In 2011, I started to implement all the principles step by step, what I had studied, researched and applied during the years 2003 - 2010.
The basis for the Scientific Informational Medicine that I have developed with my team is based, among others, on David Bohm's views and scientific work on holism and the implicit order.
In this context, his work is also called Wholeness and the Implicate Order. There, attempts are being made to counter the problems that quantum physics poses with definitions of a new world view. The characteristics are:
Explicitly, in his work, Bohm refers to the possibility of understanding quantum hypothesis as an indication of a new order. Bohm compares this implicit order with a hologram, in which all the aspects are simultaneously "folded in". Bohm calls it Holo-Movement. Einstein told von Bohm that he was the only one who could get beyond quantum mechanics. (Source: Wikipedia / Reception)
On the basis of the "Implicit Order", I have developed the following principles for scientific information medicine:
In the implicit order, the energetic matter or body is integrated in the holographic field. Consciousness is integrated into the subconscious! The interaction between energetic matter and body depends on the holographic fields.
The information is integrated into the holographic field and generates energy whenever it is retrieved from a biosystem. Therefore the field continuum arises and I call it; I0 = E0
Biophysically, the cell is a neutron with protons in the nucleus. The neutron is electrically neutral but due to its magnetic moment forced by electrons (information frequencies), it can convert the received image sequences in the hippocampus into electrical impulses which triggers depolarization processes in the nerve cells. Each cell is therefore capable of producing energy according to the holographic image sequences on the matter or body.
The cells are implicitly integrated into a biosystem and processes information for energy creation. A brain or organ, therefore, has no memory in the implicit order, but a process function.
For the energetic, homeostatic regulation (flight or fight) of matter or body, epigenetic information is retrieved from the holographic field, which defines the Implicit order in the cytoplasm of a cell.
Consciousness develops in the first seven years of life. The traumatic as well as positive, emotional images in this phase, I call "exited stages" and these are manifested in the holographic field, through the subconscious. These manifestations are epigenetic information and guide the consciousness in its strategy.
Consciousness - if we strictly observe - is therefore given and is "dictated" by the holographic field at the speed of light. In other words, what the human being thinks through consciousness at a single moment is actually defined by the subconscious connection with the holographic field, at the speed of light. Seen in this way is the basis of our consciousness and our thinking processes in the implicit order, all images from "exiting stages" which are processed by the speed of light from the subconscious into the conscious and vice versa.
The cosmos as a hologram. One can only marvel at the extent to which Bohm succeeded in breaking out of the fixed structure of scientific conditioning, and as a solitary individual, a completely new and literally all-embracing idea, an idea which has both the inner consistency and the logical force Phenomena of the physical world of experience from a quite unexpected perspective.
The new findings are of such profound importance that they could revolutionize our understanding of the human psyche, the psychopathology, and the therapeutic process. Some observations, in their significance, are beyond the scope of psychology and psychiatry, and present a serious challenge to the present Newtonian Cartesian paradigm of Western science. They could fundamentally alter our notion of the nature of man, of culture and history, indeed of reality.
In a series of more than 700 interventions, Paul Pietsch cut, twisted, reduced, and chopped the brains of his regrettable salamander test animals, but every time he reintroduced what was left of their brains, they returned to their normal behavior back. Based on this series of experiments, Pietsch confirmed Pripham's assertion that memories were not located at specific points in the brain.