage at the blood-brain barrier, there is another complication: dopamine causes numerous unpleasant side effects in the periphery -especially gastrointestinal disturbances such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite and hypotension. Accordingly, the pharmaceutical industry combines L-Dopa with so-called peripheral Dopa-decarboxylase inhibitors, an enzyme, which inhibits the conversion of L-Dopa to Dopamin. This enzyme, however, can in turn cause nausea, vomiting, tachycardia and hallucinations. At the same time, L-Dopa must be taken at a relatively high dosage in order to achieve a sufficiently high level of activity in the brain because the inability of the body to concentrate the drug exclusively at the site of the occurrence (substantia nigra). By this the extracerebral concentration in the blood remains high and produces the side effects as already described.

It is obvious that pharmaceutical therapies are highly nonspecific for localization, and the attempt to solve a problem often leads to a new problem. Furthermore, each physico-chemical therapy represents a more or less strong influence on a balanced biological control circuit. Every artificial intervention in a control system is to be carried out with the utmost caution, which is often ignored by many patients as well as physicians. Active substances in the blood interfere with each other, they push each other out of the plasma protein binding (as long as they are transported in the blood via transport proteins) and thus increase the active substance concentrations which are pharmacologically available (not protein-bound and thus free) of other substances, which in turn exert a too strong effect. Thus, e.g. valproic acid pushes other drugs such as the anticoagulant warfarin from the plasma protein binding and leads thereby to unexpected increases in the drug level and bleeding tendency. Analogies are found in the context of the so-called enzyme induction, in that certain active substances, e.g. cumarins (also an anticoagulant) lead to an increased enzyme activity of degrading enzymes in the liver. This results in an increased degradation of all active substances which are metabolized via the liver. The drug level of such medications then gets too low, which leads to a loss of activity. For example, barbiturates lead to a strong hepatic enzyme induction and thus affect the kinetics of simultaneously administered additional substances such as anticoagulants, which leads to stroke or undesired infarction. The more drugs are taken at once, the more complex and unclear the interaction patterns become, and the more difficult an effective treatment gets.

A therapy which does not lead to disturbances of physiological control circuits is more reasonable. According physiological control circuits should remain consistent or should be set back into a regular operating status. This should happen through a superordinated influence from outside, without any disturbing effect within the circuit. Such a situation is known from the acupuncture of TCM, in which energetic control circuits are restored and thereby healing effects are achieved. There is no direct influence from the outside in the sense of medications in acupuncture. The same applies to Aurasurgery, where cells are influenced by energetic information: the information describes the function, the function shapes the organ.

Paradigm shift

Aurasurgery means a medical paradigm shift, away from the physico-chemical status quo, which is currently at the forefront, to an energetic-informational type of medicine. In this context, biochemical processes are only considered to be subordinate entities of a higher-level mental control, organized according to quantum-physical principles. In his book „Introduction to a submolecular biology“ Albert von Szent-Györgyi19, a Nobel Prize winner of Medicine, describes the importance of Quantum Physics for biological systems in 1960, but without much agreement with his colleagues at that time: „Scientists are still trying to calculate the movements of protein molecules according to the laws of Newtonian physics. This attempt, however, fails because these movements do not follow the Newtonian principles, but rather the quantum-physical.“ In the science magazine Nature, V. Pophristic20 and L. Goodman published an article in 2000 that describes this change of the paradigm: „Hundreds of scientific studies have shown over the past fifty years that the invisible forces from the electromagnetic spectrum have a profound effect on all biological control systems. These forces include microwaves, acoustic frequencies and scalar waves. Specific frequencies and electromagnetic radiation patterns control DNA, RNA and protein synthesis, change the form and function of proteins, control gene regulation, cell division, cell differentiation and morphogenesis, i.e. the process in which the cells form together into organs and tissues.“

Hormone release, nervous growth and nervous functions are also responsible for these controlling mechanisms. The American biochemist and author Bruce Lipton (*1944) writes: „All organisms, including humans, perceive their surrounding through energy fields and communicate through them. Because we humans are mainly fixed to the spoken and written language, we have neglected our perception of energetic communication. However, like any biological function, it becomes stunted when it is not needed. The aboriginal inhabitants of Australia still use these hypersensoric abilities in their daily lives, their perception is not yet degenerated. An Australian native may, for example, listen life deeply under the sand, and shamans from the Amazon region communicate with their medicinal plants.“21

There is no doubt that physico-chemical therapies show an effect in organs, but they are not the first to be mentioned in the therapeutic process, but in the last place. The age of biochemical medication, with its harmful side effects, may now come to an end, since through Aurasurgery we are able to enter into the quantum-physical age of medicine. If it is possible to influence the superior energetic-informational level in a targeted and effective manner, the physician will have significantly more promising options compared to the previous therapeutic approaches. The consciousness techniques described later realize the interface between mind and matter. Consciousness techniques, on the other hand, belong to the field of mysticism, such as into the context of meditations. This connects the world of science with the world of mysticism.

Already in 1975, the Austrian-American physicist Fritjof Capra (*1939) writes: „Science does not need mysticism and mysticism does not need science, but man needs both“22. Through the close connection between scientific rationality and mysticism, Willigis Jäger writes: „There are forms of understanding that go beyond our logic and rationality, and therefore offer the possibility of opening up dimensions of reality which, indeed, are closed to our intellect, but can be only experienced spiritually. Good scientists have understood this. They accept the limitation of the logical-rational approach and discover mysticism as an opportunity for a better understanding of the cosmos. On the basis of this insight into the complexity of reality and its ability to thematize it, the science of nature is in a position to provide images and concepts for the mystical spirituality by means of which it can articulate and understand itself.“23 And the American physicist Gary Zukav (*1942), who is researching in the subatomic field, writes: „If modern physics were to become Bohm's or similar physics in the future, the aspects of the East and the West could blend into one another in extraordinary harmony. Do not be surprised if the lectures on physics in the 21st century contain lectures on meditation.“24

The use of energetic-informational principles offers completely new therapeutic possibilities: Regression of degenerative diseases which have hitherto been regarded as incurable, the regeneration of no longer functioning organs, and even the regrowth of lost organs are conceivable options in this context. More than ever, the direct contact between the physician and the patient will depend on the successful communication of two „energetic human beings“ in the medicine of the 21st century. Of course there will be a transitional period between an „old“ and a „new“ medicine: The aurasurgical treatment of a patient, who was subject to a conventional school-medicine operation, leads to a reduction of complications in the postoperative course. For example, postoperative aurasurgical measures can be carried out, when a screw protrudes from the metal rail at the lower leg and causes pain: by turning the screw in the aura, the energetic effect and thus also the symptoms can be correspondingly reduced.

Shaping the world

The mind shapes the world. Ulrich Warnke describes the situation as follows: „Spirit and soul have universal energies and information transforms them into measurable forces. The world is not given, but we give birth to the world as we perceive it. No property can be altered separately from all others in an organism, since each of these properties is inextricably linked to all others. A change at one point therefore involves the change of all other points. The immense number of connectivity allows the system itself to decide which optimization is to be carried out.“25 This aspect should consider the self-healing forces that are activated as a process within the framework of Aurasurgery. Ulrich Warnke writes: „The mind plays the central role here, because from the energy of the mind matter is formulated, or in other words: All matter is created from spiritual energy. Matter in itself does not exist. According to the equivalence principle of Einstein E=m*c2, it is not only possible to generate energy from mass, but vice versa, the mass arises from the energy.“ Thus the Einsteinian equivalence formula E=m*c2 appears for many people as highly scientific, but it is not. It stands for an everyday experience in everybody´s life. This circumstance must be made clear, then materializations from spiritual energies are suddenly nothing special, but a natural and completely normal component of life. In particular, orthodox medical practitioners, who perceive body and mind as separate entities in their materialistic-deterministic approach, realize that matter and spirit are one and represent physiological variables which even can be converted into one another. With this knowledge the concept of „Mental Healing“ also gains a whole new meaning. In the Christian doctrine, but also in almost all other genres, we can follow the sequence in an exemplary way. First is the idea, the thought, the word or the sound, and then it comes to the embodiment. The Austrian physician Rüdiger Dahlke (*1951) writes: „The expression from the St. John's evangelium, ‘In the beginning was the word and the word was with God’ (John 1:1) and ‘The word became flesh’ (John 1.14) indicates the sequence. If one thinks in hierarchies, the spiritual dimension would be the first place in front of the body. In the examination of the disease, however, it is nevertheless appropriate to regard both as approximately equivalent and, in any case, to give preference to the subordinate physical issue, or even to give an exclusive representation. As little as body and soul can be effectively separated in life, so little may this happen in medicine.“26

Matter and energy are equivalent entities. This theorem forms the basis of Aurasurgery, of all organic processes and of life as a whole. The Aurasurgeon treats with pictures and thoughts and thus acts as a „mental healer“. Aurasurgery is dealing with this energetic interaction level and presents specific and reproducible procedures and methods, by which memorized information or morphic fields can be influenced effectively and sustainably. The simplicity of the methods is often amazing to the outside, the processes themselves have the effect of witchcraft, but their mode of operation is highly convincing. C.G. Jung writes: „I believe that healing in a non-materialistic way, through spiritual methods, has a future of unimagined possibilities. And I believe that their sphere gradually grows out of what we today call functional and even includes everything organic. I see the aurora of a new time before me, in which conventional surgical interventions of e.g. internal diseases seem as a mere patchwork, full of horror that there was such a limited knowledge of methods of healing at all. Then there will hardly be any space for old medicine. Far be it from me to disapprove modern medicine and surgery, I admire both of them very much. But I have been able to look into the monstrous energies that inhabit the personality itself, and such external sources, which flow through them under certain conditions, which I can call nothing else than divine. Forces, which can not only heal functional disturbances, but also organic ones, which turned out to be mere accompanying phenomena of mental disorders.“

1 Ulrich Warnke: „Quantum Philosophy and the Interworld“, 2013

2 The Chinese term Qi (in Japan "Ki", in India "Prana", in the western world "Orgon") means energy, breath or fluidum. It can also literally translate air, gas, steam, breath, ether as well as temperament, power or atmosphere. In addition, Qi describes the emotions of man and, according to modern Daoist conception, also stands for the activity of the neurohormonal system. Few Qi are found in anxiety, sadness, depression, much Qi in joy, too much and overwhelming Qi in mania. The idea of a Qi current flowing through the body is an essential part of the Daoist world image and is based on very early Chinese ideas. Since the traditional Daoist thinking does not differ in the same degree as the western scientific view between objective-external and subjective-inner reality, the different meanings of the concept (emotions of man, breath, steam, energy, etc.) do not contradict each other The high cultures of India and China developed meditation techniques and methods of healing already three to four thousand years ago in order to prevent and cure by the increase and concentration of the vital essence diseases. In India, these were the various systems of physical and mental yoga, such as Hatha yoga, Bhakti yoga and Raja yoga, which were mainly presented in the Vedas and Upanishads. In China, various forms of Qi were already perceived in different ways and used for healing. Although Paracelsus and Mesmer, European physicians of the 16th and 18th centuries, still worked and healed with the concept of "life energy", the knowledge and the handling of the vital essence lost importance in Western School Medicine due to the one-sided preference of physically and chemically measurable parameters. While the Americans of the last century did not want to engage in the concept of life energy, the Soviets, also for military-strategic reasons, made extensive experiments on the life force, which was called "bioplasma" in their terminology. One result of this research is Kirlian photography.

3 Al Hijama describes the Arab type of bloody cupping. The doctor makes multiple small stitches in the skin, sets several suction pads at different body positions and draws larger amounts of blood by vacuum. The origin of this method of treatment goes back to the ancient Greeks and Persians, and Hippocrates also mentions them in his writings. Al Hijama impresses with ease of use and, in particular, with its "taking away" character. According to the experience of many physicians, the repeated treatment shows persistently stable results even in the case of serious diseases.

4 Ulrich Warnke: "Quantum Philosophy and the Interworld", 2013

5 Self-referentiality: The self-referentiality (from lat. referre "refer to something") is a term that describes how a symbol, an idea or statement refers to itself.

6 Willigis Jäger, „Where our desire leads“

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