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Here you’ll find our latest print and e-books, along with our line of inspired products. We only list items that we create ourselves or that own and use. All sales help support the Institute. 

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Recommended Reading

Looking for something to read?
Visit our Recommended Reading list HERE.

Each month we pick a new selection and feature it in our email newsletter. We only feature books that we have purchased and read.

Meaningful Messages Cards

Utilizing important messages from current research and clinical communities along with insights from Windbridge Certified Research Mediums, Dr. Julie Beischel has developed a meditation-type deck of 48 cards that provides a non-treatment-based means for continuing loving, inspiring relationships with deceased loved ones.

To learn more and to order please visit:
https://www.thegamecrafter.com/games/meaningful-messages-cards

Our Print Books

Investigating Mediums: A Windbridge Institute Collection by Julie Beischel, PhD

For the first time all in one place, this paperback book includes Dr. Julie Beischel’s 3 books previously only available as e-books: Among Mediums: A Scientist’s Quest for AnswersMeaningful Messages: Making the Most of Your Mediumship Reading, and From the Mouths of Mediums Vol. 1: Experiencing Communication. In addition, Investigating Mediums includes articles by Dr. Beischel discussing: mediums’ views about the afterlife; grief and mediumship; our deceased animal loved ones; and the three mediumship research programs at the Windbridge Institute.

Paperback: 348 pages

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Visualizing Intention: Art Informed by Science (The PsiForms Book) – By Mark Boccuzzi

Can the power of our thoughts influence the physical world around us? What if we could see our intentions, hopes, and fears displayed before us? Could these images allow us to connect with our deeper selves, with others, with our departed loved ones?

Windbridge Institute husband and wife research team, Mark Boccuzzi and Julie Beischel, PhD, spent a year exploring these and other questions relating to the extended nature of consciousness and the connections that exist between our minds and the physical world.

Visualizing Intention explores the development and application of their research. It also includes 12 images created from data collected while meditators focused on specific ideas. You can use these images as the focus of your own meditations.

You can purchase the full-color print version of the book from Amazon.com HERE (Commission Earned Link) or download a free PDF version of the book HERE.

Our Kindle Books

Among Medium: A Scientist’s Quest for Answers

Among Mediums: A Scientist’s Quest for Answers is an accessible, bite-sized review of Dr. Beischel’s 10-year journey and the answers she discovered along the way. Her writing is concise, non-technical, conversational, and entertaining.

Larry Dossey, MD, calls Dr. Beischel “a courageous, innovative pioneer” and found Among Mediums to be “science writing at its best.”

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From the Mouths of Mediums Vol. 1: Experiencing Communication

In Vol. 1 of From the Mouths of Mediums, 13 Windbridge Institute mediums discuss how they experience communication from the deceased; what suggestions they have for people interested in experiencing communication on their own; and why it might be that someone has not heard from their loved one.

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Meaningful Messages: Making the Most of Your Mediumship Reading

Meaningful Messages provides 10 helpful hints for people interested in receiving a reading from a psychic medium. It’s a short overview of the do’s and don’ts to keep in mind as you prepare for, experience, and reflect on a reading from a medium.

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PsiForms: Intention Art

Mindfulness Meditation Cards

This deck of 12 cards was created from data that were collected from a Random Event Generator (REG) while a group of meditators focused their intention on the specific ideas that are listed on each card. 

The set contains: 12 full-color cards ~ 1 instruction booklet ~ 1 12-sided die ~ 7 colored cubes (Choking Hazard! Keep out of reach of children!) ~ 1 drawstring storage pouch.

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The Mindfulness Meditation Journal: “Hope”

Our  Mindfulness Meditation Journal is the perfect companion for our mindfulness cards! The image on the cover was created from data that were collected while meditators focused on the intention of “Hope.”

This spiral notebook measures approximately 5″x8″. Features 160 pages of 60 lb book-weight acid-free paper (choose blank, dot grid, ruled, or task page format, as available). Each journal is wire bound in black wire with a professionally printed heavy front cover & flexible plastic back. Use this spiral-bound notebook to keep notes and journal about your daily mindfulness meditation practice.

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Customizable Framed Prints

A selection of images from the book Visualizing Intention: Art Informed by Science are available as framed prints. Images can be produced as Stretch Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, and more.

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Psi Hacking: Tools for Exploring Psi

Here we have assembled a collection of some of the tools that we use in our psi experiments. With these tools (and a little tinkering), you’ll be able to start your own psi explorations in your own home! Some of these items are DIY and will require some technical skills to get running. Others you can start playing with right out of the box. We invite you to explore these items, think about how you would use them as psi tools, and get creative with them! Please update us on what you do and what you find! 

Remember: Check with your healthcare provider before making lifestyle changes. 

Be in the moment

Laboratory-based research suggests that people who meditate regularly seem to score higher on psi (a.k.a. “psychic”) tests than those who don’t meditate. These findings are consistent with the teaching of traditional wisdom traditions that tell us that meditation is a gateway to higher states of consciousness. How this translates into increased intuitive abilities outside of the lab is one of our areas of study. While traditional meditative practices may not be attractive to everyone, there are alternatives! Here are some of the techniques we are exploring.

Sound

Singing Bowls

Research suggests that benefits might be found from including the use of Tibetan Singing Bowls in meditation and mindfulness practices (always check with your healthcare provider when considering lifestyle changes or treatment options). We have been exploring different recordings and software apps, but, to us, there’s nothing quite the same as being in the actual vibration created from a “live” singing bowl. We use this small bowl from Silent Mind and find it be to visually pleasing, well constructed, easy to play, and makes a nice tone. 

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Movement

There is some interesting research relating to fidgeting and mental focus. There may also be a connection between repetitive action, mind wandering, and altered states of consciousness (ASC). ASCs have been shown to create conditions favorable to psi (psychic) performance in the lab. Here are some of the tools we are using to explore these connections.

Labyrinths

We have always been fascinated by labyrinths (fun fact: Julie and Mark took their vows in one!). For Mark, they have been an excellent form of movement-based meditation practice. However, since not everyone has access to a walkable labyrinth, we have been experimenting with these hand-held “finger labyrinths.” They come in a variety of styles, sizes, and materials. The one pictured is what we use in the lab.

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Buddha Board 

The Buddha Board combines creativity, movement, and stillness to create a unique meditative tool. In our work, we ask operators to visualize a specific idea, intention, or feeling. Then, once they can hold that in their minds, they are instructed to use the water-soaked brush and quickly, and without thinking, allow their hand to move across the board. The board darkens where the brush touches it. When done, they meditate on the image they created. As the water drys, the image fades away. The item is well constructed, fun, and enjoyable to use.

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Traditional

Practical Meditation: A Simple Step-by-Step Guide by Giovanni Dienstmann

There are many resources available to teach people about meditation. However, if you don’t know where to start or are looking for a different practice, we found this book by Giovanni Dienstmann to be helpful and fun. The book is beautifully illustrated, accessible and one of our 2018 “Best of” picks.

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Psi Tech

Interested in developing your own psi testing tools and experiments? Then check out some of the tools we use in our lab. Of course, you’ll need to do the programming yourself. Much of our work with robots and random systems is inspired by research conducted at the PEAR Lab.

Makeblock mBot

This cute and relatively easy to assemble robot kit has been a great addition to our research team! Combining this robot with a true random number generator (via BlueTooth) creates a fun and engaging test target. Assembly and programming required. Random number generator and psi testing programs are not included. Picture: Our bot with the optional LED Matrix.

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Adeept 5-DOF Robot Arm

We like this robot arm because it is comparatively easy to build and program and less expensive than other robot arms. This robot makes a great anchored platform for developing your own psi testing applications. It comes with a helpful library of sample programs to get you started. It can also run attached to your computer, so you can use it in conjunction with the random number generators or control it over the internet (you’ll need to do your own coding for this, of course). While it can pick up and move very lightweight objects, we don’t recommend it for that. It is great as a pointing device or to complete a set of complex motions.

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Random Number Generators (RNG)

TrueRNG 3

Many of our research projects use random number generators. The TrueRNG is our current RNG of choice for quick psi testing projects. There are some basic, downloadable software tools for MS-Windows, but you’ll need to do your own coding for any specific projects. You can also check out this free Python-based psi testing app from Pederzoli, L. & Semenzato, L. & Tressoldi, P. on Github.

View the TrueRNG on Amazon (Commission Earned Link)

Images SI RNG

This RNG from Images SI, Inc is a complete, stand-alone device that will act as a random source and track its output and provide feedback with text and color lights. It can also be paired with their free MS-Windows-based software using an optional connection cable (not included). Comes with detailed documentation.

To learn more about this RNG, visit the Images SI website HERE.

Note: You can get this device at a lower list price directly from the developer. However, sales through Amazon help us out too! Thanks!
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Images SI PSI Science Lamp

Images SI also makes this really nice RNG-driven lamp that we love! The lamp changes color depending on the random number that is generated. 

“The PSI Science Lamp contains a laboratory-grade Random Number Generator (RNG) that provides a fun way to investigate the Mind-Matter interaction detailed in parapsychology journals and peer-reviewed papers. Use the Second Sight Light to test for psychokinesis (PK), precognitive, and telepathy.”

It can also be connected directly to a computer if you want to log the lamp’s data.

Learn more and order directly from the developer HERE.

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Normalize, Optimize, Utilize Psi! 

We love our mission statement!

Our friend and colleague, David B. Metcalfe, made this great graphic treatment for us, and we stuck it on everything!

Please pick up a mug or a lab notebook through our Zazzle store. All sales support our work! Thanks!

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Mug waiting to be filled at the Society for Scientific Exploration offices
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What's up, Doc? I just finished my Ph.D., and all I got was this mug? Best gift EVER!