2017 New Year Note Now Available
Happy New Year!
As we begin 2017, we wanted to share with you a list of our Major Research Findings to Date as well as a recap … Continue reading
Welcome to our Fall update!
We are excited to tell you about new research projects, two new apps, meetings, upcoming events, and more!
New Research: The OCTO Study is Looking … Continue reading
Windbridge Institute researchers will be presenting at the upcoming Accessing the Exceptional, Experiencing the Extraordinary: The first combined convention of the Parapsychological Association (PA) and the Society … Continue reading
2016 New Year Note Now Available
We wanted to share with you a list of our Major Research Findings to Date as well as a recap of all that we … Continue reading
In this update we are excited to announce several new publications, including a paperback compilation which includes all three of Dr. Beischel’s previously published e-books and additional essays, along with Mark’s new book, Visualizing Intention. There are also new audio interviews, an article in … Continue reading
We experienced an illness and a death in our family earlier this year and have been a bit off the grid as we try and get our feet back under us. Now that we’re a bit more stabilized, we wanted to … Continue reading
The Final Transition Conference
Tucson, AZ and Live Streamed Online
September 11-13, 2015
Science, Death, and Consciousness
Do you have … Continue reading
Windbridge Institute Director of Research, Dr. Julie Beischel, will be presenting “Assessing Hematological and Psychophysiological Correlates of Anomalous Information Reception in Mediums” at the 34th Annual … Continue reading
Does Consciousness Survive Death? Evidence from the Laboratory with Dr. Julie Beischel: An invited presentation for the Living At Your Peak Consciousness Series of the Vail Symposium
Monday, … Continue reading
An interview with Windbridge Institute Researcher, Mark Boccuzzi, about the PsiForms project:
“Our goal at the Windbridge Institute is to focus on applied research; that is, to develop ways to make people’s lives better on a daily basis. We believe that art … Continue reading