interview with Dr. Igor
Dr. Igor Četojević,
Medical Doctor and acupuncturist, qualified at the Medical University
of Sarajevo in 1988. He then studied Chinese Traditional Medicine
at The European Center for Peace and Development in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
with advanced seminars and hospital experience in Beijing, China.
He also holds a diploma from The Indian Institute of Magnetotherapy,
New Delhi. He has done intensive research on how geopathic and other
radiation affects people’s health and well being and what
can be done to minimize its negative influence.
on a lecture tour in South Africa in 2001, Dr.Igor was introduced
to the QXCI biofeedback system. Sensing that this was a revolutionary
tool he traveled to Budapest to meet its inventor, Prof. William
Nelson. Applying his vast medical knowledge in conjunction with
the QXCI and now the more advanced SCIO, has produced remarkable
results for his patients. He is now one of the leading SCIO practitioners
and trainers, offering presentations at the World QX Conference
in Budapest and advanced seminars.
attending many international conferences as well as chalking up
countless hours of practice, Dr. Igor is now an Advanced International
Instructor for Quantum Technologies and Managing Director of Quantum
Medicum (Belgrade). During
2010 - 2011, Dr. Igor worked with the Serbian tennis star, Novak
Djokovic, helping him to reach the number one ranking in the tennis
are living in a time of great transition on many levels. We can
see that the pace of change is accelerating; the ease and speed
of global communication, the availability of information, advances
in technology that make our lives easier and more pleasant and
medical marvels that were unthinkable in the past.
However, a hindrance to enjoying the more positive aspects of
these technological advances is the fact that most people are
still stuck in an outmoded way of thinking left over from the
beginning of the “technical era” and industrial revolution. It
all started with the so-called Newtonian concept of a mechanical
universe. Science grew into a separate field and a system of medicine
developed that viewed each part of the body as a separate unit
rather than an intrinsic part of a whole organism.
So-called “alternative” or “complementary” therapies are based
on the ancient concept that the body is a “whole”. That’s where
the expression “holistic” comes from (I don’t what happened to
the “w”!). More than that, each of our own individual body systems
is connected to the whole of the universe. This concept is present
in all religious and spiritual systems, expressed in different
ways and often hidden from general practice, but it’s there if
you have the curiosity, motivation and desire to look.
Older forms of medicine, many of which are still practised in
the East and in rural societies include Tradition Chinese Medicine,
Ayur Veda, Unani and the so-called “folk remedies” like herbs,
poultices and teas. More recent developments include homeopathy,
Bach Flowers, Cranial-Sacral, Chiropractic, Sound and Colour therapies,
REM, EFT, biofeedback, and many, many more. What all these modalities
have in common is that they stimulate the body’s power to heal
itself rather than address the symptoms of a disease and try to
The latest advances in science and mathematics are bringing us
back to the holistic view. It has been proven mathematically that
we exist in a minimum of 11 dimensions simultaneously and that
all things are interconnected. There is so much more to us than
the sum of our physical parts. Again, this information is readily
available if you know where to look, but it is not broadcast because
there is too much invested in the current model, especially regarding
the pharmaceutical industry. Western medicine has made great strides
in treatment for war and accident victims, trauma, etc., but is
really not effective in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment
of disease and optimising health. is that they stimulate the body’s
power to heal itself rather than address the symptoms of a disease
and try to “fight” them.
It is not difficult to take the first steps to improved health.
Once you realise that your own body has all the knowledge and
the full capacity to heal itself you can take the reins and become
responsible for your health. There is no magic pill or insurance
policy that will make you healthy. You know that. The first thing
you can do to help you body heal itself and work at its optimal
level is to stop feeding it with toxins, so common in our world
that we don’t even realise the harm they are doing and the level
at which they compromise our health.
most obvious of these toxins is the food that we eat. The body’s
best diet is food grown naturally (organically), in season, in
the place where we live. If you need some motivation to stop eating
packaged foods just read the ingredients on the label! Most prepared
foods and drinks you find in the supermarket contain many chemicals,
preservatives, flavour enhancers, artificial colours and other
additives that tax the body and sap its vital energy to cleanse
itself. It is crucial to drink pure, clean water. Our body is
more that 70% water. Refreshing it with plenty of CLEAN, pure
water is key to removing toxin build-up.
We also put toxins into our system when we overuse use beauty
and hygiene products. Many commercial brands are full of chemicals
that, over time, can poison our system through our largest organ,
Other, more subtle toxins come from electromagnetic pollution.
Move any electrical equipment at least one meter away from where
you sleep. Avoid excessive use of you mobile phone or use a hands-free
model so the telephone is not close to your head.
I live, in Cyprus, the air is still fairly clean. We have the
opportunity to go up to the mountains and fill our lungs with
fresh air and fresh energy or to walk barefoot on the beach almost
all year around. Others are not so fortunate. Air pollution is
another major source of toxins in modern life, introducing heavy
metals into the body that take much of the body’s energy to remove.
Hopefully, you are intelligent enough to know how much damage
smoking causes to your body. Avoid being around people who smoke
and spending time in smoky areas.
Our body system is more than just our flesh and blood. Our physical
health greatly depends on our mental and emotion hygiene. Exposure
to negativity in the daily news is a mental toxin. Being in a
bad relationship or bottling up one’s feelings are emotional toxins.
These, too, need to be reduced or eliminated as an important measure
of disease prevention.
In practising with the SCIO bio-feedback system, all these factors
come up as energetic patterns. I can see exactly what is in balance
and what is not. One thing I find most interesting is that in
the “Emotion” panel so often “Desire for things to be different”
shows up as high, and right next to it “Resistance to change.”
Developmental therapies are a great help to overcome the resistance
to change that blocks us from living the life of freedom, health
and happiness that we all so deeply crave.
Every person is unique. In my practice, I evaluate my patients
from different perspectives and work out a healing strategy that
is especially for them. In that way, we maximum their potential,
resulting in OPTIMAL HEALTH, increased quality of life and disease