A remarkable series of scientifically credible studies has shown a link between group meditation and lowered incidents of violence and crime. And why not? argues Hagelin: If meditation is good for the individual, it should also be good for the collective.
Suzanne Sterling is an ecstatic vocalist and composer who has received critical acclaim both as a performer and as a recording artist. She also recently completed the music for the bestselling yoga DVDVinyasa Flow Yoga with Seane Corn produced by Gaiam Inc.
Living Deeply Practices are short experiential audios guided by wonderful leaders from a range of wisdom traditions.
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.
In this teleseminar, host Marilyn Schlitz talks with Nina Wise, who is known for her provocative and original performance works. They discuss the value of improvisation in transformational work. Nina shares stories of Vietnam Vets who have participated in her workshops and had breakthroughs they weren't able to achieve during therapy.
Nina's pieces have garnered seven Bay Area Critics' Circle Awards, and she has received, among other prestigious honors, three National Endowment for the Arts fellowships. Her written pieces have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies.
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.
Sharif Abdullah says: We are in deep trouble. We live in a world that works for only a few. It doesn’t work for those it purports to serve. This world was created by a shift in consciousness, a shift to exclusivity. Through the practice of exclusivity, "I am separate", we have created a soul-starved society. Exclusivity has created societal and personal problems that are fundamental, nightmarish, complex and interlocking: The Mess. The Mess leads to an inner emptiness, a hunger for the Sacred.
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.