‎Brenda J. Dunne:  Quirks of the Quantum Mind – March 10, 2018. Co-author and retired researcher and manager of the PEAR Lab, Brenda will discuss the metaphorical implications of quantum mechanics, suggesting that, like any model of reality, it doesn’t describe physical reality, but rather our subjective experiences of that reality. …. Learn more.

Natalia Perlaza: Sound Based Meditation – December 2, 2017.  Musician Natalia Perlaza has created a sound based meditation that complements our common experience of life and provides a path to attaining wholeness while living “in the world.” ….  Learn more

Dr. William F. Bengston: Can Healing be Reverse Engineered and Made Practical and Scalable? September 23, 2017.  Social Scientist and Healer, Dr. Bengston will describe the most recent results from 35 year of research on anomalous healing and the questions those results pose. … Learn more

Dr. Jay Kappraff: The Mathematics of Design and the Golden Mean April 9, 2016.  Author and lecturer Dr. Jay Kappraff will speak on the connection between the Parthenon and Ancient Vedic India, plants and planets, and the Golden Mean in design. … Learn more

Ben Kessler:  Author, Activist, and Permaculturalist  –  February 27, 2016.  Ben Kessler is a naturalist, artist, gardener, teacher, activist, and permaculturalist from Afton, VA.  His new collection of essays, Rivers of Wind: Reflections on Nature and Language, is published through the ICRL Press.  The book covers wide ground, from Native American history to neuroscience, extinction ecology to etymology. … Learn more

 Leslie Nolan, Visionary Artist, Designer, Teacher on Intentional Creativity – January 16, 2016. Leslie Nolan, is founder of The Venus Transits: Exploring Your Inner World through Intentional Creativity, and will speak on how consciousness is made manifest through… Learn more

Dr. Neal Grossman, author of “The Spirit of Spinoza: Healing the Mind”  – November 21, 2015. Toward a Post-Materialist Social Order (Back to Plato)Empirical research over the past 100 years has established beyond a reasonable doubt that consciousness is not… Learn more

Professor and Dean Emeritus Robert G. Jahn on the Science of the Subjective  -October 24, 2015.  Bob Jahn, Chairman of the Board of ICRL, and founder and director of the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) laboratory, spoke on the Science of the… Learn more

Evan Pritchard: The Cultivation of Consciousness in Native American Culture  – June 27, 2015.  Professor Evan Pritchard is a descendant of the Micmac people (part of the Algonquin nations) and the founder and director of The Center for Algonquin Culture, a group… Learn more

Just in Time for Spring Training! Rick Leskowitz and The Joy of Sox – March 14, 2015. What happens when a Harvard psychiatrist combines his research in invisible healing energies with his love of the Boston Red Sox? You get The Joy of Sox: Weird Science… Learn more

Nilton Maltz, Carl Jung scholar – January 31, 2015. Nilton Maltz is an Analyst in Training at the Jungian Psychoanalytic Association in New York City. He attended the School of Visual Arts in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and… Learn more

Jennifer Morgan, author, lecturer, retreat leader and master storyteller. December 6, 2014.  Our next Meetup will feature Jennifer Morgan, award-winning author, educator, lecturer, master storyteller and retreat leader inspired by the work of Maria Montessori,… Learn more

Gabe Sereni, International Academy of Consciousness (IAC) – November 8, 2014.  Our next Meetup will feature Gabe Sereni, a teacher and researcher at the International Academy of Consciousness, a global non-profit research and educational… Learn more

Michael Urheber, author of Bava’s Gift: Awakening to the Impossible – September 20, 2014. Our next meetup will feature author Michael Urheber, whose life changed dramatically when he observed what we would call an “anomalous” event. It first appeared as an… Learn more