081 – Dr. Cassandra Vieten of Institute of Noetic Sciences – A Conscious Shift

Cassandra Vieten

Parapsychological research…

Cassandra VietenCassandra Vieten, PhD, President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, a scientist at the Mind-Body Medicine Research Group at California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, and a licensed clinical psychologist, joins Julie Chan in the MouthMedia Network studios.

In this episode:

  • IONS, and its scientific research
  • Vieten’s father was a scientist, secular humanist
  • Her mother had more interest in the symbolic world, dreams, symbols, storytelling
  • How she developed a fascination with both inner and outer worlds
  • Her training as a psychologist
  • Turning the lens of science onto things she was learning in psychology program
  • How keeping things you like and getting rid of thing you don’t like causes a paradoxCassandra Vieten
  • Misunderstanding what is possible
  • Information may be contained in an additional layer of reality
  • What’s been found in research so far
  • Bringing together all the work happening in the field
  • What happens on someone’s own body due to intentions
  • When you pay attention to systems do they behave differently at a quantum level
  • Aspects of the mind extends beyond the body
  • Evidence of the possibility of precognition
  • Spoon bending
  • The need for more research, and funding
  • The resistance to this topic even in higher education, terming it pseudoscience
  • The power of our intention and how we direct thoughtsCassandra Vieten
  • Experiments and experiences solidifying data available that generates additional interest in optimization
  • A shift or change in perception, how work can support transformation of humanity in a way that makes it more difficultto be unkind to others and themselves
  • A larger calling for fulfillment, central to lives
  • How we can be kind and translate that into behavior changes
  • The importance of self compassion
  • Its not about becoming perfect — it’s about becoming real.
  • Why the scientific method is awesome
  • Citizen science
  • Getting involved or collaborating
  • Twitter as a data source
  • The need for funding and the economics of not solving the issue of human potential

012 – Amy Jung of Raw Haus – Both Found and Finder

Understanding your purpose and doing what you love…

Amy Jung, Design Strategist and Co-Founder of Raw Haus, (a creative driven community connecting emerging talent across the design, technology, and entrepreneurial space, providing a collaborative platform for sharing ideas, opportunities, and advice amongst members of the greater creative community in New York City – (bio)) joins Julie Chan for a follow up from a prior full intuitive reading and to discuss discovering and living one’s purpose, finding peace, and growing the intuition “muscle”. Recorded at the MouthMedia Network Studios.

A college class about love, the need to connect, and helping others to grow

Jung reviews her purpose as to be found and be a finder. How a college class about doing what you love and a moment of painful discovery led to an understanding of how she likes connecting with people. Focusing on intuition, and maximizing impact by helping multiple people to grow.

 

 

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