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 doctoral 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 Stephen 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 138 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 Home
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