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The Wave Nature of Being: Ultradian Rhythms and Mind-Body Communication

  • E. L. Rossi
  • B. M. Lippincott

Abstract

A major ideal of science is to integrate apparently different phenomena into a general theory of nature. The more widely divergent the phenomena that we can bring together in a meaningful way, the greater the beauty, scope and potential utility of the theory. We admire the simple elegance whereby Newton’s theory of gravitation proposed a grand unification of celestial mechanics — the orbits of the sun, moon and planets — with the humble fall of an apocryphal apple here on earth.

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Circadian Rhythm Wave Nature Ultradian Rhythm Hypnotic Suggestion Hypnotic Susceptibility 
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