IONS senior educational advisor to the Worldview Literacy Project, Katia Petersen, PhD asks us to image a world in which we can recognize our full potential as human beings and thrive as global citizens.
Author and Newsweek science columnist discusses developments in neuroscience with IONS Director of Research Cassandra Vieten.
Host Marilyn Mandala Schlitz shares a lively discussion with Borysenko, whose work focuses on creativity, women’s issues, relationship-centered healing, spirituality, and the inter-religious dialogue.
Anthropologist, educator, award-winning author, Angeles Arrien, shares this "Living Deeply" experiential practice.
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Lazlo, renowned author and expert on systems thinking and general evolution theory, shares his perspective that the information underlying all things in consciousness...
Dolan discusses his unexpected journey into UFO research. His two books describe the history since WWII of major UFO cases and policies in the military and intelligence communities.
Understanding the causes and impacts of our current global situation as well as our responsibilities and possible courses of action will allow us to help provide for our progeny a future that is sustainable.
Dossy discusses how we can focus on our ability for future knowing, learning how premonitions operate and exploring the implications for future knowing in concert with global change.
Clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, Siegel talks about human relationships and biological processes. He is able to share complex ideas of interpersonal neurobiology in an engaging way.
This visionary educator, author, and speaker talks about how science and spirituality are suggesting that the universe is uniquely alive. Such a perspective fundamentally transforms our understanding of ourselves and our evolutionary journey.
This presentation shows you how to heal broken relationships to create more intimate connections with those you care for and value.
Renowned cell biologist Lipton speaks with host Stephen Dinan on how a revised vision of biology can help create positive change.
Macy discuss transforming despair and apathy in the face of overwhelming social and ecological crises into constructive, collaborative action.
This session explores how advances in epigenetics, quantum biophysics, and fractal geometry reveal that civilization is poised on the threshold of a major evolutionary event--the emergence of a new giant "multicellular organism" called humanity.
Addressing the Peace Alliance Conference for a US Department of Peace, former IONS President James O'Dea explores the momentum of a new global consciousness and the new science that suggests we are hardwired for current challenges.
Best-selling author Gregg Braden discusses bridging science and spirituality, how we interact with the quantum field, and the limitations of language in describing consciousness.
James O'Dea hosts Laszlo, who is generally recognized as the founder of systems philosophy and general evolution theory.
Our ancestors sat beneath the full moon around a fire and explained the sacredness of life, nature, and spirit through the art of storytelling. Their stories provide the guidelines for inner peace, spiritual education, and communal action...
As CEO of a large hotel company, Conley was faced with a dismal economic situation in the post-dot-com era. Discover how he reinterpreted Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to help his company...
Addressing the pervasive longing for meaning and fulfillment in this time of global crisis, this interview introduces a visionary ecopsychology of human development.
Geffen provides insights into his seven levels of healing program during this teleseminar with host Marilyn Mandala Schlitz.
Senior Scientist Dean Radin hosts Schwartz, one of the world's experts on the practical applications of remote viewing and extraordinary human functioning.
Post talks with IONS Research Director Cassandra Vieten about his high-level scientific research on unselfish love, compassion, and forgiveness.
The rate of scientific progress in understanding exceptional human capacities is slow because these phenomena are so challenging to prevailing theories. New concepts and experiments, however, are providing hints about how we may understand these capacities in the future.
Interpersonal neurobiology expert Siegel talks with former IONS President James O'Dea on the brain, awareness, and intention.
Inner Engineering is an opportunity to know your true inner nature as a peaceful, utterly blissful human being. Sadhguru shares about this inner technology of immeasurable antiquity.
Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN weaves together Florence Nightingale's (1820 - 1910) legacy, science, and art to increase our understanding of being a global citizen activist...
Celebrate with stories of inspiration and transformation from the heart of Africa.
James O'Dea hosts Houston, a celebrated psychologist, author, and speaker, who offers an uplifting and poetic perspective on the tribulations of the contemporary world situation.
This author, dream work innovator, and Unitarian Universalist minister describes how dream work provides an opportunity to examine unconscious fears that influence our lives.
The director of a UC Health Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience PhD program discusses with Marilyn Mandala Schlitz links between psychological factors, the immune system, and health.
With host Stephen Dinan, Grof reflects on over 40 years of non-ordinary states of consciousness research.
Host Belvie Rooks honors IONS Founder and Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell's extraordinary experiences and insightful wisdom.
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz reads an article she wrote for Kaiser's Permanente Journal. ("The Integral Model: Answering the Call for Whole Systems Health Care" part 3 of 3.)
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz reads an article she wrote for Kaiser's Permanente Journal. ("The Integral Model: Answering the Call for Whole Systems Health Care" part 2 of 3.)
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz reads an article she wrote for Kaiser's Permanente Journal. ("The Integral Model: Answering the Call for Whole Systems Health Care" part 1 of 3.)
IONS Founder Edgar Mitchell speaks of his mother's remarkable healing, at a pre-conference session of the 2007 IONS Conference, and then discusses his own healing.
Marilyn welcomes conference attendees, providing context and meaning for coming together. During her closing remarks, she summarizes the presentations and shares how this work can be carried into the world.
This author and professor of psychology talks about his research on the biological and evolutionary origins of human goodness, with a focus on compassion, love, and beauty.
This program features remarkable speakers from the IONS 2007 conference who deeply touched our hearts, including IONS Founder Edgar Mitchell, Van Jones, Hafsat Abiola, Lynne Twist, and Swami Chidanand Saraswati.
Responding to the surge of interest in noetic science research inspired by Dan Brown's book, "The Lost Symbol," IONS created a special 15-part audio teleseminar series exploring the noetic sciences mentioned in the book which includes written transcripts and discussion questions.
IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz and Research Psychologists Cassandra Vieten and Tina Amorok discuss their systematic investigation of the transformative process.
IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz and Senior Scientist Dean Radin engage in a spontaneous dialogue about IONS' scientific legacy and continuing inquiry into the frontiers of consciousness and the outer limits of "inner space."
IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz and Research Director Cassandra Vieten engage in a spontaneous dialogue on IONS' exploration of how we form and change our models of reality.
IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz interviews the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine founder, Lee Lipsenthal, MD. He outlines health care benefits that can result from physicians' being mindful and fully present with a patient.
IONS President Marilyn Mandala Schlitz offers historical context and future plans for this research focus on the nature of healing, which integrates ancient wisdom.
Sylvia's contribution to IONS' "Living Deeply Practices" collection is a short meditation on loving kindness from the Buddhist tradition.
Chadly is the imam (spiritual leader) of the Bay Area Sufi-oriented mosque Masjid-Al Iman, a Moroccan musician, and a teacher at the Graduate Theological Union and the California Institute of Integral Studies.
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz reads an article she wrote for Kaiser's Permanente Journal. Also includes a PDF of the article, as well as an IONS Journal Club call discussing it.
Marilyn Mandala Schlitz hosts Chopra as he offers insights on the inspiring life of the Buddha.
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