IONS October Meeting Theme: The Healing Potential of Neuroplasticity, Part 2

Saturday, October 7, 2017, 10 AM – 12 PM.

Everyone welcome – Part 1 not required! One of the most extraordinary discoveries of the 20th century was that our brain has the ability to change its anatomy in response to our thinking, learning and behavior.  This ability of the brain to remold itself is called neuroplasticity and is being applied to an increasing range of conditions which previously had been considered unalterable.  Reversing paralysis, changing negative thought patterns, eliminating phantom limb pain, increasing memory and sharpening perception are just a few of the “miracles” being experienced as scientists and psychologists explore the possibilities of this exciting field.

Join us as we discuss this fascinating topic.

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What is IONS? The Institute of Noetic Sciences™ founded in 1973 by Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research, education, and membership organization whose mission is supporting individual and collective transformation through consciousness research, educational outreach, and engaging a global learning community in the realization of our human potential. “Noetic” comes from the Greek word nous, which means “intuitive mind” or “inner knowing.” IONS™ conducts, sponsors, and collaborates on leading-edge research into the potentials and powers of consciousness, exploring phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models while maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.

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