Step By Step, Science of Life Soience of Life (c) SIG, the Foundation for advancement of  Integral Health Care

The simplest way to show you how the ideas for the Science of Life developed, is to show you the outline of the pages that describe it.

First of all: there are two main parts to this project:

  1. the foundation of the ‘discovery’ of Freedom of Choice
  2. the logical c.onseqence/sequel: using Freedom of Choice in our life.
    Bringing Science to Life

Quantum Theoreticians realised that the universe is one integral field.
“If everything is composed of atoms, us included, then we always Interact”.
If we are always interacting, we are NEVER ‘outsider-observers’, intent matters.
That is what Bill Tiller proved in his experiments: our intent can change physics.

The conclusion is simple: reality is always a realisation, and creation is magic(al).
Many people find that hard to believe; scientists find it difficult to understand.
There are logical reasons for this: churches used the inquisition to suppress the idea.
This led to immense intense psychological/mental trauma; conditioning false beliefs.

Science has been shaped fundamentally by the context of its origin; and the inquisition.
Scientists are often unaware how mental conditioning (then) still shapes their thinking.
The course “step by step” takes you away from the belief that reality is material.
You are invited to accept the claim of quantum theory: “Reality is a Realisation”.


The section on Sciencing describes how we collectively create science.

  1. Science bases itself on unprovable ‘Axioms’, we must understand the implications:
  2. The existence of Axioms proves that we Must think beyond matter as ‘reality’:
  3. That being understood we need a way to understand vibration in(-)formation:
  4. The only place where we can really experience this is within our own body:
    The Bones of Belief.

To summarise those findings: we create our bones, reflexes, beliefs and reality in the same manner.
That means that ‘reality’ as described by classical science does not exist.
Science, and scientific reality, are just as organic as the scientists (as society and as humans).
We therefore must understand that ‘thoughts’ are the past tense of thinking; ‘frozen ideas’.
Once you understand you can realise that you can ‘unfreeze’ any idea, including the idea “Reality”.

Each of the four sections in “Sciencing” contains a series of Essays unfolding the ideas.

Bringing Science to Life

Classical material science is (literally) killing humanity and earth.
The concept of inert invariant predictable (‘dead’) matter was wrong.
Matter was found to be molecules made of atoms as forms of information in formation.
We experience the fundamental physics which creates matter (‘cosmology’) in our body.

More important is that, in our body, we see that we interact with physical matter.
In our body we see how cells interchange solids, liquids, gasses and plasma.
It is based the link between information, electromagnetism, chemistry and physics:
Photon-leap <=> electron-leaps <=> electron-valency <=> electron-bonding (“matter”).

There are four parts to the description of “Bringing Science to Life”:

  1. Science is UNscientific
  2. Science as Nonsense
  3. Sciencing Science
  4. Realising Reality

This mainly deals with the current problems in/of/by/for Science.
To lead to the conclusion that change is needed; presented in four parts:

  1. Reality
    Matter is a form(ing) of information in (on-going) formation.
  2. Realisation
    Realisation is not a noun but a verb.
  3. i.-g.o.d.
    integrate - generate - operate - destroy; we all reset the interface.
  4. Magic
    in our body we transform ideas onto actions that shape our world.

Magic is the use of intent in our body to coordinate our actions in our context.
In our body we can see how we use information to physically change our body.
Those change of our body also change our context; we live with the consequences.
What we describe is why and how our involvements creates our reality via our realisation.


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