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Steph Eigen:
that's "...boobs..." (typo).

patstar:
Hi  Steph.  Yes, of course I know the Youtube stuff is nonsense.  I just put that out there as a dubious example of what I'm definitely not talking about. 

This is much more the kind of thing I'm speaking of: http://www.social-consciousness.com/2014/01/scientific-proof-that-group-meditation-can-change-the-world.html.  And was with the focus being on external event.  Think what might be achieved internally with even a much smaller group of meditators?  No, lol, I'm certainly not expecting immediate huge "magical body transformation", but do you think that small and/or subtle beneficial changes over weeks or even months might be worth the time spent ;)?  I have a personal saying: "Great constructions are usually built over long periods of time."

Even with 0.% physiological changes over a period of say....two years the idea of like minded (and personal goaled) individuals linking minds...or meditating in unison still has its appeal, wouldn't you say?

Yes, I am well aware of the more purest or basic ideas about meditation.  Also some of the more advance states are indeed the stuff for the real experts, but does one have to be a master to experience astral travel—or at least open ones third eye?  Mine was open as a child; I was fascinated, but had little idea what it was or what to do with it.

We are just beginning to understand the mind-body connection (again?), and I know of no better tool for reaching the upper levels of the mind than meditation. 

Finally, I think we are well suited to this adventure. Aren't we trans-women (and men) heroes...explorers?

patstar:
"A Russian scientist has been studying the human energy field and is claiming that people can change the world simply by using their own energy. While this idea is not new, not too many have taken the time to scientifically go about proving such ideas -although the field of quantum physics has shed some powerful light on the topic over the years. Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, professor of physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University, states that when we think positive and negative thoughts, each have a different impact on our surrounding environment.

 
“We are developing the idea that our consciousness is part of the material world and that with our consciousness we can directly influence our world,” said Dr. Konstantin Korotkov.

We cannot see energy very easily with the human eye and thus the world of unseen energy can be difficult for the mind to grasp without scientific measurements to verify what is taking place. Perhaps this is why the study of consciousness affecting our reality has been virtually untouched for so long. To help create a bridge between our physical and unseen world, scientific experiments using a technique called bioelectrophotography are being carried out. In these experiments, an assumption must be made that states the human body and consciousness is constantly emitting energy. Following this assumption, Bioelectrophotography aims to capture these energy fields seen as a light around the body. In the metaphysical world this energy emission is known as a person’s aura, while in the scientific field, it is often refereed to as our energy field.


Princeton Research

Dr. Korotkov is not the only one studying the effects of the human mind, thoughts and energy on our surrounding environment. The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory has also been trying to wrap their heads around the subject and have concluded that the mind does in fact have a subtle capacity to influence the output of devices known as Random Event Generators (REGs).

A project that initially started when a student was curious to study the effects of the human mind and intention on the surrounding environment, turned into a rigorous testing lab where Dr. Robert Jahn and his lab assistant spent many hours experimenting to determine whether or not the mind has an effect on our physical world. Jahn and his assistant were able to determine that the human minds interactions with the machines demonstrated a relationship that was not physical in nature. The mind was able to effect and change outcomes of the machine in ways that were beyond explainable. In essence, consciousness was having an effect over the physical world.


To determine the effects of the minds intention on the physical world, they built several machines called  a random number generator. The machine would essentially mimic a coin flip and record the results over time. The machine performed 200 flips per second and produced an average mean of 100 as one would expect. Left unattended, the machine would continue to produce results that suggested a 50/50 chance of producing either heads or tails. The interesting results came when human intention started to interact with the machine. What was once a random 50/50 chance of producing heads or tails began to deviate from expectation as the observer began to intend for the numbers to be higher or lower. While the effects of the mind over the the machines was not large, it was enough that contemporary physics is unable to explain what exactly is happening. Perhaps this is where the quantum world can shed light?

The implications this research could have on humanity is quite fascinating given it could reach into the realms of creating a world of peace, healthy living and joy. If intentions and thoughts can impact something the way it has been demonstrated above, why not explore the boundaries of how far this can go? It is my belief that we create our realities with our thoughts and intentions, I feel science is starting to confirm this and in time we will realize the true power of our minds and intentions."

KageNiko:
One of the Dan Brown books is about this kind of thing.  Very fascinating read.  I love this kind of stuff.  I believe it's called Noetics?  I may be wrong, since it's been a few years... Thank you for sharing this PatStar!

patstar:
You're welcomed KageNiko.  I'll have to look up that book! 

I am fascinated by this sort of thing also.  Over the past 150 years or so the modern media, with the help of others, (and in all likelihood by order of the government and/or the major corporations) has done a masterful job of marginalizing these kinds of subjects and making them fringe topics that are worthy only of derision and condescending jokes.

These parties have in the past mislead our society—in spite of statements by Einstein and others—as to the very nature of reality itself!  The goal(s) would appear to be keeping real knowledge and power out of the hands of "common people" and otherwise maintaining the status quo.

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