Field Survey II
Frequencies and The Field
In Field Survey Number 1 I introduced some of the research that has given rise to theories of how Consciousness interacts with the mind field. I also talked a bit about “coherence” and brainwave frequencies and the mental states with which they are associated. The purpose of that discussion was to illustrate that our brains can be entrained into specific types of activity-states through the exposure to specific frequencies.
The downside to this susceptibility is that, thanks to the wonders of modern technology, we are bathed in a wide variety of frequencies on a 24-hour basis. Some people are unable to tolerate the saturation and become literally allergic to the modern world. Others have such extreme reactions that they are convinced that their energetic field is being intentionally bombarded through the use of illicit frequency weapons. That is certainly within the realm of possibility, as this is powerful stuff we are dealing with, and we are just beginning to scratch the surface of it.
Not only are humans sensitive to local electrical frequencies, people also seem to be influenced by the electromagnetic waves of the earth’s ionosphere. When detectable changes occur in the Earth’s magnetic field in the days and weeks prior to earthquakes or volcanic eruptions, sensitives often report that they notice corresponding physical effects in their bodies at that time. Changes in the earth’s magnetic field have been associated with effects in brain and nervous system activity; performance of athletic, memory and other tasks, sensitivity in extrasensory perception experiments, synthesis of nutrients in plants and algae, traffic violations and accidents, hospitalizations, mortality from heart attacks and strokes and incidences of depression and suicide.
What we don’t know yet is whether or not there is a two way street. Is it possible that the Earth’s fields are affected or influenced by human emotions? Global Consciousness data collected by Roger Nelson and the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) program certainly seems to have provided evidence that this is a possibility. Over the years, the human-to-field connection was observed during many scheduled, Spiritually oriented global consciousness raising events, such as the Harmonic Concordance of 2003. Universally speaking, the sensors always registered the greatest changes in response to the degree to which the heart-centered feelings of love and compassion were aroused and shared during these events.
Informative information also came from the sensor network during the unexpected moments of tragedy and disaster. For example, there was a significant anomalous effect noted on 9/11 when the sensors began to behave in an unusual fashion in the hours preceding the attacks. But GCP network was not the only set of sensors to observe a disturbance in the force on that day.
Take a look at the graph below, and you will see a significant spike in the earth’s geomagnetic field activity as recorded by two National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) space weather satellites at the time of the September 11th attack. Even more intriguing is that the energies continued to “jitter” for several days afterward, as if reflecting the heightened anxiety of that period of time.
Everyone who has ever felt great love or great sorrow knows that these feelings originate in the heart, not in the brain. What has only recently been discovered is that, while the heart’s electrical field is sixty times greater than that of the brain, its detectable magnetic field is an astonishing 5000 times larger. Thus it is entirely possible that the “planetary stress wave” in the above illustration was influenced by the extreme emotions of the masses reacting to the suddenness and magnitude of that tragedy.
Theorists propose that the opposite of a planetary stress wave might be a global coherence wave. If you remember from Field Survey 1, the idea of coherence in the body refers to frequencies vibrating in a harmonious ‘melody,’ if you will. Just as the presence or absence of coherence in the human container can indicate health or dis-ease, so might its presence or absence indicate wellness in the global body at large.
There is certainly strong evidence that a small group of mediators in a community can have a positive effect on local crime rates and other quality of life indicators. To date there have been over fifty studies demonstrating this “Maharishi effect” at work in society. (Named for Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who developed the Transcendental Meditation program more than fifty years ago, researchers have since concluded that the type of meditation one does is not as important as the frequency and consistency with which one does it.) Following on the heels of this research, the Global Consciousness research from Princeton, and that done by the Institute of HeartMath, which has shown that emotions create coherence or incoherence in our bodies that are detected by the nervous systems of others in our environment, The Global Coherence Initiative has been founded to help facilitate a planetary shift toward balance, cooperation and enduring peace. Participating membership is free and you can enroll here. Members are notified of scheduled Full Moon meditations, and of specially organized care initiatives which focus attention upon troubled locations around the globe.
Once we are persuaded that the fields of human attention and emotion can directly affect the physical world and the mental and emotional states of others (consciousness), heart centered living takes on a newer and deeper meaning than ever before. If our own intentionality can be used to shape the future of the world we live in, can we afford not to “give from the heart?”
About The Global Coherence Initiative, http://www.glcoherence.org/about-us/about.html.
The Global Coherence Initiative: Creating a Coherent Planetary Standing Wave, Rollin McCraty, PhD, Annette Deyhle, PhD, and Doc Childre.
The Truth About TM, David Orme-Johnson.
The Heart, Mind, and Spirit, Professor Mohamed Omar Salem.