About OIC

The International Organization of Conscientiotherapy (OIC) is the conscientiological and conscientiocentric institution, civil association of private law, non-profit, scientific, educational, apolitical, independent and universalist, dedicated to the re-education and research in Conscientiotherapy.


The OIC was founded on September 6, 2003 in the city of Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná, Brazil, focused in being a multidimensional organization of excellence in Conscientiotherapy, contributing to the implantation of the consciential health holothosene on the planet.

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The summary of the main objectives signed in the statute and approved at the OIC’s foundation General Assembly are:

  • Provide assistance to consciousnesses, assisting them in self-cure and self-promoting of integral health.

  • Research, experiment, disseminate and stimulate the consciential health and the physical and parapsychic phenomena linked to Conscientiotherapy.

  • Foment, produce, and promote scientific activities and projects for the dissemination of Conscientiotherapy.

  • Reconciling Conscientiotherapy research with interdisciplinary approaches, in a universalist view of the human being (consciousness).

  • Collaborate for planetary holothosenic reurbanization through the implementation and development of Conscientiotherapy.

Physical structure

Foz do Iguaçu / PR / Brazil

The OIC headquarters is located in the Cognópolis neighborhood in Foz do Iguaçu, PR, Brazil.





Evolutient’s waiting room


2 laboratories for individual, couple or family session

Laboratory for group conscientiotherapy and internal meetings


Auditorium for events

São Paulo / SP

The OIC branch in the city of São Paulo is located in the Vila Mariana neighborhood

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Laboratory for individual, couple or family consultation


Laboratory for group conscientiotherapy and events

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.