Is Global Coherence Really Possible?
Several readers commented they would like to know more about the Global Coherence Initiative discussed in my Sept. 25 Care2 column, “Nourishing the Collective Heart.” A few added, “I hope this is really possible.”
The purpose of the Global Coherence Initiative (CGI) is to unite people around the world in sending synchronized heart-focused care to our planet to help heal it and also measure the impact of intention, thought and emotion on the earth’s geomagnetic fields to demonstrate that people and our planet are all interconnected through these fields.
I thought I’d provide some fascinating data to help explain the scientific basis for global coherence. First of all, the hypotheses are:
- All living things are interconnected, and we communicate with each other via biological and electromagnetic fields.
- Not only are humans affected by planetary energetic fields, but conversely the Earth’s energetic systems are also influenced by collective human emotions and consciousness. Much of the planetary field environment is made up of the collective consciousness of the inhabitants.
- Large numbers of people intentionally creating heart-coherent states of care, love, compassion and appreciation will generate a coherent standing wave that can help offset the current planetary-wide wave of stress, discord and incoherence.
Scientists already know that changing rhythms in the earth’s magnetic fields affect:
- Performance of tasks
- Traffic violations and accidents
- Number of hospital admissions for heart attacks and strokes
- Societal conflicts and criminal acts
- Brain and nervous system activity
- Blood pressure, heart rate and hormones
- Of all the body systems, changes in geomagnetic conditions most affect the rhythm of the heart (HRV)
During World War I, Alexander Tchijevsky, a Russian biophysicist who founded heliobiology — the study of the sun’s effect on biology — found that more severe battles occurred during peak sunspot periods. Intrigued by the connection of human behavior and solar cycles, Tchijevsky constructed an “Index of Mass Human Excitability.” He plotted solar activity against important historical events, including wars and creative breakthroughs, between the years 1749 and 1926. The results were astonishing (see graph on next page). In fact, Stalin asked him to retract his writings on solar cycles, which contradicted Soviet theories of the reasons for the Russian revolutions of 1905 and 1917. He refused, was arrested and spent eight years in the Gulag. Other scientists like Suitbert Ertel (1997) also found that periods of the greatest levels of human flourishing and creativity in science and the arts were clearly shown to occur during solar activity peaks.
A new cycle of solar activity began around the beginning of 2011 and is expected to reach its peak in 2013. GCI scientists decided to chart solar activity to see if there were any correlations with major global events between December 2010 and February 2011. Below is a graph of what they found related to the start of the “Arab Spring.”
So, these solar energetic influxes are part of a natural cycle — they are not “out to get us.” These influxes can be a great add-on to humanity, if we can consciously and collectively direct this energy for the common good. It’s our choice.
To learn more about how you can participate, go to www.glcoherence.org
For a more in-depth scientific understanding of GCI science, go to: http://www.glcoherence.org/monitoring-system/commentaries.html
To join with others in sending synchronized heart-focused care to our planet, go to: http://www.globalcarerooms.org/