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Manfred Davidmann

Manfred Davidmann is an internationally well-known and respected scientist and consultant, and author of a number of books and reports which have had and are having considerable impact. His work usually breaks new ground and opens up new understanding and is written in meaningful and easily understood language. Outstanding is that his work is generally accepted as factual, objective and unbiased.

More than 5,5 million copies of his reports have been downloaded from the Solhaam website so far (2014).


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'The Human Brain and the Human Mind'

In this fundamental report, Manfred Davidmann explains how the human brain evolved and functions, how the human mind works, and how brain and mind interact. The report shows how brain and mind determine what people do and how they do it, what people aim to achieve and how in the struggle for a better life we adapt to the world in which we live.

The day-night-day sleep pattern, the "DEEP sleep"/"REM sleep" sequence, and how the different halves of the brain communicate by means of images with the older parts of the brain, were correlated and illustrated by Manfred Davidmann. He made the point that the brain paralyzes the body to enable dreaming to take place, that dreaming performs an essential function, and explains the role and meaning of dreams and dreaming.

The report provides fascinating insights clearly expressed in meaningful language, including a much clearer appreciation of the different functions of the two halves of the brain, and of the different kinds of memory.


A key finding of Manfred Davidmann's report is that the right hemisphere of the human brain is able to communicate by using images with the brain's older and more primitive component organs which have no verbal skills. And this enables us to communicate intentionally (that is "consciously") with our autonomic nervous system and (by visualizing) control body functions and affect our body's immune system. Clinical trials have shown remarkable success in areas such as the treatment of cancer and heart disease.


The report proves that images penetrate deeply into the ancient and primitive parts of the human brain and how certain images can be "brutalising society, seemingly legalising, making acceptable, inconsiderate and unfeeling behaviour towards other people."

Relating the functioning of the brain to behavior, the report shows how human behavior is affected by the primitive instincts of our reptilian ancestors. It seems that instinctive behavior has to be controlled, and is modified according to the environment in which we find ourselves, in every generation, and that the mammalian and human parts of the brain play a major part in this.

Manfred Davidmann considers that humane behavior is based on feelings of care and affection for the young and for the family, and then for other people and the community. From this emerges a sense of social responsibility: People matter and are important, and need to be treated well.


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See the report
How the Human Brain Developed and How the Human Mind Works

and see
'Press Notices'

from which this theme's information was extracted.


Short Description

Title   Description
     
How the Human Brain Developed and How the Human Mind Works   Gives a clear appreciation of what happens during a night's sleep and explains the role of dreaming and the meaning of dreams. The functioning and role of the two halves of the human brain are related to the functioning and control of the autonomic nervous system and the immune system. The report also indicates how human behaviour is affected by the primitive instincts of our reptilian ancestors. See 'Press Notices'.    

 



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