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An allegory showing particles' obvious conscious nature

A bridge between science and religion?

Does dark matter exist or is darkness only absence of light?

Are Scientists afraid of approaching what life is?

1 The emotions that are in our way, and in the way of scientific research.
2  Quantum physics may show the mechanisms of the human body.

A new model of the universe and a new black hole theory

A story about the origin of existence

A new perception of "God"

May a change of perception of God lead to a better world?

When the Creator descended on Earth

When the Creator descended on Earth II

How did consciousness occur? What is consciousness? What is the significance of feelings?

 

 

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What is inside the molecular structure of grass, that is not inside the molecular structure of stone?

Inger's theories are based upon studies and discoveries done over a period of 12 years, studying life in philosophic ways, in many different angles, without being influenced by the prevailing perceptions or by media. She is engaged in conveying that she has discovered a number of things that science take for granted or ignore because of the ruling culture within research and teaching. Here are some themes that are ground breaking and different:

Peace work

Inger is also engaged in peace work because she means that the life energy is the same for all humans. She says that the understanding of life energy is a platform to which all humans no matter creed, politics or culture can agree on.

She means that releasing emotions is a very fruitful contribution to world peace also, because most human beings carry a lot of emotional pain, which contributes to greed, selfishness, conflicts and wars. It is a key to make agreements and world peace.

Also, to work through and heal trauma, emotional wounds that occur during war,
The Keys of Liberation are splendid tools.

A dream about a peace centre

 

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