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The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Eleven, Telegram from Gaia Summary

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Chapter Eleven, Telegram from Gaia Summary and Analysis

The notion of a collective consciousness has been on Dean Radin's mind for many years. If, like psychologist William James asserts, the brain reflects a collective intelligence, then does it follow that the larger the number of individuals acting in unison the greater the impact? In the world of quantum physics and The Field, such unity could be referred to as group coherence.

Nelson and the team of Jahn and Dunne test group intention on several different occasions. Armed with laptops which record the REG data, audiences attending large meetings or seminars show profound reactions when there are discussions or matters which pique the interest of the majority of the attendees. It is noted at these large gatherings that when there is one common focus a group quantum "super-radiance" registers on the REG data. Nelson studies sacred...

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