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Mark Boccuzzi, co-founder, researcher, and director of operations at the Windbridge Institute, holds a BS in computer science with a minor in broadcast communications. Prior to co-founding the institute, Mark was the executive producer of consumer entertainment at Human Code Presage, and a project manager at the Exploratorium: Museum of Science, Art, and Human Perception where he worked on a wide range of research and exhibit development projects funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Additionally, Mark has spent more than a decade investigating spontaneous cases of apparitions and related haunting phenomena in the San Francisco Bay Area and southern Arizona. In 2005, he successfully completed the Summer Study Program in Parapsychology presented by the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) and the Rhine Research Center. He is an associate member of the Parapsychological Association and full member of the Society for Scientific Exploration.
Mark's research interests include intuition, animal psi, applied psychokinesis, photographic anomalies, distant mental interactions on living systems (DMILS), and instrumental transcommunication (ITC). He is 2011 recipient of a grant from the Helene Reeder Memorial Fund for Research into Life after Death. Mark's research has been presented at the Toward a Science of Consciousness and the International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) conferences and published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration.
by Julie Beischel, PhD, Mark Boccuzzi, Arnaud Delorme, PhD, Leena Michel, Paul J. Mills, PhD, and Dean Radin, PhD
During advanced meditative practices, unusual perceptions can arise including the sense of receiving information about unknown people who are deceased. As with meditation, this mental state of communication with the deceased involves calming mental chatter and becoming receptive to subtle feelings and sensations. Psychometric and brain electrophysiology data were collected from six individuals who had previously reported accurate information about deceased individuals under double-blind conditions.