The Greek Institute of Orgonomy, in order to achieve its objectives, has undertaken the following initiatives:

– In the field of research, the “Heraclitus” laboratories were created and operated. The Laboratory of Microscopic Observation studies the bionic decomposition of organic and inorganic matter and the natural, spontaneous organization of protozoa (biogenesis), the protoplasmic movement of living organisms and the effect of the original radiation on capillary red blood cells of volunteers. The Laboratory of Biophysical Research aims to reproduce the experiments conducted by Wilhelm Reich in order to prove the existence of the orgone and to study its functions.

– In the field of dissemination of Bioenergetic Body Psychotherapy and Character Analysis (Orgonetherapy) as founded and taught by Wilhelm Reich, and considering it a valuable tool in the field of psychotherapy, it organizes and implements a four-year educational program for psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians of other specialties and mental health workers, as well as a continuing clinical educational programme for psychotherapists.

– In the field of training and dissemination of Orgonomy to the public, the Institute has undertaken broader initiatives. It organizes seminars for acquaintance with Orgonomy, which can be attended by anyone without prerequisite knowledge, as well as speeches open to all. Also, in collaboration with colleague child psychiatrist and orgone therapist Giorgos Argyreas, it actively participates in the publishing program of “Reo” publications, which publish the most important works of Reich with new and scientifically elaborated translations as well as books, articles and works of other researchers and organizations, who work in the field of Orgonomy and offer significant documentation on the work of Wilhelm Reich.

– We have collected and posted on this webpage some extracts from the works of various scholars of Orgonomy, especially Wilhelm Reich, which highlight his rich and multifaceted work and at the same time constitute the springboard of our own research.