To explore effects of healing intention and intentional space conditioning on the growth of cultured human brain cells and the distribution of truly random events.
This paper provides definitions and a discussion of evolving guidelines for conducting research on the effects of distant healing intention (DHI) on living systems in the laboratory. We consider the relevance of DHI laboratory research to applied healing, special theoretical challenges, and other considerations that distinguish DHI research from other domains of laboratory science.
What if you could dream 24 hours a day, even while awake? According to innovative psychotherapist Arnold Mindell, PhD, we already do. The seeds of dreaming arise in every moment of the day, in body symptoms, problems, relationships, subtile feelings, interactions, random thoughts, and fantasies. We're getting countless little cues from the unconscious every minute. All are signs from the world of dreaming. And, according to Mindell, we can be in this state of lucid dreaming all day long.
Abstract-Experiments suggesting the existence of mind-matter interaction (MMI) effects on the outputs of random number generators (RNG) have been criticized based on the questionable assumption that MMI effects operate uniformly on each random bit, independent of the number of bits used per sample, the rate at which bits are generated, or the psychological conditions of the task.
The first author, a proponent of evidence for psychic ability, and the second, a sceptic, have been conducting a systematic programme of collaborative sceptic-proponent research in parapsychology. This has involved carrying out joint experiments in which each investigator individually attempted to mentally influence the electrodermal activity of participants at a distant location.
This double-blind study investigated the effects of intention on the autonomic nervous system of a human "sender" and distant "receiver" of those intentions, and it explored the roles that motivation and training might have in modulating these effects.
Change your attitude, change your world. While the science is intriguing, it's this simple message that has made the Bleep movie an international phenomenon.
Yes, we live in precarious times, but it doesn't keep this pioneering biologist-visionary from seeing a future of thriving species and cooperative societies, with nature leading the way.
However uncomfortable it makes them, scientists must reckon with the mysterious role of intention in seeking to understand the nature of consciousness. Substantial evidence in favor of intentional mind-matter interactions should make this transition a bit easier.
The DVD and book that have ignited the imagination of millions only scratch the surface of the history and complexity behind the law of attraction. It’s neither as simple nor as foolproof as one is led to believe.