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Dejan Raković, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia

We hereby focus on the quantum-holographic bases of psychosomatics and spirituality. This is of special importance due to the widespread use of integrative medicine in developed countries – as contemporary research of psychosomatic diseases suggests necessity of holistic methods (focusing on the body's acupuncture system and consciousness), oriented to treating man as a whole and not of disease as a symptom of disordered whole, implying their macroscopic quantum origin – with significant global psychosomatic implications of the necessity of including three front lines of integrative psychosomatic medicine. The aforementioned studies are in line with re-awakened interest in the scientific study of consciousness in recent decades (with indications of appearance of the grand synthesis of the two modes of knowledge, indirectly-rational and directly-mystical, in the framework of a quantum-holographic paradigm) – where the role of each individual becomes indispensable due to the influence and care for collective mental environment, which is fundamental question of mental hygiene and civic decency, or spiritual and civic morality. It should be noted that three essential aspects of any comparative study of science and religion are hereby included: utilitarianism and / or limitations of psychosomatic transpersonal practices of tribal traditions, meditation practices of the East, and prayer practices of the West, in healing or salvation of souls; epistemology of the two modes of knowledge, indirectly-rational and directly-mystical; and phenomenology of transpersonal-mystical, near-death, out-of-body, and extrasensory states of consciousness.

psychosomatics & spirituality, quantum-informational medicine: acupuncture-based & consciousness-based integrative medicine, quantum-holographic informatics: two modes of knowledge, comparative exploration of science & religion.

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Dejan Raković, QUANTUM-HOLOGRAPHIC BASES OF PSYCHOSOMATICS & SPIRITUALITY: CONTRIBUTION TO COMPARATIVE EXPLORATION OF SCIENCE & RELIGION , SCIREA Journal of Sociology. Volume 7, Issue 4, August 2023 | PP. 235-256. 10.54647/sociology841115


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