I’m excited to announce that I will be conducting a LIVE International Intention Experiment on Monday, September 21, in honor of International Day of Peace.
This time, our aim is to heal an area of the Middle East that desperately needs rebuilding.
Our international community will be joined by others from countries around the world, with information about the experiment provided in English, Arabic and Hebrew. Right after the experiment, I’ll be able to speak to a number of participants around the world, so that you can listen to their immediate feedback.
As always, the Intention Experiments are FREE. I’ll reveal the exact target only after the experiment begins, so that people don’t start thinking about the target beforehand and inadvertently skew the experimental results. But to get the link, you need to sign up (so I have exact numbers of participants):
The effect of our intention will be measured by three scientists, including the famed Russian physicist Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, a professor at the Russian National University of Informational Technology, Mechanics and Optics, formerly St Petersburg State University.
As many of you know, Dr. Korotkov developed a Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV) device, which made use of state-of-the-art optics, digitized television matrices and a powerful computer to measure subtle effects of such things as intention on a living system.
For our experiment, Korotkov will also be using a sensitive device he’s christened ‘Sputnik’, after the first Soviet satellite space launch in 1957. Sputnik had been developed as a specially designed antenna for his GDVs.
The purpose of this highly sensitive device is to measure any changes in the atmosphere relative to any changes in people occupying that space through its extreme sensitivity to changes in environmental electromagnetic fields.
But as we’ve repeatedly demonstrated, changes in group intention can also be picked up by his Sputnik sensor – even when people are thousands of miles away.
In March 2017, I ran a water experiment with Korotkov, in which we asked the audience of 1,000 in Miami, Florida, to send intention to a bottle of water connected to a computer installation in his laboratory in St Petersburg, Russia.
Even though we were more than 5,000 miles away, the measurements clearly showed a significant effect on Sputnik, a major lowering of charge surrounding the water.
Movie launch in Arabic
This experiment will also mark the launch of the movie The 1 Field by noted Israeli filmmaker Tsipi Raz, who filmed myself and many of my colleagues (Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton) about the presence and power of The Field.
The movie culminates in the historic Arab/Israeli experiment I ran for Jerusalem in 2017, in which Arabs from eight different Arab countries and an auditorium of Israeli Jews took part.
After our intention, as you may recall, both the Arabs and Jews – historic enemies – were crying and laughing together and sending love to each other. ‘Your God is my God,’ said Fatima from Jeddah in Saudi Arabia to the Jews in Jerusalem, blowing them kisses.
‘It’s so overwhelming, the possibility of being connected with you, our sisters in Amman and Damascus and in Iran and all over,’ said Lily, speaking for several Israeli women’s peace groups. ‘It’s a time of compassion. It’s a time of healing. Thank you, dearest sisters, we are one.’
As always, the greatest long-term effect of these peace Intention Experiments may be on the participants themselves.
Here’s your opportunity to experience this life-changing possibility for yourself by signing up for the Intention Experiment.
Watch The 1 Field, movie too!
And if you’d also like to screen Tsipi Raz’s movie, The 1 Field, which will include music and other festivities, please sign up here as well.
Please note she has asked for small donations (minimum $ 12.99), a portion of which will go to fund Unicef’s Middle Eastern child relief fund:
So join this historic event and offer your intention and prayers to one of the most beleaguered areas of the Middle East!
See you online on Monday!