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Peter Baksa

"The Point of Power", available now on Amazon. He is also the author of "It's None of My Business What You Think of Me!. His website is

Peter Baksa, is an investigative journalist / entreprenuer who recently authored "The Point of Power". He has also written several other books including: "It's none of your business what you think about me" - Summer 2012, "Think Yourself Young" - release date Jan 20,2013. Peter is now finishing his fourth book entitled "Faith Wave" where he discusses how ancient rituals were meant specifically to train the brain to go into a Faith Wave to allow for manifestations to be initiated. He correlates these rituals with concepts found in contemporary quantum physics to prove his thesis.

Peter started life with old fashion German Lutheran drive, obtaining several degrees at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and acting as a visiting professor in the Architecture college and business schools. He published work showcasing a mathematical model he developed that values an asset over time. It uniquely addresses the concept that a building has energy that can be manipulated using marketing and property management techniques that lead to higher NOI. He presented this model at Harvard University business school in Cambridge in the early 1990's in a seminar he gave titled "The four rates for return for a real estate asset". His mathematical model was the the foundation of his Master thesis "The analytical framework of the development process."

Peter served on the board of directors of an Illinois Bank that he helped grow from a tiny 15 million dollar small town institution at acquisition, to crossing the 3 billion dollar in assets mark over a ten year period. He used techniques that he writes about in his books to achieve this success.

He was nominated to a small local Illinois symphony board of Directors. He was elected the youngest president in the history of the symphony after only 6 mos. on the board. During his time as president he took the symphony from near bankruptcy to selling out concerts using visualization and other techniques described in his book "The Point of Power".

Peter received his Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Science degrees from the University of Illinois. He studied in the Finance, MBA, and Law schools while in attendance at the graduate level through his post grad PHD research. He was a visiting professor lecturing on the development process and related topics after his graduation. Peter taught Architecture 466 a Graduate level class titled "Problems and processes in housing design".

Since his doctoral research he has pursued study in the field of theology focusing on ancient texts and has been a student of quantum physics. Peter reaches out for consult in the area of quantum physics and has partnered with several associates who do research in related study at Harvard University, University of Wis. and MIT to provide a backdrop to his investigative reporting. Baksa took the truths of ancient texts that have suffered the test of time and cross referenced these common denominators with the work of quantum mechanics to gain insight into how humans interact with the universe. He believes many of the rituals where designed to "train" the brain to more efficiently connect with those energies that create worlds from nothingness.

He looked to the research of Stephan Hawking, Richard Feynman, Carl Jung, Albert Einstein,Max Planck, and applied a similar template seeking truths that they all agreed upon sifting out anything that did not. From this final list of common denominators Baksa built the theoretical framework. This framework points to a method by which humans interact with the universe to create their reality. It shows how humans manifest their lives in the natural and attract matter.

Recently Peter spent time in Beijing China, studying the daily rituals of Tibetan Monks. This work included on camera interviews Tibetan Monks studying at the Lama Temple. The interviews looked behind the surface of the monks meditative practices and sought to correlate a relationship to quantum physics and the way the brain works within this triad. This research will be found in his next book "Think Yourself Young" where he points to the rituals of Tibetan monks residing in the Himalayas that are said to have lived to be over 120 years of age. Baksa continues to track the family heritage of these monks to establish proof of the ones over 140 since their birth predates any credible recordation. He is also mirroring their diet and measuring the effects using reoccurring blood tests to track the impact of what is mainly a vegetarian diet along with mediation or brain training exercise that goes back to the work of Lau Tzu 500BCE and Taoism.

Peter recently worked as a developer with several charities, including The Make a Wish Foundation, The Starlight Foundation, and Broward's Children Center successfully raising money and creating interest in these organizations through events that he created and successfully initiated. His last event garnered sufficient interest to raise enough funding to grant 5 children their wish via the Make a Wish foundation. The Illinois Preservation and Conservation Association awarded him the Community Commitment Heritage Award for his efforts to preserve Illinois architectural history through his company's historic preservation projects. Peter has volunteered as a reader for orphaned children via his alumni association membership. Peter has been involved with an Illinois homeless shelter as a volunteer food server and organizer. See his website for more background or contact his publicist at Newman Communications for interviews or guest appearances.

Entries by Peter Baksa

Are You 'Spiritual' but Not Religious?

(8) Comments | Posted July 16, 2014 | 11:54 AM

Spiritual Versus Religious

Defining religion might be the best way to start this part. Religion "is a collection of cultural systems, belief systems, and worldviews that establishes symbols which relate humanity to spirituality and, sometimes, to moral values."(1)

There are 19 major religious groupings in the world, and from them...

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Universal Law #4: 'Intend'

(0) Comments | Posted November 1, 2012 | 7:24 AM

Article five in a series of six -- "The Art of Manifestation"

In the beginning there was desire, which was the first seed of mind. Sages, having meditated in their hearts, have discovered through their wisdom the connection between the existent and the nonexistent.

At the quantum level of...

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Universal Law #3: 'Cause and Effect'

(0) Comments | Posted October 25, 2012 | 10:30 AM

Article four in a series of six -- "How to Manifest Anything You Desire".

The operational software that is at the essence of our human experience are memory and desire.

The law of cause and effect works in tandem with these two human functions. By becoming aware of the...

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Universal Law #2: 'Give to Receive'

(0) Comments | Posted October 18, 2012 | 7:11 PM

Article three in a series of six -- "How to Manifest Anything You Desire".

As I stood at the water's breaking edge, I gazed at the continuous ebb and flow of the tide as it crashed against the rocks. It reminded me of the constant giving and receiving flow...

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Universal Law #1: 'Pure Potential' -- How to Manifest Anything You Desire

(11) Comments | Posted October 18, 2012 | 11:58 AM

Article two in a series of six.

In shop class in the 7th grade I learned about how a potentiometer regulates the flow of energy to a light bulb. It determines the use of potential inherent in the electrical current running through the wires. We are...

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What Are the 5 Universal Laws That Initiate Manifestation of Our Desires?

(2) Comments | Posted October 3, 2012 | 5:50 PM

Chapter one, "Introduction to the Art of Manifestation" -- first in a series of six

Unemployed and sitting at home worrying? Marital problems leading you to divorce? Are you stressed and getting sick as a result? Let's turn this around for you in the coming five weeks.

When knowledge is...

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How to Always Respond With Right Action?

(12) Comments | Posted June 27, 2012 | 11:12 AM

We are only peripherally aware of our surroundings, and to an even larger degree, our immediate local surroundings. Since there is nothing new, the little voice in our head absorbs most all of our attention. Some people feel more alive when they travel because sense perception is what fills their...

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Are We Addicted to Drama?

(23) Comments | Posted June 21, 2012 | 1:40 PM

"The Tau leader practices detachment; while others are collecting. I alone have nothing; in their eyes the fool.

While they are clever and confident, I appear indifferent, drifting at sea; without a compass.
They march forward with purpose while I remain detached, delighted by distant harmonies, nourished by...

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Is Respect Key to Creating Greatness?

(15) Comments | Posted June 19, 2012 | 7:01 PM

Wise actions flow naturally from the right principles. When respect directs our daily choices, all our interactions are in harmony with our greater good. Respect for ourselves, one another, and for life itself should be at our core lighting the path for us. Knowing this basic principle, wise actions and...

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Can We Consistently Redirect Conflict to Our Favor?

(36) Comments | Posted June 11, 2012 | 2:59 PM

Lead with the Tau and negativity has no power. The energy is not repressed but redirected so that it does not harm. -- Lau Tzu, Tau 60.

Physics and Eastern theology converge in one important insight: that all creation is comprised of dynamic energy patterns. Everything, including our bodies,...

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Answer to Any Problem In 48 Hours or Less?

(21) Comments | Posted June 6, 2012 | 3:35 PM

Thirty spokes met at the wheels axis; the center space makes the wheel useful. Form clay into a cup; the center space is what gives it purpose. Frame doors and windows for a house; the openings make the house useful. Therefore, purpose comes from what is there because of what...
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Are You Still Renting Space in Plato's Cave?

(32) Comments | Posted June 1, 2012 | 1:00 PM

Last week we discussed the concept of god and how we may exist in a biocentric universe that contains many parallel universes. A perspective where material form and space is an accepted illusion and TOE (Theory of Everything) is being sought. The story I wrote and the thoughtful discussion that...

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Who or What Is God?

(120) Comments | Posted May 26, 2012 | 12:13 AM

"The most beautiful and deepest experience a man can have is the sense of the mysterious. It is the underlying principle of religion, as well as, all serious endeavour. He who never had this experience, if not dead, then at least blind. To sense that behind anything that can be...
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Can We 'Imagine' Ourselves Into a New Reality?

(20) Comments | Posted May 7, 2012 | 8:00 AM

Henry David Thoreau, in the mid-19th century at Walden Pond, offered up:

"If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours."

Dreams and imagination are the paints,...

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How to Create Harmony Out of Uncertainty

(15) Comments | Posted February 17, 2012 | 11:44 AM

The poet John Keats said that "negative capability" is a key ingredient for any artist. We demonstrate negative capability when we allow ourselves to remain present in the face of uncertainties, doubts and fear without emotional outbursts, bringing drama or reaching for fact or reason to use as a scapegoat...

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How to Begin to Achieve Your Dreams Right Now

(11) Comments | Posted February 3, 2012 | 2:42 PM

Ecclesiastes affirms that "to everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven."

Is everything related? Does everything run in cycles? By watching the cycles in our lives we can become mindful of how our actions naturally lead to larger consequences. One can begin to...

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Can Conflict Actually Improve Relationships?

(17) Comments | Posted January 30, 2012 | 1:11 PM

Conflict resolution is a process that not only resolves the problem at hand, but also can actually improve relationships. Conflict is a natural element of all human relationships. It cannot be avoided. In fact, avoiding conflict tends to lead to more and increased conflict at a point in the future....

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How Does Our Consciousness Change The Structure Of The Brain And Then Our Life?

(15) Comments | Posted January 20, 2012 | 10:05 AM

Meditation and Neuroplasticity

After spending time interviewing Tibetan monks while in Beijing, China, at the Lama Temple, correlations between their rituals and how they aligned with modern neuroplastic science began to surface. I was able to spend time with the Dalai Lama himself and found that he was curious about...

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Does the Soul Only Exist From 9 to 5?

(21) Comments | Posted January 5, 2012 | 6:30 AM

We are told that we are what we do, how much we have, where our political and religious beliefs stand and so on make up who we are. If you are a car mechanic, then that is the full extent of your existence; it defines the entirety of who you...

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The Butterfly Effect

(6) Comments | Posted December 20, 2011 | 2:56 PM

A popular notion in science fiction is the "Butterfly Effect." If you travel back in time, even the killing of a single butterfly can have devastating effects on our present. Well, we don't need time travel to see this sort of effect. It's all around us. Even the littlest action...

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