20 Results: rhythm
IONS 40th Anniversary Conversations
Join IONS CEO/President, Steve Villano, with Jason K. Norris, IONS staff member and founder of Lucid Drum, for an exciting dialogue focused on the transformative and healing qualities of sound and rhythm. Jason shares his research on "sonic mysticism" and "rhythm psychology" across cultures and from ancient times to the present.
- Audio Teleseminars
Deepak Chopra explores the mystery of your body in its growth from a single cell to a symphony of activities guided by an inner intelligence that mirrors the wisdom of the universe.
- Video Shorts
Deepak argues that consciousness is the phenomenon, and all else is the epiphenomenon. Just as our DNA differentiates skin, bone, and organs, our consciousness differentiates perceptions, cognition, moods, behavior, biology, social interaction, personal relations, the environment, and forces of nature.
- Audio Lectures
CREATING THE STORY OF TOMORROW
by Charles Johnston
CREATIVITY BEGINS IN THE WOMB
by Richard Heinberg
NURTURING THE POSSIBLE
by Wendy Anne McCarty
BECOMING CONSCIOUSLY VIBRALINGUAL
by Rachel Bagby
PARADOX, BREAKTHROUGH, AND THE ZEN KOAN
by John Tarrant
DREAMING MIND AND CREATIVE MIND
by Fariba Bogzaran
THE SPACIOUS CENTER
by Aftab Omer
JOHN MACK – A TRIBUTE
by Michael H. Cohen
CLASSICS IN CREATIVITY
by Willis Harman, Howard Rheingold, and Rollo May
Frontiers of Research
Creative or Defective?
by Dean Radin
- March - May 2005
In this interview, professor, dancer, and midwife Arisika Razak shares her unique angle on the essential shifts our world now requires. She explores how we can each activate our "lineage of the heart," thereby linking us into the larger vision of what we are creating.
- Audio Interviews
In this interview, Dr. Marilyn Schlitz explores an expanded vision of health for ourselves and our society. In this time of rapid acceleration, it is easy to fixate on answers rather than questions, and speed rather than quality. Real transformation, as borne out by IONS research and new scientific studies, is a process that often requires slowing down, appreciating relationships in a new way, and quite literally smelling the roses.
- Audio Interviews
Norris is a life-long musician, rhythmologist, and researcher of consciousness. Founder of LucidDrum.com, he promotes hand drumming as an embodied, transformative practice. Norris is also a doctoral student in East-West Psychology at CIIS, researching "sonic mysticism" and "rhythm psychology."
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.
Starhawk is one of the most respected voices in modern earth-based spirituality. She is also well-known as a global justice activist and organizer, whose work and writings have inspired many to action. She is the author or coauthor of ten books, including The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess, long considered the essential text for the Neo-Pagan movement, and the now-classic ecotopian novel The Fifth Sacred Thing. Starhawk's newest book is The Earth Path: Grounding Your Spirit in the Rhythms of Nature.
The value of chaos and disorder in human life and the paradoxical unity of opposites have been repeatedly affirmed by an impressive array of individuals from various walks of life – scientists, mathematicians, physicians, nurses, psychologists, philosophers, poets, writers, musicians, artists, theologians, saints, and sinners. They tell us that chaos and disorder are as essential as harmony and coherence in a fulfilled life, and in emerging science as well.
Educators and psychologists, artists and activists, elders and leaders have all asserted that at the core of our global societal and environmental crises is a need to change our fundamental personal values and what we uphold as meaningful in our lives. Personal transformation is critical to mitigating our global crises.
This precarious moment in time, when apparent destruction seems so ominously close, is actually a gift: an opportunity to remember and embrace our highest potential.
The human capacity for lifelong well-being was well known to wise women and men throughout time and across diverse cultures. The ancient Greeks called it eudaimonia—human flourishing, the flourishing of our deepest nature.
Major corporations are finally giving in: whatever meditation’s woo-woo persona, it’s finding more and more converts and slowly revolutionizing the workplace.
There has been an unprecedented explosion of interest in the pursuit of happiness. Is this a useful quest in a time of global instability? The science of it may surprise you.
Everything is alive, argues this philosopher-author, and the sooner we realize this, the sooner we’ll overcome our alienation from nature and transform the behaviors that are destroying our world.
20 Results: rhythm