Integral mathematics

Integral mathematics is a type of a configuration that allows us to develop the energy of the brain by means of numerical signs - the numbers.

It is a measurement system that allows us to operate with the mass, system and language of numbers. Integral mathematics is a type of a hidden cone which sets the direction of the calculus; it is a unique tissue of knowledge, which allows us to operate with atemproal indicators.

Integral mathematics requires from us on the first place to develop our brain functions to such an extent of their operation so that the brain can learn the nature of alchemy not in an esoteric, but in an exact way.

Integral mathematics is based on the laws of distribution of systems that allow the generation of energy, rather than on the principles adopted in the modern mathematical analysis.

To understand integral mathematics it is important to understand how to grow the system. In other words, it must be constituent for all that it generates in a given direction, which means that it doesn't just divide, but it multiplies. It imposes those mathematical concepts that need to be followed and it is not interested in explaining something that has neither form nor direction. It is conical and it is determined by the rhythm of growth and division, depending on the integral field, which means that it is initial.

Integral mathematics offers a metric of development primarily to the brain, and then through the brain comes the development of the mathematical cognition.

For integral mathematics are important certain properties of the brain, where the fundamental law is the law of symmetry. In order to approach the highest function of the measurement system - to operate with the data through the parietal and crown lobes of the brain, one must learn to operate with the symmetrical activity of the brain, for which the medulla oblongata is responsible.

Only after learning the mathematics of the medulla oblongata, which refers to the laws of the first integral field, one can come to the concept of the laws of division, for which the cerebellum and the second integral field are responsible. In other words, the root of the knowledge of division in integral mathematics is the cerebellum. We need to learn how to think with the cerebellum. The top is the crown area of the brain. To obtain the knowledge of integral mathematics it is first necessary to learn the algorithm of growth in this knowledge, therefore we must first deal with the geometry of the brain.

You can't study something without understanding and knowing how and why you study it. In order to understand integral mathematics it is important to understand the derivative velocity of the changes that happen with the function, proceeding from the possibility not only to increase this function, but also to assimilate it. Roughly speaking, we must only cognize what we can physically experience or fill, otherwise we become a function of the calculus.

Thus, we must teach our own brains to integrate into the reporting systems before we start using them. When ascribing today such a notion as intuitive calculus to the ancients, we do not understand that their methods were based on completely different parts of the brain compared to those areas that we use today.

For many, what I am writing also looks like an utopia, but this is only because the brain divisions that are launched today are not able to fully utilize the integral mathematical analysis which requires the involvement of several divisions at once. The basic form of thinking of modern people is frontal, where emotional experience is formed by means of information and knowledge. This leads to one or another dependence on the information that develops the brain reaction to its knowledge, and not to the cognitive principle itself. In other words, there is no assimilation. The brain is not able to understand the nature of the limited and limitless transition.

The main mistake of modern mathematics is that, without realizing this, it has offloaded all onto the limitless functions, which simply have to be solved in different integral fields, where the same number bears different meanings. In fact, here is hidden the secret of the magic square, which nobody understands properly. In reality, this is an integral load on a number that you have to be able to consider not in a flat way.

The most interesting thing is that there are no new functions in the nature, they are all validated. We just need to understand the angle from which we observe these functions. In fact, it is interesting that, for example, by learning the integral theory, mathematics does not cognize this theory. Of course, here it would be much more interesting to go into the studies of the brain performed by Leibniz, Newton and Jacob Bernoulli, who demonstrate the laws of integral mathematics and its experience themselves.

So first you need to experience the two basic integrals. Any mathematical notation represents a symbol. Everything in mathematics is described by nine integral fields, which were designated by the numbers we know, each of which represents a wave. It is surprising that the nine divisions of the brain are these same numbers and waves and thus they are also quantifiable.

Thus, integral mathematics teaches us on the first place the mathematics of the brain.

Read more in the book “Integral Alchemy”

30 september 2015

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