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The ICPE is an intergovernmental organization with Member Countries from Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America, headquartered in Slovenia. Over 45 years ago, on 24 April 1974, ICPE was founded as the International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries by the Government of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, following the initiative of the United Nations (UN) and with strong support of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and personal commitment of Academician Mr. Anton Vratuša, PhD, the then Vice-President of the Federal Executive Council of Yugoslavia.

It was a time of enthusiasm, emerging new states in the wake of decolonization and an orientation towards the “New International Economic Order”, which would strive to reach fair and economically balanced relations between the “developed” and the “developing” worlds. Strong and efficient public enterprises proved to be one of the key pillars of good governance and building of the economies in the relatively fragile and weak countries of the global “South”. ICPE grew on these ideas. Already in 1976, only two years after it was registered as a Yugoslav organization, following the expressed interest of many NAM members, ICPE was transformed officially to an intergovernmental organization of its member states. 30 states and 9 observers were present at the founding conference in March 1976. By the 1980, ICPE had initiated seven successful programs, research, seminars and trainings in the field of public enterprises, some of which were carried out comparatively in several member states and were financially supported by the UN agencies.


The rest is history, as they say. And it is the rich history of ICPE’s commitment to international development, economic relations in an international arena, and bridging the gap between the West and the rest, which put ICPE on the world map. Needless to say, ICPE had undergone many changes during the 45 years of its existence, through the turbulent times of altered social and economic conditions, which took place in this and other parts of the world, where ICPE’s members were. For the last two decades, following the demise of Yugoslavia and economic processes, such as privatization, and transfer to market economies, ICPE was at the brink of existence, even. Nevertheless, with the commitment of the host country, the Republic of Slovenia, ceaseless support by some of the members, particularly the Government of India, ICPE managed to find its way well into the 21st Century.


About Quantum Information Medicine



Author: prof.dr. Dejan Raković


Contemporary medicine has put its emphasis on „alopatic-dosed non-economic“ highly pharmaceutic-oriented medicine technologies. On the contrary, in the past years more attention is payed to bioadequate „homeopatic-dosed economic“ bioresonant quantum-informational medicine technologies, related to usage of such values of the field energy, appearing in normal functioning of human organism [1–4]. On these lines, contemporary investigations of psychosomatic diseases imply the necessity of application of holistic methods, oriented to healing the person as a whole and not disease as a symptom of disorder of the whole, suggesting their macroscopic quantum origin [3,4].

In the focus of these quantum-holistic methods are body's acupuncture system and consciousness – which have quantum-informational structure of quantum-holographic Hopfield-like associative neural network, within the Feynman propagator version of Schrödinger equation [5] – with very significant quantum-holographic psychosomatic implications [3]. In this context, it should be noted that Resonant Recognition Model (RRM) of biomolecular recognition implies that on the biomolecular level information processing is going on in the inverse space of Fourier spectra of the primary sequences of biomolecules [6], similarly to (quantum) holographic ideas that cognitive information processing is going on in the inverse space of Fourier spectra of the perceptive stimuli [7], thus supporting idea on quantum-holographic fractal coupling of various hierarchical levels in biological species.

In the context of quantum-informational bioresonant therapies [3,4,8,9], their goal would be a resonant re-emitting of corresponding band of electromagnetic (EM) spectrum of microwave/ultralowfrequency-modulated radiation of the treated psychosomatically disordered (palpatory painful) state (as one of hundreds possible disordered states) thus enabling that its initial memory attractor is resonantly excited becoming more shallower and wider on the account of deepening of the (energy-dominating) attractor of healthy acupuncture (palpatory painless) state – which is then altogether quantum-holographically projected on the lower EM quantum-holographic cellular level, thus changing the expression of genes [3]. In this context, homeopathy might be also categorized into quantum-informational bioresonant therapies, as (non)disolved homeopathic initial substance [10-12] with characteristic EM memory-attractor states (like any other substance, as demonstrated by muscle test of the Applied kineziology [13]), can interact with macroscopic quantum-sensory EM level of the acupuncture system/consciousness and imprint inthere its program of homeopathic correction.

On the other hand, in the context of quantum-informational meridian (psycho)therapies [3,14], via simultaneous effects of visualization of the treated (psychologically traumatic) problem and tapping/touching upon the selected acupuncture points, new boundary conditions are imposed in the energy-state space of the acupuncture system/consciousness, and memory attractor of the initial psychosomatic disorder becomes shallower and wider, with greater overlap and followed associative integration into memory attractor of normal (energy-dominating) ego-state. In this context, techniques of energy healing of the acupuncture system/consciousness [15], positively-visualizing meditation healing [16], and various psychotherapeutic techniques for recognition/integration of psychological conflicts and personality growth [17]) might be also categorized into quantum-informational therapies, via introspective emotional/ traumatic excitation with imposed new (psychologically healing) boundary conditions in the energy-state space of the acupuncture system/consciousness.

In the same context it is important to make half-a-year diagnostics and balansing of the acupuncture system, whose disbalanse presumably originates from the restituted patient’s mental loads from his non-reprogrammed mental transpersonal environment of the quantum-holographic collective consciousness [3] (as supported by the Tibetan pulse diagnostics, enabling precise diagnosis of psychosomatic disorders not only of the patient himself but also of his family members and enemies [18]).

This implies that memory attractors of quantum-holographic network of collective consciousness might be treated as psychosomatic collective disorders which represent generalized field-related quantum-holistic records (including inter-personal finally-reprogramable nonlocal loads, via hesychastic prayer or circular psychotherapies from all relevant meta-positions included in the problem [3]) – which might represent basis of quantum-informational medicine of collective consciousness.

So, on the basis of this quantum-holographic context, it might be said that three front lines of integrative psychosomatic medicine do exist [3]: (1) Spirituality and circular (psycho)therapies from all relevant meta-positions, with possibility of permanent erasing of mutual memory attractors on the level of collective consciousness; (2) Eastern (quantum)holistic medicine and non-circular (psycho)therapies, whose efforts temporary erase memory attractors on the level of acupuncture system/individual consciousness, and prevent or alleviate their somatization, as a consequence of the indolence on the first level; (3) Western symptomatic medicine, whose activities on the somatic level via immunology, pharmacology, biomedical diagnostics and surgery hinder or soothe somatized consequences of the carelessness on the first two levels. It should be stressed, that necessary activities on the second and third levels, with neglect of the first level, have a consequence of further transfer of memory attractors on the level of individual and collective consciousness in this and further generations, thus accumulating quantum-holographic loads which afterwards cause not only illnesses, but also interpersonal fights, wars, and other troubles.

So, Quantum-Informational Medicine provides fundamental quantum-informational framework for better understanding of the nature of psychosomatic diseases as well as limitations of the healing methods, which might help in developing strategies for psychosomatic integrative medicine in the 21st century.



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