At Monroe Institute, we use Monroe Sound Science as a tool for research studies and the active exploration of consciousness in our experiential programs.
Our research focuses on the following objectives:
Establishment and facilitation of coordinated studies of human consciousness using interdisciplinary approaches
Promote the understanding that consciousness research is most meaningful when there are practical applications
Search for and investigation of various tools and techniques to facilitate evocative and transformative altered states of consciousness
Publishing the results of our consciousness research studies
Providing a forum for dialogue regarding consciousness research, the ethics and future of the field and application of consciousness research
Participating in Research
If you are considering participating in one of our research studies during your retreat at our Virginia campus, you may email Nancy at email@example.com or call her at 434-361-1500 for more information.
Monroe partners with organizations such as IONs and the University of Virginia's Division of Perceptual Studies to research conduct additional studies on the benefits and effects of our audio technology and programs. These studies are exploring the effect of Monroe Sound Science on brainwave activity, including synchronous gamma frequencies that could be indicating a bridge of awareness from subconscious to super-conscious states.
If you wish to conduct research in collaboration with our team of researchers please submit a formal proposal to the above email in adherence to our professional and ethical standards.
Current and Upcoming Research Studies
Discovery (Monroe Sound Science and other audio-technology)
ASSEP (Audio Study State Evoked Potential)
Copper Wall Project
As this research unfolds, Monroe Sound Science technology will continue to grow in its support of the study and experience of expanded states of consciousness.