Facilitated by Jay O'Brien



Houston IONS is a SIG community group studying and supporting the work of the Institute of Noetic Sciences in Petaluma, California. (

​We conduct monthly programs ranging from reflective, discussion and experiential,  meeting on the second Sunday of the month from 5:30 PM to 8 PM unless otherwise noted.  To receive invitations and descriptions of meetings, use the Contact page.  Also,​ Sign up for IONS enews


​Jay will describe five telepathic experiences he had in his teens, four of which were verified by the other person. These experiences were mostly, medical readings because they dealt with health issues.

  • He will ask the group for their own verified telepathic experiences and go around the room.
  • There will be discussion of Edgar Cayce and his medical readings.
  • Jay will also mention the Silva Method and the Monroe Institute. Both his telepathic experiences and the medical readings of Edgar Cayce provide proof of consciousness outside the human body.

We will have a look at the web pages Jay has set up for public access to sharing and recording their telepathic experiences.
The program will end with a suggestion that various groups in the same field associate with one another for their mutual benefit.

(See IONS webinar related to this topic.)


    JAY is a Houston native and attended Houston schools, earning his B.B.A. at University of Houston and a J.D. from South Texas College of Law.
    He worked in Insurance, Law and Law Enforcement and is retired from Harris County Sheriff's Office. At the county he taught peace officers such courses as: CPR, Professional Development, Crisis Intervention Training, Use of Force and Cultural Diversity.

    Interests include writing and speaking and is a docent at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. He visits religious organizations and participate in discussions and was very active in A.R.E. Houston before it's closing. He travels about once a year.

    Sunday, October 14, 2018

    Arrive between 5:30 - 6:00 pm. for social time. The meeting starts promptly at 6 and ends at 7:45 p.m​​.

    Bering Memorial United Methodist Church
    1440 Harold St at Mulberry St. | Houston, TX 77006

    (two blocks south of Westheimer; East of Dunlavy; West of Montrose)
    Parking is on Mulberry at Hawthorne. Entrance on Mulberry St. with a short cement staircase to the Fellowship Hall in the Basement.
    For handicap and easier access, the back door facing the parking lot opens with elevator access to the basement level.