Interview with Helané Wahbeh, ND, MCR
Dr Lorne Brown interviews Dr. Helané Wahbeh, 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 has published on and spoken internationally about her studies on complementary and alternative medicine, mind-body medicine, stress, and posttraumatic stress disorder and their relationships to physiology, health, and healing.
Start – Dr. Lorne Brown introduction
0:24mins – Dr. Helané Wahbeh background
2:02mins – Addressing IONS and noetic sciences
5:18mins – Discussing IONS discovery lab
8:26mins – Discussing what will inspire people to want to learn about interconnectedness
11:35mins – Hypothesis on everyone having the capacity to receive and express information and energy from beyond time and space
13:58mins – “Lets not think of ourselves as separate”
15:00mins – Discussing research studies around intention
16:21mins – Discussing research studies on physiology
19:07mins – Addressing the exceptional healing pilot study
23:01mins – Addressing meditation/parasympathetic
23:23mins – Addressing believers vs. skeptics vs. people in the middle
27:52mins – Study on how common these extended human capacities are
29:34mins – Addressing if it is genetics or if you can you learn it
31:53mins – Study on characterizing different variations of people’s noetic signature
33:56mins – Discussing Dr. Lorne Brown and a form of psychokinesis
39:23mins – Discussing training in various extended human capacities
41:30mins – Discussing recommendations for developing your consciousness
43:57mins – Discussing book recommendations
45:37mins – Touching on Dr. Lorne Brown’s experiences
46:30mins – Helané Wahbeh’s resources
48:55mins – Discussing the importance of this research and being open-minded
50:58mins – noetic.org
51:14mins – Integrative fertility symposium
Hosts & Guests
About the Speaker
Helané Wahbeh 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, stress, and posttraumatic stress disorder and their relationships to physiology, health, and healing.
Her VET-MIND study funded by the National Institutes of Health examined the mechanisms of meditation for combat veterans with PTSD. Her current research interests include healing stress and trauma, examining mechanisms of mind-body medicine, and rigorously studying extended human capacities. Dr. Wahbeh’s extensive meditation training includes the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Teacher Training by Jon Kabat-Zinn, a four-year Meditation Teacher Training with CoreLight, and a 16-year regular meditation practice.