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The Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research, Incorporated (AIPR, Inc., or Parapsychology Institute) was established in 1977 and is a non-profit community association.
The AIPR is based in Sydney, New South Wales, and its membership is world-wide.
He is a specialist consultant for the Australian Journal of Parapsychology and publishes in a wide variety of scientific fields; is a Senior Lecturer at Federation University Australia.
His main research interest is in exploring perception.
The emphasis is on having fun; hands-on doing psychic things. From the standpoint of ‘mainstream science’, paranormal experiences are not legitimate because they have no basis in objective reality.
This is particularly applicable to experiences associated with altered states of consciousness (ASC).
Attila’s theory, based on a compilation of anecdotal cases as well as observations, describes the characteristics and culture of the enigmatic Yowie, if such a species exists. Jung thought that something acausal or paranormal was going on in meaningful coincidences, rather than just subjective interpretations by the individual involved.
Attila’s fascination in ‘cryptids’ began years ago during an expedition in the Blue Mountains. Jung also thought that perhaps such experiences were in fact fleeting glimpses of an underlying timeless realm in which mind and matter are as yet undifferentiated.
Popular labels that have been applied to such events include the ‘disappearing object phenomenon’ (DOP) and ‘just one of those things‘ (JOTT).He has studied with healers, psychics and mediums over many years dedicating his research to achieving an understanding of the Spiritual side of life.This talk will be based on his incredible experience in a Spiritual Project of over 25 years with the extraordinary British psychic medium, Owen Potts (1927-2016).The difference between camps lies in the perceived ‘purpose’ (or lack of purpose) of the experience.Furthermore, proponents of the authenticity of ASCs have developed various analogies to account for how ASCs are phenomenologically generated, although these have not been widely considered or consolidated.