Through the Windbridge Institute, the research organization my husband Mark Boccuzzi and I founded in 2008, we are now offering unique and beautiful artwork based on the consciousness research we perform. (See the samples below.)
We’re offering 3 types of images:
The term instrumental transcommunication (ITC) refers to using electronic or other technological equipment to facilitate interaction and communication with the deceased. During the creation of custom ITC art, you can invite your loved one who has passed to visit our lab and interact with our equipment during a scheduled session. The resulting data is then transformed and visualized as an image just for you.
Research has demonstrated that focused attention can affect the output of random event generators (REGs). REGs can be thought of as electronic coin flippers generating continuous, random streams of 1's and 0's. During the creation of custom Intention art, you can focus your attention on a specific idea or intention during a scheduled session in which we are collecting data from a REG. The resulting REG data is then transformed and visualized as an image just for you as a reminder of the intention you set or as one-of-a-kind gift that captures your good wishes for someone on a special occasion.
To date, REG data from sessions in which Mark and I focused on manifesting Hope, Gratitude, and Abundance have been transformed and visualized as images available for purchase.
Purchase fulfillment takes place through FineArtAmerica.com and includes Standard Prints, Framed Prints, Stretch Canvas Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, Greeting Cards, and more. Standard prints start at $23.
In a modern world in which mystery is scarce, PsiArt celebrates the limitless nature of consciousness that we are only beginning to understand.
All sales of PsiArt support research at the Windbridge Institute. Thank you for your support of this artistic endeavor.
"Art is the queen of all sciences communicating knowledge to all the generations of the world." Leonardo da Vinci
Art inspired by science