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Nicolai Levashov. Spirit and mind. Vol.1

            eve-ry action we take in life, we must bring ourselves to a specific emotional state
            and its corresponding spiritual level. In turn, this emotional state can  influence and
            transform  the  original  structure  of  our  spirit.  This  occurs,  for  example,  when  we
            transgress, leaving a change in our structure that becomes frozen and permanent — a
            "footprint" that remains encoded on our soul.

                  In  sum,  like  all  of  creation,  Homo  Sapiens  is  subject  to  the  circulation  of
            primary matters throughout his entire structure. How robustly and at what levels they
            circulate are pivotal for all his bodily functions, his memory, his state of health, his
            consciousness, his emotions, his spiritual development. ..

                  Accompanying Levashov as he puts this all together is a daunting, but thrilling
            expedition. The intrepid reader who undertakes it actively, and in earnest, will find
            himself  rewarded  with  a  substantial  boost  up  the  evolutionary  ladder.  We  are
            enormously  indebted  to  Levashov  for  bringing  together  a  "unified  theory  of
            everything."  By  explaining  the  hitherto  unexplainable  in  terms  of  basic  principles
            encompassing every aspect of existence, he endows us with the hope for a future and
            a spellbinding vision of what we may aspire to become.

                            Barbara G. Koopman, M.D., Ph.D. Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and
                                                                  Neurology, Former Member Attending Staff,
                                                              Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City

                  Preface: Mark J. Friedman , Ph.D.

                  Spirit and Mind is a book of extraordinary vision and creativity, which offers
            both  the  layman  and  scientist  an  in-depth  solution  of  many  of  mankind's  most
            perplexing riddles. It covers a broad spectrum of subjects, ranging from the origin of
            life to the structure of the cosmos, and from consciousness and memory to life after
            death.  The  work  is  unique  —  not  only  in  scope,  but  in  the  fastidiously  scientific
            explanation  of  reality  in  all  its  aspects.  Most  strikingly,  it  provides  insights  and
            knowledge of reality never before offered in any textbook or thesis. In creativity and
            originality, it is unmatched. In the present climate of malaise and anxiety, Levashov
            brings a message of hope to all of mankind. If we are really to survive it will take the
            kind of knowledge which Levashov imparts to rouse us out of our restrictive, linear
            thought  processes  and  embrace  a  new  and  vitally  different  view  of  the  world  and


                  In  the  seventeenth  century,  the  human  race  had  to  deal  with  the  angst  of
            discovering that man and his planet were not the center of universe and the stars were
            not fixed and immutable — contrary to their most cherished beliefs. Contemporary
            man, too, is grappling with the recognition that his cherished models of reality no
            longer hold. Through the  years, these models were created by  garnering more and
            more postulates — based mainly on belief. Reality was then manipulated to fit these
            postulates and validate the beliefs. Today's scientists have thousands of postulates —
            akin to a religion that creates a pantheon of gods.

                  And, as they create and use more and more new devices, they must, perforce,
            create more and more new concepts, forcing reality into a kind of "bed of Procrustes."

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