EMP 8195 F. goli 3 credits
Bioenergy Economy Leadership III
This course combines on-campus and off-campus components. In addition to reading and written assignments, students will be required to attend two 2-day courses, taught by the instructors, at a location of their choice. Registration for the workshops requires additional fees beyond the EMU tuition for the course. Students must register for the workshop separately with the instructor through www.bioee.org.
The main goal of this course is training of trainers who can lead the institutional and volunteer groups to adopt a new healthy lifestyle on the basis of Bioenergy Economy instructions. Realizing and managing the human condition as a Biosemiotic matrix and Communicational network is the gist of the leadership course. This understanding of life is more synthetic and meditative than analytic and intellectual.
This integrative health model can be explained by interactions, transformations and interpretations of different forms of signs; Material, Energetic, Informational and intentional.
The misdirection of Consciousness-Information-Energy-Matter (CIEM) flow causes several dis-orders and dis-abilities. BEE is a way to proactive re-organizing the CIEM flow in order to facilitate self-actualization and salutogenesis (Release? Reprogramming? Motivating? Opening).
If we want to change our form of life and health condition, we should harmonize these modalities, so we should select a systemic approach, which can modulate cognitive, emotional, physical, energetic and spiritual aspects of human life.
BEE Trainers learn a new model for codal and modal deconditioning and reprocessing of CIEM flow, and actualizing of our prone to action healing power.
RESIDENTIAL REQUISITE: Attendance at Bioenergy Economy workshops taught by Dr. Goli and Dr.Farzanegan is required. This elective workshop is taught at various residential locations in the USA, Canada, Germany, Iran and Turkey. Registration for the workshops requires additional fees beyond the EMU tuition for the course. Students must register for the workshops separately with the instructors through www.Bioee.org