Biosensory phychology as a newly declared modality was registered in 2003 in Moscow in the All-Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League. Technically the registration was carried out by Andrey Zakharevich, PhD, psychology, on the instructions of the St. Petersburg Institute of Social Development of Natural Abilities, which today is – the Institute of Biosensory Psychology.
The general scheme of biosensory psychology, its conceptual apparatus, fundamental research principles and formula-making approaches were drawn and prepared for practical use on the basis of the results of long research and teaching activity of Vladimir Tonkov, which he later adapted for the key specialists of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology and of a number of establishments that were the logical predecessors of this study and research institution.
The ideas, formalized approaches, experience of many years and methodical materials of Vladimir Tonkov’s educational courses of those years, with a minimum amount of exceptionally technical corrections and sometimes practically without changes and editing, were later taken as the basis for the group of biosensory psycho-disciplines (biosensory psychology, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis) during their registration and also in the further development of this area.
The main aim of biosensory psychology
is the restoration of a realistic attitude toward consciousness, its abilities and the areas of human knowledge that study them. Biosensory psychology has no intention of rejecting everything existing in science, its mission is different: to reveal in a new light and to generalize the facts which, whether they be well-known or little-known, for exposing a vitally important contemporary attitude toward questions which for generations have been surrounded by clouds of mystification, delusion, lies and false interpretations.
It is specifically the search for answers to eternal questions of the human existence and borders of its abilities that is the main origin of the field of biosensory psycho-disciplines.
The group of biosensory psychology is exactly in the middle between mystical and scientific areas. This is a difficulty, but also an advantage: biosensory psychology can create classification mechanisms on its own, while suffering from the neighbors’ minuses (weak points) and using their strong points.
The basis of biosensory psychology
was proof obtained from many years of activity in extended studies and the use of paraeffects. Such as the ability of every human organism without exception to cause powerful influence on magnetic and absolutely non-magnetic objects of a small mass, causing them to move. We have the opportunity to bring out such abilities in a person. It is precisely the fact that we were able to achieve 100% results by psychological methods, causing a person to move objects of small mass, which serves as an evidential base.
We obtained an opportunity to declare that the human psyche and its processes in classic scientific literature have been given a false description. This fact has not gotten much attention and is forbidden for a number of reasons – social, political and also those of personal nature for people who have seen this phenomenon.
The fundamental peculiarity of biosensory psychology (psychoanalysis) and psychotherapy
is the attitude toward all psychophysical processes (whether of a physical or chemical or of philosophical nature), treating these processes as unconditionally material ones, without the speculation which was inherited from philosophers of antiquity, the Middle Ages and of later periods.
Biosensory psychology considers the human being in all its diversity as a complex psychophysical system formation. It does not set apart any particular area with psychic features that only it possesses, but instead asserts that the human psychic ability is a complex system of complicated reflexations of the comprehensive scheme of its components. And at the same time, undoubtedly, biosensory psychology does not question specific forms of orderly reactions of isolated parts of the human organism, while considering psychic reactions not as being ideally separately detached, but absolutely overall reactions in an entirety of responses of a psychophysical nature on the part of the entire scope of the human organism.
Therefore, biosensory psychology considers the psyche to be a function of physiology, and also physiology to be a function of the psyche. The central nervous system and particularly the brain can be considered to be a reacting mechanism for regulating physical processes and unification of the ‘highest’ thought activity in undisplayed forms with physiological processes.
The psyche as seen by biosensory psychology (as well as psychotherapy and psychoanalysis) is an absolutely material multi-density constitution with a rather clearly configured system of reactions to incoming irritants. It is made of absolutely concrete different material substances and reacts to distortions and irritations of the ambient space in a rather organized way.
The group of biosensory psychology emerged not because one of the researches wanted it so, but as a consequence of stark contradictions between contemporary data from different areas of modern science: physics, chemistry, medicine, philosophy, psychology and so on.
Exactly the presence of carefully concealed divergences between facts and their prognostication in respect of the human being became the reason for the origination of this extremely interesting area which today puts forth more questions than answers.
The same way as any other new scientific area does.