Just as the surfer becomes one with the wave, so does the human heart become one with the Eternal through the Sufi practice of remembrance (Dhikr-Allah, or chanting). We will practice Dhikr-Allah sitting, standing, and dancing in circles with live music.
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.
Noetic Sciences are not exclusively new but instead contain the esoteric core of all the world's religions, East and West, ancient and modern. During previous times of repression, the wisdom was hidden underground by various wisdom keepers. Mitch Horowitz describes how religious freedom in America provided safe harbor for such wisdom.
Two top leaders from the Unity movement join with IONS former President James O'Dea and Senior Scientist Dean Radin, offering insights on how the union of science and spirituality can facilitate a transformed world.
Marilyn Schlitz and her guest Deepak Chopra discuss his new book, Buddha:A Story of Enlightenment. He tells of his inspiration to write the book when he went to India to bury his father.