Practitioners of the noetic arts often refer to meditation as a uniquely powerful practice to connect with energy and information beyond space and time. In fact, IONS Chief Scientist Dean Radin has suggested that meditation can help people explore their extended human capacities, such as precognition and clairvoyance. And, while many people believe that meditation is about sitting on a pillow and clearing one’s mind of thoughts and/or stress, it is actually comprised of a broad field of approaches — ranging from tapping into awareness to witness one’s internal experiences and thoughts to vigorous movement which can bring the mind and body to stillness.
Meditation: More than a One-Size-Fits-All Practice
Friday, May 7, 2021
11:00 am – 12:15pm (Pacific)
Please register even if you can’t attend live and you’ll receive an email with a link to the recording.
Meditation is not a “one size fits all” practice, and not every type of meditation is right for each person. In this ConnectIONS Live webinar, Nina Fry-Kizler, Senior Designer of Experiential Programs at IONS, will explore several different types of meditation to help you learn what might be the best fit for you to create a connection to noetic energy and information. This webinar will include experiential practices and time for discussion.
Nina Fry-Kizler, MA, is Senior Designer of Experiential Programs at IONS. She has worked for years with the Science team at IONS and continues to be a liaison between the Experience and Science departments, infusing cutting-edge research into our experiential programs. As a former professor at John F. Kennedy University in the Holistic Health Education Masters Program for a decade, Nina taught classes on the psychology and physiology of stress, the challenges of change/transformation, energy models of healing, and mind-body medicine. She was trained in the Mind-Body Medicine Professional Training program at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine and as a Birth Doula through Doulas of North America.