Maybe you have had the mysterious synchronicity of thinking of someone – only to have them call you the moment after. Sometimes referred to as telephone telepathy, previous scientific studies show that this phenomenon is likely not just chance. At IONS, we’re taking the research one step further by investigating whether genetics can play a role in telephone telepathy. Do family members share an inexplicable bond, allowing for communication outside of ordinary time and space? Do the degree of relatedness and emotional closeness affect telepathy?
Friday, February 4, 2022
11:00 am – 12:15pm (PST)
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In this free webinar, we’ll share this exciting experiment – and extend an invitation for you to participate! We’re looking for groups of three family members who are curious about contributing to cutting-edge science in the field of the genetic components of consciousness. Join us on Friday, February 4th to find out more!
Helané Wahbeh, ND, MCR, is the Director of Research at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Neurology at Oregon Health & Science University. Dr. Wahbeh is clinically trained as a naturopathic physician and research trained with a Master of Clinical Research and two post-doctoral research fellowships. She has published on and spoken internationally about her studies on complementary and alternative medicine, mind-body medicine, extended human capacities, stress, posttraumatic stress disorder and their relationships to physiology, health, and healing. Dr. Wahbeh is especially known for her research around — and noetic approach to — channeling.
Arnaud Delorme, PhD, is a CNRS principal investigator in Toulouse, France, a faculty member at the University of California, San Diego, and a Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences. He is a long-time Zen meditator, and has taught in India on the neural correlates of conscious experience in a Master’s degree program for the Birla Institute of Technology. He is the author of some 160+ peer-reviewed publications, and is best known for developing the EEG software that is now the most-used in EEG research worldwide.
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