Conscientiology is the science of consciousness, also known as ego, soul, spirit, essence, self, individuality, personality, person, being or subject.
You, me, and we are all a highly complex consciousness. Animals, plants and all creatures that exist in the Universe are also consciential principles. Consciousness is not a physical, neurological or material phenomenon, but something subjective and transcendent.
Conscientiology understands that the manifestations of our consciousness go beyond the physical brain and the human body. The consciousness, our individual essence, exists for millennia, has survived and will survive the death of the human body and can manifest itself in multiple dimensions through different bodies, beyond this material dimension.
Anyone interested can verify these realities through the development of their own parapsychism (extrasensory perception or ESP), bioenergetic control and especially through a phenomenon known as the out of body experience, in which your consciousness is able to manifest with full lucidity in another dimension, through other bodies that are more subtle than the biological body.
When leaving their own body with self-awareness, the woman or man concludes that biological life is only a small portion of their reality, that they can express their identity through other more subtle and advanced bodies, that there are other dimensions inhabited by other consciousnesses and extraphysical realities, that we have attributes, memories and superior psychic abilities and that our consciousness does not cease to exist with the human death.
Thus, to understand consciousness integrally, from the perspective of Conscientiology, we need a new and broader model of reality, this is called the consciential paradigm.
Conscientiology is, above all, a science that helps each of us to rationally investigate our own reality, seeking logical answers about who we are, where we came from, where we are going and what the purpose of this life is.
Conscientiology science was publicly proposed by Waldo Vieira, a Brazilian physician and researcher in 1981. Currently there are thousands of people around the world who study and research Conscientiology. There are also dozens of research institutions in different countries dedicated to the development of Conscientiology, as well as dozens of publications and journals on the subject.
What is the disbelief principle?
The disbelief principle is a fundamental proposition of Conscientiology which states that the researcher should not accept any idea in an a priori, dogmatic or mystical way, without reflection and without subjecting it to a critical, rational and dispassionate analysis.
Through the disbelief principle one replaces belief with the rationality and knowledge gained from personal experience. The disbelief principle is a practical challenge for all of us and can be postulated by the phrase:
Do not believe in anything. Not even in the information presented by instructors, researchers, authors and volunteers of Conscientiology. EXPERIMENT. Have your own experiences.
Find out about your level of affinity with Conscientiology.
Below you will find a list with some questions to help you evaluate your degree of affinity with the premisses of Conscientiology, this will help you to see if you may have found what you are looking for. Please answer:
1. Self. Do you want to expand your self-knowledge in order to be a more mature individual?
2. Bodies. Do you accept the possibility of having other, more subtle, bodies, beyond the human body?
3. Energies. Are you interested in learning and mastering your energies, chakras, aura, as well as how to deal with the energies of people, animals, plants and environments around you?
4. Phenomena. Do you experience or have you experienced psychic phenomena that made you ponder the meaning of life?
5. Ideas. Have you had, since youth, ideas or inspirations about the purpose of your life and an intimate sense of responsibility towards the ethical, moral and assistantial values?
6. Immortality. Do you find it plausible that your consciousness, soul or individual essence is immortal, that is, will not end upon physical death?
7. Intuitions. Do you have intuitions, even if undefined, on some task useful for mankind that you would like to accomplish or that is already being fully realized?
8. Multidimensionality. Do you rationality agree with the hypothesis that there are other more subtle dimensions, beyond this material one, where your consciousness can manifest?
9. Parapsychism. Do out of body experiences, parapsychism or ESP – extrasensory perception – interest you?
10 . Rationality. Are you more rational, logical and scientific than religious, mystical or dogmatic?
11 . Seriality. Do you naturally accept the idea that we lived other past lives and in other bodies, and that we will live new lives in the future (reincarnation)?
If you often answered “yes” to many of these questions and feel a great affinity or familiarity with the ideas of Conscientiology, then you are likely to be a intermissivist.
An intermissivist is the consciousness who studied advanced subjects and prepared for their human life in the Intermissive Course, before being born into this present life in this physical dimension. There are many intermissivists spread across many countries. Many are searching for answers to their personal questions. Intercons’ mission is to help promote unity and exchanges among intermissivists worldwide. Contact us to learn how to apply your potential.
If you answered “yes” to one or a few of the questions above, it means there is some degree of affinity with the ideas of Conscientiology. You may also be an intermissivist. Therefore, we suggest you to study more about these subjects to broaden your knowledge. You are welcome to receive more information about Conscientiology through Intercons.
However, if you did not answer “yes” to any question, but still have an interest in finding out more about Conscientiology, feel welcome to contact us to receive free materials and resources in relation to our work.
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