The second and last part of Sassoli de Bianchi's article on 'science, reality and the consciousness' begins this volume. Continuing in the style of a Socratic dialogue between lecturer and student, the article expands the discussion to include vital topics such as existence, personal reality and personal experience, creation and discovery, time, and other relevant themes of Conscientiology and science in general.
The new schooling concept created and experienced by the Portuguese educational institution Escola da Ponte is the topic of Gisélle Razera's article. Razera explores how it is possible for an instructor to perform the clarification task even in an environment that is not directly associated with a conscientiological educational approach. Being an instructor of conscientiology and also an instructor in conventional educational institutions, Razera establishes connections between Escola da Ponte's approach and the model adopted by the community of researchers in conscientiology.
Alexander Imich, a respected researcher of paranormal phenomena, shares with JofC readers a parateleportation event he witnessed. Now 104 years of age and having experienced a rich journey in this intraphysical life, which includes living in several countries and facing political and cultural challenges, Imich certainly maintains his feet on the ground and a modest attitude. In a meeting at his apartment in Manhattan, the editor of this journal and other IAC researchers had a pleasant exchange of ideas about the development of parapsychic research throughout the last several decades.
The 3-hour Waking Physical Immobility technique is the theme of this issue's personal account. Tatyana Ovcharova describes in engaging detail how she handled the anticipation of sitting absolutely immobile for 3 hours in a cushioned recliner. She relays her 'strategy' and feelings during the experiment and also reports interesting paraperceptions she had during the session.
We would also like to draw the readers' attention to the news about the Second International Symposium on Conscientiological Research, taking place in October 2008, published at the end of this volume. Consciousness researchers from different areas are welcome to submit their discussions or proposals on conscientiological research methodology and approaches to epistemology.
This paper is the continuation and conclusion of a Socratic dialogue between a lecturer and a student, whose first part appeared in the previous issue of the JofC (Sassoli de Bianchi, 2007). In a non-technical style, the dialogue presents some elements for a general and operational description of reality. In this second part, the reader is introduced to concepts such as: separation, existence, possibility, personal reality and personal experience, creation and discovery, time, change and permanence, structure and complexity, distinction and connection, and many others as well. The role played by these concepts in our understanding of reality and the consciousness is explored.
This article focuses on an opportunity to perform the clarification task by instructors who are active in extraconscientiological institutions. The example of Escola da Ponte is presented. Escola da Ponte is a school that was established in a region of deeply-embedded religiosity, yet it has received exposure in a number of Pedagogic Congresses in various countries for stimulating its students to perform as collaborators of the school's knowledge and disseminators of its findings. An analogy is made of this school with the research model adopted by many researchers at the International Cosmoethical Conscientiological Community (ICCC). The author shares her comments on her experience as both instructor of conscientiology and instructor of a materialist institution,where she tries to combine techniques and take advantage of opportunities to converge her teaching and her knowledge of both areas to deliver greater clarification to the students.
Keywords: Anti-brainwashing, Examplarism, Mesological Inversion, Parapedagogy, Pedagogy, Clarification Task.
This report describes the apparent teleportation of a known psychic and ectoplast, Dr. Safwat El Amin. The teleportation took place on October 31, 2006 in the author's apartment building in New York City. Two other apparent teleportations of Dr. Safwat El Amin occurred in 2006 and 2007, although they are not supported by the accounts of independent witnesses. Dr. El Amin has demonstrated paranormal capacities in the past, and was the subject of the author's report in JofC Volume 8, Number 30, which described apports of plant material, coins, bills, and various other objects.
Place and date: IAC Campus Lab, in Portugal, during August 2007
Lab used: Immobilitarium, or lab for Waking Physical Immobility (WPI) technique
Session Number: 2
Temperature: 20oC at start - a/c off during session
Body position: reclined in an armchair with pillow support for knees, elbows
Medicine: eye drops 5 minutes before the session
Lab duration: 3 hours
This was my WPI session number 2 of a total of 3 scheduled for the VIP Training course. The first session had been quite difficult for me: I had fought to keep my eyes open, I had swallowed many times, my mind had jumped to different themes, my back was aching towards the end, and I had blinked compulsively.
I made myself comfortable in the armchair. My strategy for this session was different from the first one - I decided to count during the entire 3 hours. I had gotten this idea during a recent projection during which I had used counting together with the carbon-dioxide breathing technique to maintain lucidity during the hypnagogic state. My objective for this current session was two-fold: to maintain awareness of the exact passing of time, and to keep maximum lucidity.
I divided the time as follows:
- 3 hours of the sessios - 3hrs x 60min x 60 sec
- 60min x 60sec = 3600 which I divided into 10 counts of 360 (100 + 100 + 100 + 60)
1st hour - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
2nd hour - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
3rd hour - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Although at first this technique might look quite complicated, I would visualize this sequence one hour at a time floating in front of me against the white wall of the lab. I was surprised at just how easy it was for me to keep track of all these numbers - the highest number I had to remember was 100, and the rest was just visual in front of me - 1 through 10.
Aside from a very small number of short breaks, I counted non-stop. First I did the full sequence of the 1st hour (once a number from 1 - 10 had been counted with 360 per number, I would visually cross it off or make it drop/disappear). The 1st half of the 2nd hour was a bit more difficult for me, and so I decided to follow with the full sequence of the 3rd hour, counting down from 10 to 1 rather than from 1 to 10 as I had done previously. This seemed to trick my mind: counting down versus counting up made it easier mentally. I finally finished with 2nd half of the 2nd hour, counting down from 5 to 1.
Very often, when my mind would start drifting away, I would start skipping numbers e.g. from 20 to 30 to 40 instead of 20, 21, 22. I would also miss some individual numbers like 20, 21, 24 but my mind, being set on the timer, would focus straight away on the error, which would bring right back my lucidity and resulting mathematical order and sharpness to mentally correct the mistake.
In the beginning of the lab, I was feeling very hypnagogic with my eyes closing and my awareness drifting away. Often I had strong sensations of floating, but I kept to the instructions that my eyes were supposed to be open during the lab. I felt I could have left my body any time I wished, but I fought back to keep my eyes open. There were a few times when I would stop counting, just to let my mind rest, but I had a very keen sense of earth time and knew the interval of the count that I had missed, and would pick up the counting right at the next number. Also many times I would check: "Am I dreaming or am I awake?"
Whenever I would get a headache from counting I would exteriorize energy through the coronochakra. At times, I had a feeling of chest heaviness and would exteriorize through the cardiochakra, which would alleviate this pressure. I also had perceptions of energy flows through the frontochakra as well as the nuchalchakra.
During short periods of mental rest I experienced remote viewing of the construction site for the cosmoconsciousness lab. I saw the energy field around it in the round shape of the future physical roof (unlike the projectarium extraphysical structure, which I have seen in previous remote-viewing experiences and which was considerably bigger than the roof of the physical structure).
The energy field in its visual image reminded me of the fluid-like force-field in the Stargate, although the perceived composition was very different. This gate to the mentalsomatic dimension was a paratechnological vibratory filter. If the person managed to exit through the mentalsoma, his or her mentalsomatic vehicle of manifestation would go straight through it to the mentalsomatic dimension. If the person separated first through the psychosoma, the force-field would act as a magnet that would reject the psychosoma and pull in the mentalsoma: it was a type of extraphysical paratechnology that facilitated the separation of the two vehicles.
Besides the cosmoconsciousness lab, I also saw several extraphysical dome-like structures in the places of future construction sites for labs where no physical structures have yet been built. I had an understanding that instructors will get intuitions as to which labs should be built in the specific places where the extraphysical work has already begun.
In terms of energy sensations, at times I felt a very strong reception of energies through my palm chakras. I also felt the presence of helpers assisting me in this exercise, and I also perceived moving blue lights through my half-closed eyelids.
Conclusions: in the end, my count was 60 seconds behind the timing of the alarm clock. Using the counting technique was a tough but useful exercise for keeping lucidity at a maximum throughout the lab's long duration without moving. This intense focus helped me to avoid compulsive behaviors such as incessant eyelid movements and swallowing, with my body remaining immobile the entire time. In my opinion, the counting technique is a good tool for keeping lucidity during deep hypnagogic states - especially when falling asleep at the beginning of the night, as well as in the middle of the night when attempting projections at 3am to 4am).
The IAC invites you to submit your paper for the Second International Symposium on Conscientiological Research that will be held on October 18 and 19, 2008 at the IAC's research campus in the Alentejo region of Portugal.
The event has a significant role, as it is dedicated exclusively to addressing research methods, principles, practicalities, and epistemological themes related to the study of the consciousness in accordance with the consciential paradigm. The symposium will further the discussions established during the first event of its series realized in October 2005.
Any researcher, author, or philosopher of science is welcome to contribute her/his ideas during those discussions.
The symposium will unite individuals with a shared interest in debating, establishing and formalizing more advanced scientific principles that acknowledge non-physical reality and that are appropriate for research into complex multidimensional phenomena.
Speakers as well as researchers and participants with a multidisciplinary background will attend from numerous countries, each enriching the proceedings and debates during the symposium.
The scope of the symposium is broad, embracing all discussion regarding processes of consciousness research. Authors are invited to submit their papers via e-mail, sending the contribution directly to the IAC's Department of Research and Scientific Communication at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the author cannot submit his/her contribution electronically, he/she should send it to the address below.
Deadline for the submission of papers is February 29, 2008.
Selected papers: Authors of selected papers will be invited to present their work at the symposium as speakers or exhibitor. Note: papers that fall within the scope of the symposium but are not selected will be considered for publication in the Journal of Conscientiology (email@example.com).
If you choose to submit a session or activity proposal, please note that submission deadline for the session/activity proposal is January 30, 2008. Please send your proposal or suggestion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCOPE OF THE SYMPOSIUM
Themes suitable for discussion in the symposium include the following:
• Epistemology and Ontology
o Organization and presentation of the conscientiological standpoint and cross-comparison with current ontological and epistemological discussions
o Types of methods for data collection in consciential (or conscientiological) research and their application to
- formal research
- mixed self-research and formal research
o Types of methods for data analysis in consciential research
- Methods available and their applicability to consciential research
- Formulation of new methods devised with focus on consciential research needs and particularities
o Types of variables existing in consciential research and their characteristics
o Evaluate and establish the criteria and specifications for making generalizations in consciential research
o Formulation of validation criteria
o Existing means of dissemination of research results and their specific audiences and niches
o Writing standards and strategies
o Existing material/personnel to support consciential researchers
o Devise means of informing about and encouraging further consciential research
o Brief presentation of ongoing research projects and their methodology and status
o Credit, reference, authorship, copyright, patent
o Organizational research, independent research and affiliated research
IAC, Department of Research and Scientific Communication
Nanci Trivellato, MSc
This issue begins with an unusual yet most intriguing approach to consciousness study, related to artificial intelligence and awareness, contributed by Leonardo Lareo, Professor and Chair of the Department of Biochemistry at Javeriana University in Bogota, Colombia. Professor Lareo is interested in the development of molecular and genetic approaches to explain the biological point of view of certain neuropathologies and psychiatric altered states of consciousness. His aspiration is to design devices that would take advantage of natural functions of the NMDA glutamate receptors to improve wellbeing in individuals with specific neural pathologies.
Lareo's article describes the design of a technological contrivance to that acts as a "conscious device", hence, able to develop processes that emulate conditions such as attention, awareness, learning, memory, and subjectivity. He utilizes his molecular and computational expertise to investigate the role of the aforementioned receptors in the formation of superior cognitive functions that can emulate consciousness in man-made apparatuses.
The second article of this issue presents a study on the holothosenic conditions involved in the healing process of diseases. Danniela Miari uses her personal experience and self-observations in regards to her health condition - multiple sclerosis. In an open way, Miari considers the ideal posture in terms of self-confronting a personal pathology in order to aid one's treatment. She offers suggestions for self-therapeutic processes based on the prioritization of establishing useful routines. The article expands further its approach by expanding to discussions of what would be the possible holosomatic causes that could predispose development of such type of disease.
Existential recycling is the topic of Mª Cruz Lozano's contribution. The article analyses common rituals and customs present in many cultures in intraphysical society and how they influence the consciousnesses living in environments where these customs are present. Lozano's hope is that by scrutinizing these customs it will help individuals identify whether they permeate their daily life. Hence, she believes this study may be a useful tool to assist intraconsciential recycling and, therefore, promote existential recycling.
Líssia Pinheiro addresses the important theme of existential completism (i.e., achieving full execution of one's existential program) and focuses on how egoism can be a major obstacle in executing one's existential program. Pinheiro analyzes the roots of egoism in an individual's manifestation and why it is such a powerful hindering factor in achieving completism. According to the author, understanding the mechanism of egoism can aid in overcoming this weak trait and thus boost the completion of one's existential program.
In the 'personal account' section of this issue, Francisco Mauro describes an extracorporeal projection experienced during a holiday observed in Brazil, when those living remember departed loved ones.
We hope that JofC readers find the contributions in this issue enjoyable and thought-provoking.
Based on the proposal described in our previous paper regarding the role of the ionotropic glutamate receptor activated by N-methyl-D-aspartate (iGluR-NMDA) as the key molecule of consciousness formation and the pivotal structure of the molecular correlate of consciousness, the design of a device with appropriate properties to act as a conscious device will be described here. The design of this device is based on the biochemical understanding of the mechanisms involved in the iGluR-NMDA activities in the postsynaptic membrane. The device can differentiate itself from the others, and can develop processes that emulate attention, awareness, learning, memory, subjectivity, memories and selectivity, among others pertaining to neural-consciousness. A device designed to incorporate all these features should emulate consciousness as an emergent characteristic due to the integration of designed features. The device designed will be implemented in various applications such as in process calculus, computer programs, circuits, chips and/or machines such as robots.
Keywords: Artificial consciousness, computer program, Ionotropic Glutamate Receptor activated by NMDA, machine consciousness, process calculus, robots.
This work is an account of the author's personal experience and has the objective of highlighting the importance of consciousness development in search for health. It takes into consideration the aspect of self-confrontation in relation to the pathology, with the intention of contributing to the person's own treatment. It proposes the investigation of the possible causes that lead the holosoma to develop the disease and the creation of a methodology for following-up on the pathology. It gives self-treatment suggestions, such as thosenic re-structuring, which, contributes to the prioritization of useful routines and acts as a conscienciotherapeutic mechanism in promoting holosomatic homeostasis.
Keywords: Multiple Sclerosis, Physiopathology, Treatment.
Conscientiology Sub-disciplines: Conscienciotherapy, Holosomatics and Thosenology.
The objective of this work is to expose the observation of humanity's generalized behavior in intraphysical society regarding the influence it suffers, in a conscious or unconscious form (accommodation), from rites and millenarian customs. We want to get to know the content and the structure of these repetitive acts, which organize everyday life, all of this within a space-time that is the intraphysical existence of the consciousness in evolution. We also aim at amplifying the significance of the concepts of rituals and customs, with the objective of approximating and identifying it with better ease in our manifestations. Lastly, identifying how consciousnesses can become imprisoned in a plethora of cyclic rites during their lives, conditioning themselves to abstentionism and self-mimicry, thus hindering their evolutionary process. The article also proposes the execution of the existential recycling with a technical and practical approach for consciousnesses who wish to activate and complete their existential program, through the use of intraconsciential recycling, clarification task, penta; hence cooperating with both intraphysical and extraphysical reurbanization.
The present work focuses on the issue of egoism as being one of the obstacles for the execution of the existential program. The author's aim is to examine this mega-weak trait to determine how it influences the many levels of consciential manifestation, and to demonstrate the degree it inhibits the process of inter-assistantiality. Egoism becomes an obstacle when the person does not accept responsibility, and utilizes artifices, such as manipulation and seduction, to mask their true conscientiality. It is by understanding the mechanisms of this trait that it becomes possible to overcome it, thus contributing to the achievement of consciential autonomy in the realization of the existential program.
This is a narrative of a lucid projection that changed my way of thinking and was extremely assistantial to me, due to the lesson learned. This experience took place about 15 years ago. I remember that it occurred on a November 2nd but I don't recall the exact year.
I used to live with my parents in Curitiba. Around that time, I used to have thoughts of suicide. I was unsuccessful at work, with my studies, and in my relationships. I did not have a girlfriend and I felt repressed and oppressed by having to live with a specific relative, one who today is an extraphysical consciousness and may be able to perceive the facts mentioned herein.
This relative helped me in many ways, but he also sabotaged me on several occasions that were significant to my consciential manifestation in this intraphysical coexistence, limiting my expression. I think this was due to problems related to our past lives.
It was the Day of the Dead and everyone had gone to the cemetery to pay homage. I was home with this relative and our dog "Jamaica".
At around 6 pm, I was very sleepy. The feeling was so overwhelming that I looked for a bed or sofa to sleep.
I laid down and all of a sudden I felt that I was in another dimension. I did not see anything but could clearly feel a breeze pass over my face, as if I was flying at high speed. I even found it very exciting.
When I started to see, I saw a tiled wall in a gas station that I was approaching very fast.
The approach was so violent that I hit the wall forcefully and fell on the floor, getting up as if cleaning the dust off my extraphysical clothes. I felt the impact as if it was real. I perceived objects with differing degrees of solidity and some felt as solid as the objects in this physical dimension.
I could not pass through the wall. I found it strange to see a building similar to a mere gas station. This was probably because I was accessing energy patterns that I am more familiar with in the intraphysical existence.
I got up a little scared and I started to see other people walking and driving by. They gave me the impression of being intraphysical, but they were not.
I started to perceive that they existed in different dimensions, some were closer to our intraphysical one and others were more subtle. However, I visually perceived that this was a type of intrusive symbiosis.
I noticed that an extraphysical consciousness was inside another person but I did not know if it was inside a soma or inside a psychosoma. It was strange, clarifying, and shocking all at the same time to the point that I said to myself:
"Wow, so this is extraphysical intrusion. Most of the intruders must act like this".
At that moment, I noticed a car passing by with a man driving and some ten other consciousnessness aboard. All intruding upon him at the level of ideas.
I started then to understand more in detail how inter-consciential intrusion works and I had no doubts or questions that could soften this parafact1.
Intrusion starts and ends at the level of ideas. There is subtlety in the mental wedges2 that cause all type of intrusion. Sometimes they are not so subtle but they still exist.
As a matter of fact, extraphysical intrusion mines ideas but it is the person him/herself that is the agent deciding to accept the mental interference or not, allowing the intrusive planning to conclude, or not, with an action. In other words: it is you that puts things into practice once the physical body is the source of physical energy. Others (extraphysical consciousnessess) only provide ideas.
I decided go away from this environment once I did not like what I was experiencing and I succeeded.
I was walking through an empty field, with a particular type of vegetation that seemed almost lifeless. Upon turning to the left, I heard a woman's voice saying: "This is a stickup!" At that moment, I was walking with a waist pouch attached to my belt. It was in style at the time and I found it very functional.
A lot of dollars were falling from this extraphysical waist pouch. I am one who appreciates this pseudo-security that money brings. I love to feel stacks of green dollars in my hands. The strategy used was perfect to make an impact on me.
I could not control the money falling and this was an afflicting situation for me until I decided to stop with that silliness. At that moment, I realized it was all my imagination, since I was concerned more with small things rather than with assistance.
The situation ended.
Afterwards, a dark skinned woman stepped out from behind me and said:
"Francisco, I committed suicide! Now I am suffering until I find a new body. Be certain if that is what you truly want. Pay good attention to what you think. I assure you that what I did was very silly."
Then a tall man with grey hair dressed in white arrived smiling from some houses that looked more like country cottages in the background.
The women said to me: "Look, this is our teacher here."
He got closer and shook my hand. At that very instant, he must have felt my energetic body and asked me: "Are you incarnated?"
I answered positively that I was incarnated on Earth.
I already knew the neologism resoma, but I preferred to use the term used by the teacher.
His eyes confirmed the happiness he felt to meet me and he asked:
"Great! Come here and explain to these guys what it is to have to pay rent, pay for electricity, pay to eat and the sacrifice that it is for you to be alive. Tell them how high-priced and fragile a human life is, but also let them know about the good things of life and of the opportunity that it represents. All this would be very useful here."
I answered: "yes".
And then I returned to the intraphysical dimension and remembered in detail these parafacts perfectly clear on my mind. I could still feel the energies of the instructor shaking my hand.
I went to the TV room and happily told my relative what had just occurred:
"I just had a very interesting astral voyage2, in which …"
I was interrupted by my relative:
"Don't mess with that on the Day of the Dead. Don't you know how dangerous that is? That's just silly! …"
That was my holiday lesson.
In the past, I had ideas that were contrary to evolution and to my profile of a happy person, in spite of my childhood. At that time, I was probably being influenced by other consciousnesses to commit suicide, for reasons unknown by me.
I was able to see with my para-eyes how extraphysical intrusion really works and, having witnessed other people's consciential reality, I was able to perceive how I was mentally contaminated.
I realized that with enough will power I could change dimensions.
I had a clarifying contact with a female extraphysical consciousnesss, who probably after this clarification should have achieved good 'grades' from the instructor who invited me to explain about the difficulties of living on Earth.
I understood how I excessively valued money.
I was able to experience, again the wonderful sensation of being able to remember in detail everything that occurred extraphysically.
I perceived the different difficult stages involved while coming to my physical senses and at the same time trying to maintain lucidity of the facts.
I experienced again the frustrating condition of trying to exchanging ideas with someone who never experimented anything capable of promoting an internal renewal in this intraphysical life (such as a lucid projection). I do not blame my relative for their lack of experience in this area and the subsequent lack of comprehension. My opinion is that everything will come at the right time and in accordance with our personal choices.
I realized that once again I was exposed to an exercise of applied cosmoethics in different moments while having the experience, mainly because the facts presented here are only valuable to those involved.
If I was capable, then any person who wishes can also have an extraphysical experience clarifying personal issues. This is possible as long as one puts the effort to study this possibility and one really wants to do something innovative and transcendental for himself or herself. But one must be prepared for the fact that the biggest lesson presented could be one about a new reality. Do not expect or demand from others to understand your personal experiences.
The biggest thing is not the experience itself but rather how well one can take advantage of the experience and its meaning to produce profound changes within one's consciential microuniverse, turning it into an example of personal renewal and improvement of one's level of assistantiality.
This constitutes a consciential gain. There are things that yield exclusive personal gain.
Francisco Eugenio Mauro
Translation by Cesar Pajares
Revision by Thomas Abraham, Fred de Canio, Jane Lloyd, and Verónica Serrano
Cosmoconsciousness is the theme of the article that opens this issue. Jane Lloyd presents a fresh perspective and analysis of the phenomenon, detached from traditional or mystical views. She places cosmoconsciousness in the category of a natural acquisition, resulting from one's evolution. It is a timely topic for this issue, as it coincides with the inauguration of the Cosmoconscientiarium laboratory in the IAC Campus.
Tatiana Lopes focuses her article on the theme of 'recurrent events', in which she examines the roots or basis for such phenomenon. To illustrate the arguments and approaches underpinning her theory, Lopes also presents a number of examples, extracted from periodicals. The article emphasizes the value in analyzing recurrent events experienced by oneself in order to make sense of non physical forces that promote synchronicities in one's life.
This is followed with a contribution, by Lucilla Perego, who presents us with a parallel study linking sociology and conscientiology. It focuses on the study of sociological groups, establishing grounds for her hypothesis that the conscientiological paradigm could expand the sociological scope and viewpoint, thus bringing to this discipline a more inclusive method of studying human society.
Marcelo Rouanet addresses consciential health by thoroughly examining scientific approaches interrelated to the topic. The article starts by presenting some historical perspectives and proceeds to establish comparisons between science and philosophy. It develops the argument that conscientiotherapy, and therefore conscientiology, emerged as a natural progress of knowledge and scientific methodology. The article suggests that scientific progress is the triggering factor for the development of a discipline related to a more ample vision of health - consciential health.
Julani Magalhães shares the paraperceptions she had during the Homeostatic Field course via her personal account of the extraphysical observations she made during that event.
We also would like to invite you to become acquainted with the news presented in this issue, which describes some of the features of the cosmoconsciousness laboratory - Cosmoconscientiarium - and the activities that revolved around its inauguration. The Cosmoconscientiarium was built in the IAC Research Campus, in Portugal.
This conscientiological study goes beyond traditional ideological perspectives of cosmoconsciousness by furthering understanding of the para-physiological nature of how the experience occurs, and by providing objective data on the cosmoconsconsciousness and its evolutionary benefits, as well as reflections on the current level of understanding of the phenomenon. The study also establishes the need for more objectivity in looking at this phenomenon, which can carry with it pressure to create distortions and exploitation. Coherent with each experiencer's thoughts and experience is the need to move away from a system of thinking that makes this experience the ultimate goal, and towards a bigger view of evolution, with this phenomenon as a natural consequence of this, to obtain a more accurate perspective of these powerful experiences.
This article discusses the existing relationship between the consciousness's thosenity and the occurrence of repetitive events, a manifestation characterized by the repetition of similar events. It exemplifies recurrent events to demonstrate the theme in a broader way, and evaluates the possible causes for the recurrence of events. It also presents techniques for the self-diagnosis of repeated occurrences and, consequently, the overcoming or the way in which one can reap benefits from recurrent events.
Keywords: Recurrent events, Self-research, Thosenity, Egokarmology, Synchronicity.
This article was inspired by the author's interest in sociological studies and its confrontation with conscientiological studies. This involves the analysis of some themes within 'sociology of groups', suggesting a broader vision of this through the conscientiological neo-paradigm. The author formulates the hypothesis that this paradigm can expand the sociological perspective by adding variables to the analysis, which have not been considered by the disciplines of conventional studies. The article has, therefore, the objective of proposing a more complete way of considering human society.
This paper introduces the theme by firstly discussing the historical presence of two opposed basic philosophies, spiritualistic and materialistic (part I). The paper secondly compares science to philosophy (part II), and then prioritizes the analysis of modern occidental science in both its socio-historical context and philosophical development, analyzing further some of its medical and technological applications. Such scientific development culminates in the proposition of conscientiology and conscientiotherapy, without ignoring knowledge and techniques from different times and places, like the press and the sea compass, originally invented by the Chinese (part III). Finally, the paper presents a personal example of the use of a conscientiological technique, along with the multidimensional-non-local-synchronistic field hypothesis (part IV), and concludes by linking together technical-scientific progress to the proposal of consciential health (part V).
This account relays my experiences during the Homeostatic Field course, organized by the International Conscientiotherapy Organization (in Portuguese, OIC). The course was held by Wagner Alegretti and took place in Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil, from March 30th to April 4th of 2007.
The Homeostatic Field, until then known as ECP3 (Extension in Conscientiology and Projectiology 3 course), is a practical 3-day immersive course, where one can experience an intense bioenergetic field, which functions as a interdimensional gate that facilitates access to more subtle dimensions and the contact with extraphysical helpers.
During this course I could observe extraphysical phenomena which I could never have imagined existed. The occurrences of such phenomena were perhaps due to the bioenergetic field or maybe they were intensified by the region where the course took place, i.e., near the largest wealth of clear water (falls) that exists, in an large green area. I proceed now to report the occurrences experienced.
I was, together with all participants, in an enormous auditorium located in the hotel where we were staying. The auditorium was illuminated by few lamps with very dim lights. The temperature was 18 degrees Celsius. Together with the other124 participants, I lay on a mat in the auditorium, in the following fashion: At the center of the hall, opposite to the entrance door, sitting in a comfortable armchair covered by white sheets, was the intraphysical epicenter, Alegretti. The non-donor intraphysical consciousnesses were in front of the intraphysical epicenter and the donor intraphysical consciousnesses were on his left side.
I was in the group of donors, warmed by a blanket and having a comfortable pillow under my head. I was focused on the field which was being formed. There was a type of a subtle "fog" in the environment.
I had the impression that the colleague who was laying on my right side would not stop moving. However, I turned my face twice to observe her, but she was not moving at all. That was when I noted that the "moving" was of extraphysical nature and that I was actually listening with my para-ears. I then proceeded to relax and started doing a BME (Basic Mobilization of Energies), to induce a projection. By then, the energetic field was very strong and perceptible. With my para-eyes I "saw" that my colleague had a type of 'helmet' that was connected with an "energetic tube" , which kind of came out of her head. At that moment I felt that this paratechnology was also being placed onto my head. I was very tranquil and calm. I questioned mentally where this energy would be going to, when, suddenly, I saw myself flying at the center of the auditorium.
I perceived that from each person in the condition of donor there was energy leaving them and passing by those "energetic tubes". This energy was directed to a 'gulf' at the center of the room, as if it were going to the center of Earth. My impression was that those energies taken from the field would meet with the water and the vegetation, with leaves and branches of many species. On the large leaves I could perceive something like sparkling droplets of water. The "noise" I perceived in that "gulf", which I will name Vital Energetic Center (a name that came to me when I was writing this account), was loud but at the same time gentle. Immediately afterwards, this energy that entered to the 'center of the Earth' reverted itself with amazing force, from inside out, expanding inside of the auditorium to an extent that I could no longer identify anything. Such an occurrence was perhaps due to the large amount of ectoplasm being formed in the auditorium - a mix of consciential energies (CE) and immanent energies (IE). From where I was I perceived a mixture of colors of green tones with several tones of snow-white, and an intense glow (which, if I were looking with my intraphysical eyes, it would have blinded me). A moment later, the emission of energies (coming from the donors) towards the Vital Energetic Center started again. Such emission happens in a rhythm as if it had a regular pulsation. The energy would continue going in and out of the center of the auditorium.
I flew around the auditorium to try to see more of what was going on. There were other projectors who were also observing the energetic flow going in and out of that 'gulf'. Between the non-donors and the center of the room, technical helpers were observing and assisting intraphysical and extraphysical consciousnesses with the energetic flow that existed. There were also helpers everywhere in the auditorium, which no longer seemed to have any walls.
In an "L" shaped formation, there were intraphysical consciousnesses (using the psychosoma) and extraphysical consciousnesses being assisted. Those consciousnesses seemed to belong to several different multidimensional historical contexts.
This experience illustrated to me the importance, in the following contexts, of the realization of this event such as this:
• For extraphysical rescue and aid, by means of mass assistance to intraphysical consciousnesses and their subsequent clarification.
• For the integration of conscientiotherapy, hydrotherapy, and phytotherapy in the process of energetic restoration of the planet.
• For the mass assistance to intraphysical and extraphysical consciousnesses.
Brief glossary of terms in this account:
Vital energetic center: Concentrator and agglutinator of consciential, phytotherapeutic, and hydromagnetic energies.
Intraphysical donor consciousnesses: Consciousnesses predisposed to donate consciential energy; consciousnesses who assist.
Intraphysical non-donor consciousnesses: Consciousnesses who are more predominantly the receptor of consciential and/or immanent energies; assisted consciousnesses.
Energetic flow: The cosmic flow is the continuous and simultaneous movement of all things in the cosmos, involving all consciousnesses in all dimensions.
Energetic tube: Tubular paractehnology utilized to channel the donated energies from predisposed consciousnesses.
On November 4, 2007, at the IAC Campus, the Cosmoconsciousness Laboratory was inaugurated, calling the attention of intraphysical and extraphysical consciousnesses.
Being the third laboratory constructed there, it incorporates various improvements derived from experiences and lessons acquired with the construction and use of the Immobilitarium (Physical Waking Immobility Laboratory) and Projectarium (Lucid Projection Laboratory).
Configured as a semi-sphere of 8 meters in diameter, it is equipped with a bed which uses leading-edge technology (a mattress made of flexible viscous-elastic material that molds to the shape of the experimenter's soma, and a motorized adjustment mechanism that further facilitates optimum comfort) and an air climate-control device (for cooling, heating, dehumidification, filtering and constant renewal of the air).
Among other characteristics there are: an antechamber for taking notes and for isolation-defense from the main area; thick walls (30cm) that make use of thermal-clay bricks (for improving the conditions of thermal and acoustic isolation while also ensuring better environmental sustainability); use of plastic modules under the floor with the aim of isolating the humidity and cold; indirect lighting installed beneath the bed; a dome-shaped ceiling that is completely smooth and free of other structures or objects that could distract attention; a white floor that smoothly and seamlessly transitions with the walls (giving the impression of a continuum); and without any windows in the main room. All of these aspects were planned so that the experimenter can more quickly and easily forget the soma and take maximum advantage of his or her superior consciential attributes and the para-technology, aiming to expand his or her consciousness beyond the limits of the planet.
Those who had the opportunity to visit the Cosmoconscientiarium during the inauguration immediately noticed the distinguishing energetic pattern and the strong presence of the extraphysical team. The mini-planetarium installed there was also a noticeable feature, projecting a real image of the northern-hemisphere sky onto the dome above the experimenter, favoring even more a thosenic disconnection from day-to-day terrestrial and intraphysical matters, and facilitating an expansion of consciousness. Other resources, including visual ones, are already being planned for use in the near future.
Beyond enjoying a sensation of micro-existential completism, the IAC volunteers took advantage of the occasion to catch up with friends from all around the world, as well as meeting students from various offices who participated in the Advanced 2 course, organized this time by IAC Lisbon, with 81 participants from 16 countries: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, El Salvador, England, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, Kenya, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine and the United States, once more reinforcing the IAC's international and universalistic character.
In this Advanced 2 course, the equivalent of the ECP2 course in Brazil, the students could avail themselves of simultaneous translation into English and Portuguese, transmitted directly to their personal receivers. This course had Spanish as its official language given that the vast majority of students were of Spanish-speaking origin.
The materthosene of the course had many attributes related with the theme of the inaugurated laboratory. Many students described having felt or clairvoyantly seen various extraphysical consciousnesses with an extraterrestrial appearance. In addition, helpers confirmed the presence of extraterrestrial consciousnesses in the course, who were attracted by the new laboratory. Helpers also left a message that a small local reurbanization had been achieved and that the work of the IAC would be going to a different phase from that moment on.
We are waiting for you to have your own experiences in the new Cosmoconscientiarium.
Without a doubt, its para-technology will continue to surprise us!
This issue commences with an article by Martin Azambuya, who proposes three conscientiological neologisms, more specifically related to the subdisciplines of thosenology, cosmoethics, and holosomatics. The author explores the new concepts imbued within the proposed new terminology and suggests that the understanding of these concepts is a necessary step towards reaching the condition of total permanent intrusionlessness. Members of the International Council of Neologistics might find this study of special interest to them.
This is followed by a study about retrocognition, based on Roberto Leimig's experience, who shares a number of methods related to the retrocognitive self-research process. Leimig illustrates, using his personal experience, each phase of the investigative work, pointing out key aspects in which self-researchers should primarily focus their attention.
Controlling the out-of-body experience phenomenon is the subject of Michael Ross's article. He shares some aspects of his past experiences with OBEs and reports elements of his experience during a week of immersion in a VIP Training course at the IAC Campus, which he dedicated solely to learning ways to facilitate his control of conscious projections.
The importance of effort and diligence when delving into processes and self-analysis that can trigger deeper self-knowledge is the focus of Paul Revis's article. The author emphasizes the value of strengthening one's will through self-imposed routines that can favour such a process. The article suggests a procedure for self-research, which Revis calls 'Consciential Boot Camp' in order to establish an analogy with the imposed discipline inherent in such a condition.
Colin Aston-James shares, in an entertaining yet candid and direct way, the first session he did in the Projectarium laboratory at the IAC Campus while retaking the VIP Training immersion course.
Readers will also find in this issue a review of the book Chasing Daylight: How my forthcoming death transformed my life, authored by Eugene O´Kelly, submitted by Ivo Valente.
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This article proposes three new neologisms for the science of conscientiology. In the spirit of science, I invite other researchers to refute, challenge, expand and develop (through submitting articles to this journal) the ideas presented. They are: Lying and Deformation of truth with Self-Promotional Intentionality – “LDSPI”; False Assistance – “Falssistance”; and False Self-Assistance – “Self-Falssistance”. Directly interrelated, they intend to expand the study and exploration of the consciential basement and the mental, emotional and energetic dynamics associated. Developed from a foundation for the classification and proposal of the neologism of Evolutionary Basement(s), (to be proposed via this journal at a later date); the practical understanding/overcoming of LDSPI, Falssistance and Self-Falssistance, is, in my point of view, a primary step in the long journey of daily theorice towards achieving the condition of Intrusionlessness.
This article analyzes a self-research experiment in the area of retrocognition. Methodological procedures and stages of research are presented, such as the research of biographical data, recording synchronicities, parapsychic phenomena, and hypotheses, among others. Accounts of case studies are presented with the goal of illustrating the development of research. The importance of observation and knowledge of Nature is emphasized as an important triggering factor for recollection. Results are illustrated according to the phases of remembering identified by the author, the useful indicators of recall promoted by the contact with Nature, and the research of personality traits identified as similar to that of the personalities studied.
This article is a report and study of the author's personal experience during a week-long VIP Projective Training held at the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC) Campus in Evoramente, in the Alentejo region of Portugal, in 2006. The article outlines the training structure, as well as the intraphysical and extraphysical environment, and the outcomes for the participant of such conditions. It also reports the approaches used to initiate a projection and the results of the author's experience in the context of his personal history and previous attempts at projecting. It is the intent of the author that this account creates an interest in open discussion, and encourages readers regarding their own projection experiences.
Consciential Boot Camp is a customizable self-development program designed to achieve evolutionary objectives. The author provides a personal history and shares the motivating factors that inspired the development of the Consciential Boot Camp. The author recounts his experiences following the completion of a Consciential Boot Camp, and presents an opinion regarding the mega-potential of expanding the development of this type of program. Detailed information about the methodology of the Consciential Boot Camp will be published soon in the Journal of Conscientiology.
I am at the IAC Campus in Portugal where I arrived earlier in the day for my second VIP Training immersion. It is ten to three in the morning. My alarm goes off. At first it is a distant, gentle buzz permeating my dream. It is almost pleasant. Gradually, it becomes more persistent "get up"... "get up"... "GET UP"...
I get up, shocked awake, fumbling for the off switch. The house is very quiet. All I can hear is Wagner snoring gently in the next room. I am keen to wake him and get him to do the long cold walk to the Projectarium with me, but I think better of it. I throw on some clothes, grab torch and keys and quietly exit the house.
The Campus is very different at 3 in the morning and I get the oddest sensation that I am being followed. I turn quickly just to check but there is nothing there. I quicken my pace and get inside the Projectarium. It is warm and inviting. I already feel better. I settle onto the bed, adjust the position so that I am raised slightly at the head and legs, put my hands by my side and wait.
"OK guys, I am here…"; "Time for you to do your stuff and get me out of my body..." ; "hello... hello...". Nothing. Hummm… OK... no serenissiumus to take me by the hand to show me the wonders of the universe. It is my first time in this lab, so cannot expect miracles I suppose.
I relax and just patiently observe everything that was going on in my mind; the energy movement in my body and then thought about nothing in particular at all. "Well", I thought, "I guess I could take a quick nap before the long cold walk back to the house".
I was just dozing half asleep half still awake when to my absolute astonishment my body fizzed with incredible energy, like bubbles in champagne - only much larger and more energetic. I could hear myself internally shout "Yee Haa..." in the way cowboys used to when bringing in the herd. I shot like a cork out of my body and slammed into the concrete of the dome roof. I was sure I had left an imprint.
I was so surprised I instantly returned to my body, still tingling and wondering what on earth that was. I spent the next 20 minutes or so trying to work out what happened. I was wide awake. I could clearly visualize the concrete, the 'yee haa' was still echoing in my head and I felt fantastic - day one, session one, wow, must do more of this...
It took a while for everything to return to normal - if tingling all over and a huge grin is normal - and I got up, put on my shoes and walked outside.
The Campus is very different at 4:30 in the morning and I get the oddest sensation that I am connected to everything. I slow my pace and thoroughly enjoy my walk back to the house. Wagner is still snoring very gently and I am tempted to wake him to tell him of my experience, but again I think better of it. He will only want to analyze everything and I would rather just relish it for a while longer............
I get back into bed, fall into a deep contented sleep and dream............