To further the evolution of a socially altruistic heart-centered intelligence and two-way telepathic awareness, Sperry founded the Human Connection Institute in 1990, facilitating hundreds of groups internationally for forty years, while pioneering empirical research into Distant Mental Interactions with Living Systems. He’s taught anyone interested how to effectively recreate these experiences in-person, as well as online via webcam, largely for free. 
 He has published and given invited presentations on human interconnectedness and the Human Connection Project at the University of Connecticut ('88/'89), the Association for Research and Enlightenment ('90), the United Nations ('92), World Business Academy ('93/'94), Duke University ('95), Two Foundations of Mind conferences at U.C. Berkeley (2014/’15), and the ASCSI conference in Raleigh, NC (2018).

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