The International Peace Project
A 1988 experiment, titled, The International Peace Project,* showed alleviating violent conflict by reducing societal stress in an underlying collective consciousness field. The study showed if we are at peace (the subjects were in unified Transcendental Meditation and strategically placed in different cities)—and genuinely feeling at peace, not just thinking about peace—it positively changed the energetic dynamics of their surroundings: crime rates dropped, and quality of life rose. When the subjects consciously stopped feeling at peace, crime rates rose, and quality of life decreased.
According to the statistics, it only takes about one hundred people to change the energetic dynamics of roughly one million people. And about eight thousand people to change the energetic dynamics of about six billion people.
The unified subjects held the peace vibration. You are more than well-equipped to embody love, peace, and joy vibrations.
Because everything is energy and vibration, thoughts and feelings are energy, and energy can not be contained—energy permeates everything. In other words, when we are at peace, we rub off on those around us. Will you be peace with me?
(*The Journal of Conflict Resolution 32, no. 4, December 1988)