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La Fisica Quantistica incontra l’ipnosi. Dai fondamenti teorici alla pratica clinica Parte prima
Titolo Rivista: IPNOSI 
Autori/Curatori:  Giuseppe De Benedittis 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2020 Fascicolo: 2  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  19 P. 5-23 Dimensione file:  240 KB
DOI:  10.3280/IPN2020-002001
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Il modello dualistico mente-corpo risulta da tempo inadeguato sul piano sia epistemologico che clinico. Per superare la dicotomia tra mente e corpo, viene proposto un nuovo paradigma basato sulla teoria dei sistemi complessi caotici e sulla meccanica quantistica. In questa prospettiva, l’interfaccia mente-corpo rappresenta un sistema caotico, governato dal principio di probabilità, come evidenziato nella fisica subatomica e nella meccanica quantistica, piuttosto che dal principio de-terministico di causalità. Patterns di comportamento caotico possono essere riscontrati nell’attività neuronale e l’applicazione di modelli caotici sembra essere rilevante per la ricerca mente-corpo e il processo di trance. È stata proposta una teoria della coscienza quantistica, in gran parte controversa, poiché la Fisica Quan-tistica si applica al mondo subatomico e non alle macrostrutture, come il cervello. La cognizione quantica è una disciplina emergente che applica il formalismo matematico della teoria quantistica per esplorare e modellare fenomeni cognitivi, come l’elaborazione delle informazioni da parte del cervello umano, supera i limiti e le carenze del dualismo cartesiano e la teoria generale quantistica. Poiché l’ipnosi è uno stato speciale di coscienza, la cognizione quantica si applica al funzionamento cognitivo ipnotico piuttosto che alla struttura ipnotica.


Keywords: Coscienza, ipnosi, caos, Fisica Quantistica, cognizione quantica, ipnosi quantica

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