Center Staff Members
Jeffery A. Martin, PhD
Jeffery is a Harvard trained social scientist who researches personal transformation. He specializes in transdisciplinary research and how to credibly combine knowledge from multiple disciplines. For the last several years has been working to bring rigorous empirical research and testing to transformational techniques and theories that have previously been supported anecdotally. For the Center, Jeffery has been examining the scholarship across the academic disciplines that relate to mind/matter interaction and intentionality, including: Physics, Engineering, Biology, Neuroscience, Chemistry, Religion and Spirituality, Alternative and Traditional Medicine, History, Psychology, and several others. Some of his academic papers in this area can be found by clicking here.
Jeffery is a leading expert on intentionality and non-symbolic consciousness. An award winning educator, he holds graduate degrees in information technology, management, and transformative studies and has co-edited, authored, or co-authored over 20 books and numerous other publications; appeared in a wide variety of electronic media; and lectured widely in both academic and public forums. Jeffery is currently the director of the Center for the Study of Non-Symbolic Consciousness (http://www.nonsymbolic.org), and the Center for the Study of Intent (http://www.centerforintent.org). Portions of his research on power of thought and non-symbolic consciousness are also available in the popular fiction book, The Fourth Awakening (http://www.fourthawakening.com). His personal website is: DrJefferyMartin.com.
Kelly Larson, PhD (Cand)
Kelly is a scholar of transformation, sustainability, and Yoga. Her academic focus is centered on Yoga and consciousness. She holds a Master of Arts of degree in Integral Transformation from Prescott College, and is currently working on her PhD dissertation in Transformative Studies at California Institute of Integral Studies. Kelly leads retreats and workshops internationally.
Eric Owens, MS
Eric is a highly experienced researcher, manager, engineer, and marketer with longstanding interests in the area of intentionality. He has experimented with intentionality related concepts in diverse business and personal settings. Eric holds a Master of Science degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Rob Kane, ALM (Cand)
Rob has built and managed small businesses from the inside out working with the principals of intentionality along the way. He is currently a graduate student in psychology at Harvard where he's honing both his professional and academic skill sets. Rob's primary research interest is human potential. He also holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Management from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst's Isenberg School of Management.