3 March 2016
Adrian David Nelson

These days a lot of people talk about a ‘new paradigm.’ In the modern world there are paradigm shifts taking place everywhere, from ecology, economics and health, to physics and cosmology. For many, however, when we’re talking about the new paradigm, we’re talking about something bigger: an approaching shift in thinking that, when realized, will constitute a deep collective change in the way we see our place in the universe.

29 February 2016
Mollie Robertson

Aging can be a discouraging process in our youth-obsessed culture. In popular media, those in the later stages of life are often presented as diminished, having little to offer, and disengaged from meaningful activities.

25 February 2016
Barry Robbins

Sports, fitness and exercise programs in the United States continue to evolve as athletes of all types, both professional and recreational, seek to achieve higher levels of performance.  In doing so, athletes, coaches, trainers, and sports psychiatrists are embracing some of the concepts of the Integral Movement in the West, in order to attain elevated states of athletic functioning and heightened awareness.

18 February 2016
Communications Team

The vision for creating the Institute of Noetic Sciences came in 1971 when IONS’ founder Dr. Edgar Mitchell landed on the moon as one of the Apollo 14 astronauts. Space exploration symbolized for Dr. Mitchell what it did for his nation as a whole—technological triumph of historical proportions, unprecedented mastery of the world in which we live, and extraordinary potentials for new discoveries.

17 February 2016
Julia Mossbridge

An Innovation Lab Collaboration with Consciousness Hacking

In December, the call went out across Silicon Valley. "Anyone with tech skills who is interested in consciousness exploration, fill out this application for the Innovation Lab's experimental collaboration with Consciousness Hacking -- a 'Hackation' (hackathon + vacation) -- in which we will build a smartphone application to assess psi (or 'psychic') skills worldwide."

17 February 2016
Gareth Gwyn

Reflections on an experiment in dissolving the work/joy dichotomy through hacking an app while meditating on vacation.

It’s productive and effective to bring distinct people together with a shared purpose to make fascinating creations. Combine that with merging the office space with a retreat center and conduct a vacation at the same time, now that is simply just brilliant.



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