Friday, April 24, 2015

ICC speaker Ulisse di Corpo, PhD on Syntropy

Preview of Dr Antonella Vannini and Dr Ulisse di Corpo's talk (YouTube)

Entire ICC Program, May 22-24, Portugal

To learn about the ICRL research duo's latest book or to listen to a podcast about their chapter in Filters & Reflections anthology, visit:

Syntropy, Consciousness and the Invisible
The syntropy theory suggests the existence of a dimension which we can feel but which is invisible to us. It also posits that the mind is organized on three levels. The consciousmind on which we are tuned during the time we are awake, characterized by free will, which mediates feelings that come from the unconscious mind with information that comes from the physical plane of reality. The superconscious mind which is directly associated to the source of syntropy (vital energy) and provides knowledge and intelligence. It sends messages through feelings of anticipation, presentiments, insights and inspirations. The unconscious mind, which governs the vital functions of the body and implements highly automated programs. It connects the conscious with the superconscious minds, and can be accessed using altered states such as hypnotic trance.

Ulisse Di Corpo has a degree in psychology and in experimental psychology and a PhD in statistics and social research. He works in the field of social research and provides methodological support and software tools to researchers. In 1977 he developed the vital needs theory, which was the subject of his thesis in psychology and statistics, and since 1977 he has been working on the interaction of syntropy and entropy.
Antonella Vannini has a PhD in cognitive psychology. She is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist, and has conducted experimental research works on emotions and retrocausality. She is also a Tai Chi instructor and expert in martial arts interested in the encounter between East and West. She is now studying techniques which allow to harmonize mind and body and is developing the vital needs theory and the law of syntropy in the field of psychotherapy.

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