What's Viralenology?

(noun) vir·​al·​en·​ol·​o·​gy | \ vī-ˈräl-en-o-lə-jē \

  1. a branch of science that merges traditional science with metaphysics to research interpersonal relationships, environmental solutions, future technologies including fuel sources and travel modes, thought power, and intuitive communication 
  2. a theory or philosophy describing the contagious nature of vibrational-creation-energy (or Quantum of Consciousness) in social interactions, physical environments, and through intention and thought

What is Consciousness?

The Viral Energy Institute research and teachings are based on collective consciousness and raising consciousness among people. Yet, we realize that many struggle to define and understand consciousness. And still, no-thing could be more important because we know that when we operate from higher consciousness all problems are easily solved. Currently, we're working on defining consciousness, what it is, plus how it is shared (contagious) and how this affects you. As is the case with all of our research, we consider the best science together with what we discover through metaphysical modalities such as meditation. Through meditation, we tap into collective multi-dimensional creation-energy, otherwise known as consciousness. (Hint, hint!) Stay tuned for the release of our work on consciousness.
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Global Viral Contemplation (GVC), an initiative of the Viral Energy Institute.

PLAY VIDEO: In 2020, we began a partnership with Good Deeds Day International to bring GVC awareness to people around the world. No matter your age, location, or abilities, you can send positive light energy to others and our planet.

Testimonials for our Research Initiatives

Here's what the experts are saying...

“It would be interesting to know how to measure it, this (viral) energy. To test it scientifically would be really fun, because it is almost mystical. I’m with you all the way. I certainly support what you are doing, it’s going to make a great impact.”

Dr. David D. Burns, M.D., Adjunct Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine and the author of the bestselling books Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy and The Feeling Good Handbook

“I applaud you so much for what you’re doing, and how much what you’re doing will help. I’m really glad that you’re doing this. I wish that this was something being talked about on every street corner, and on every Facebook profile.”

Dr. Mitch Prinstein, Ph.D., ABPP, Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Professor, Director of Clinical Psychology, Editor of the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Psychology

Would you like to participate with the research initiatives of the VEI?

Are you drawn to spiritual and metaphysical quests? Do you enjoy nature immersion, reading and writing, interviewing and surveying others? Curious minds, researchers, and interns, please inquire.