Hate means cancer and disease

Hate means cancer and disease

Prof. Dr. Dumitru Constantin Dulcan was kind enough to give a collection interview to Evenimentul Zilei daily.

The professor, following the latest book launch, "The Brain and the Mind of the Universe", spoke about the latest personal discoveries in the matter of the Universe and personal energy.

He sought to understand the meaning of the world and came to intersect science with spirituality and to show that what we think creates the Universe in which we exist. Envy, wickedness, fierce competition, selfishness, pride and a desire for revenge, plus the stress generated by an ultra-technological society, favors all sorts of chronic illnesses and shortens our lives, repeats almost obsessively Professor Dumitru Constantin Dulcan, during the interview Today's event.

We present a part of this fabulous interview, you can find the complete material by clicking this LINK – HERE.

– Ileana Ilie Ungureanu, EVZ editor: Self-suggestion is very fashionable today. I understand that you share the idea that we could be healthier only by the power of thought.

-Undoubtedly. Thought is the strongest force in the Universe. Thought created the world. In the beginning was the word and the word was with God. The word means logos, science, model, project, information. There is nothing in this Universe without first being a thought, an information. Others have said it long before me: The universe seems to be a thought rather than a perfect car. A creative thought. We do not know the origins of the world, we have no way of knowing them. And then we either admit that there is a non-created intelligent Universe, but according to our simple logic something cannot exist without being created, because in our mind all things have begun and ended. Or, if the Universe appeared 5 billion years ago, what it was in the beginning we will never know. This is the absolute truth. Otherwise, we are content with partial truths. And within the limits of a partial truth we build this existence, in which if we keep our common sense and reason we can understand ourselves, if not … it's a shame of our lives, as it sometimes seems.

"What I think can influence you"

– What upsets you the most and most in the times we live in?

– The violence of the world, which we are spreading throughout the Universe. And that distorts the functioning of the Universe. We wonder why drought, why floods are coming, why hurricanes? The moment we think, we emit an energy field, and this field goes into space. The thought goes to the farthest corner of the Universe. What I think can influence you if you think about the same wavelength. The thought multiplies and has a beneficial or harmful effect on all those brains that are on the wavelength of my brain. We simply spread evil in the world. Victor Hugo said that hatred is the winter of the world. Hate means cancer, it means disease.

– On the subject of excess, we often see that greed, though born from the desire to obtain something, is not satisfied with obtaining that something. It's like a bottomless pit. Is greed a disease?

– Being greedy means having more than you need. Moderation is the antidote to greed. Why have ten houses if you only need one. If all the goods are limited and we are a sum of people, then everything that is excess on one side means less on the other. That's what the big economists say, not me. Inequality leads to revolt, revolt leads to war. Mankind should have a logic, a moderation in thinking.

– Let's also talk about the trauma … when I first heard about the trauma, I thought about extreme things. But I understand that trauma can mean including the fact that we are always stuck with messages that come to us continuously and on all channels. It may be the pace we live in.

– In a society where there are many interests, we cannot avoid stress, but it all depends on the way we react to a trauma, to a stress. If we say that all come and go, this non-involvement with trauma, stress, is our only condition to survive.

The entire interview with Prof. Dr. Dumitru Constantin Dulcan can be found HERE.

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