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 SUNY Albany, has been reviewing the violent crime history from the Albany Police DepartmRead More
I volunteer because I believe in the cause of teaching people coherent meditation so that individuals are more peaceful thereby decreasing violence in their own cities and spreading love and joy. The people involved in the Global Peaceful Cities Project are full of joy, super fun, and we really just have a great time!
Perhaps the most significant scientific discovery of our time is that our thoughts, intentions, and emotions are not confined to our brain and body, but they resonate in 'the world out there.' The Global Peaceful Cities Project puts this effect into practice to achieve a more peaceful, sustainable world. If we are to survive and thrive, It's not enough to be peaceful. We must create peace as well. If you want to do something significant to make the world a better place, this is your group.xx