When you think of meditation, do you picture a passive spiritual practice that takes decades to show benefit? Think again. Today, leading Western doctors are prescribing meditation for everything from chronic pain to cancer prevention.
When he was eighteen years old, Erich Jarvis stood at a crossroads: should he be a professional dancer or a scientist? Not only is his personal story compelling but his dedication, perseverance, and enthusiasm for his field of science is inspiring.
Join Dr. Erich Jarvis as he shares with host Belvie Rooks some of the similarities between brain activity of birds learning to make their calls and humans learning to talk.
Dean Radin hosts this discussion with Diane Powell on why some people are more psychic than others. Although research suggests that all of us are capable of telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition, and other psychic experiences, the occurrence among us varies tremendously. Dr. Powell discusses her investigation of this question and the consistent patterns of brain activity associated with psi.
Inauguration Augury - the word "inauguration" is derived from the augur, the diviner, to whom nature would speak, revealing through pattern the best human steward for all of creation - and they would be "inaugurated." Well, let's bring that back!
We are always voting for reality, and now we are electing a guiding story, the emergent irresistibly eloquent invitation to emerge from the rubble of Empire and collaborate with everything, with Trickster as guide.
Have you ever wondered whether mediums - who purport to be communicating with spirits on the other side - hold up under the scrutiny of science? This teleseminar takes you to the edge of spooky science with Dr. Gary Schwartz, one of the world's leading scientific researchers of these supernatural claims. Do we survive bodily death? If so, what might the spirit realm be like?
Join Gary Schwartz and IONS Senior Scientist Dean Radin in a teleseminar discussion that answers the questions that you have always wanted to ask of a serious research scientist.
Why, despite a wealth of evidence to the contrary, is the prevailing scientific paradigm is essentially materialist, reducing all phenomena to physical substrates and excluding consciousness? IONS Senior Scientist Dean Radin talks with social psychologist and consciousness researcher Jonathan Schooler, recently profiled in the New Yorker magazine, about why psi research has yet to convince the scientific and academic community that consciousness is a fundamental element that must be included, rather than excluded, from scientific inquiry. Drs.