Posted by: Michelle K Wood | July 23, 2017

July 30 IONS Meeting

Dementia is the latest scourge in our country. By age 85, 51% of us are expected to develop some form of dementia!

The good news is we know more now about some of the contributing factors and causes and how we can be pro active in our approach to becoming part of the 49% that avoid it.

Join Dementia Prevention Specialist Victoria Savage RN (Nurse Savage on Your Side) for an information-packed talk entitled, “IS IT POSSIBLE TO AVOID DEMENTIA?”

This comprehensive talk covers not only the nutritional, physical, and supplemental possibilities, but the psychological-mental aspects as well.

Victoria Savage (Nurse Savage on Your Side) is an RN of 26 years whose motto is, and practice focus’s on, “Prevent the Preventable.” As a child of a dementia sufferer, this subject matter is a very personal one for her.

Join us in learning how to take charge of our brain health (which by the way is good for the body as well,) and move forward with greater knowledge and empowerment.

 

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | June 15, 2017

June 25 IONS meeting

Boise IONS meets the last Sunday of each month except May and December from 2 to 4 PM at the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 6200 N Garrett Street in Garden City.

 

At the June 25 IONS meeting, Jeannette Weston will discuss: What do eating cookies at the airport and passing the time for a few minutes with an office receptionist tell us about our impact on the people around us in everyday situations? What if we all lived mindfully? What does showing kindness get us, as a society, as a country, as a community, as an individual? Do the ends justify the means? The ends reveal our ambitions. The means reveal our values. Both matter. Our actions and attitudes matter. Our intentions matter. We are all significant. We send invitations to others just by being who, what, and how we are. Actually, just “being” is a lot of what this life is about.

 

Jeannette Weston worked at Hewlett Packard for 14 years, first as a software engineer, then as a manager. Then she managed a team of developers creating training materials, used to train call center workers, until she retired in 2008. Since then, Jeannette has been dabbling with a bit of editing for an author. Over her lifetime, she has done a little self-improvement and some contemplation. Sometimes she shares a tidbit or two she has run across in that process.

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | May 20, 2017

Psychic Abilities and the Illusion of Separation ~ Dean Radin PhD

Boise IONS does not meet the last Sunday of May (or December), so we invite you to enjoy this video selected from the Institute Of Noetic Sciences YouTube channel.

Dean Radin PhD talks about the evidence of extended capacities of human consciousness (psychic abilities) with students and faculty at the California Institute for Integral Studies (CIIS).

Length 50 minutes

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | April 5, 2017

April 30 IONS Meeting

Boise IONS meets the last Sunday of each month except August and December from 2 to 4 PM at the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 6200 N Garrett Street in Garden City.

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IONS speaker on April 30 will be Sally Boynton Brown. She strongly believes that democracy only works when individuals participate to the fullest extent possible. Voting is just the beginning step to ensuring our Government is of, by and for the people. She will be discussing the societal transition we are undergoing from an old power system to a new power system. New power is based on collaboration, inclusion and transparency.

 

Sally Boynton Brown is an Idaho native. She received her B.A. in Communications from Boise State University in 2005 and began her career in politics shortly after.

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | March 16, 2017

March 26 IONS meeting

Boise IONS meets the last Sunday of each month except August and December from 2 to 4 PM at the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 6200 N Garrett Street in Garden City.

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Speaking on March 26 is Karen Jean Lowe whose company is name is Simpatico. She teaches Emotional Intelligence. (E.Q.)

We have come to understand that each of us possess the most fascinating territory left mostly unexplored, the human mind. We are all highly emotional beings and yet know very little on how our emotions dictate the quality of our lives. Emotional Intelligence is a skill that allows us to build positive personal and career relationships. It’s a competency that sets you apart from the ordinary and enhances your ability to reach your goals and help others.

We have been facilitating, consulting and teaching Emotional Intelligence from Orlando, Florida to San Diego, California. We deliver public presentations and have taught in prisons, businesses, public schools, civic organizations, and also provide on-line consulting.

www.simpaticokjl.com

 

 

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | February 22, 2017

February 26 IONS meeting

Boise IONS meets the last Sunday of each month except August and December from 2 to 4 PM at the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 6200 N Garrett Street in Garden City.

Boise IONS guest presenter on February 26 will be James Roy of Boise. An author, alternative researcher, and teacher of manufacturing robotics, Roy will present for discussion his hypotheses and evidence supporting the popular Quantum Hologram Theory of Physics and Consciousness as proposed by the late Dr. Edgar Mitchell. Roy has written two connected books that cover this and other provocative topics in his published panoply of cosmology, quantum mechanics, consciousness, paranormal phenomena, and the ongoing debates and evidence of extraterrestrial contact and technologies.

James is a native of the Merrimack River Valley border region of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. He comes from a busy and talented family that includes generations of doctors, engineers, scientists, professors, CEOs, and the first female Republican governor in US history. He’s also a former member of the Rhine Research Institute in Durham, NC, and MUFON of New Hampshire.

James Roy’s website: Cosmic Law Universe

Boise IONS meets the last Sunday of each month except August and December from 2 to 4 PM at the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 6200 N Garrett Street in Garden City.

At the November 27th Boise IONS meeting, Sally Suter and Amelia Loomis will explore Making a Difference for the Planet through the Power of Group Consciousness. Join us for a lively discussion as we look at approaches and organizations that synchronize global meditation and prayer, promoting relevant subtle energy solutions to support planet stability, balance, harmony and peace. Topics will include principles of creating a single thought form and heart and soul compassionate intention, the basics for supporting all life on Earth.

Sally Suter, MN, RN has a rich background in various meditations and healing modalities including synchronized breathing. Amelia Loomis, MSW, CCHt is President of Earth Water Alliance SM, the Idaho Society of Dowsers, and practices clinical hypnotherapy and enhancing subtle energy through dowsing and intuition.

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | November 15, 2016

New Experiments Show Consciousness Affects Matter: Dean Radin Ph.D

Dean Radin speaks at the Science of Consciousness Conference in Tucson 2016.

Dean Radin Ph.D is chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS).

Posted by: Michelle K Wood | October 24, 2016

October 3o IONS meeting

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TRAJECTORY

The experience of retreat in the life of the mind

Boise IONS guest presenter on October 30 will be Michael Jones. A practitioner in the Buddhist tradition for many years, he participated in an eight month meditation retreat in 2014-15. He will share experiences, insights and conversation on some ways retreat can help guide the trajectory of one’s spiritual path. Topics will include: intention/motivation, timing, supportive circumstances, teacher, work ethic, expectations, going forward, daily practice.

Michael grew up in Caldwell, Idaho. After majoring in philosophy at college he married, then spent almost 5 years in Peace Corps and Quaker Service in Southeast Asia, including wartime Vietnam. Back in Idaho his career included family life, peace justice and environmental activism, calligraphy, graphic design and publishing, and vegetable farming.

Meeting takes place 2 to 4 PM at the Boise Universalist Union Fellowship, 6200 N Garrett Street, Boise. Meetings are free and your donations help pay Boise IONS expenses.

 

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