Mind-Body Connection Article in EdgeScience

In this article in EdgeScience, Dr. Julie Beischel, Director of Research at the Windbridge Research Center, discusses how body tissue turnover rates, the human microbiome, rubber hand and body swap illusions, and psi and afterlife research support a tenuous mind-body relationship: “The self is only […]

Video: “Can the mind exist without the body?” (From the *2011* SSE Conference)

Waaaay back in 2011 at the 30th annual Society for Scientific Exploration (SSE) Conference in Boulder, Colorado, USA, Dr. Julie Beischel presented “Anomalous Information Reception by Research Mediums under Quintuple-Blind Conditions: Can the Mind Exist without the Body?” This recently released video includes her ~20 […]

October Matching Challenge Grant – You Did It!

We have met the October 2019 Matching Grant Challenge!Thank you so much!  Earlier this month, the Windbridge Research Center received a $5K Matching Grant from a private foundation. That meant if we raised $5K by the end of the month, we got a matching $5K […]

Podcast: ‘The Medium Whisperer’

In the 1hr White Shores podcast, “The Medium Whisperer,” author Theresa Cheung (left) interviews Dr. Julie Beischel (right) who discusses her decision to scientifically research mediums, mediums’ unique characteristics, why a phone reading may be better than an in-person reading, and more. Download or listen […]

Windbridge Researchers Advise Yale COPE Project

Windbridge Research Center researchers Julie Beischel, PhD, and Mark Boccuzzi were invited to serve on the Advisory Committee for the Yale COPE (Influence/Control Over Perceptual Experiences) Project. The goal of the COPE Project is to understand clinically the extraordinary experiences of real people who hear, […]