IONS Blog

4 February 2018
Cassandra Vieten

When he returned from space forty-five years ago, Apollo 14 Astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell committed his life to supporting a sustainable future. He worked tirelessly to understand and promote what he viewed as an absolutely necessary collective shift in consciousness.

3 February 2018
Communications Team

For years IONS has been translating our research findings on the frontiers of consciousness and interconnection into science-infused experiential education programs to help people enhance their lives. We are excited to offer you programming for all age groups, both in-person and online, as well as special events you can participate in. Many of these programs are completely free!

18 January 2018
Communications Team

Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent campaign! If you missed it, check out the video series we did on imagining a future where noetic practices and principles are infused into our daily lives. We also asked you, our community of consciousness explorers, changemakers, and visionaries, to tell us about the future you are creating and we received hundreds of responses!

17 January 2018
Andrea Livingston
Join us for a timely, practical, and sure-to-be-inspiring free webinar with IONS President Cassandra Vieten on her new research project, Consciousness, Communication, and Change (C3).
 
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Consciousness, Communication, and Change
16 January 2018
Andrea Livingston

We are delighted to announce the IONS Noetic Global Gatherings — a series of free online webinars and discussion groups for IONS members, community, and friends! These live online gatherings will take place every-other month and feature presentations about cutting-edge noetic research and transformative education from our scientists, educators, and partners.

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.

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