Do you ever want to make a difference in the world but feel too tired and overwhelmed?
Do you ever watch the news and feel discouraged that you can’t change it?
Do you often feel stressed and trapped with life’s challenges?
Then learn how to overcome all these challenges by participating in the Global Peaceful Cities Projects. collection of research projects designed to determine how many trained meditators creating a “coherent state” in their bodies and then focusing peaceful intention outwardly are needed to measurably reduce local violence.
The Global Peaceful Cities Project started when the citizens of Albany, NY gathered in 2013 to promote coherent based meditations through the leadership of founder, Bethany Gonyea, and Karin Reinhold, PhD with the Albany Peace Project. Currently, other cities are beginning to organize around this peace research, including, Boston, MA, Chicago, IL, Calgary, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Mexico City, MEXI, and Schenectady, NY, with more cities joining soon.
Karin Reinhold, PhD Professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the State University of New York at Albany, will be reviewing the violent crime history to determine how much our peaceful intentions have had an impact. ”
Dozens of research studies have demonstrated that focused peaceful intention has a real world impact.
Not only does achieving a coherent state dramatically enhance the lives of individuals, but it has remarkable applications for the workplace. As individuals achieve a coherent state, they are much more likely to work better in groups.