Julia Mossbridge, PhD, conducts research at Northwestern University, where she examines how humans integrate events into a so-called “stream” of consciousness and how the relationship between non-conscious processing and conscious awareness can inform intuition and creativity. Winner of the 2014 Charles Honorton Integrative Contributions Award, she is a research associate... [Read more]
Experiencing Group-Synch Technology
Being “on the same wavelength” turns out to be more than just a groovy thing to feel. There are physiological correlates of group synchrony that we can detect and feed back to the group, which result in even more synchrony. What can we do when we’re synchronous? Understand one another better, feel connected on a deeper level, and make group decisions from a shared place of unconditional love, to name a few possibilities. The power of group synchrony is just beginning to be tapped, thanks to biometric technologies with high processing speeds. In this Q and A and experiential session, we will answer questions about consciousness hacking, transcendence tech, group-synch technology, and the neural mechanisms of synchrony, and we will also perform a live experiment in which we’ll enter into a group-synch experience, with multimodal sensory feedback.
Mikey Siegel is a robotics engineer turned consciousness hacker. He envisions a present and future where science and technology support psychological, emotional, and spiritual flourishing—a present and future where our devices not only connect us to information but also to ourselves and one an other, catalysts for individual and collective... [Read more]