CAUSISM PRINCIPLES

Science vs Religion: Part 2

Science vs Religion: Part 2

Science v Religion: Part 2To return to Charles Darwin, all his research was predominately on species other than humans. England at the time was overwhelmingly Christian so with such a puritanical outlook prevailing it was many years before he had the courage to take...

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Certainty of Self: Part 1

Certainty of Self: Part 1

Certainty of Self: Part 1There is a gulf of infinite dimension between "Knowing" and "Knowing About". The former is of course 'subjective' whereas the latter is obviously 'objective'. Subjective refers to a person's own universe, their own thoughts, ideas, and...

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Certainty of Self: Part 2

Certainty of Self: Part 2

Certainty of Self: Part 2An example of the power and practical application of the Causism™ material was a lady who rang on Christmas Eve asking for an appointment. She was desperate for help so being free at the time I offered my help right there and then over the...

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Cause and Effect: Part 1

Cause and Effect: Part 1

Cause and Effect: Part 1It is a law of the universe - nothing happens without a cause. To emphasise that scientific fact, it is irrefutable that nothing just happens, there is always something that causes it to happen and the basis of all causes is the application of...

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Cause and Effect: Part 2

Cause and Effect: Part 2

Cause and Effect: Part 2To return to the thrust of this article and to demonstrate and prove the fact that everything that happens is the product of energy, it is best to use everyday physical universe examples that even the least informed will recognise and...

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Cause and Effect: Part 3

Cause and Effect: Part 3

Cause and Effect: Part 3In another article “What is the Mace Method”, six salient points were offered that epitomise the uniqueness of MEM, but to attempt to parrot them off would surely be off-putting, so an initial simplistic answer, “unlike other therapies, we...

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