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Get the Life You Always Wanted by Using Your Emotions

Learn How to Program and Create Your Own Life with Your Emotions Our thoughts are energy that emits frequencies according to the emotion we feel. Werner Heisenberg, one of the fathers of quantum mechanics, has already stated that “the universe is not made up of things, but networks of the vibrational energy emerging from something deeper and more subtle”, which corroborates the energy we emanate through our thoughts. Dakila Pesquisas conduct investigations (led by the President Urandir Fernandes de Oliveira) about how we can use the emotions in our favor, shaping our lives through our thoughts and desires using our emotions. If we could learn how to handle all our emotions (that are the great human fuel), using its force as a dynamo, we can turn a thought into reality. Than we will take control over ourselves and we will be capable to transform our universe into the life we […]

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Urandir – Steps of research in Turkey

The President of the Dakila Pesquisas, Urandir Fernandes de Oliveira leds the seventh zigurats expedition, which occurred in Turkey in October 2013. Participated in this study a group of 80 researchers, who traveled from west to eastern Turkey in search of information to complement the research related to the ancient kingdoms of Antiquity. Starting on October 18 in Istanbul they reached Dara on 27 October. Most places surveyed showed references to ancient civilizations and kingdoms that inhabited the land in remote past.  Istanbul, which was the starting point was the site of ancient Byzantium and Constantinople. Already near the town of Izmir were collected a lot of information in Ephesus, where the most perfect and preserved Greek stadium. Were found at Ephesus magnificently and preserved buildings such as the Library of Celsus, the Hadrian’s Gate and the Hellenistic Theatre, plus fountains, streets, Roman baths and commercial agoras. The Temple of […]