Share on twitter Twitter Neuroscientist Dr. Jacobo Grinberg-Zylberbaum worked extensively with shamans and other individuals in Mexico, collecting vast amounts of data using electroencephalograph EEG readings and various inventories relevant to learning, memory, perception and biopsychology. One of these studies began by having two people meditate for twenty minutes together. They were then separated into two different rooms, both of which were shielded from all electromagnetic energies. One person was presented with random flashes of light, designed to elicit shock responses. The other person, sitting in a different room, was hooked up to an EEG machine.
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Share on twitter Twitter Neuroscientist Dr. Jacobo Grinberg-Zylberbaum worked extensively with shamans and other individuals in Mexico, collecting vast amounts of data using electroencephalograph EEG readings and various inventories relevant to learning, memory, perception and biopsychology.
One of these studies began by having two people meditate for twenty minutes together. They were then separated into two different rooms, both of which were shielded from all electromagnetic energies. One person was presented with random flashes of light, designed to elicit shock responses.
The other person, sitting in a different room, was hooked up to an EEG machine. A control group, on the other hand, showed no such correlation. Many interesting variations of this study were conducted, all with equally interesting results. Grinberg published these results in Physics Essays, a highly respected, peer-reviewed journal. And though this evidence was painstakingly collected in more than fifty experiments over a five-year period, he received a great deal of criticism.
Only when the brain-mind system is free from interpretations, do the neuronal field and the pre-space structure become identical. Physicist Fred H. Thaheld, for instance, used Faraday cages to shield two separate compartments from electromagnetic energies. One person was hooked up to an EEG in one chamber, and another person was likewise attached to an EEG in the other chamber. The compartments were isolated from one another, making impossible any means of communication.
Charles Tart of UC Davis conducted a similar experiment, but instead of using an EEG and visual stimulation, he monitored galvanic skin resistance GSR , blood volume and heart rate in response to small electric shocks. Intention Transpersonal psychologists and researchers Marilyn Schlitz and William Braud supplied even more evidence for the theory of a non-local, connecting Field in a study that seemed to confirm the influence of distant intentionality.
Subjects were attached to computer measuring skin resistance. During these randomly chosen intervals, the influencer would enter the desired state and project it toward the receiver, who could not be seen or communicated with in any way.
Various controls were set in place for each of fifteen studies, with a total of sessions and subjects. Jean Achterberg, Ph. Even though these receivers were entirely unaware of when these distant intentions were being sent, nine out of eleven of them had MRI scans showing distinct and perfectly timed responses to these intentions.
Nitamo Montecucco demonstrated long-distance brainwave entrainment between two groups of meditators. The resulting brainwave analysis showed a statistically significant brainwave synchronization between the two groups.
Before going to sleep, the receiver would meet the influencer, and both of them would discuss the intention to connect while the sleeper was dreaming. After the receiver went to sleep, the influencer would randomly choose one of several envelopes, which contained different images, and enter a separate in room to sit quietly, open the envelope and focus on the image.
As soon as the REM sleep ended, the receiver would be awakened and asked about the dream. Results from five years of study revealed that a statistically significant amount of the receivers had dreams correlated with images sent by the influencers. An Invisible Databank And the list goes on. In fact, an entire book could be written on these kinds of scientific studies alone, all of which seem to point to a non-local Field — simultaneously transcending and supporting time and space — that mediates otherwise unexplainable and instantaneous long-distance communication.
While these studies do not offer conclusive proof of such a Field, when combined with further studies we will explore in this series, they strongly suggest the existence of a kind of universal matrix, which facilitates material existence through an invisible flow of energy and information. After separating the two particles by a considerable distance, the spins of both particles are measured simultaneously, demonstrating that the location and motion of a particle can both be observed at the same time.
Because of the technological limitations present in , the EPR Experiment could only be conducted in the imagination. With the rise of new technological innovations, not only were similar experiments later successfully performed, they exhibited a strange and instantaneous long-distance connection between particles that, according to the theories of the time, should not be possible.
When the spin of one particle was measured, it was found that the spin of the other particle would be exactly opposite. An experiment conducted by Dr. Nicholas Gisin established even faster communication—approximately 20, times faster than the speed of light. A crude representation of this can be made simply by placing two pencil marks on a piece of paper, one near the top and another near the bottom. Because the paper represents this non-local, transcendent dimension, and because the two pencil marks are both contained within it, they are very intimately and immediately connected to one another via this dimension that transcends the time and space by which they appear to be separated.
Further Reading Achterberg, J. Aspect, A. Penrose and C. Isham, eds. Oxford: Clarendon Press, Braud, W. Journal of Religion and Psychical Research, n.
San Diego, California, , Einstein, A. Podolski, and N. Grinberg-Zylberbaum, J. McTaggert, L. New York: HarperCollins, Montecucco, N. Persinger, M. Radin, D. Salart, D. Baas, J. Gisin, and H. Schlitz, M. Thaheld, F. More to explore Allowing Yourself to Be Meditated Eric Thompson Is meditation about struggling with your mind, or is it about letting go?
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Methoden[ Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten ] Parapsychologen benutzen qualitative Methoden wie sie auch in der traditionellen Psychologie und der Feldforschung angewendet werden zum Beispiel das Platz-Experiment , aber auch quantitativ- statistische , empirische Methoden, die vor allem auf der Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung aufbauen. Der Ganzfeld-Versuch ist ein Experiment, mit dem die Telepathie nachgewiesen werden soll. Bem berichten, dass in den Ganzfeld-Versuchen — weltweit wurden ca. Dabei versucht die Versuchsperson beispielsweise ein an einem entfernten Ort platziertes Foto zu beschreiben; es existieren aber verschiedene Methoden der analytischen Auswertung solcher Versuche.