October 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to the October 2021 Update!

Here’s What’s New…

Notes From the Lab

For the past few weeks, our primary focus has been on our research collaboration with The Institute for Love and Time (TILT). Those who have been on this list for a while will recall TILT was awarded a Bial Foundation grant to study precognition. Mark has been providing software development and other support for the project. We’ll write more once we have results to share.

Conference Presentation (PA/SSE)

Back in July, Mark participated at the joint conference of the Society for Scientific Exploration and the Parapsychological Association. During the free education day, Mark presented an introduction to mediumship research.

Mark was also a co-author on a presentation with Drs. Julia Mossbridge and Dean Radin titled “Forced-choice psi performance on four online tests as a function of multiple factors.” This talk reviewed results from two online apps, including data from the Positive Precognition training site that Mark co-developed with Dr. Mossbridge. Papers from these talks are already in the works. We’ll post more information as it becomes available. You can read the details of the presentation HERE.

View All the Presentation Recordings!
Did you miss the conference? Not to worry! You can buy a pass to access all the session recordings (including Mark’s education day talk!) for a limited time. Learn more HERE.

Best of 2020 Picks

Our Best of 2020 picks are finally out! This year we feature some of our favorite contributions to the field, including a couple of new books, research on a “mind switch,” and mainstream articles about psi. Check out the details HERE.

Mark’s Recommended Reading

Subtle Activism by David Nicol
The idea of combining consciousness-based (psi) practices to advance social change isn’t a new one. Here at the Institute, we have been experimenting with directed intention, intentional datasets, and other psi-tech and techniques as change agents for some time. However, this area of applied psi has recently been gaining interest from other members of the parapsychological community (we’ll write about these projects as they become more public). As finding conventional solutions to problems like climate change and social inequality seems more improbable, some psi researchers are considering how psi modalities could be applied to these and other global issues. Published in 2015, Nicol’s book, in my opinion, provides the best introduction to, what he terms, Subtle Activism. But is there anything subtle about global change? Check out Subtle Activism and our other recommended titles HERE.


We have made a few additions and updates to our online store. We only list items we use and own, and sales help support our work. Check out all our books, tools, and tech HERE.

About The Windbridge Institute, LLC

Formed in 2008 by husband-and-wife research team Mark Boccuzzi and Julie Beischel, PhD., The Windbridge Institute, LLC, is dedicated to conducting world-class research on phenomena currently unexplained within traditional scientific paradigms. Our main areas of research and development include Mindfulness, Synchronicity, Intuition, Creativity, and Intention.

Our goals are to 1) Normalize reports of psi functioning (precognition, telepathy, clairvoyance, and mind-matter interactions); 2) Optimize psi functioning through the use of traditional mindfulness practices, new emerging technologies, and creative expression; and 3) Utilize psi to solve real-world problems.

In July 2017, the Institute’s research on mediums and afterlife topics was moved to the Windbridge Research Center, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity. To learn more about the Windbridge Research Center and to sign-up for the Center’s email list, please visit www.Windbridge.org.

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