506 (26 credits)
Quantum Sociology and Quantum Psychology
The semester is a conglomerate of courses that are interrelated to enable the student to develop broad exposure to the clinical aspects of informational medicine. There are two main objectives to focus on in this semester. The first objective is to learn about Sociology through the study of shocks and human behavior, transformation of energy in living organisms, study of subatomic units of energy, the nucleus of an atom, multiple quantum particles, and physics involving light and its interactions with matter. The second objective is to learn about Psychology through the study of informational processes in the brain.
This course covers environmental factors that affect the human brain. The student will give a functional diagnosis on major conditions affecting the brain by using research of patient history, examination, and review of known data. The student is responsible for administering a natural treatment plan in informational medicine. The course is designed to give students a concise understanding of the interrelation of social and psychological issues in relation to quantum electrodynamics. The student will learn how to treat emotional imbalances. Topics discussed are the nature and therapeutic use of the Bach Flower remedies. “Disease will never be cured or eradicated by present materialist methods, for the simple reason that disease in its origin is not material.” (Dr. Edward Bach, 1931).
Preceptorship credit hours: 6
- Duration:12 Weeks
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