IN THE BEGINNING THERE WAS LIGHT
Numerous medical tests appear to prove that the 83-year old Indian Yogi Mataji Prahlad Jani can live for long times without firm and liquid food. Is this really possible? This film will undoubtedly surprise you and act as an eye-opener towards frontier questions of life!
Prof. Dr. Sudhir Shah, head of the medical research projects on Yogi "Mataji" Prahlad Jani, Director of Neurosciences at Sterling Hospital, Professor of Neurology at the NHL Medical College Ahmedabad (India), together with his daughter Heli and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard W. Hacker. Photo & (c) by Ursula Demarmels, 9-2010.
There are topics and research areas which are not yet fully respected in school science. At least some of them, however, might turn out to be of particular importance. Not everything that exists is measurable - and just because it can't be measured, does not mean it does not exist. By accepting this, some phenomena may become measurably by using the right apparatus and research strategies. For those border issues, appropriate scientific methodology needs to be found.
Then there are the real questions of life, these are the main issues that everyone must answer for themselves. These questions are questions of life, which the pure natural sciences do not ask, because science simply can not ask what life is. But these questions, concerning ethics and spirituality, are of crucial importance for all of us - in our current, hegemonic view of the world and idea of man, they are not asked or even blocked out.
FRONTIER QUESTIONS OF LIFE
is my sincere intention
to live and work by ethical
and humanitarian guidelines,
in conscious connection with
nature of every being.
Film-Screenshot taken from "Am Anfang war das Licht" ("In the Beginning, there was Light"):
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard W. Hacker at the Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) System. (c) Allegro-Film, Vienna, 2010.
Film-Screenshot taken from "Am Anfang war das Licht" ("In the Beginning, there was Light"): Director & Executive Producer Mag. P. A. Straubinger und Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard W. Hacker. (c) Allegro-Film, Vienna, 2010.
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