1st International Congress of Conscientiology
IAC - International Academy of Consciousness
Scope of the Congress
Being a broad field of investigation, conscientiology is dedicated to the advancement of our knowledge on the consciousness (to be understood, in this context, as the individual principle, the intelligent principle that makes us conscious, or the essence of our beings, popularly referred to as “soul”).
Any work or research report that can enlighten our understanding of the nature, manifestation, and attributes of the consciousness is welcome. These include articles on phenomena that can potentially reveal aspects or characteristics of the consciousness, such as parapsychic phenomena, or those considered of a non-material or non-ordinary character.
In addition, studies that address, examine, test, or corroborate the multidimensional nature of the world fall within the scope of the ICC.
Examples of appropriate themes for submission include, but are not limited to:
- Consciousness manifestation and nature:
- Consciential evolutionary process
- Interface consciousness-vehicles of manifestation (bodies)
- Multidimensional self-awareness
- Physical death and survival of the consciousness
- Recuperation of knowledge and memories from prior to the existing body (recuperation of cons)
- Restriction of awareness of the consciousness in the physical dimension
- Synchronicities, karmality, and the regulatory mechanism of “action and reaction” or “attraction and repulsion”, taken from a multidimensional and pluriexistential perspective
- Consciential/psychic phenomena:
- Consciousness-related physical effects
- Detection of bioenergy (biofield, subtle energy)
- Mentalsoma experiences, such as cosmoconsciousness
- Occurrences that reveal the influence of energy on individuals or on matter
- Out-of-body experiences and other psi abilities
- Psychic awareness
- Self-investigative experiences, such as retrocognitions and recall of intermissive periods (periods between lives)
- Applications of, or relationship between, conscientiology and other fields of science:
- Animal psi
- Anthropological approaches to psi phenomena
- Application of energy in curative processes
- Effects and applications of conscientiological knowledge or techniques in counseling, psychology, medicine, psychiatry
- Identification of immanent energies and natural phenomena that may be triggered by non-material causes or be of a non-physical nature
- Psychosomatic or bioenergetic generated diseases
- Non-physical reality and interactions:
- Consciential assistance in the extraphysical dimension
- Existential program – planning and execution of one’s plan for the current life, and holobiographical studies
- Extraphysical reurbanization
- Nature of extraphysical environments (paraecology, paratechnology, parageography, paraconstruction)
- Preparation of the next life
- Techniques for accelerating evolution in the extraphysical (during intermission) and intraphysical dimensions
The program committee also welcomes articles that address philosophical, theoretical, and methodological aspects of consciousness research; analyze experiments and case studies from a first, second, or third-person perspectives; and discuss measures for fostering the overall development and refinement of the scientific approach to the study of the consciousness.
Articles based on experiential research can take any of the following standpoints:
- First-person perspective: self-research methodology; analysis of personal experiences; theories developed from direct experiences; self-development methodology; self-experimentation of, or development of, techniques for enhancement of psi abilities.
- Second-person perspective: inter-subjective experiences; auric coupling or sympathetic assimilation methodology; knowledge derived from the facilitation, training, or coaching for consciousness development; case studies.
- Third-person perspective: cross examination of previous studies on psychic phenomena; experimental studies involving physical or physiological measurements; studies based on survey methods; anthropological observation related to multidimensional experience; other non-participative scientific methodology directed to understand human non-ordinary abilities.