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Rane Bowen
Rane Bowen

Rane is a yogi, a meditation teacher, a coder and a believer in the transformational role that technology plays in our lives. Inspired by thinkers and doers such as Erik Davis, Douglas Rushkoff and Mikey Siegel, he wants to do what he can to make the world a better place.

Marcella Bidinost
Marcella Bidinost

Marcella is a yoga teacher with a long-held yoga practice, which includes bioenergetic meditation, also known as shaking yoga.

Inspired by regular sessions in Melbourne with the Lucia Light, a third-eye activator invented by Austrians Dirk Proeckl (neurologist) and Engelbert Winkle (psychiatrist), she got to wondering what else is out there on the cutting edge of technology for personal growth.

In 2016, she attended the Transformative Technology conference in Palo Alto and - inspired by the scientists, inventors and tech gurus working for the evolution of our consciousness - she's now diving deeper into an exploration of what's available to all of us to enhance our psychological, spiritual and emotional growth.

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


Consciousness Hacking is a global community exploring technology as a catalyst for psychological, emotional and spiritual flourishing. It’s an inside-out perspective on how technology can serve us by changing our relationship to the world, rather than the world itself. Meetings will feature insightful talks, community building, and support for new ideas and concepts.

Have an idea for a cool EEG or meditation app? How about a new approach to therapy that uses sound and light? Maybe you’re interested in creating software to improve personal development. This is the place to explore and present your ideas with a supportive group with a focus of helping bring them to reality.

The ultimate purpose of the group is to support the community of people exploring, building and disseminating new tools for the evolution of individual and collective consciousness. You do not need a technology background, and you are absolutely welcome to join if you have no interest in ever developing your own tools, but there will definitely be a major focus on modern, technologies as the hacking medium. We do not advocate any particular spiritual or religious beliefs or practices, though our community and organisers tend to dabble in a variety of meditative and spiritual traditions.

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