Sunday, April 18, 2010

Music and the Maharishi Effect

Back in the early 1970's, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of "Transcendental Meditation" produced a theory that was later tested and proven in many settings.

He said that if a group of people equal to the square root of 1% of a given population engaged in advanced meditation consciously at the same time, it would have a positive effect on that population. This was proven to be true. Crime rates, accident rates and admissions to emergency rooms declined during controlled tests. The theory became known as the Maharishi Effect.

The square root of 1% of Earth's population is less than 8000 people.

The question then arises, "What would happen if you could concentrate the energy of the meditating participants, with the focusing power of a computer, and then connect all of their electrical fields in a feedback loop through a central server?"

Then my Heart Tuner experiments on Music and the human EM field came along, and I realized that people who were advanced in meditation techniques were unnecessary. If the "Mantra" were simply replaced with rhythmic dance music, then anyone connected to the central server could participate.

Scroll down a few posts and look at the rolling waves and peaks in my Heart Tuner videos. Imagine 8000 people doing this at the same time, while connected to a central server in a feedback loop.

Then imagine 8 million people doing the same thing. All that would take is signing on with a major game system like XBox or Playstation as the participation grew. The whole thing would cost less than an American lunch hour in Iraq and, if done right would likely heal Humanity at the electromagnetic level.

Something to think about.

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