14 Results: mantra
Ecstatic vocalist Suzanne Sterling explores the transformational power and esoteric dimensions of sound, voice, and consciousness in this dialogue with host Stephen Dinan. The voice, Suzanne believes, is a microcosm for the psyche, and connects us with deeper, vibratory levels of our being, which makes it a perfect vehicle to expand our freedom.
- Audio Teleseminars
Dr. Mitchell Krucoff and host Marilyn Schlitz engage a thought-provoking discussion of noetic health care. After Dr. Krucoff's visit to a hospital in India, he was inspired to research the intangible. Why were the pediatric cardiology patients in India smiling? When children with severe heart problems didn't cry, he and his team wanted to know why.
- Audio Teleseminars
Richard A. Krieger, MD, is an interventional cardiologist whose experience and perspective combines a deep interest in healing and wellbeing from a consciousness and subtle energy perspective.
- Tulane University College of Arts and Science; BS
- University of Miami, Miami, Florida; MD
- Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Miami; Internal Medicine Residency
- Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Miami, Cardiovascular Disease and Interventional Cardiology; Fellowship
- Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, and Interventional Cardiology, Fellow American College of Cardiology
- Clinical Practice in Interventional Cardiology in Miami, Florida 1984 to 1987, and in Palm Beach County from 1987 to 2006
- Performed over 20,000 patient procedures including diagnostic and interventional procedures, angioplasty and stent implantation
- Participated in numerous clinical trials throughout career investigating cutting edge pharmaceutical and technological interventions in clinical cardiology
- Clinical site investigator, Mantra II Study
- Created an outpatient program for addressing "Psychosocial Risk Factors" in cardiovascular disease, as well as developed an actionable Clinical Trial Protocol on the same subject
What is meant by “human sustainability”? It calls to mind how grandmother would make pea soup and we would all be full for some time after eating it. But human ...
Conscious Living Workshop
Healing Our Soul with the Sound of our Voice
- Jill Purce
Liberate your voice, your heart, and your mind in an uplifting exploration of breathing, chanting, mantra and sonic meditations, and sacred chants. Discover and understand the power your voice has to free you. More...
- Conscious Living Workshops
- Sep 6, 2013 – Sep 8, 2013
Dr. Mitchell W. Krucoff is a native of Washington D.C. He graduated Yale University in 1976 Magna Cum Laude with a degree in religious studies and philosophy. He earned his M.D. from George Washington University in 1980, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. His first clinical research experience was with Professor Attilio Maseri at the Hammersmith Hospital in London in 1983, following which he trained in cardiology at Georgetown University where he was Chief Fellow in Cardiology and remained on staff as an interventional cardiologist, Co-Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory and Medical Director of the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit.
Jitendra A. Kavathekar is Institutional Advancement Committee Chair of the IONS Board of Directors.
He holds a 20+ year career bringing innovative ideas into the "light of day." He started his career with Hewlett-Packard Co, developing software for LaserJet Printers targeted for the Asia market. Not only did he develop patented technologies but also learned two years of Japanese and traveled extensively across Asia setting up HP's operations there. Jitendra became one of HP's youngest R&D Managers at the age of 27 and eventually elevated to become a director two years later.
Those defining early moments in his career set the foundation for extensive work in technology in Silicon Valley. After HP, Jitendra went on to work for Pixo, a startup, that delivered the first software elements in the iPod at its inception. He went on to lead Palm's core technology teams to drive a new generation of PDAs. His career took him to other famous companies in the valley such as Motorola, where he and his team were nominated for a Technical Emmy Award for their innovations, and Yahoo, where he was a Vice President and General Manager.
Jitendra is currently the head of R&D for Accenture's Healthcare practice, a multi-billion dollar business where Jitendra's team focus on technologies that enable patients to live healthy lives. Guided by mentors, guides, and spirit, Jitendra has been in a fortunate position to lead teams to build innovative products that touch people's lives. As one of his closest mentors once told him "allow the dots to connect and enjoy the ride," a mantra he strives to follow every day. He continues to be excited and humbled to have the opportunity to work with truly remarkable people.
He holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from UW-Milwaukee and was awarded an honorary Doctorate degree in Philosophy from ITU, an honor he shares with Edward Teller, Steven Chu, and William Perry among other dignitaries. Jitendra lives in the foothills of Silicon Valley with his wife and daughter. His grand-uncle was Karmaveer ("King of Actions") Bhaurao Patil – a celebrated reformer in India who worked with Ghandi and is well-known for his legacy that created over 500 schools, 100 secondary schools, and three colleges for the downtrodden in rural India through his "earn and learn" campaign. Indian government awarded him the Padma Bhushan award and a stamp commemorating his lifetime achievement.
In the seminar "The Curious Illusion of Consciousness", in which Marilyn Schlitz interviewed Susan Blackmore, Susan discussed her experience of "one with the universe". In doing so, she gave me ...
Sound is the breath of life, the heart of this ever-evolving symphony – musical vibrations pulsing through us like blood. Together, Vedic and Orisha traditions lay a firm foundation for understanding the soteriology of sound. At the root of each of these practices are the ideas that direct and immediate transformation can occur through sound and that it is all held within community.
Storytelling is timeless, and filmmaking, though a late-comer to the stage, has become a powerful tool for those with good stories to tell. Great films have been around since filmmaking began, of course, and everyone has their own list...
- Media and Consciousness
Are we deluding ourselves into thinking that technology is the answer to the most persistent challenges of existence, or are we blessed by a tool that may only be at the cusp of its potential to help spark a global social and spiritual renaissance?
- Media and Consciousness
- Technology and Consciousness
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