Over the years, the Institute of Biosensory Psychology (IBP) has developed numerous international connections. Let us list the most significant of them.
World Health Organization
In 2003, IBP representatives were invited to the World Health Organization Center for Health Development (Kobe, Japan) as consultants from Russia to prepare the Global Atlas for Traditional Medicine.
Within the framework of these activities, the Institute closely cooperated with international organizations in collecting and summarizing information on traditional medicine:
— European Herbal & Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association, Great Britain. www.ehtpa.eu
— University of Witten / Herdecke, Germany. www.uni-wh.de
— Faculty of Pharmacy and Alternative Medicine, Kenya, Department of Pharmacy & Complementary / Alternative Medicine Kenyatta University, Kenya. www.ku.ac.ke/schools/medicine/department/pharmacy-and-complementary-medicine
— University of Tokyo, Japan. www.u-tokyo.ac.jp
— Commonwealth Working Group on Traditional and Complementary Health Systems, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. www.ox.ac.uk
Interparliament Assembly of countries – members of CIS
In the period from 2002 to 2005 cooperated on legislative activities in the field of social services for the population.
University of Witten / Herdecke, Germany
We carry out joint research in the field of traditional medicine. At the invitation of the University of Witten, the specialists of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology repeatedly conducted in Germany on-site training seminars on biosensory psychodynamics.
Tallinn Institute of Biosensory Psychology (Biosensoorse Psühholoogia Instituut OÜ)
Since 2009 and up to now we have been cooperating to promote biosensory psychodisciplines in Estonia.
We hold regular joint courses, seminars and lectures.
Between the institutes, an agreement on cooperation and interaction was concluded.
Educational and public organizations of India
Asian Federation of Psychotherapy.
World Council for Psychotherapy. Website: www.worldpsyche.org
Department of Human Consciousness and Yogic Science, Mangalore University, India. Website: www.mangaloreuniversity.ac.in/faculty-human-consciousness-yogic-science
— We organize joint conferences, congresses and round tables;
— Launch joint research;
— We conduct joint seminars, courses and trainings;
— We constantly exchange experience in the process of regular trips of specialists to each other.
For many years, the Institute of Biosensory Psychology has maintained business and professional relations with the Federation of Yoga and Psychotherapy, Sagara University and other major research and educational institutions in India. The Ministry of Yoga in India invites experts from the Institute of Biosensory Psychology to international conferences as key speakers from Russia, and the Institute itself is among the organizers of conferences.
The conference on psychotherapy in India, which is, like in Russia, a medical specialty, is traditionally differ by a special selection of participants – researchers, professors, students of orient-orientated disciplines. In this regard, the themes and topics covered in the reports differ in “easy accessibility” and openness. Psychologists, psychotherapists, specialists of related fields openly share their experience, including in the field of paranormal phenomena, applying of “non-standard” instruments of psychotherapy, using of methods of traditional medicine. At one such conference, the rector of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology Pavel Pavlovich Vetrenko signed an agreement on cooperation between the Institute of Biosensory Psychology and the Association of Yoga and Psychotherapy of India (YPAI).
Institute of Noetic Sciences, USA
In 2008 – 2009 years held a series of joint seminars in the United States. Specialists of the Institute of Biosensory Psychology taught telekinesis to several hundred Americans.
Bircham International University, Madrid, Spain
In 2015, between the Institute of Biosensory Psychology and the International University of Bircham (Madrid, Spain), an agreement on cooperation was signed. Within the framework of the agreement, the Academic Council has been opened in the Institute of Biosensory Psychology, which has the opportunity to conduct preparatory and testing activities on the basis of the final agreement with the Academic Council and the University administration and to award academic degrees of the University of any level: bachelor, master or doctor of sciences, specializing in “Biosensory Psychology” .
Training seminars abroad
Specialists of the Institute regularly conduct traveling seminars abroad for foreign students. The main goal of these seminars is to introduce people to biosensory practices. An obligatory part of this acquaintanceship is the teaching of telekinesis skills, as it is a proof of the effectiveness of biosensory practices and a fact that can not be disputed. Since 2010, with this program our specialists: Tonkov V.V., Vetrenko .PP., Shareiko N.V., Semenko T.A., Ignatieva S.K., Efimov P.A., Musin E.V., Aliskerova O.U. and others, – travelled a large number of cities and countries. They visited:
— Nizhny Novgorod,
as well as abroad:
— and Spain.
After the arrival of specialists of the Institute, people living in these cities and countries create groups of interest. In them, they independently engage in biosensory practices, transferring the acquired skills into experience. Periodically, they once again invite the Institute’s specialists to their field seminars. Training in this way is systematic and result-oriented.
If you live in one of the listed cities or in one of the listed countries, or want to organize classes in your area, contact the Institute to find out how you can join the program of visiting seminars.