Understanding Life

Remaining Healthy requires us to understand Life.
Being Healthy requires us to understand the Forces of Life.

Understanding the Forces of Life gives us the Template of Life.

Understanding The World

Understanding before interfering

Analysing before judging

Respect above all else

Saturday June 8, 2019
Lugger Hotel

If we want to be a healthy well-balanced person we need to understand who we are and how we as an individual respond to the environment.

If we want to raise our children to become healthy well-balanced persons we need to understand how they are constructed and how they process information, how they grow and develop.

Understanding is an essential part of "doing the right thing". We can only become aware that we are not doing the right thing by realising that expected outcomes consistently aren't reached. We need to be brave enough to admit to ourselves that we are "missing something". It is some of that something that we are going to put the spotlight on here today.


  1. History of Allopathic Medicine (9.30 - 10.45)

Allopathic or Western Medicine is not "traditional" in the sense that it is by far the youngest of all medical systems. Older systems such as Ayurveda or Chinese Medicine are a complete unit of philosophy and medicine, while our medical system is not based on a philosophical view of life. It is said to be based on science. But is it really?

Let's examine the history of our system, how it has grown into what it is now. Let's examine what scientific knowledge was available at the time major developments took place. What choices were made and how did these develop further?

They say we should never forget our past. Here is your chance to view the past of our medical system. Never forget, lest we learn.

We need the history in order to understand today.


  1. Causes of Diseases - from physical to non-physical (11.15 - 12.30)

Science evolves all the time. Our view of the universe and how it functions changed from spirits and gods to a mechanical machine (Newton's physics) to energy interactions (quantum physics) and it is destined to evolve into a unified theory, joining up the micro-world with the macro-world.

Science is based on accepted theories until proof emerges that turns one theory into a scientific truth. One of these is the knowledge that all of life is energy. Matter is made from energy, and matter functions, moves, as a direct result of energy. Scientific truth means that everything else we may believe to be true must now fit into what we know to be true.

As far as diseases go we now know that they are part of an energetic process and therefore it would be wise, and correct, to look for the cause of diseases in changes within the energetic field that is the creator of that individual organism. Searching for physical explanations for our ailments is no longer scientific, because science tells us every cause of every event must have an energetic root.

We need scientific truth in order to understand reality.


  1. Evolution of Children - the non-physical influences (1.45 - 3.30)

The evolution of a child starts at conception. So we really need to know how a pregnancy works and what is responsible for the growth. How does the embryo become a foetus and grows into a baby?

After birth, this baby develops even further and we notice that babies and toddlers respond intuitively to their environment. What are the main basic ingredients of such a response and what are the patterns they display in their responses?

Following these energetic exchanges we get a clear view and understanding of the sort of reactions we call autism, or socially inapt behaviour, or dyslexia. How do they occur as a natural process within a specific child's development? There are no "abnormalities" in life. There is only diversity.

Following the time line we end up explaining quite simply how Alzheimer's Disease or MS or Parkinson's Disease occur.

Observe non-physical interactions and life itself becomes an open book to you.

We need information patterns in order to understand evolution.


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Patrick Quanten has been a general practitioner since 1983. The combination of medical insight and extensive studies of Complementary Therapies have opened new perspectives on health care, all of which came to fruition when it blended with Yogic and Ayurvedic principles. Patrick gave up his medical licence in November 2001.
Patrick also holds qualifications in Ayurvedic Medicine, Homeopathy, Reiki, Ozon Therapy and Thai Massage. He is an expert on Ear Candling and he is also well-read in the field of other hard sciences. His life's work involves finding similarities between the Ancient Knowledge and modern Western science.

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