Marcus Schmieke

The inventor of the Information Field technology and developer of TimeWaver systems was born in 1966. In the course of his studies of physics and philosophy in Heidelberg and Hanover, he developed the vision of exploring the interaction between matter and consciousness.

This synthesis between science and philosophy is the leitmotif in his life. Among other things, he has also studied Vedic philosophy and architecture during his stays in various Indian monasteries.

His encounter with the physicist Burkhard Heim, as well as his work on his own books about science and consciousness – The Last Secret and the Field of Life – laid the theoretical foundation for the development of Information Field technology. Through an intensive examination of Heim’s model of the 12 dimensional structure of the universe, Marcus Schmieke gained a deep understanding of the physical Information Field.

In 2007, on the basis of the work of Burkhard Heim, the Russian physicist Nikolai Kozyrev and other scientists, Marcus Schmieke developed the first TimeWaver system and thus brought Information Field technology into practical application for the first time. Within a very short period of time it proved to be a success in complementary medicine, and now TimeWaver systems are being increasingly used in areas such as business, family and personality development.

In coming years he developed further professional medical systems for the measurement of heart rate variability and Information Field directed frequency therapy, all of which are based on his developments in Information Field technology.

He also wrote more than 20 books about the connection of mind and matter and other spiritual and scientific topics, which have been translated into several languages. He is also the co-founder of the Tattva Viveka magazine, a forum for philosophical and scientific exchanges.

Marcus Schmieke is the founder of the Institute for Applied Consciousness Research (IACR) in Berlin, where he explores the interaction between matter and consciousness with several international physicists. For several years he was a visiting professor at the Dev Sanskriti University in Haridwar, India.

Presently he lives and works in the Kränzlin castle near Berlin. In addition to his work at TimeWaver, he lectures on scientific, philosophical and medical topics worldwide.

In his most recent book, The Second Path – My Life in the Information Field, he presents his thoughts on the development of Information Field technology and gives insights into his vision of the future.

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