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Intriguing Scientific Results from World's Largest Intention Healing Project: DreamHealer
Date:11/25/2009

VANCOUVER, Nov. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Adam DreamHealer's Global Intention Heals Project proved that sending healing intentions changes the physiology of someone at a distance. Over 10,000 participants sent healing intentions at a time unknown to a volunteer who was monitored by a quantitative-EEG. The data was analyzed by world experts in the USA and Canada.

On November 8 in Vancouver, B.C. Adam initiated the world's largest intentional healing experiment. To focus intentions, Adam created a video clip of a specific visualization to be used by all participants, which consisted of lightning bolts creating activity in the subject's brain.

The study found several intriguing differences when comparing quantitative EEG results in the 11-12 Hz range and in the 7.5-8 Hz range. The latter is an extremely interesting finding as these frequencies are referred to as Schumann Resonances, which have previously been hypothesized as being an aspect of the connectivity dynamic underlying remote or distant healing and are also associated with the Earth's electromagnetic field as resonated by lightning strikes.

The 7.5 to 8 Hz frequency noted in the EEG at the time when participants sent intentions using lightning bolt visualizations is similar to actual lightning bolts. Participants created in the volunteer's brainwaves the same frequency as their visualized intention.

Adam, best-selling author, states, "Intentions and thoughts influence health." As a molecular biologist and medical student, he wants to integrate the use of intentions into all modalities of healing, including allopathic medicine. This requires more scientific research, which Adam is proving to be a very achievable goal.

Since 2003 Adam has held large group healing sessions where the collective intention of the group creates the
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