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Testimonials

 

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Larry Dossey, MD

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 Continue Reading

July 30, 2017

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Sara Madkour

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!

August 30, 2017

Cynthia Clo

I started to participate in the Global Peaceful Cities Project though the Albany Peace Project, because what teacher would not be interested in lowering violence so our kids can focus more in school?   Cynthia Clo, Recipient of the “Teachers Who Care Award"

August 30, 2017

Beth Suter

If we can get every 8 year old in the world to meditate, there would be an end of violence in one generation.  So, we are trying to start in elementary school, and move on to the middle and high schools. Change happens one person at a time.  If I have gratitude, it just emanates out. Continue Reading

August 30, 2017

Bethany Gonyea, founder, Global Peaceful Cities Project

I did not know that when I founded the Global Peaceful Cities Project I would meet some of the most amazing people.  I have met people who share a lot of my values and who like to be light hearted and have a lot of fun. I had no idea would be having as much Continue Reading

September 2, 2017

Anne Battistoni

I am a volunteer for the Global Peaceful Cities Project because I want to be the change I want to see in the world.

September 2, 2017