Many people have occasional experiences that appear psi-like, such as premonitory dreams or inexplicably meaningful coincidences. Because these are generally rare and fleeting, they are difficult to study scientifically.
However, meditative traditions recognize that, over time, meditators may attune more to these innate abilities. The Psi@Home project will study this possibility by collaborating with a cohort of advanced meditators. Your participation helps us explore the connection between meditation practices and the expression of subtle psi effects. Our experimental hypothesis is that advanced meditators will indeed be more likely to exhibit psi than non-meditators.
Being a cohort member simply means that you're willing to have our team invite you to join experiments in the future. It's as simple as that.
For the initial experiments, we will work with practitioners of tantric buddhism, with an emphasis on those practicing in the Shambhala lineage. If you are a sadhana practitioner who has completed ngondro and received abhisheka, or otherwise have a long-standing and regular vajrayana practice, we invite you to fill out the contact form below. If you are an experienced meditator within another tradition, we also warmly invite you to contact us via the form. Our team will let you know how you can participate.
Please note: You will need an Apple computer running mac OSX to join this cohort.
Yes, I'm interested in joining the cohort.
Please tell us the extent of your practice in a brief sentence or two.
We'll need to know the version of your Mac OS X operating system.
We will contact you from the email address: email@example.com
Please add the address to your personal email contacts.
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