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Quantum Physicist Offers Solution to Global Market Meltdown

Calm the acute fear and instability that grips the financial world through collective meditation technologies

The paralyzing fear that is driving volatile global markets to precarious lows can be effectively neutralized and stability can be restored to the U.S. and world economies through implementation of scientifically proven “technologies of consciousness,” which address the crisis at its source and create stability in the collective consciousness of the world.

John Hagelin, Ph.D.

John Hagelin, Ph.D.

This is the timely message from John Hagelin, Ph.D., world-renowned quantum physicist and co-developer of a highly successful unified field theory—or “Theory of Everything”—who serves as executive director of the Global Financial Capital of New York at 70 Broad Street, one block from the New York Stock Exchange.

Dr. Hagelin said large groups of experts practicing these technologies, which include the advanced Transcendental Meditation techniques of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, can be mobilized in New York City and in other global financial centers to defuse stress and fear and create coherent collective consciousness—the basis of a balanced, strong, national and world economy.

Dr. Hagelin said scores of studies have been published in leading scientific journals on the effects of group meditation, which show improved economic stability along with other positive effects in society, including reduced crime and violence.

Meditation is mainstream in America. It is practiced in the boardrooms in some of the nation’s largest companies and financial institutions,” Dr. Hagelin said. “And the National Institutes of Health have awarded tens of millions of dollars to document the benefits of the Transcendental Meditation program for reducing stress and improving brain functioning and cardiovascular health. Now research shows its collective benefits as well.”

Citing principles from “control systems theory,” Dr. Hagelin explained why financial markets are inherently unstable. “A drop in prices triggers fear, which drives prices lower still, which further amplifies the fear. We must break that vicious cycle. According to research, collective meditation eliminates fear in collective consciousness—and brings stability to the markets.”

Dr. Hagelin said that a group of nearly 2,000 advanced experts is now in place at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. He said the influence of coherence generated by this group is helping to calm the nation in the midst of the global crisis, but a larger, more powerful group of 8,000 experts (the square root of one percent of the world’s population) is needed to neutralize worldwide fears and re-establish confidence in the global markets.

The cost to establish this group on a permanent basis, Dr. Hagelin said, would be negligible compared to what has been lost in a single hour during the current financial crisis.