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.
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.
Senior Scientist Dean Radin hosts Schwartz, one of the world's experts on the practical applications of remote viewing and extraordinary human functioning.
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.
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 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."
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