Peace beyond the horizon.
Peace Beyond The Horizon
following is a unique theory and method as envisioned by the
Russian-born Mark Komissarov. It
is based upon his discovery that people are capable of decoding
information about the environment of the world around them without
using sense perception. His background as
both chemist and engineer leads him to conclude that the latent
potential of our minds are quite incredible in acquiring relevant data
through unusual pathways. Engaging his
students with respect to this notion, alone, stirs and enlightens his
Komissarov founded the Info Institute and Blind Care Foundation in
Brooklyn, N.Y. in
the year 2000. For
six years, he taught young people and adults how to acquire vital
information about their personal surroundings while their eyes are
closed; the results were phenomenal! One
his lessons taught Children under twelve years of age how to quickly
recall written texts without actually "reading" them.
This was done after only their first session.
Later, they learned how to do many other
things such as describing pictures, coloring, finding balls hidden
under caps, etc. Though
the subjects were working in actual time, they all learned how to apply
new capabilities of perception to past applications. For
instance, they would give answers about objects that are not on a table
any longer; they would build structures repeating the correct color
patterns and arrangements of items such as plastic caps, sheets of
paper, books, etc.
though some of the students were, indeed, more talented than others -
since they were able to read computer disks while holding it by hand -
all of them achieved extraordinary results. The
conclusions of this highly unusual exposition signify that there may be
some sort of information or data field that is ever-present in our
human environment. The theory, of course,
requires further scientific study, specifically in neuro-biological
of the focus points in this theory involves "Alternative Sight".
It could help blind people to enjoy a more interactive and, thus,
happier livelihood. Having this sight
potential for learning would open up for the person another avenue for
are many millions of blind people who could benefit from the findings
of such innovation as being introduced by the Info Institute and Blind
Care Foundation. The founder and president
of the Institute, Mark Komissarov, is positive that his graduates will
be able to make the right decisions in different situations in their
work and in their personal lives.