Development – A universal science
Development science is referred to as a universal science because it incorporates concepts of almost every modern science and many ancient sciences. What follows is a couple of them (for a more exhaustive list read Development Theory) .
- Conventional Western biological and medical sciences – These include physiology, biochemistry, toxicology, molecular biology, and mineral analysis by mass spectroscopy and other technologies.
- Traditional Oriental healing sciences – The most notable examples are acupuncture and the Taoist concept of yin and yang. The former gets expressed through the opening of the bodies meridians via techniques such as reflexology and the pulling down exercise. The latter (yin and yang) is actually a profound physics concept relating to the interplay of two basic forces in the universe that give rise to all creation.
- Metabolic typing – This is a way to classify and understand the human body at a systems level that yields an immense amount of information quickly and accurately. By identifying and balancing the oxidation rate, a form of metabolic typing, one can greatly enhance the healing of hundreds of symptoms at once, both physical and emotional.
- Traditional Naturopathy – Development sciences makes use of traditional naturopathic concepts such as increasing vitality and nutritional principles. Modern naturopathy has abandoned many of these, which is now centered on the use of remedies, some of which are dangerous such as chelation.
- Physics – Development science is about directionality, chemical bonding, holography, others. Yin and yang is an Oriental physics concept that is a key to the success of development programs.
- Fractals, vectors, and other advanced math
- Systems theory – Certain principles help us understand how the ‘body system” behaves, such as how the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and how if one knows some behaviors of the whole, one can often predict behaviors of the parts. Applications here are universal, such as helping explain the “invisible hand of the market” in economics, and how seemingly irrelevant things such as lifestyle and relationships can actually have tremendous impacts on our health and well-being.
- Mental programming and deprogramming – Through deep detoxification of the brain and other methods, development science helps one “break the trance” of the modern world and begin to see their lives in a new light.
- Life planning sciences, some call karmic science – This is related to what is called movement patterns, or how a person is responding to his environment and carrying out his appointed life tasks.
- Psychology and psychiatry
- Trauma release theory – An example of this is how low adaptive energy (vitality) prevents the full expression and release of emotions. By increasing vitality, one can more easily process aspects of their past and be free of those entrapping emotions in the present.
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Dr. Paul Eck was one of the first biochemical researchers to provide a scientific foundation for the field of nutritional balancing, now called development science. In 1975, he founded Endo-met laboratories to offer unique nutritional products to match peoples individual biochemistry.
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