The Quantum Field Theory Of Psychosocial Genomics: A Quantum Bayesian Notation For Therapeutic Consciousness And Cognition in

“The International Journal of Psychosocial and Cultural Genomics: Health & Consciousness Research” / Oct, 2015

The Psychosocial Genomics Research Institute
125 Howard Avenue, Los Osos, CA 93402, USA
Running Head: Quantum Field Theory of Therapeutic Psychosocial Genomics
ERNEST ROSSI, KATHRYN ROSSI, MAURO COZZOLINO and JIE JOLY-LI
corresponding author: ernest@ernestrossi.com

Abstract
We propose a new quantum field theory for the emerging psychosocial genomic science of optimizing health and wellness. Psychosocial genomics facilitates creative consciousness, gene expression, brain plasticity and expectancy in the holistic approaches to mind/body therapy. Psychosocial genomics brings together a variety of interdisciplinary fields ranging from stress reduction, psychosomatics, psychoneuroimmunology, meditation and mind-body medicine to the deep psychobiology of maximizing performance and problem solving. Paul Deric’s quantum bra-ket notation is utilized to illustrate how the qualia of experience-dependent gene expression and brain plasticity can be integrated with current research in sleep, dreams, the 4-stage creative cycle and the 90-120 minute basic rest-activity cycle of high and low phase hypnosis. Innovative psychosocial genomic research on all levels from mind to geneis clarified and recommended for formulating the scientific foundation of a quantum field theory of psychosocial genomics for optimizing all ancient and modern approaches to self-care and healing. Key Words: Bra-ket notation, cognition, consciousness, creativity, dreams, expectancy, psychosocial genomics, psychotherapy, qualia, quantum, RNA/DNA, sleep, therapeutic hypnosis…


Rossi E., Rossi K., Cozzolino M., Joly-Li J., (2015), The Quantum Field Theory Of Psychosocial Genomics: A Quantum Bayesian Notation For Therapeutic Consciousness And Cognition in “The International Journal of Psychosocial and Cultural Genomics: Health & Consciousness Research”, Issue 4, Vol.1, October 2015, p.11-25 [ DOWNLOAD ]