The Collective Intention is Able to Literally Transform The World

A phenomenon that spreads in recent years through blogs and social media is the collective intention (meditation/prayer). It is the synchronized attention of many people around the world in a particular issue.

Some are quite dubious about whether the thoughts, intentions or prayers can influence the world around them. For a quantum physicist on the other, it is a fact that our thoughts affect the world around us and it is something that has been proven in scientific studies.

What Studies Reveal about Collective Intention

In 1984 there an experimental study took place at three different gatherings of over 7000 people who did meditation each morning and evening for three consecutive weeks. The study took place in Fairfield, Iowa (December 17, 1983-January 6, 1984), The Hague, Holland (December 21, 1984-January 13, 1985) and Washington, DC (July 1-July 10, 1985). The results were surprising. Time series analysis was used in this study to rule out possibilities that the reduction in global terrorism was caused by pre-existing trends, drifts in data or cycles.

Scientists believe this is due to a coherent resonance being created in the Unified Quantum Field by those meditating.

Think of a laser. Its coherent light is established by what is known in physics as the Field Effect. The Field Effect’s principle, according to the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy is “that it is not necessary to act individually on each individual constituent of a system, but that the system can be handled in one stroke at the collective level.”

The 7,000 people meditating created a Field Effect of harmonious coherence that spread throughout the collective–which in turn helped to reduce acts of terrorism (incoherent, disruptive energy).

This effect, also known as the “Maharishi Effect”, has had over 600 scientific studies conducted in 33 countries and in over 250 independent research institutions. The evidence overwhelmingly correlates synchronized group prayer and meditation having extremely positive social, political and economic benefits to the world. Positive correlations for numerous health benefits to the individual were also observed and confirmed.

Today this structured and coherent energy is being calculated by the Global Consciousness Project (GCP), whose logistical home is the well-known Institute of Noetic Sciences. The GCP has been collecting data for over 15 years, with up to 70 host sites worldwide, using random number generators. The GCP notes that, “Random number generators (RNGs) based on quantum tunneling produce completely unpredictable sequences of zeroes and ones. But when a great event synchronizes the feelings of millions of people, our network of RNGs becomes subtly structured. We calculate one in a trillion odds that the effect is due to chance. The evidence suggests an emerging noosphere or the unifying field of consciousness described by sages in all cultures.”

Major world events, such as the 9/11 attack (2001), Nepal’s earthquake (2015), worldwide meditations (2015), along with many other events, have been recorded by the GCP and has shown that the synchronization of RNG’s has occurred when thoughts, emotions and intentions of many people from around the world get synchronized.

Related: Live Consciously: Why You Should Be Aware of Your Thoughts and Actions

Dr. David Edwards, Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin says:

“I think the claim can be plausibly made that the potential impact of this research exceeds that of any other ongoing social or psychological research program. It has survived a broader array of statistical tests than most research in the field of conflict resolution. This work and the theory that informs it deserve the most serious consideration by academics and policy makers alike.”

How this Phenomenon Can be Explained?

Theoretical physicist Dr John Hagelin explains:

“We now understand that everything in life is essentially one. At the basis of all of the variety of life there is unity. In our base we are all one, and this unity on the foundations of mind and matter is consciousness, universal consciousness. And with this deep understanding, that consciousness is not generated by the brain, it’s not the result of molecular, chemical processes in the brain, but it’s fundamental in nature, is the basis of nature, this call Unified Field.”

In the following video he explains more about this Unified Field:


He also says “It had been hypothesized, based on many different smaller experiments, that if enough people collectively were experiencing and stimulating this fundamental strong magnetic field of inner peace, it would radiate its influential peace and affect the behavior of people across society. What a novel thought… that with some extensive understanding and less strictly limited, narrow self-centered, enlarged vision, desperate acts of terrorism just did not really have a fertile field to take place.”

In the following video he speaks about the phenomenon, presenting research results:


This phenomenon is investigated until today. Here is a video with the power of collective meditation:


In 2016 there will be a free application – “Collective Consciousness”, which is based on researches and in coordination with the GCP, it will enable us to explore the nature of consciousness and reality, giving an extra boost to the creation of a “technology of consciousness.” You can see more in


How can you make your mind give you ideas, solutions and guidance as to the direction you will follow, and what you will need?

Firstly, what you need to have is the intention, which you must find a way to state. You can just write it or state it mentally; state clearly to yourself, the universe (or wherever you think) your intention. Once you do it with persistence, it means that you are consciously concentrating on this.

By not declaring your intention is like saying “I want to go somewhere”, but without knowing where. You have to bring to the surface what you really want; state with every detail the full picture you imagine as to what you want. You need to repeat the intention daily if you want your mind to believe that you really want what you ask for. In other words, if you want your mind to take you seriously. So write it, say it, talk about it, read it…

With techniques such as self-hypnosis, meditation and self-help videos, you can address your subconscious and give it “food for work” with regard to your intentions. The continuous statement of intention tells your conscious mind that you are serious about it. When you feed your conscious and subconscious mind every day, eventually you will notice the “magic” happens.

Try it! Concentrate on your intention, state it in various ways and meditate for 10-15 days. Your mind will respond as: “Your wish is my command…” It will give you the right ideas and thoughts. Beyond that, however, you have to take action. If you want to pass to the other side of the river, you have to swim 😉 Start acting on the ideas given by your mind and opportunities will begin to unfold. Observe what happens. Are “coincidences” associated with your intentions occurring?

Many individuals may not have the temper to stubborn or not to do it at all. But those who really want to change their lives will do it and find themselves to walk a new path, the path of self-realization.


If you believe that you are at the mercy of your genetic code, great news… you’re not!

According to the science of epigenetics (the study of how environmental factors outside of DNA influence changes in gene expression), stem cells and even DNA can be altered through magnetic fields, heart coherence, positive mental states and intention. Top scientists around the world agree: genetic determinism is a flawed theory.

Curbing the genetic victim mentality

The DNA we are born with is not the sole determinant for our health and well-being. Stem cell biologist Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., discusses the important difference between genetic determinism and epigenetics in an interview with Super Consciousness magazine:

The difference between these two is significant because this fundamental belief called genetic determinism literally means that our lives, which are defined as our physical, physiological and emotional behavioral traits, are controlled by the genetic code. This kind of belief system provides a visual picture of people being victims: If the genes control our life function, then our lives are being controlled by things outside of our ability to change them. This leads to victimization that the illnesses and diseases that run in families are propagated through the passing of genes associated with those attributes. Laboratory evidence shows this is not true.

Lipton’s theory is confirmed by Carlo Ventura, M.D., Ph.D., professor and researcher at the University of Bologna in Italy. Dr. Ventura has shown through lab testing that the DNA of stem cells can be altered using magnetic field frequencies.

It’s like a time machine. You’re reprogramming somehow backward with these cells to an uncertain state in which any kind of decision is somehow possible; even the decision to become virtually any kind of cell of the organism. And just think about the tremendous potential of this discovery.

He adds that two Nobel Prize-winning scientists discovered even “nonstem adult cells can be epigenetically reprogrammed backward to a state where they can eventually give rise to neural cells, cardiac cells, skeletal muscle cells or insulin-producing cells.”

Changing DNA through intention

According to the Institute of HeartMath in Boulder Creek, California, epigenetics encompasses far more than just DNA, our environment and life experience. After two decades of study, the researchers discovered factors like love and appreciation or anxiety and anger also influence a person’s blueprint. In one experiment, select participants were able to change DNA with positive mental states.

An individual holding three DNA samples was directed to generate heart coherence – a beneficial state of mental, emotional and physical balance and harmony – with the aid of a HeartMath technique that utilizes heart breathing and intentional positive emotions. The individual succeeded, as instructed, to intentionally and simultaneously unwind two of the DNA samples to different extents and leave the third unchanged.

Control group volunteers who had low heart coherence were unable to alter the DNA.

Healthy cell expression and a quantum nutrient diet

If we want to nourish our bodies at a cellular level (and not promote disease), the institute recommends an abundant diet of quantum nutrients. When we are stressed or negative, our biological energy reserves are diverted from the important task of regenerating and repairing the body. We can counteract this cellular starvation by focusing on genuine states of care, appreciation and love. These positive emotions enhance our energy system and feed the body, even down to the level of DNA. HeartMath calls such positive feelings “quantum nutrients.”

Watch: The Vibration of Love

The institute offers several free tools that assist in creating a coherent state quickly and easily. Two examples can be found here and here.

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Carolanne believes if we want to see change in the world, we need to be the change. As a nutritionist, wellness coach and natural foods chef, she has encouraged others to embrace a healthy lifestyle of green living for over 13 years. Through her website she looks forward to connecting with other like-minded people who share a similar vision.