We live in an era when the degradation of the natural environment adds a physiological and psychological component to the stress of modern living. The damage caused by poisonous compounds spreads more rapidly as a result of deforestation and other uncontrollable circumstances.
As a result, preserving the earth and our existence becomes critical!
We aim to assemble a colloquium of artists, craftspeople, therapeutic and healthcare practitioners for the overall integrative design.
The Human Infrastructure Project aims to integrate various types of humanistic sciences, such as painters, writers, and musicians, to evolve into a unified whole with significant rights and calls to action.
Not only do we take agriculture and sustainable living as our starting point, but we also address and entangle the cultural heritage of our lands and that of others.
We introduce a global initiative that can be sustained worldwide in the future, implementing local centre facilities across the earth as representatives of the Human Infrastructure Project.
Based on our extensive research over the previous few years and the years to come, we claim that these therapies should serve as the sole means of humanity. They should serve as the foundation for what we refer to as natural medicine.
They have been for aeons!
Where modern medicine fails, these therapies should be viewed as a means of preventing, curing, and preserving our lives and inspecting the human being as a whole.
Additionally, with reference to the Hippocratic oath, and even what is currently handled in Chinese, Japanese, Peruvian, and African, as well as in Tibet and other parts of the world, natural and ancient medicine serve as a supplement to conventional and contemporary medicine.
· The Center for Ancient Alchemy & The Healing Arts seeks to promote the optimal equilibrium that issues from a vast array of sources encompassing herbal medicines, holistic medicine and traditional medicine that is newly acknowledged like CAM.
· Therefore, we introduce our visitors to a wide variety of methods also implying, the means we have to re-shape the misinformed perspective moulded upon these therapies that have been overshadowed by the big pharma.
· We are not at any source of conflict with conventional medicine whatsoever. We seek a reunion or a unifying association between these two medicinal branches.
· Our Initiative concerning a healthier lifestyle depends on medicinal foods. Nutrition can be described as the aggregate of all mechanisms engaged in how nutrients are obtained, metabolized, and utilized to promote all processes and cycles of life.
· We provide areas of study that emphasize the importance of eating as a healing medicine.
· Our medicinal workshops also explore and discuss the various other determinants of health and disease through the implementation of dietary guidelines and health promotion suggestions determined by intense scientific research.
· Farmers for Health - Global Initiative seek to conserve and restore, acquire and use ancient farming techniques as training facilities. One of the most beautiful gifts of life is health.
· Sometimes this fact is appreciated only by those who lost it. Therefore, we intend to propose a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
· We invite you to join us in our journey towards a healthier life. Through study, we choose to inspire the seeker to achieve a healthier diet backed by nutritional science and a range of tools using systematic evidence for health management and disease prevention.
Our goal is to commit to correcting the transitory conditions that have defined agriculture and farming over the last decade.
The delivery of agricultural products is vital to us as well as the distribution and commissioning of quality characteristics.
From another perspective, this Initiative drives us to develop ties with rising farmers to progress the permaculture and agriculture & farming industries to achieve the desired health benefits.
Natural and clinical observations regarding an individual's natural environment.
The Human Infrastructure Project aims to bring to light inherited natural and cultural resources dispersed across a region or isolated.
Therapy can take many forms. One of these forms can also be expressed through performance arts.
The theatre was one of the earliest forms proclaimed by Aristotle and other physicians of ancient Greece. This form of artistic expression was capable of eliciting a specific type of purification - Catharsis - that addressed the mental and emotional state, as current doctors do, and addressed the being more deeply, into its soul, into its spirit.
Therefore a person was capable of knowing himself, in accordance with the old dictum "Know Thyself ".
Moreover, "quiet rooms" were designed in which patients would go to sleep to dream of being mentally healthy, and it was believed that this would help them improve their mental health.
Psychological and emotional disorders were seen as nature's influence on a person and addressed like other illnesses.
Hippocrates asserted that the brain is the organ accountable for mental illness and that intelligence and sensitivity reach the brain through the mouth by breathing.
Hippocrates believed that mental illnesses could be treated more effectively if handled similarly to physical medical conditions.
Music and theatre played a critical role in treating physical and psychological illnesses and improving human behaviour.
Healing the soul through music was considered to heal the body as well.
For instance, the alternating sound of the flute and harp served as a treatment for gout. Asclepius was the first to apply music as therapy to conquer "passion."
Aristotle claims that the effect of religious melodies that thrill the soul resembles those who have undergone medical treatment and mental catharsis in some.
Additionally, therapy also encompasses selective literature readings.
Therapy is entirely free and should not be limited. A person can wander through a wood, a forest, or a meadow, at day or at night, gazing at the sky, at the surface of a lake, or walking barefoot on the moist grass or barren land.
All these contribute to the man's alignment with his source and the natural surroundings.
We believe that therapy lies within us. It should act as a guide, directing the individual toward its own distinctive therapeutic cure. Such a solution could be as simple as walking barefoot on country land, soaking in a river in any climatic environment, or reflexotherapy, which involves massaging one's foot sole. A diet that has been carefully chosen. An artistic expression such as writing, painting, or music.
A way of expressing oneself through crafts such as pottery, sketching, or woodworking.
Based on the studies we have conducted over the past few years, which will gradually come to light, we acknowledge that this epoch is at a tipping point. Therefore, whatever is opposed to human rights, farming, and agriculture, we must also oppose it. As a result, we must speak out against anything that violates human rights, farms, or agriculture.
We believe that each country's cultural heritage shaped by music, artistry, crafting, treating, etc., has a lot to offer to the healthcare systems.
We honour all individuals who are afflicted by religious and new age trauma. We approach Trauma in a variety of ways. Some may have negative interactions with unscrupulous New Age healers who promise nothing but lies.
The trauma section handles Trauma caused by socioeconomic conditions, family trauma, cult and religious Trauma, and new age trauma caused by spiritual scammers. Everything that may fall under Trauma is addressed through therapeutic and integrative therapies.
From an archaeological standpoint, we wish to collect writings on history, geography, poetry, transcription techniques and advances, folklore and beliefs, plant cures, and even indigenous sciences that have moulded our civilization.
Nonetheless, we endeavour to create the most systematic colloquium of our generation. Everything is viewed through an archaeological lens.
By addressing the humanitarian arts as a whole, we hope to summarise chronicles, astronomy, and literature, mythical and religious writings, decrees, old laws, rare photos and footages, historical inscribing, and administrative records.
The satisfaction that a new discovery gives, the ability to make future connections with a notion we already knew, leads us to believe that our scope is not pointless and may be vital for future generations.
The Human Library is a repository for cultural preservation and the refinements that ancient humans possessed as natural features of life.
We have established the foundations for three businesses that will demonstrate their utility in the future. Our mission continues today, particularly for the labour and care of researchers and healthcare practitioners who face a battle against all hinders in their endeavour.
We are cognizant of the critical nature of laying the groundwork and establishing a foundation for future generations, in terms of learning new skills and acquiring knowledge, which risks being lost if we do not gather it and attempt to integrate everyone who has a passion for and an interest in integrative medicine.
We are in serious danger now as a result of misinformation and deception. We are not opposed to others; instead, we are attempting to incorporate what is necessary and significant for safeguarding lands, farming, permaculture, alternative medicines, and everything else that contributes to our programmes to establish and train future generations.
We want to have learning facilities that address everything like an unfolding perspective. New discoveries are starting to become forgotten.
Archaeological richness and diversities.
The Infrastructure bill should advocate for the necessary resource funding and lay the groundwork for our cause.
Social infrastructure refers to the underlying services and structures that support a nation's, region's, city's, or a community's quality of life. This category encompasses any infrastructure that goes beyond essential economic purposes in order to make a community more livable.
We do not make pronouncements in a conspiratorial manner; instead, we speak on behalf of humanity's freedom.
Promoting wellness tools is consistent with one of life's greatest gifts - health.
Our devotion to the therapeutic inquiry has enabled us to develop this project for health and well-being maintenance as a pleasurable assessment for our clients.
Our endeavour is to raise donations to cover all costs.
The Human Infrastructure Project is a concept coined by Clairese Claudet in order to address everything outlined on these websites and structures that can gather under its umbrella all the healing therapies addressing healthcare; all the strategical plants for sustainable agriculture; all the humanities addressing a broader perspective joining together worldwide communities that share the same principles.
We are working to legalize all of these characteristics for the modern-day, as a pillar and a magnificent endeavour for our descendants.
Our cause acts for the future protection of properties on which we can build facilities and preserve landmarks and sites that could serve as the foundation for our global headquarters.
We examine our future farming potential from a variety of angles. We want to integrate trees that give shade, fix nitrogen, and improve soil compost into places prone to erosion to tighten and fasten the mud.
Our companies deal with plant pests and diseases, such as the one that affects sugar cane.
Additionally, we have developed and collaborated with a variety of partners that all share a common goal: the benefit of our lands and future generations.
What more can we do to our world than make it accessible to future generations and kindle their enthusiasm and love?
If not now, then when? When is the appropriate time for the government to invest in a well researched, thoroughly planned, totally urgent, and invigorating endeavour to help establish a new paradigm? To create a comprehensive worldview in which people can learn to discern and understand the underlying reasons for their problems.
It is clear that modern man is still struggling with acknowledging his or her medical condition. When the moment comes, relying solely on a physician can be hazardous. A clinical examination and a visit to the physician are beneficial; however, if the physician works in tandem with these holistic medications, the patient benefits.
Moreover, such physicians do exist. It is only because contemporary medicine lacks certain dispositions that we believe it is only a matter of time before it acknowledges that it should coexist with holistic and natural medicine, which aid the body in a variety of ways and also provide nutritional benefits.
Additionally, with reference to the Hypocratic oath, and even what is currently handled in Chinese, Japanese, Peruvian, and African, as well as in Tibet and other parts of the world, natural and ancient medicine serve as a supplement to conventional and contemporary medicine.