Alex Hemme

Tool trade
Arnhem, Netherlands

About Alex

Languages

Dutch, English, German

Areas of Expertise

CRAFTSMAN, childpsychiatry, consultant sales

An idea worth spreading

I would say, the consciousness is not part of the physical body but it is living as an inhabitant of a human body. In every aspect I would say on earth we do become aware of something, have awareness of something, because we are not that something our self. Everything we meet on earth, including our Selfs, is the projection of the immanent spirit and what we meet is the mirroring of this spirit. into the material world and its phenomena. As humans we stand in a dualistic world , dualistic since we, by our thinking, split up the given world in different parts. But it is by this same thinking, when we develop it to a spiritual sense of observing thinking, that we can lift up this duality we make and live in, and become directly aware of the one and only immanent spirit as it is living in the world of matter and non matter.

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I would say, the consciousness is not part of the physical body but it is living as an inhabitant of a human body. In every aspect I would say on earth we do become aware of something, have awareness of something, because we are not that something our self. Everything we meet on earth, including our Selfs, is the projection of the immanent spirit and what we meet is the mirroring of this spirit. into the material world and its phenomena. As humans we stand in a dualistic world , dualistic since we, by our thinking, split up the given world in different parts. But it is by this same thinking, when we develop it to a spiritual sense of observing thinking, that we can lift up this duality we make and live in, and become directly aware of the one and only immanent spirit as it is living in the world of matter and non matter.

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Alex Hemme
Posted 7 months ago
Wendy Chung: Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)
Trevor, thanks for your contribution. I have worked with primary autistic adolescent children with average or high cognitive skills. None of these children would have been able to survive in any part of our 3000 year human history without intense care and protection. So I not completely understand what you write. Maybe you can give some more information?
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Alex Hemme
Posted 7 months ago
Wendy Chung: Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)
These children are spirits who have choosen to enter a life on earth but possibly waver to enter their incarnation fully since the world in general is not nurturing, educating and allowing them to have their own life in a healthy way. Children are no gifts, no presents from God given to anybody, My 4 children are no presents given to me. They are unique Spirits, by God given the possibility to have a life on earth in a human body to become human more and more. But our world is increasingly becoming more and more inhuman. You should know this.
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Alex Hemme
Posted 7 months ago
Wendy Chung: Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)
Caroline, please could you give more information please since I read: " my son is autistic and changed before my eyes after being adminstered certain vaccines! " I do not understand, was he autistic before he was vaccined? In that case vaccination is not the cause but is making it worse. Could we understand to see this as: "My son had a broken leg but walking stairs all the day made him suffer more of this broken leg?"
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Alex Hemme
Posted 7 months ago
Wendy Chung: Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)
I have been working with autistic children, primary autistic children. When autism is making it almost impossible for a human to take care his or her own life in a healthy way, it is different an intriguing but as a state of being not desirable. Why not? Because these people can be hurt by "unhealthy" people and have no way to defend themselfs. To name an example out of my life: One of my autistic adolescent pupils killed one of the other autisitic pupils. This was not desirable.
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Alex Hemme
Posted 9 months ago
Wendy Chung: Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)
The increase in autism could also be approached out of a more spiritual direction. When we would consider a human to be a spiritual entity incarnating in a human body there could be something wrong in the incarnation process. For the increase of autism could tell at the end spiritual human entities hesitate, waver, hold back at some point to enter fully this human body. When we look at autism and in this case I would limit myself to primary autism, we can wonder if such a human will get a real life biography through the years. When other humans would only take care this autism in a material way, giving shelter food, clothes and more of these, such autists would not at the end have a real personal biography, or a very limited personal biography. In some way we could say, after they then have crossed "the tresshold" it was as if they not realy have been here on earth as a personal human, despite what we put inside their lifes ourselfs. So, looking at the direction human "civilisation" is taking, I think it is interesting to ponder if it would be possible human spirits more and more are reluctant to enter earthly life.
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Alex Hemme
Posted 9 months ago
Wendy Chung: Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)
Could there not be another way of looking at autism? I mean the other way round? When we just would not consider a human to be a biological machine/robot but a spiritual entity incarnating in a human body, would that not give another way to approach autism? Looking from the above "direction" I think all the biological physical stuff we find are not the cause of autism but the way autism is expressed in a human. To give some kind of sample: there is no light in the room because we found the origin - being electricity going through the wires - but because somebody undertook the action to turn on the light. I wonder if a human develops autism I in fact do not think so. In my view about every human does pass a state of autism as a baby. Autists do get stucked somewhere in this state and do not progress significally in their continueing life. So in this view people do not develop autism. It simply was there at some point but it became a kind of "state of being" And how could we look at this state of being? It is the phase in a humans life where the " I "of a human should "get in". I often compare this with a plane. The "plane" is the body, the passengers are the physical human qualities. At some point in the human life the pilot should enter the plane and "fly" it. But in autism "the pilot", being the spiritual core of a human, does not enter the plane, and please try to imagine what situation we have when there is a plane with passengers but no pilot getting on board. At some point I came to work with autistic adolescents out of this way of looking at autism. In a comparative study in the institute where I worked it turned out that the 2 children I worked with out of this way of looking at autism, and the approach I developed out of that, made the most significant positive progress in their development.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Is Philosophy dead?
Teapots are sometimes visible and invisible. My wife sometimes is also invisible, Does it mean I then cannot prove or disprove she exist? As far as I am informed even Russel himself did take distance from his flying teapot. Then, when most philosophers talk about proving or disproving God they always have the premise or starting point of reasoning God has to be proved in a material way. In other words: when 'God' is not to experience by our senses we cannot know if 'God' exists.