Thomas D. Abraham
Thomas D. Abraham, M.A., is earning a PhD in psychology researching topics related to affect and cognition. His prior work investigates the efficacy of an embodiment visualization technique as a means to reduce the subjective experience of physical pain. Mr. Abraham is a volunteer and consciousness researcher with the International Academy of Consciousness (IAC). He has published articles related to multidimensionality and evolution and has presented this work at both national and international conferences. Thomas is currently developing several software applications centered around testing mind/matter interactions and psi effects as well as parapsychic self-development. Mr. Abraham resides in Denver, Colorado where he helps to coordinate events and activities for the IAC and serves as an organizer for a local chapter of the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS).