3 Books launching at the
1st Congress of Conscientiology
Nanci Trivellato, MSc., is a consciousness researcher and an instructor with the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC). She is a charter member of the IAC and has been dedicated to developing consciousness science for over 25 years. Trivellato is the founder of the Journal of Conscientiology and was its editor-in-chief for 15 years. She is the winner of the 2nd IAC Global Award for Scientific Contribution to Conscientiology.
In Estado Vibrational: pesquisas, técnicas e aplicações, the author thoroughly addresses the vibrational state (VS). and the Voluntary Energetic Longitudinal Oscillation technique used to truly achieve a vibrational State. She guides the reader from the basic steps to advanced performance. The book is the result of over 14 years of research and is an internationally acclaimed work of great scope. It is also a complete, practical manual for mastery of energy and the VS, with metric scales that will help readers to measure their progress.
Ton Martins, attorney and producer, was born in 1966 in a Brazil wrapped in revolutionary military and political disputes. He graduated in Law in 1998, the year the “Citizen’s Constitution” was enacted. He has researched Justice, Psychology, Philosophy, and Human Transcendence through traditional academic and self-didactic means.
Conexões: Transcendência, Inclusão e Existência is a frank, confessional and powerful account that will reward readers with subtle and inclusive ideas. Between the “good”, the “beautiful” and the “true”, the author seeks to show that we can have it all, an effusive integration of scientific, spiritual and philosophical aspects. Avoiding romantic approaches, theories espoused are guided by logic and reason, in a delicate combination of critical judgment and flexibility. Conexões offers striking reflections through the different paths of subjective and objective truth, collective justice, and functional adjustment through networks and systems theory.
Rodrigo Montenegro is an instructor and volunteer with the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC). Montenegro has had a keen interest in altered states of consciousness since a young age. His first lucid, self-induced OBE, at the age of 19, triggered his interest in the scientific study of OBEs. He is currently seeking a Master’s in Psychology at Roehampton University and conducting research on the Neurophysiological Correlates of Out-of-the Body Experiences.
In Out-of-the Body Experiences: An Experiential Anthology, forty-nine out-of-body accounts are reported, illustrating numerous types of OBE’s and approaches in dealing with the experience. The reader may find similarities between their own experiences and those of fellow projectors, thus gathering valuable information which can help improve their own skills. Intentional OBE’s, as well as spontaneous ones, are candidly reported. The book includes eleven accounts, in which the projectors describe gathering enough information while outside the body to confirm their perceptions with relevant and compelling evidence upon their return.