Zezulka's Biotronics



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CONTENTS:
FOREWORD.............................................................................5
ZEZULKA’S BIOTRONICS.................................................................9
  A contribution to the collection of the international symposium in Prague 1973.....9
  SPIRITUAL HEALING..................................................................9
  PROCEDURE.........................................................................18
    1) Exerting an influence on the biomagnetic regime of the body:.................23
    2) Controlling the four elementary forces:......................................25
    3) Exercising an influence via the aggregate vital force:.......................29
    4) Modification of the morphological centre:....................................29
    5) Producing an effect via the overall influence of a sanator:..................30
  A concluding thought:.............................................................32
ONE OF THE HEALER’S OPINIONS........................................................37
  The report for the conference in Monte Carlo 1975.................................37
BIOENERGETIC DISEASES...............................................................51
  A report for the conference in Tokio 1977.........................................51
THE PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM VITAE...................................................67
  Josef Zezulka, Prague – born on 30th March 1912...................................67
  Development.......................................................................70
  Philosophy .......................................................................72
  Diagnosis.........................................................................73
  Healing ..........................................................................73
  The diet..........................................................................75
THE QUESTION OF HEALING.............................................................81
  from Josef Zezulka’s perspective..................................................81
THE DEPTH OF UNDERSTANDING.........................................................103
  A lecture for the Unitarians.....................................................103
A WORD FOR TEACHERS................................................................109
EPILOGUE...........................................................................125