Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential is concerned
with asking, "What can we do with the potential that exists
within our bodies, minds, and spirits?" Can we heal each
other? Ourselves? Can we affect events and physical reality
with our thoughts? Can we know things before they happen? Are
we connected to each other? To the planet? Can we communicate
with our loved ones who have passed?
Windbridge is an independent research organization consisting
of a community of scientists with varied backgrounds, specialties,
of our international Scientific Advisory
Board review research questions and protocols and provide
feedback and suggestions based on their expertise. In addition,
members of our Advisory Committee
provide strategic and technical advice regarding the direction,
scope, and progress of Windbridge.
information about specific studies, please see our Current
Research page. And to meet our international team of researchers,
visit our Investigators page.
The Windbridge Institute investigates the capabilities of our
bodies, minds, and spirits and attempts to determine how the
resulting information can best serve all living things.
is concerned with bringing the information gained during research
directly to the public in a timely fashion. We achieve this
Sponsoring an online community where Members
can communicate with Investigators, Advisors, Windbridge Certified
Research Mediums, and with other Members about how conclusions
drawn from the research can best serve all living things.
Publicizing the results of studies regardless of whether they
are positive (e.g., the data demonstrate the existence of
a phenomenon) or negative (e.g., the study was unable to demonstrate
the presence of a phenomenon).
Julie Beischel, PhD
Mediums: A Scientist's Quest for Answers is an accessible,
bite-sized review of her 10-year journey and the answers
she discovered along the way.
Her writing is concise, non-technical, conversational,
Dossey, MD, calls Dr. Beischel "a courageous, innovative
pioneer" and found Among Mediums to be "science
writing at its best."
The spiral served as a sacred and creative symbol in nearly
every culture of the ancient world. The triple spiral---or triskele---was
first seen in Celtic cultures but has symbolized numerous triads
to many different societies: Land-Sea-Sky; Past-Present-Future;
Thought-Word-Deed; Birth-Death-Rebirth; etc.
At the Windbridge
Institute, we are using the triskele's symbolism of Body,
Mind, and Spirit.
addition to innovative research, the Windbridge Institute offers
a wide array of consulting services:
the development and expansion of research ideas
Research including protocol design, data collection and analysis,
and report writing
Scientific and Medical Consultation for screenwriters, journalists,
information about opportunities at the Windbridge Institute,
please click here.
If you have
additional questions, please contact us.