Conscientiotherapy Attendance

The Conscientiotherapy Attendance is the multidimensional assistance performed in an environment technically prepared by a team of 2 to 3 volunteer conscientiotherapists, working in cooperation with extraphysical helpers, aiming to help the evolutient to achieve self-cure.


The OIC offers attendances in Portuguese, English and Spanish, which are available throughout the year in Foz do Iguaçu / PR, São Paulo / SP, Rio de Janeiro / RJ and Porto Alegre / RS.


Itinerancies to other cities in Brazil and abroad are also carried out. Check the schedule in the Annual Agenda.


Individual, couple, double or family attendances are offered in different modalities:

Intensive Weekend Attendances:
5 attendances on consecutive periods throughout the weekend, with 1 session per period. 
Period: Friday to Sunday. 

Intensive Attendance: 
5 attendances on consecutive days, with 1 session per day.
Period: Monday to Friday.


Regular Attendance: 
Attendance every 14 days, occurring on the same day of the week and time.


Punctual Attendance: 
Unique attendance focused on punctual demand.


*Each conscientiotherapy attendance lasts up to 1 hour.

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Choose the city of interest and contact us.

Foz do Iguaçu | PR

+55 (45) 99921.6566

São Paulo | SP

+55 (11) 97521.3158

Rio de Janeiro / RJ

+55 (21) 99844.0505

Evolutient Area

In this space, orientations and bibliographic references are offered to support evolutient’s self-conscientiotherapy

Doutor Ensino no Seminário

Information to the Evolutient

In this document, optimizations for conscientiotherapy attendances are described.

Livros de biblioteca


Access the specific bibliographic references of Conscientiotherapy, published in different journals.

OIC activities do not replace or eliminate potential medical or psychological needs. It is recommended, whenever necessary, to seek out qualified health professionals for the specific attendances, accredited by official boards. OIC does not indicate nominatively any specialist.