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Josef Zezulka

 
Josef Zezulka
30 March 1912 – 13 December 1992
Josef Zezulka
30 March 1912 – 13 December 1992

 

was a notable personality of Czech spiritual and philosophical culture. On 30 March 1945 at the age of 33 he experienced a state of open consciousness – consciousness of a bringer. Subsequently, he formulated the philosophy of Existence and established a new healing discipline called Biotronics. At a later stage he was involved in Czech and international research aimed at incorporating Biotronics into the public healthcare system. In addition, USA as well as the former Soviet Union expressed interest in his work (Prof. Parker, Stanley Krippner and Prof. Injusin from Almaty).

The communist regime, however, disfavoured such efforts. The publishing of his works was carried out secretly within samizdat while some of them were published in the western countries (Psychoenergetics Systems – published in New York, Paris, London; also the Realms of Healing and others). At the same time he was giving secret lectures. At the end of his life he handed the discipline over to his long-standing disciple Tomáš Pfeiffer so as to take care of the management and continuance of the discipline.

 

Foreign publications about Josef Zezulka

The Realms of Healing

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D., Celestial Arts, 1976, ISBN 0890871124, 9780890871126

 

Psychoenergetic systems: the interaction of consciousness, energy, and matter

Stanley Krippner, Ph.D., Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1979 , ISBN 0677148704, 9780677148700