Our web team are placing the finishing touches on our Peace Intention Experiment’s experimental portal. I’d like to share with you how it’s all going to work on Sunday and every day next week, so there are no surprises.
First of all, you will register on the main page of the Peace Intention Experiment site (www.thepeaceintentionexperiment.com).
If you haven’t registered yet, but want to participate, please do so TODAY.
Then, on the day, come onto the site 10-15 minutes before the experiment is due to start. Sign in on the home page. If you haven’t registered yet, you may sign up then.
So, let’s say, you live in New York and you know that the experiment is starting at 12 noon your time. You should come onto the site no later than 11:50.
Once you sign in, you’ll be taken to a page with instructions about POWERING UP. You’ll stay there for five minutes in order to get into a relaxed, meditative state.
While you are waiting for the Peace Intention Experiment to start, please POWER UP. We’ll supply all the instructions.
So, still assuming you’re from New York, at 12:05 pm the page will automatically flip over to the next page.
The next page will reveal our chosen target – an area in the world with some of the highest levels of sustained war-related deaths. Please read this page carefully. We’ve supplied a map and some graphic images of the fighting there so you can take the images of suffering into your heart.
You will remain on that page for five more minutes.
So, at 10 past the hour, the page will automatically flip over again. You’ll be sent to a third page, with the exact wording of the intention and some beautiful images of the country and of all ethnic groups in the country getting along. At that point, the experiment begins.
You’ll be asked to hold the intention statement in your mind for 10 minutes, while music plays (Jonathan Goldman’s Choku Rei – our signature Intention music).
At the end of 10 minutes, the music will stop and the page will flip over a final time, to a link with our forum page, where you can go to share your experience with our international participants.
I look forward to joining you on Sunday.
Please post any questions below.