Unless and until the TMO can demonstrate with solid evidence that the 1% effect 
works, I don't see it having much chance of gaining any traction. 

 I was simply pointing out, based on my own experience, that the power of 
attention can have remarkable and practical effects in everyday life.

 I don't claim this is a great revelation, or anything that special.

 At the same time, I think it something a bit more subtle than is commonly 
taken into consideration.

 If you want to use this as some evidence against me, I ain't gonna stop you.

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :



 We are free to believe what we like. The TMO are trying to make money by 
claiming an actual physical effect. Still, I guess your response answers my 
question about who the letter was aimed at....

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <mdixon.6569@...> wrote :

 All you have to do is read the comments at the bottom of the Youtube video to 
see what people think of it.A sane person would distance themselves from such 
*nonsense*. I wouldn't be caught dead endorsing yogic flying  and the TMO to 
create world peace. Might pull for it secretly though, kind of like a Muslim 
secretly pulling for a Caliphate.


 From: salyavin808 <no_re...@yahoogroups.com>
 To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com 
 Sent: Sunday, December 13, 2015 11:34 AM
 Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Scientific Solution to Terrorism and War Deaths: 
TM found to reduce them by 70%!

 Any idea why they are bothering with this? It doesn't even mention yogic 
flying so if anyone takes it at face value and does some research, they'll 
instantly find this:



 And that will be that. 

 Anyone looking still further might wonder why we haven't done it anyway if it 
works. And then we can say; we have been doing it. And yagyas too! 

 So why doesn't it work? because it just doesn't. There is no action at a 
distance. None of the research goes anywhere proving that it does. The crime 
rate in Washington didn't fall any further than it randomly fluctuates over the 
year anyway, even the editors of the journal that one was published in weren't 

 And the Lebanon study was even more pointless, does anyone look back at that 
time and wonder why there was a few fewer deaths than expected when there 
people meditating in Jerusalem? Of course not, because there wasn't. You can't 
say that more people would have died if we weren't meditating, how are you 
going to prove it? There are lies, there are damn lies and there are statistics

 If this amazing "technology" caused world peace we'd already have it, aren't 
there 250,000 meditators in South America now? The crime rate in Washington 
would have dropped to nothing if yogic flying worked. The war in Lebanon would 
have stopped. Even if it's as good as the claimed unmeasurable effects, how 
would that help in Syria? 10% fewer beheadings than last month? Wouldn't that 
interfere with Saudi Arabian justice a bit? They won't like that.

 Let's face it, it's a nice idea - one of the best, but if they can't even 
explain how it might work by any known mechanism let alone demonstrate that it 
does it's dead in the water. Perhaps that's why this advert is heavy on 
promises and light on explanation?

 Fess up guys, if it worked the amount of meditators, yagyas and pundits all 
over the world would have had us all dancing in the streets by now, but we 
appear to be stuck with having to come up with actual solutions for problems 
rather than hoping some stirrings of bliss in some mythical unified field will 
magically save the world.

 I convert for evidence, but I aint ever seen none for magic, nor even had it 
explained how it might work.

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <dickmays@...> wrote :

 Published scientific studies show TM and advanced practices reduce war deaths 
and terrorism by more than 70%. (See the journals and statistics below in the 
middle column.)




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