Open International Congress The Psyche and Psychic Processes as a Real Factor of Miraclecreating Pra

Venue: Congress Hall

Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Event Date/Time: Jun 24, 2011 End Date/Time: Jun 26, 2011
Registration Date: Jun 01, 2011
Early Registration Date: Apr 10, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Apr 10, 2011
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Description

Congress Organizing Members:
Institute of Biosensory Psychology, Private Educational Institution for Additional Professional Education (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Professional Medical Association for Folk Medicine, Interregional Public Organization (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Center of Healing Arts and Social Support (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Academy of holistic medicine (Berlin, Germany)
The Orassy Institute (London, UK)

Congress objectives:
• Generalization of experience from different schools and study directions, which use the psychic processes in their practice
• Formation of a strategy for developing the research of the psyche and psychic processes as a real factor of miraclecreating practice
• Discussion, within a wide range of specialists, of today’s notion of the psyche and psychic processes in practical para-phenomenology in light of modern scientific and practical world view

Main working forms of the Congress:
June 24 – plenary reports
June 25 – reports
June 26 – master classes and outdoor studies
June 27 – July 3 Special Course сonducted by Vladimir Tonkov

Vladimir Tonkov is the author of the world record in the field of telekinesis, professor and recognized pedagogue of the Baltic Pedagogical Academy, academician of the International Academy of Information, Communications and Management in Technology, Nature and Business (‘MAISU’), president of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology, current member of the All-Russian Professional Psychotherapeutic League, president of the Interregional Non-Government Organization the Professional Medical Association of Folk Medicine, member of the presidential council of the Russian Association of Folk Medicine, founder of the unique scientific area of ‘biosensory psycho-disciplines’, Person of Russia laureate, nominee of WHO IS WHO IN RUSSIA, nominee of the International Agency of Records and Achievements and the Guinness Book of Records, author of several legislative initiatives in the Russian Federation and abroad, participant of programs of the World Health Organization and UNESCO, owner of a number of author patents.
Since 1989 over 100,000 (one hundred thousand) people have studied with Vladimir Tonkov, including those who subsequently became well-known experts in the sphere of Russian and world-wide paraphenomenology and paramedicine.

Congress Organizing Committee:
Natalia Shareyko – PhD, MD, associate member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (RANS), Vice Rector of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology
Vladimir Tonkov – Professor, lead specialist and President of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology
Andrei Sluchenkov – PhD, Executive Secretary
The Congress languages are Russian and English.

Venue

4 Aerodromnaya Street
Russia
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Additional Information

In order to allow everyone to familiarize with the topic of the congress materials, a collection of abstracts will be published. To have your abstracts published please send them to the Organizing Committee before April 10, 2011 (please see format requirements). Cost of 1 publication in the collection is $20. To participate in the congress you need to pay the participation fee and send in a participant registration form along with an abstract of the report – up to 2,500 characters in A4 format (or letter size 8 ½ x 11) before May 10, 2011 by fax or email (contact info below). Congress participation fee is $200. If the participation fee and publication fee are paid before December 31, 2010 a 50% discount applies. If the participation fee is paid before April 10, 2011 a 20% discount applies. Hotel accommodations for participants from out of town can be arranged near the congress location. Cost of one night is from $50 to $160, depending on the type of accommodations. Participants can additionally have a poster session, video equipment and space for presenting their field of activity, books and products. Presentation space is $35 per day (one table with two chairs). Participation in a master class is $35. Cost of access to a live video feed from the congress is $35 for the entire congress.

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