PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS AT THE MOLECULAR LEVEL
The texts of this chapter point to the certainty that psychological functions emerged at the molecular level of the living world development, as the energy exchange between proteins of different functions aimed at coordinating their activities directed towards maintaining the nucleic acid molecules they serve. The starting premise is that no part of the living world could have arisen from nothing, so if the morphological structures and functions of the living world emerged from simple organic molecules, the same goes for psychological functions.
PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING OF HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS
Although attempts to understand the psychological functioning of a man are confronted with subjective and objective difficulties that make this task practically unfeasible in an ideal way, some of the previous observations seem to indicate the root branches of psychological functions, from which the growth of numerous overhead branches and their complex interweaving create, figuratively speaking, the fascinatingly complex treetop we see on the surface, which represents the psychological functioning of higher consciousness.