** As a part of the final exam for the BCST program, we ask students to reflect on their experience of the course, and what impact it had for them. Our most recent group, “Class R” just graduated and we wanted to share some highlights from their feedback on the course. It was a privilege to spend over 1.5 years with them, and we are excited to see what they do next!
I have learned … more
This 30 minute audio clip provides a reassuring window into the essence of the Biodynamic approach, from three top author/teachers in the BCST field: Franklyn Sills, Michael Kern and Michael Shea.
Click here to listen to the eloquent new commentary.
As described in the separate post, the book The Fourth Phase of Water offers solutions for many curiosities that have defied explanation for centuries, the most famous being the problem of Brownian motion undertaken by Einstein in 1905.
Just for fun, here is a list of some of the puzzles posed by the science of water, focusing just on simple direct observations that have had no clear and satisfactory explanation. Excluded are another list of … more
The Fourth Phase of Water: Beyond Solid, Liquid and Vapor
By Gerald Pollack
Ebner and Sons, Seattle, 2013. 357 pages.
Review by John Chitty
This is a spectacular book, a must-read for all those interested in the science behind “energy medicine” as well as science in general. Pollack gives us a revolutionary theory, solving puzzles that have vexed scientists for centuries. He backs up his speculations with solid, convincing experiments. The … more
This is a spectacular achievement by Sills in basically totally overhauling his 2000 starter book. This book replaces the original Volume One but goes far beyond the first try in terms of clarity, scope and effectiveness. I knew this was coming and was oh-so-curious to find out which way Sills would go. It could have been a simple clean-up and update, but this new version is really … more
This new book from an Upledger-trained practitioner, Olaf Korpiun, in Munich offers exciting new proposals in three areas that are very important for biodynamic practitioners.
It pushes further into new territory to explain the cause of primary respiration movement, continuing development along the direction created by Nicholas Handoll (Anatomy of Potency) and Jim Oschman (Energy Medicine: the Scientific Basis) and others. I think Korpiun’s contribution … more