1 Giant Mind & The Earth Harp at LIB
Posted by: Y2
1 Giant Mind will be conducting a mass meditation session and experiment at LIB on Sunday, July 14th. During the meditation William Close will be playing his Earth Harp, using subtle harmonics to help take the meditation participants deep into non thought.
Scroll down for info on how to sign up and participate in the research 1 Giant Mind is doing at LIB.
1 Giant Mind is a global non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education and scientific research into the benefits of meditation.
The 1 Giant Mind Mission
To reduce the impact of the global stress epidemic and its effects on health and wellbeing, society and culture, the workplace, economy and the world at large through:
- promoting the practice and benefits of meditation
- teaching as many people as possible how to meditate
- advancing scientific research into the practice of individual and collective meditation
- motivating 100 million people worldwide to regularly practice meditation by 2020.
- Visit The Moral Molecule to learn more about Dr.Zaks discoveries. (link: http://www.
- Watch Dr.Zak’s Ted talk at TED Global. (Link: http://www.ted.com/
We Need You
Its as easy as turning up to the main stage 40 mins before the mass meditation experience with 50 others and allow us to take a little blood from a professional Phlebotmist. You will then participate in the mass meditation with thousands of others. Straight after the meditation you will be asked to give a little more blood and then you are free to play.
Simply register below to be a volunteer include you contact details and we will send you everything you need to know.
In the ancient wisdom traditions, there has been an understanding that when we collectively unite in action, intention and/or prayer, we exponentially increase the effect of that intent or action. This experiment wishes to scientifically examine this idea.
Thinking outside of the square, Dr. Zak and 1 Giant Mind are exploring new ways to inspire biological transformations that translate to more loving and empathetic human beings.
Our mind states are essentially governed by our brain states and the chemistry that we produce from moment to moment. Our ability to increase our capacity to live more fulfilling, meaningful and connected lives, depends largely on us understanding how the brain works and what causes it to produce certain chemistry that promotes different responses and behaviour.
There is a growing body of scientific evidence that shows that meditation provides a range of positive outcomes including reduced stress and increased health and wellbeing, enabling people to feel more connected to themselves and others. To learn more about the science behind meditation visit www.1GiantMind.org/