Science Solving the Mystery of Miracles?Miracles happen. Really. Illness vanishes overnight, solutions to dire problems emerge unexpectedly. Enough scientists have now studied the issue that many no longer call them miracles.
Miracles happen. Really.
Illness vanishes overnight, solutions to dire problems emerge unexpectedly. Most of us have either heard of such events or experienced them first hand.
Historically, science has written off such events as coincidence or simply called them anomalies (as though that is somehow a legitimate explanation), or merely looked the other way. Skeptics abound and are quick to blame the experiencer of miraculuous events for making it all up. In a very few cases, miraculous events are no more than delusions or mass hysteria.
A few brave scientists have noticed the anomalies and posed the question – “What are they?” Enough thinking people have now asked the question, sought and obtained an answer. As a result, a new version of reality is emerging in which miracles are not anomalies but expected events.
Science has clearly demonstrated that we are energy-information beings who exist in a vast energy-information field. Hundreds of studies have shown that human thought can have an influence on energy-information fields. The result is observed as miraculous events – spontaneous healing, remote viewing, tele-kinesis, pre-cognition, etc. These studies were conducted at Stanford Research Institute, Duke University, University of Las Vegas, Princeton’s PEAR Lab.
This weekend some of the world’s leading scientists and miracle makers will be converging on San Francisco at the World Congress on Qigong where there will be presentations on the latest scientific studies and Qigong healing techniques. Super-human feats of strength will be performed and a great deal of spontaneous healing is expected to occur.
The world’s leading parapsychologist, Stanley Krippner will be giving a presentation. Another presentor is Rustum Roy, Director of Penn State’s prestigious Materials Lab, with five professorships. Prof. Roy is the author of over 1,000 papers, book and articles. Bay Area Scientist Beverly Rubick will also be presenting. On hand will be the whos-who of Chinese medicine and Qigong. The event is endorsed by a long list of leading alternative medical research organizations, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, Senator Tom Harkin and Assemblyman Leland Yi. It is co-sponsored by the Chopra Center, Andrew Weil and the New York State University.
The event runs Friday, Nov. 18th through Tuesday, Nov. 21. at the Golden Gateway Holiday Inn.
For more information visit www.qigongcongress.com or call 415-285-9400.