VOLOSHIN AS ESOTERIC

 

Professor Dr.Valentina  Bondarenko (Chandira), PhD.

 Koktebel – Saint Petersburg – Moscow

  

 Voloshin As Esoteric

 

(Department of Transpersonal Psychology and Pedagogics, International University of Fundamental Studies - IUFS)

        Maximilian  Voloshin (1877—1932) is famous as a poet, artist, critic, fine art expert and a traveler  – he distinguished himself in many fields. And in each of them there were possibly more talented, more skillful and more learned people. But for some reasons it was Maximilian Voloshin who became a center attracting plenty of people up to now. Voloshin established in the Crimea, in Koktebel, a mysterious center, which has been attracting the Сream of Russian and European culture for more than 100 years. And not only of culture... Year by year the spiritual aura of that place preserved in his House and the entire Koktebel valley has becoming more discernable.  It means that there was something   in Maximilian Alexandrovich himself that became the center of attraction.  

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THE DANCE AS A TRANSPERSONAL CREATIVITY

 

 

Prof. Kuris Irina, PhD, Grand PhD

      There are many ways to creativity.  One can say surely that any kind of creativity  - is an exit into special state which is not always under our control. Depending on the state it can be nameddifferently. For one person it's a mystical experienceor insight, for  another one - exit to the upper or a breakthrough to highercreativity levels where one is conscious of Some higher body being the real Creator. All this we include in our personalized set oftranspersonal experience.  It is a «here and now» event for one person and a process taking part in space and time for another one. The properties of transpersonal experience,  of course depend on the kind of creativity involved, on thetools that help oneto enter The Field of Knowledge expanding one’s conscious experience.

 

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THE DYNAMICS OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RESULTS IN PATIENTS WITH NEUROTIC DISORDERS, WHICH HAD UNDERGONE THE INFLUENCE OF COSMOENERGY CHANNELS

 

The dynamics of psychophysiological results in patients with neurotic disorders, which had undergone the influence of Cosmoenergy Channels.

 

Prof. Bagirov E., PhD

       In order to study integration mechanisms within intersystem neurophysiologic interactions in clinical practice, we have developed and carried out an integrated approach which includes an evaluation of the state of the central and autonomic nervous systems, the immunologic, biochemical and hormonal homeostasis as well as the two components of the brain’s super slow physiological potential (SSPP): static (the omega potential) and dynamic (the super slow oscillation of potentials). Based on the results of the clinical-neurophysiologic comparison, we chose a list of employed SSPP characteristics within the millivolt range. With this, the basic parameter turned out to be the value of the initial omega-potential (OP), which then determined the level of alertness [2, 3, 10, 14].

       The synthesis of our experiences in using these techniques within different areas of medicine in the experiment to date, in order to provide proof of the connection between the OP dynamics of the surface of the patient’s head and body along with homeostatic and regulatory mechanisms, serve as the base for our study of the SSPP and the intersystem interaction mechanisms in psychotherapeutic practice.

 

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PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE AND PRACTICAL RESOURCE PSYCHOTHERAPY

Psychosomatic medicine and practical resource psychotherapy

 

 Prof. Kovalenko – Madzhuga N. P. – PhD, Ds, GD

Psychosomatic model of modern medicine is gradually entering the doctors’ understanding and is developing in conjunction with such fields of knowledge as prenatal psychology, clinical psychology, resource psychotherapy and others. The concept of psychosomatic relations is based on the acceptance of initial importance of personal-medium factors in the genesis of somatic diseases, in their resistance to treatment and on secondary prevention. The patient is justly seen not only as “carrier” of sick organ or function, but as a personality, which functions in one or the other, usually pathogenic medium (environment). The relationship of the sick to their sickness, formation in them of adequate model of expected results of treatment have significant value for diagnostics of disease and level of re-socialization [13].

Psychosomatic experiences of the sick with the one and the same disease can significantly differ depending on the personality’s specifics and includes different levels of reflection by the sick of his own condition: sensitivity, emotional, intellectual, and motivational. Apart from that there are people tended to organize a typical lifestyle, under which they put themselves under conditions, which increase the probability of occurrence of stress events, which result in occurrence or enhancement of somatic disease [2].

The term “psychosomatic disorder” has significantly changed in the last few years [1, 5, 16], but the essence of the problem remains the same. The very psychosomatic model, which takes in to account mainly the psychogenetic factors, is being replaced  by bio-psychosocial model (Drozdova M. S. 2003).

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CRITICAL SITUATIONS AND ENERGY METHODS OF DEALING WITH THEM

              

             

 D. Yelistratova

This article is devoted to the various types of crisis perception in different cultures and to the methods of dealing with critical situations as with such that can be profitable for the person. I’ve been developing an interest in this topic for 14 years when I was working as a lawyer in different regions and later as a group psychotherapist. Both professions share the same goal which is to help client in his uneasy internal and (or) external situation, to help person who from time to time faces a new problem which doesn’t have models of reaction yet. This is excellently described in a parable: “God decided to divide all animals into two groups and asked the smart ones to stay on the right side, while the beautiful had to stay on the left side. One little monkey was running around, not knowing what to choose. When God questioned her behaviour she explained it with saying: “What can I do, tear myself in two parts?”

Indeed, what is a crisis, how it can be dealt with and is it worth tearing yourself in two?

 

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YOGA OF PSYCHIC HEAT (GTUM-MO) RESEARCH TECHNIQUES AND RESULTS

Prof. Sergey N. Tereshkin, PhD, Grand PhD

Grand Ph.D in Psychology

Full Professor of IUFS

UNESCO Contest Laureate

 

 

 

 Yoga of Psychic Heat (gTum-mo) Research Techniques and Results

 

     The purpose of this paper is to describe new results discovered by the author in the course of ethnomedicine practices investigations, namely,work with elements energiesThe subject of the investigation is Tummo practice Yoga of psychic heat. The object of the investigation is human body and influence of the above mentioned practice upon it.

     This paper is an extension of the investigation of the practices which, according to the classic ethnomedicine tractates, contribute to rejuvenation of the body, the results of which are published in [1], [2], [3].

     In present it is assumed that the process of human body ageing is not reversible, though, there are known cases where processes which have been considered as not reversible for a long time prove themselves to be actually reversible. For example, S. Carnot proved reversibility of certain thermodynamic processes in 1924 that resulted in creation of the internal combustion engine. Moreover, I. Prigogin in his paperModern Thermodynamics. From Heat Engines to Dissipative Structuresproved existence of the conditions under which some irreversible processes could become reversible [4].

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