Why We Do It

In the 21st century, new and exciting discoveries are continually suggesting correlations between science and consciousness.  Beyond this, when we compare ancient sciences to modern science, we discover that the increasing number of discoveries in the fields of quantum mechanics, epigenetics and other emerging fields are very similar.

Thousands of Thai Theravada monks meditate for peace.
Thousands of Thai Theravada monks meditate for peace.


Mindfulness practices such as meditation and yoga are being explored by quantum physicists, cognitive and neuroscientists, psychologists and doctors, as well as organizations from the Mind and Life Institute to the Mayo Clinic to HeartMath Institute for its effects on healing, stress reduction and connection to higher consciousness.  The Global Consciousness Project is currently collecting data from random number generators placed around the globe, with the hypothesis that a clear pattern will appear.

Our purpose, our “why we do it,” is to help create a better world by understanding how our global connected consciousness manifests its shared intention, in times of global unity.

Our mission is to create social and environmental harmony through science-based applications of collective consciousness.  We welcome all people and organizations to help us realize our common vision.