Marilyn Mandala Schlitz

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Marilyn Schlitz, PhD, "is President and CEO of the Institute of Noetic Sciences. As a scientist and anthropologist, she has pioneered clinical, laboratory, and field-based research in the areas of consciousness, human transformation and healing. A researcher, speaker, change consultant, and writer, Marilyn's books include: Living Deeply: The Art and Science of Transformation in Everyday Life (co-authored with Cassandra Vieten and Tina Amorok) and Consciousness and Healing: Integral Approaches to Mind Body Medicine(co-authored with Tina Amorok and Mark Micozzi)." [1]

Early Research Positions CV

  • Research Associate and Project Director, Mind Science Foundation. Responsibilities included research, administration, public speaking, and fundraising. (1982-1992).
  • Research Consultant, Stanford Research Institute, International. Collaborated with a multidisciplinary team investigating anomalous cognition. (1981-82).
  • Research Fellow, Foundation for Research on the Nature of Man/Institute for Parapsychology. Research, teaching, and public speaking. Research included quantitative and qualitative approaches to anomalous cognition. (1980-1982).
  • Research Assistant, Department of Psychology, Wayne State University. Conduct experiments on anomalous information transfer. (1977).
  • Research Assistant, Department of Geology, Wayne State University. Counting sedimentation samples for oceanography study. (1976-1977).

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  1. Marilyn Mandala Schlitz Bio, organizational web page, accessed February 10, 2012.
  2. Global Coherence Initiative Boards, organizational web page, accessed July 14, 2013.
  3. Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing Editorial Board, organizational web page, accessed July 19, 2013.
  4. Consciousness and Healing Initiative About, organizational web page, accessed October 19, 2017.
  5. Board, Rhine Center, accessed July 23, 2021.