Julia Mossbridge, PhD

Julia Mossbridge, PhD

Julia Mossbridge, PhD

Choice Compass & IONS Innovation Lab

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Transcendence Tech Review

From the paper: Transcendence Tech, a new field with roots in ancient mysticism, uses technology and design fundamentals to facilitate these three basic elements of transcendence: moving beyond the self, connecting with others, and sharing pro-social goals and ideas. After briefly describing the technological and personal contexts for this chapter, I will discuss a scientifically vetted model of the path to transcendence and describe how specific examples of Transcendence Technology support each step in the path toward living deeply. Finally, I describe my sense of the strengths, potential future directions, and weaknesses of Transcendence Tech.

2016 INTERVIEW

INNOVATION

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BOOKS

Transcendent Mind: Everyone knows that consciousness resides in the brain. Or does it? In this book, Imants Barušs and Julia Mossbridge utilize findings from quantum mechanics, special relativity, philosophy, and paranormal psychology to build a rigorous, scientific investigation into the origins and nature of human consciousness.

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The Garden: When Julia Mossbridge, PhD, woke up from a dream about a lush garden, she had no idea how that vision would transform not only her life but her scientific views on awareness, consciousness, and the unconscious mind.

BIO

Julia Mossbridge, M.A., Ph.D. is the Director of the Innovation Lab at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), the CEO and Research Director of Mossbridge Institute, LLC, a Visiting Scholar in the Psychology Department at Northwestern University, and has newly joined Focus@Will Labs.

She is best known for being the inventor of Choice Compass, which is based on a patent-pending process that helps smartphone users tap into their mind-body connection via their heart rhythms as they contrast two life choices.

Dr. Mossbridge is also the author of Unfolding: The Perpetual Science of Your Soul’s Work (New World Library, 2002), and writes about her attempts to find the soul in science on her blog Unfolding Science.