Maria Sagi

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Biographical Information

"Dr. Maria Sagi received her Ph.D. in Psychology at the Eotvos Lorand Science University of Budapest. She has published eight books and over sixty articles and research papers, many in German and English. Her principal work is a 7-volume work on the experimental investigation of the musical creativity of different segments of the population. Since the late 1980s her interests extended to problems of health and healing, using the insights of psychosomatic and information medicine.

"Dr. Sagi’s professional experience includes co-directing the European Perspectives research on European identity for the United Nations University, acting as Hungarian coordinator of EUROCIRCON the European Culture Impact Research Consortium, and since its founding in 1993 serving as Scientific Director of the Club of Budapest Hungary. She is a member of the General Evolution Research Group and Managing Editor of World Futures, The Journal of General Evolution. She is associate of the Sociological Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences."[1]

Mari Sagi had undertook an “in in-depth course” with the founder of macrobiotics, Michio Kushi, and in 1995 “had edited the Hungarian version of Kushi's principal work,” The Cancer Prevention Diet.[2]


"Since the late 1980s her interests extended to problems of health and healing, using the insights of psychosomatic and information medicine, a field in which she is a frequent lecturer in Hungary , Switzerland , as well as Germany . She has developed the medical dowsing method pioneered by Viennese engineer Erich Koerbler into an encompassing method for diagnosing and treating human health problems (“Holistic Information-Medicine”), both in the immediate presence of the patient and from any finite distance. Her method enables her to examine the effect of psychological factors, such as experienced traumas, on problems of health through the ability to move back in the patient's medical history throughout his or her lifetime up to and including the period of gestation and birth. Dr. Sagi's method also allows her to recognize environmental influences on human subjects as well as testing the compatibility of physical conditions in given environments with human health, similarly to the method of Feng Shui, but in an extended form, including specified locations both near-by and distant. Her ability of “seeing into” human subjects who require her assistance, and into the pertinent conditions in the environment, made her a sought-after therapist and lecturer in Hungary , Austria , Germany , and Switzerland , with numerous publications in this field to her credit." [3]

According to Ervin Laszlo:

“Austrian engineer Erich Koerbler developed a related techinique, called 'new homeopathy.' As practiced in Hungary, Austria, and Germany by Koerbler's student and successor Maria Sagi, it involves diagnosis with the help of a specially developed medical dowsing rod together with a vector system of geometric forms developed by Koerbler.” [4]

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  1. Club of Budapest Maria Sagi, organizational web page, accessed May 11, 2012.
  2. Ervin Laszlo, Simply Genius! And Other Tales from My Life (Hay House, 2011), p.229.
  3. Center for Futures Studies, Tamkang University Maria Sagi, organizational web page, accessed May 11, 2012.
  4. Ervin Laszlo, The Connectivity Hypothesis (SUNY Press, 2003), p.38.