Dr. Cristian Negureanu
|Dr. Cristian Negureanu is a well known author and has published books since 1989! His work is well documented, very serious and he offers the readers innovating works of a great interest today. In 1990 he started to publish various articles and these are his most recent: Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2003. The Gospel According to Darwin, (176 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2003. Silence of the Idols, (208 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004. On the Doorsteps of the Kingdom, (176 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004. The Apocalypse of Psychiatry, (200 pages), Miracol Publishing House, Bucharest, 2004. "Images from the Station/Planet Eris/Nibiru" (a synthesis of the Sumerian writings, the Bible and the Book of Enoh) is to be published at the Antet Publishing House (www.antet.ro).
* Western science is approaching a paradigm shift of unprecedented proportions, one that will change our concepts of reality and of human nature, bridge the gap between ancient wisdom and modern science, and reconcile the differences between Eastern spirituality and Western pragmatism... The materialistic science's approach has become a strait jacket which inhibits the progress instead of encouraging it."
Dr. Stan Grof from Beyond the Brain - (Dr. Grof is Professor of Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies).
* T. Szasz, American psychiatrist: "If you talk to God, you're praying. If God talks back to you, you're accused of schizophrenia… The term 'mental disease' is a 'metaphor'; it doesn't represent a medical condition or illness, only a paramedical 'tag' used to hide a conflict under a disease and destined to justify the coercion as a treatment."
* E. Goffman, American sociologist: "The psychiatric hospitals are characterized by an extremely authoritative logic… the illness doesn't have a significant importance in the life of the patient."
* Telegraph (10 Feb 2009) - Florence Nightingale 'might never have succeeded with modern stigma against mental illness':
She became world-famous as the saviour of countless lives and the inventor of modern nursing, but a new report suggests that Florence Nightingale might never have been able to transform hospitals if she had to combat today's stigma against mental illness.
The document, co-written by Alastair Campbell, the former Government spin doctor, also questions whether a modern politician could reach the top of their profession suffering from Winston Churchill's "black dog" of depression.
And it queries whether the ideas of other leading figures, including Charles Darwin, Marie Curie and Abraham Lincoln, would be ignored in today's society, which the report found was heavily prejudiced against people with mental health problems. Full story:
* The Guardian - Prozac, used by 40M people, does not work, say scientists:
* Daily Mail - 'St John's Wort plant as effective as Prozac for treating depression', say scientists:
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