Interfering With Consciousness at Cellular (Hella Cell) and Molecular (Microtubule Protein) Levels

AuthorsMohammad A.Taheri, ; Farid Semsarha, ; Morteza H. Najafi; Zohreh Afsartala; Maral Nazarifar; Zahra Moeinibakhsh; Mina Mohammadkhani; Hooriyeh Mohseni; Tahmineh Godazgar;
Shahrzad Mehrmand; Masoud Rahman
Conference date2016
Conference name TSC 2016 TUCSON (ARIZONA-Center of Consciousness)
Abstract The nature of consciousness is a mysterious concept with many medical and spiritual implications. Investigation of consciousness can be performed by making an interference between this criterion and any level of living matter. A recently presented method of action on consciousness is Faradarmani that introduced by Mohammad Ali Taheri since 2005. Faradarmani, by definition, is connection between universal consciousness and elemental consciousness. In other word, Faradarmani is the interference in the conduction of consciousness at the non vital and vital levels (organism, cell and molecule). In this method, the main concept is to make a special connection between the consciousness of subsystem (object of study) and the source of consciousness of the ecosystem (the universal consciousness). The mechanism of this connection at the typical experiment is a mental interaction between three elements: universal observer (researcher), intermediate observer, and the universal consciousness. After observation of many medical advantages of the Faradarmani method in the treatment of various physical and mental disorders in our country and some other countries, we had decided to investigate this interference at the lower levels of complexity of biological systems. Therefore, our candidates for examination of this interference was on the two levels: the cellular level, Hela cell lines, and the molecular level, microtubule protein polymers, consisting of alpha and beta tubulins, known as the consciousness linked proteins of biological system. Our experiments on the Hela cell line by cell survival and cell cytometry analysis show a significant decrease in the cell growth efficiency (~30%) without any changes in the cell viability; moreover, the effect of Faradarmani on the tubulin polymerization was investigated spectrophotometrically and a remarkable increasing in the polymerization rate was observed. The results indicate the effect of Faradarmani on the cellular and molecular levels which could provide evidence for the observed cases of treatment of various disorders.
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