by Anne Baring
We are the only species on this planet that can speak, write, reflect, discover, create, and communicate with one another in words and gestures and that can give expression to our imagination and our skills in beautiful artefacts, exquisite musical forms, and brilliant technological inventions such as the Hubble telescope. How have we come to believe that this entire creative panorama has no meaning?
by Maureen Seaberg
Among the beneficiaries of the various shifts in human consciousness now underway are a little-known group of outliers known as synesthetes. A synesthete may hear a symphony but also see amorphous, multi-colored shapes go by. She may say the word “table” and taste cake, just like Academy Award-winner Tilda Swinton.
by Monica Sharma, MD
In this excerpt from the Institute of Noetic Sciences’ recent teleseminar series, “Shifting Paradigms,” Monica Sharma, former physician and United Nations program director and now international leadership development consultant, explains that the most reliable method for changing outdated institutions is to go to the source – each person's latent capacity for leadership and meaningful action.
by Arnold Mindell, PhD
The processmind is both inside of you and connected to everything you notice. It is an active, intelligent “space” between the observer and observed. It is both you and me and the “us” we share. Studying and experiencing this processmind will connect the now separate disciplines of psychology, sociology, physics, and mysticism and provide new useful ways to relate to one another and the environment.