unraveling the mysteries

About us

Pure Love & Harmony Institute, founded by Sasha Riess, is a visionary institution on a mission to deepen the understanding of human-dog interaction through groundbreaking research. At the heart of Pure Love & Harmony Institute lies an exceptional mastermind of researchers and scientists from diverse fields from around the globe, all dedicated to unraveling the mysteries of the unique bond between humans and their beloved dogs. They have established a new ecosystem for scientific conclusions, paving the way for a much-needed paradigm shift in human-dog interaction, ultimately working to end the suffering of dogs caused by misunderstandings and misguided approaches.

The Problem of Human-Dog Interaction:
Human-dog interaction is often hindered by misunderstandings and the projection of human emotions and needs onto our canine friends. In a society that increasingly humanizes pets and falls prey to corporate narratives, the true fundamental needs of dogs are frequently overlooked. This leads to behavioral problems, communication breakdowns, and inadequate care, resulting in serious consequences for both humans and dogs.

 

Mastermind

To provide effective services, education, and products that truly meet the needs of dogs, a new scientific paradigm is necessary. This realization gave rise to Pure Love & Harmony Institute, a mastermind committed to independently exploring uncharted territories in understanding the human-dog relationship. By delving into areas where others haven’t ventured, they strive to pave the way for a brighter future of pure love and harmony between humans and their canine companions.

Stanisa Stojiljkovic, PhD

Dr. Stanisa Stojiljkovic is an accomplished mechanical engineer and researcher with expertise in various fields related to chemical engineering and environmental engineering. Here is a summary of his educational background, work experience, and notable achievements:

Education:

Dr. Stanisa Stojiljkovic was born in 1955 in Živkovo, Leskovac municipality.
He completed his studies in mechanical engineering at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Niš in 1979.
In 1984, he obtained his master’s degree from the University of Niš.
In 1989, he earned his doctorate from the Faculty of Technology and Metallurgy in Skopje.

Work Experience and Research:

Since 1979, Dr. Stojiljkovic has been working at the Faculty of Technology in Leskovac, where he serves as the head of the Department of Chemical Engineering Sciences, specializing in Environmental Engineering.
His research interests include heat and mass transfer phenomena, new materials, biochemical thermodynamics, and tissue engineering, among other areas.
He has been involved in teaching roles at various institutions, including the Higher Food School in Prokuplje and the Faculty of Occupational Safety at the University of Niš.
Dr. Stojiljkovic has published several scientific and professional books, including “Membrane Processes” and “The Power of Clay,” along with popular books on organism ecology.
He has been involved in over 20 investment projects.
Academic Supervision and Collaboration:

Dr. Stojiljkovic has supervised numerous academic theses, including one doctoral dissertation, two master’s theses, and over 150 graduate theses.
He has managed two scientific sub-projects funded by the Ministry of Science in Serbia and collaborated on six other projects funded by the same source.
He has been active in the scientific community and participated in various conferences and symposiums around the world.
Intensive Program of Detoxification and Body Recovery:

Dr. Stojiljkovic is known for developing the Intensive Program of Detoxification and Body Recovery, which has been used by a large number of individuals (over 15,000).
He is an expert in detoxification, nutrition, and energization and has developed a technology to certify products used in the program through the General Service of the Body.
His expertise in hair strand analysis allows him to assess the overall status of the body and even analyze dog hair.
Promotion of Clay in Detoxification and Body Recovery:

Dr. Stojiljkovic is recognized for promoting the use of clay in detoxification and body recovery processes.
Academic Positions and Involvement:

He currently serves as the President of the Council at the Faculty of Technology in Leskovac and is a member of the Teaching Professional Council for Technical and Technological Sciences at the University of Niš.
Dr. Stojiljkovic has held several mandates in various academic organizations, societies, associations, and committees dedicated to academic efforts in different countries.

Stevan N Blagojević, PhD

Stevan N Blagojević is an accomplished professional in the field of physical chemistry. Here is a summary of his educational background and work experience:

Education:

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in physical chemistry, Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Awarded in 1993 after 4 years of academic study.
Master of Science (MSc) in physical chemistry, Faculty of Physical Chemistry, University of Belgrade, Serbia. He defended his MSc thesis in October 1997 after 2 years of academic study.
PhD in Science (physical chemistry), University of Belgrade, Serbia. He defended his PhD thesis in 2014.

Work Experience:

Stevan N Blagojević has been working at the Institute of General and Physical Chemistry (IGPC) in Belgrade, Serbia, since October 15, 1993.
He has extensive experience in the IGPC, totaling more than 29 years.
He served as the Head of the Detergent and Cosmetic Laboratory at IGPC for more than 14 years.
Since January 2016, he has held the position of General Manager of the Institute of General and Physical Chemistry.

Certifications:

Certified Teacher from Serbian Chemicals Agency in the field of labeling chemicals, detergents, biocides, and DSD/DPD and GHS labeling.
Certified Chemical Advisor from Serbian Chemicals Agency in the field of regulation for chemicals.

Mr. Stevan N Blagojević has made significant contributions to the field of physical chemistry, both through his academic achievements and his managerial and teaching roles at the Institute of General and Physical Chemistry in Belgrade, Serbia.