ICRs 2017 Annual ConferenceThe Kundalini Database ProjectThe Awakening of Kundalini
Kundalini - Global PerspectivesThe Kundalini Database ProjectThe Awakening of Kundalini

New Discoveries, Surprising Insight.

For more than 30 years, members of the  Institute for Consciousness Research (ICR) have worked tirelessly to raise awareness about Kundalini - a discovery that could be the most important scientific breakthrough of our time.

What is Kundalini?

The rediscovery of a hidden but powerful mechanism that is helping us solve the riddle of consciousness.

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The theme for our 2017 conference is “Kundalini: The Process, The Gifts.” This year, we would like to focus on the positive aspects and benefits of the Kundalini process.
The conference will be held Saturday August 5th and Sunday August 6th, 2017 at Beaverdale House, RR #2, Markdale, ON, Canada.

Online registration is now available. CLICK HEREfor more information or to register.

In November, the Emerging Sciences Foundation held an online symposium entitled Kundalini and the Global Shift of Consciousness. The six presenters emphasized in different ways that Kundalini is the biological mechanism behind evolution, and that understanding it can help us address the most urgent problems of our time. This same knowledge can also give us guidance for accelerating our own process of spiritual growth.

Speakers included Michael Bradford, Teri Degler, Michael Molina, Carl Johan Calleman, Corinne Lebrun, and J. J. Semple, Several of the presentations, including Michael’s are now available on Youtube. Teri’s will be released in the next few weeks. For more information, and to be notified of presentation releases, you can visit the ESF 2016 Symposium page.

This article Revelation and Inspiration, by G. Philippe Menos and Karen A. Jones Menos explores Revelation and Inspiration as paranormal phenomena in light of the Kundalini hypothesis.
It examines what some ancient and esoteric traditions tell us about these phenomena, including an interpretation of symbols surrounding Hermes/Thoth (Ancient Egypt), Vak (India), Quetzalcoatl/The Feathered Serpent, (Mayans of Mesoamerica), and Merlin (British Isles).
Historical examples of Revelation, inspiration, creativity, and genius include Mozart, Beethoven, Nostradamus, Mohammad, Newton, Neo-Platonists, Gopi Krishna, Shakespeare, Lu Chi, Goethe, Pascal, Nietzsche, Sri Aurobindo, Guru Nanak, Picasso, Einstein, and Milarepa.

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The Thomas G. Howe Publishing Honorarium

ICR has established the Thomas G. Howe Publishing Honorarium Fund to encourage and support those researchers and authors who write and submit articles to ICR that further the Institute's research.

Qualifying authors will be acknowledged each summer at ICR's Annual General Meeting. The amount of the Honorarium will come from the interest earned on the endowing funds.

For more information about the Honorarium, and the requirements for qualification, you can visit the Honorarium page in the Research section of this site.