Born in 1979 in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Blaz was fascinated by programming since his early childhood. After acquiring some skills in several computer programming languages such as Assembler, Turbo Pascal and Basic, his interest took him to another level of programming… The programming of life itself, the DNA.
He acquired his diploma in molecular biology at the University of Ljubljana, however during the studies his interest took yet another slight turn… While studying physiology and neuro-ethology (study of the working of neurology and how and why it produces behavior), he became fascinated by the workings of the human mind. He furthered his understanding of the structure and functioning of the human brain while studying medicine at the Medical faculty in Ljubljana.
Pretty soon his interest in programming the human mind took him on the path of discovering Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), hypnosis and cognitive psychology in general, all of which he’s been studying intensively in his spare time since 2004.
He is now a post-graduate student of Biomedicine at the Medical faculty in Ljubljana and while his academic work revolves around biochemistry and toxicology, he spent most of his spare time in the last few years on researching subliminal perception and preconscious processing.
Having access to many psychology related scientific journals, he was able to distil the latest cutting-edge research on subliminal priming, perception and it’s short and long-term effects on emotions and behavior into his brand new subliminal programming videos you can gain access to only on this web site.
As a biologist, he’s always been curious about the structure of nature and how things work. He specialized in physiology, anatomy and morphology and acquired his diploma biology with a thesis on Facial reconstruction at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
He has always known that he would like to work with nature and people. Having a mother, who is one of the pioneers of combining modern and alternative medicine (acupuncture) in Slovenia, it was almost impossible for him to grow up without an interest in this vocation. As a young boy he was already looking through medical books and always wanted to know why and how things work.
By coincidence he started to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) 10 years ago. Besides his academic work, he also works as a TCM therapist. His curiosity led him to attend and graduate from many different courses in the field. One of these was reflexology, which continues to fascinate him to this day. Being a man of science, he is always skeptical at first. That is why he constantly follows advancements in his area of expertise through scientific publications.
With his experience in sports (he was a professional indoor volleyball and beach volley player) he later dedicated his work to alternative and modern medicine in the science of sport.