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About arianepage

The author Ariane Page (pen name) studied and worked in communications— she was an assistant director for CBC TV Montreal—, health sciences—she is a hygienist-naturopath and longtime manager of a natural health clinic—, and Education Science which she studied in Nanterre University in Paris, France. She is a member of the ISSS (International Society for the Systems Science). She has followed her interests in jungian psychology, religious traditions, art, systems science, and brain research. This resulted in the elaboration of the LIFE model of which "Isis Code" is the reference book. Her second book, "Love Them Back to LIFE" summarizes her findings and allows readers to embark on a journey of self-discovery. Ariane now lives in Quebec, where she offers personal consultations on LIFE applications. A more detailed biography can be found at

The LIFE: a Unified Mind/Matter Worldview

Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 recognises Canadian Arthur B. McDonald and Japanese Takaaki Kajita for their discovery of neutrinos’ oscillations. After the photons, neutrinos are the most numerous particles in the entire universe. They found that they oscillate. Wolfgang … Continue reading

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New Award for Love Them Back to LIFE, a Brain Theory of Everything

Congratulations Ariane Page! “Love Them Back to Life” is a 2015 Readers’ Favorite Bronze Medal Winner in the Non-Fiction – Philosophy category!

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Love Them Back to LIFE : a Brain Theory of Everything

As IndieFab finalist in the psychology section,  a new description of Love Them Back to LIFE is available. “A vibrant, eclectic sojourn into the meaning of it all…” Kirkus Reviews Despite new staggering technical advances, health and love seem to … Continue reading

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2015, Humanity’s Year of Happiness

This title seems taken  right out from the world of Utopia. I said seems. What would it take for our world to start on this road toward happiness for all? For the last 3000 years we were presented different theories, … Continue reading

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Love Them Back to LIFE : A Brain Theory of Everything

In my last book Love Them Back to LIFE  I underline the fact that with the rise of modern science, we have turned our backs to a holistic point of view of life necessary to a balanced human life and … Continue reading

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Will men and women ever get along?

If we think “no”,  how can we fix this? Equality in the sense of “identicality”, is it what we really want? The genome tells us that there is as much genetic difference between a male and female human as between … Continue reading

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“Whatever love means” answered by a new brain model

We hear sometimes:  “Whatever love means”.  What if we knew what, truly, love means? What if we had a model that allowed us discernment and understanding of the different types of love? No need to look further.  This new title: … Continue reading

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