Join the Legion of Light

Receive daily meditations, using our research, based intentional protocol to positively impact the globe while elevating consciousness for daily happiness and facilitating best outcomes in  your  life

Bethany Gonyea, MS

Founding Director of NUMINOUS, The organization sponsoring the Resonant Peaceful Cities Project

How to get involved


Intentional Coherence Meditation is a type of meditation that combines specific biofeedback skills with intentional and prayer techniques that have been proven to work through various research studies…

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Take The Consciousness Athlete® Class

LIVE AN EMPOWERED LIFE IN REAL LIFE! Come Have Fun With the NUMINOUS Community and Explore Your Greater Nature By Participating in our Consciousness Athlete Program. A program that teaches you research based biofeedback and intentional skills while cultivating joy and happiness to facilitate reliable grace in your life.

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Learn more about this research by purchasing the book by Founder Director Bethany Gonyea

Happiness has a signature in our bodies’ nervous system and subtle energy fields, unless you know what that signature is and how to sustain it, happiness will always allude you. Don’t leave your happiness in the hands of others. Become A Consciousness Athlete and train your body to feel happiness for no good reason…(link leaves site)

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Become a Meditation Leader

Learn how to facilitate mediations in your city by taking our meditation leader program. This course will teach you everything you need to know.

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This work began with the Albany Peace Project in 2014 and was originally designed to determine if an organized group or trained meditators creating a “coherent state” within their own bodies and then focusing peaceful intentions outward, could measurably reduce violence locally. Dozens of similar prior research studies in other parts of the world have pointed to a positive correlation. Karin Reinhold, PhD, Professor of Mathematics at the State University of New York at Albany will review data to determine if intentions have made an impact.