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5 February 2016
By Cassandra Vieten

In Memoriam: Edgar Mitchell, ScD, PhD
Captain, US Navy (retired)

2 February 2016
By Dean Radin

In this episode of the Human Experience Podcast, IONS’ chief scientist Dean Radin talks about the field of psi research. While early work focused on demonstrating if the effects of psychic phenomena are real, he now feels the evidence for the existence of extraordinary human capacities is solid and is currently investigating how psi works.

28 January 2016
By Communications Team

By James Baraz, co-founding teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center and co-author of Awakening Joy

In our competitive culture, we usually think "more is better”. Being Number One, winning at all costs, and "having the most" is deeply ingrained in our psyche as real success. This model of going for the max is often erroneously applied to our own understanding of happiness. People mistakenly think intense delight is a sign that their attempt at true well-being is really successful.

26 January 2016
By Arnaud Delorme

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Can Meditation Gadgets Help You Reduce Your Stress—and Find Happiness? , mentions two opposing views on how meditation gadgets may foster happiness: on one hand, professors like Richard Davidson, founder of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, feel that technology cannot possibly be used as an aid to meditation.

25 January 2016
By Communications Team

By Dani Caputi for IONS NextGen Initiative

According to the US Drought Monitor, as of November 5, 2015, 71 percent of the state of California is in an extreme drought, including the entire central valley. This is causing a massive amount of destruction to ecosystems and crops. With the aim of heightening our collective intentions to bring relief to this situation, an online experiment has been set up that allows you to invite moisture to California.

21 January 2016
By Communications Team

Our EarthRise Transformative Learning Center is not only a learning ground for over 120 groups a year who come for experiential education and transformational workshops, it is also home to three campus partners. While these are independent organizations, they too are guided by a desire to to bring about a more interconnected world.

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