IONS Blog

15 January 2018
Cassandra Vieten
With the recent societal regressions toward political polarization, isolationism and nationalism, threats to civil and human rights, reductions in environmental protections and broadening of economic inequality, it can be difficult not to despair. Those of us who are activated to make a difference, including myself, can find it difficult to avoid ranting, raging, and insulting their opponents. Even the most positive people I know can shake their heads, look at the ground, and shrug their shoulders when assessing our current situation.
10 January 2018
Claire Lachance
A distinguished-looking woman in beautiful African attire approached me with an odd mix of confidence and trepidation. I had just exited the large auditorium after delivering my talk entitled Noetic Leadership: Liberating the Power of Mind at the Leadership Energy Summit Asia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
8 January 2018
Katia Petersen

In my professional life I have worked with elders and trained many caregivers in different facilities, and yet when my father fell right before Thanksgiving and fractured his hip and arm, not only my worldview shifted about the true meaning of caregiving as his daughter, but also my awareness of what caregivers attempt to do daily for their residents. Below are a few of the things I learned during this experience that enriched my life in unexpected ways.

1) The Story Behind the Individual

21 December 2017
Cassandra Vieten

Happy holidays! As the President of IONS, and a donor myself, I hope you'll consider joining me in including the Institute of Noetic Sciences in your year-end giving. If you haven’t already, please make a contribution to IONS before the end of the year.

18 December 2017
Communications Team

We were deeply saddened to hear of the recent passing of our long-time supporter and former board member, Bokara Legendre of Mill Valley, CA. She will be remembered for her exuberant personality, curiosity, love of adventure, courage and, most of all, her generosity to friends and the causes she believed in, including IONS.

14 December 2017
Dean Radin

I’m Dean Radin, Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. I have been engaged in scientific research at the frontiers of consciousness for nearly 40 years. I was in graduate school when IONS was founded in 1973, and I thought that its mission, described then as exploring the outer limits of inner space, was just as exciting — maybe even more so — than exploring the limits of outer space.

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