What if you could measure a physical correlate of "chi"? It is too early to tell, but if it stands up to scrutiny of other researchers, the personal, social, and scientific implications could be tremendous. Enjoy this thought-provoking TEDx talk with I-ACT's Wagner Alegretti.
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Many discussions surrounding phenomena such as out-of-body experiences focus on debating whether or not such experiences are "real" or not. Such debates often overlook the obvious: these can be extraordinary experiences that can have positive, transformative, inspirational, or creative effects on individuals - regardless of their ultimate nature. The fact that they are naturally-occuring and the object of human fascination and inspiration throughout the times is reason enough
In 2003, I-ACT co-founder Nelson Abreu started Science of Self Club, one of the first consciousness-centered university student organizations, at University of Florida. The same year, with input from I-ACT's Nanci Trivellato, MSc and sponsored by UF's Center for Spirituality and Health, Nelson helped Barbara Welsch, PhD design one the first curricular university courses on consciousness (PSY4930: Intro to Consciousness Studies / PSY 4906: Non-Local Consciousness). The course