The book highlights knowledge on the influence of the mind on the human organism.

 

 

The power of mind

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Non-material nature of the “material” world  

Our senses tell us that the human body is made of a homogenous, non-changing and permanent mass. The human body can also be described in terms of various physical categories. Thus such qualities can be determined as the period of the body’s existence, such parameters as the body weight in kilograms and skin properties, as well as body temperature and many other factors.  Such a perception of the human body as a static and homogenous creation originated in the 19th and 20th century physics, chemistry and biology.

 

Nevertheless, contemporary scientific knowledge does not make it possible for us to stick to such a picture of the world.

Today we perceive human body and organism via the prism of such categories as streams of information, consciousness and energy. Heraclites said that one cannot enter the same river for the second time. Similarly, you too will not be the same man when you enter the same river for the second time, even in a short interval of time..

Every inhale of air means for the breathing man absorption of 1,022 atoms of the Universe. In our body a constant exchange of atoms takes place, and  the ones that came into our body become components of blood, parts of heart or other organs. Independent of what we feel about it, we are a tiny fragment of the Universe, embodying and affirming its positive and negative sides.

Witold Bońkowski Foundation. The Power and Paradoxes of Our Minds.

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Unimaginable: The Power and Paradoxes of Our Minds deals with the unusual power of the mind. The fundamental motive of this book is trust in power and capabilities of the human mind in combating diseases, stress and worries.

Książka Niewyobrażalne. Potęga i paradoksy naszych umysłów