The body as a signal transmitter | Part 1
Part 1: Introduction
Learn how to see. Realise that everything connects to everything else. ~ Leonardo da Vinci
Everything is connected
Leonardo da Vinci’s studies and insights have followed me around for a long time. I was especially fascinated by his in-depth studies about the flower of life. Leonardo invented objects and discovered phenomena and connections that were only understood, “reinvented” or further processed centuries later.
When I wrote my high school graduation paper about da Vinci as “the father of design” I noticed how he was usually described as a universal genius. “What made him a universal genius?” I asked myself. The answer I got was “It’s the way that he sees.” He sees that all areas of life - and existence itself - are built on the same patterns, on the same principles. For instance, I never saw as many calculations on the flower of life pattern as in da Vinci’s studies.
Da Vinci observed universal principles and structures, deduced that they were the basis for everything – e.g. scientific work, architecture, town planning, painting, sculpturing, engineering, music, philosophy, inventing, and much more. I was also impressed by his descriptions about how the body of our planet earth and the body of a human are built according to the same structures.
When I realised that everything is connected to everything else, step by step, I started to SEE in a different way.
The body as a signal transmitter
For many years I investigated the effects of emotional trauma, distress (negatively perceived stress), attitudes, belief systems, subconscious programs and mindset on the body. My ex-fiancé Lisa and I did many self-studies and we found out that the body works as a “signal transmitter”. What I mean is that every imbalance in the body is a message from the subconscious or superconscious mind that can be read, just like a dream, as a metaphorical picture. Thus, our body is constantly transmitting signals to us.
Lisa and I were very excited about Wilhelm Reich’s studies on “body types”. Sigmund Freud and his student Wilhelm Reich’s ways parted because of their different perspectives on the psyche’s influence on the body. According to Reich, a child chooses its life strategy, influenced by a core-trauma, during its first four to six years of life. His studies resulted in the definition of four distinct body and personality types.
Lisa and I theorised that resolution of a core trauma that resulted in a life strategy would have to change the body type also. Our self-studies on this subject were very successful. We went through phases of deep emotional and cellular healing and dissolving of behavioural patterns “like it was a high-performance sport”, as we often remarked.
I must admit, it was not an easy path we chose. It was just us two in our self-studies, combined with deep spiritual work as well as studies on the works of geniuses such as Wilhelm Reich; Masaru Emoto (the effect of human consciousness on the molecular structure of water); Nikola Tesla (if you want to understand the universe, think in terms of energy = frequency = vibration); Elizabeth Blackburn (studies on telomeres and telomerase: what are the biggest influential factors on the length of a human life); and Dolores Cannon (pioneer of consciousness exploration and quantum healing hypnosis therapy).
My fellow Earthlings around me - my family and friends - are still, after years, surprised about how we could change our body types in such a sustainable and lasting way.
Lisa and I presented several lectures and workshops on “How to program your body”. We also saw that it is not sufficient to understand the concept only mentally. It's about releasing stuck emotions and changing thought-patterns, and changing the way we see ourselves and the world.
I made it my mission to “collect tools” that support this process. This is how BQH came into my life. Yet, the “inner-standing”, the inner alchemy must always come from and through the individual.