Consciousness, The Human Heart and The Global Energetic Field Environment



Consciousness, The Human Heart and The Global Energetic Field Environment

Gepubliceerd op: 31-01-2021

The  Global  Coherence  Initiative  (GCI)  is  a  science-based,  international  effort  that  conducts  research  on interactions  between  humans  and  the  Earth’s  magnetic  field  environment  as  well  as  collective  intention  on promoting peace, and harmony.In  order  to  carry  out  one  aspect  of  the  interconnectedness  research,  GCI  has  created  a  Global  Coherence  Monitoring  System  (GCMS),  which  is  comprised  of  a  network  of  six  magnetometers  specifically  designed  to measure geomagnetic and resonant frequencies in Earth’s magnetic fields, such as Schumann resonances, Alven waves and other field-line resonances.The finding from this line of research suggests that global collective behaviors and numerous human physiological rhythms are affected by and in some cases synchronized with solar and geomagnetic activity. Additionally, we discuss why the majority of research conducted thus far has focused on how disruptions in the earth’s magnetic fields are associated with adverse effects on health and behaviors. However, it is important to note, that solar and geomagnetic activity can also have a positive impact on human physiology and health.Furthermore, we believe there is an even more fundamental and important aspect of the earth’s magnetic fields that  can  be  utilized  to  help  lift  human  consciousness.  We  propose  that  the  earth’s  magnetic  fields  provide  a plausible  mechanism  that  interconnects  and  non-locally  distributes  information  to  all  living  systems  on  our  planet.  We  review  several  independent  lines  of  research  that  support  the  hypothesis  that  the  earth’s  magnetic  fields  can  act  as  a  carrier  of  and  encoded  by  physiologically  patterned  and  relevant  information.  The  four primary hypotheses of the GCI are articulated and the existing theoretical and experimental support for each hypothesis is discussed.

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