Healing the world with the psychic internet

Lynne McTaggart

On May 21, I ran the latest peace Intention Experiment, which was broadcast both through ILLUMINATE Film Festival’s livestream and also through numerous Facebook pages of The 1 Field, the brilliant movie produced by Israel filmmaker Tsipi Raz.

The first part of the experiment was to heal the racial divide between African-Americans and the police in Minneapolis to mark the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd by policeman Derek Chauvin, who had been recently convicted of his murder.

But then, after new bombings broke out between the Israelis and the Palestinians, we decided on a second experiment, to intend to create a ceasefire.

The ceasefire was announced the day we were due to have our experiment, so our focus became maintaining the ceasefire.

With these types of experiments it’s difficult to quantify in any meaningful way our actual effect on the target (such as showing that the Minneapolis African Americans and the police are less polarized entirely due to our intention), but there is one way to show that our thoughts have power, affecting targets or even things in their path.

In the last year, I’ve run four experiments with the Russian physicist Dr Konstantin Korotkov, a professor at what is now called ITMO University (the Russian National University of Informational Technology, Mechanics and Optics, formerly St. Petersburg State University), internationally known for developing highly sensitive equipment that measures the faint light (biophotons) coming off of the body.

Korotkov’s devices are used by the Russian government and thousands of practitioners around the globe to diagnose illness years before it manifests into full-blown disease.

More recently Korotkov had perfected a sensitive device he’d playfully christened “Sputnik,” after the first Soviet satellite space launch in 1957, which he called an ‘integral environment analyzer.’ Coupled with the information delivered by his GDV, the purpose of this highly sensitive device is to measure any changes in the atmosphere relative to any changes in the people occupying that space.

Korotkov has repeatedly demonstrated through years of testing on a great variety of group gatherings that when a person experiences a change of emotion, it will affect the electricity of the environment, which in turn will be picked up by his Sputnik sensor. The higher the changes in his Sputnik signal, the greater the emotional charge of the room.

However, he had not tested whether these kinds of changes could occur if the group were located at a distance, or scattered around the globe.

For the May 21 experiment, I asked the audience to send their intentions to first heal the polarization in Minneapolis, and then to maintain the ceasefire that had been called on the morning of our experiment.

However, after showing them our targets and the intention statements, I had them focus their attention on this photo of Korotkov’s device in his laboratory in St. Petersburg, Russia, which had been turned on about an hour before our experiment and stayed on for a few hours afterward.


I did not tell Dr. Korotkov the timings of the experiment until afterward.  As  you can see from the readout below, from the moment our first intention began (about Minneapolis), the sensor’s signal dropped down significantly. During the second experiment (about the Israeli ceasefire) the signal continued dropping but less significantly.

It carried on falling until the end of the experiment at 7.14 pm UK time:


This dropping down indicates a greater degree of coherence—a move away from random activity to some sort of order.  As soon as we were done with the second experiment, as you can see, the machine’s output quickly reverted to randomness again:


This is the fourth experiment I’ve run in the last year where we’ve had another target but had the audience focus on Korotkov’s equipment.

The first was in June 2020, to end the violent protests over Floyd’s death; then in September 2020, to rebuild Beirut after the summer explosion; the third on January 17, 2021.to intend for a peaceful inauguration, and finally, this last one, in May 2021).

All four showed changes, although this May twin experiment showed the greatest change of all.

Mind-blowing implications

Take a moment to unpack the staggering implications of this in full. Even though I was in London, the equipment was in St. Petersburg, and the audience was scattered thousands of miles away, the measurements clearly showed a significant effect on Sputnik, a major lowering of charge.

‘From the presented data we may conclude that during the first experiment Sputnik’s signal changed significantly, which may be correlated with the intention action,’ wrote Korotkov, in analyzing his results. ‘During the second experiment we see changes of Sputnik’s signal, but it may be a natural process, related to the first experiment.’

In other words, we created a coherent field of thought that started with the first experiment, lingered through to the second experiment and ended when we were done.

With each experiment, the effects grew greater and greater, some freakishly pronounced movement away from randomness to order.

So why is this so amazing?

Just pause to think about the radical implications concerning the power of human consciousness. First of all, although we were in front of individual computers thousands of miles away from Korotkov’s equipment, we had an effect.  And our collective thoughts were affecting the Sputnik equipment, even though we’d never been sending intention to the thing itself, which of course was sitting in a Russian laboratory, but only a symbol of the thing: its photograph.

Although the only point of contact was a photograph on an internet site, my participants readily established a profound connection with one another that affected a target in a remote location.

Thinking in a group seems to create a nonlocal psychic internet of instant connection, where the distance between the participants no longer matters, even when we aren’t working with real targets—just their photographic representation, in a sense like a voodoo doll.

As we are repeatedly demonstrating, human consciousness can affect a virtual target, and that this connection proves just as potent. As psychics and other clairvoyants have maintained for years, the symbolic representation of something, like a map coordinate, easily enables consciousness to zero in on the target.

These experiments challenge certain Newtonian laws that form the backbone of classical physics by demonstrating that the human mind has the ability to connect through other minds, move through walls and across seas and continents, and act upon matter thousands of miles away.

Essentially, we’ve demonstrated something extraordinary and profound: that human minds have the capacity to operate non-locally.

Non-locality, also referred to, rather poetically, as “entanglement,” is a strange feature of quantum particles. When particles are entangled, the actions of one will always influence the other, no matter how far they are separated.

Although modern physicists readily accept that non-locality is a given feature of the quantum world, they maintain that this strange, counterintuitive property of the subatomic universe does not apply to anything bigger than an electron.

Once things get to the sticks-and-stones levels of the world we live in, they claim, the universe starts behaving itself again, according to predictable, measurable, Newtonian laws.

Nevertheless, these latest Peace Intention Experiments repeatedly show that we can create non-locality out in the big visible world, not only between the minds of individuals but also with a remote target. Somehow, like a pair of entangled electrons, our individual minds, all at a distance from one another, made an invisible connection that was able to act collectively to alter a piece of equipment, also at a distance.

More evidence that human consciousness possesses the ability to create a sort of psychic internet, allowing us to be in touch with everything at every moment. All we might require is focused attention to log on to it.

But that isn’t the most interesting part of the story.  Tune in next week to discover what happened to the Intention Experiment’s participants.

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Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.

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One comment on “Healing the world with the psychic internet”

  1. Thank you so very much for your work. I live in Minneapolis/St Paul and have done so for 80 years. I am deeply touched. I do believe that we are making progress here. it is a very small number of people, often from outside the city and state, that takekadvantage of the peaceful demonstrations and cause terrible damage.

    I belong to a Power of 8 group .We meet once per week via ZOOM. Blessings, Millie Dosh

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