American College of Orgonomy Orgonomic
The science of orgonomy has implications for all aspects of nature. Orgonomy was first developed by Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957), student and colleague of Sigmund Freud. Dr. Reich's professional life began in psychoanalysis in the realm of unconscious emotions. His work, however, led him into progressively deeper and broader realms that organize into four basic areas: medical sciences, social sciences, biology and physics.
Orgonomic biology is the study of basic energy functions in living organisms that underlie biological process, from the simplest level of single-celled protozoa to the most complex organ systems in metazoans.
For information about the American College of Orgonomy's laboratory workshops in orgonomic science, please visit http://www.orgonomy.org/training/training_lab_course.html
The American College of Orgonomy www.orgonomy.org
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