New Online Course: ParaMOOC2019

For the 5th consecutive year, Nancy Zingrone and Carlos Alvarado have organized the massive, open, online course (MOOC), “Parapsychology: Research and Theory” (a.k.a., ParaMOOC2019). This year, they’re focusing on the topic of survival after death. WHERE: www.WizIQ.com, a social media teaching platform WHEN: Saturdays and Sundays, April 7 – May…

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HemPhys Study Results Published

Our article “Hematological and Psychophysiological Correlates of Anomalous Information Reception in Mediums: A Preliminary Exploration” has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Explore: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1550830718301265 Citation: Beischel, J., Tassone, S., & Boccuzzi, M. (2019). Hematological and psychophysiological correlates of anomalous information reception in mediums: A preliminary exploration. EXPLORE: The Journal of…

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“Assessing Afterlife Beliefs in Psychotherapy”: Manuscript and Fact Sheet

In the peer-reviewed journal article “Assessing Afterlife Beliefs in Psychotherapy,” authors Beth Christopherson, LCSW, and Julie Beischel, PhD, propose an afterlife assessment guide which includes sample open-ended questions mental health professionals (MHPs) can ask clients about their afterlife beliefs and experiences. This guide, called the SRRT, is organized around four…

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New Full Issue of Threshold Published

The full issue of Vol 2 No 1 of Threshold: Journal of Interdisciplinary Consciousness Studies has been published including articles about terminal lucidity, the spiritually transformative experiences of mediums, and assessing afterlife beliefs in psychotherapy. About this issue, David B. Metcalfe, Editor-in-Chief, notes, “the research going on in the area…

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Research Grant Awarded: Bial Foundation

The Bial Foundation, a non-profit institution in Portugal, offers research grants every two years in the areas of psychophysiology and parapsychology with the aim of “encouraging research into healthy human being’s physical and mental processes, namely in fields still largely unexplored but which warrant further scientific analysis.” Although the Windbridge…

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Matching Challenge Grant – You Did It!

Thank you so much to everyone who contributed during our matching grant challenge! In September, the Center was awarded a matching challenge grant from an anonymous foundation. Donations made to the Windbridge Research Center up to $5,000 before September 30th were matched dollar-for-dollar by the foundation. With your help, we…

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