“Psychic Internet Experiment” Will Attempt To Remotely Influence G-8 Summit Leaders to "Make Poverty History"

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A meditation expert from the UK is conducting an experiment in which Web site visitors will be asked to take part in a meditation to psychically influence leaders of the G-8 summit to make poverty history.

Meditation expert Matt Clarkson from the UK is conducting an experiment in which Web site visitors will be asked to take part in a meditation to psychically influence leaders of the G-8 summit to make poverty history.

The experiment has been designed to coincide with the G-8 summit being held at Gleneagles where poverty in Africa and the issue of global warming will top the agenda.

Visitors to the Web site http://www.ThinkAndMakePovertyHistory.com will be taken through a 15-minute guided meditation that involves the use of their emotions, their imagination and the focusing of their will and intent to apparently make real changes in the world.

The thinking behind the experiment can be traced to Napoleon Hill, author of the best-selling book, “Think and Grow Rich.” In the book, Dr. Hill talks about what we now refer to as “The Law of Attraction” and the belief that whatever we think and feel in our hearts and minds becomes our tangible reality. Dr. Hill also argued that people throughout the world are in fact universally connected at a sufficiently deep enough level of consciousness.

About Matt Clarkson

Matt Clarkson is the editor of SpiritualGrowthMonthly.com and author of the book and home study program, “Secrets of Meditation, Health and Manifestation.” He first became involved in personal development nearly a decade ago when he began studying Qigong and Kung Fu. During that time he has been fortunate enough to study with some of the most gifted and skilled teachers in the world. Each month, he interviews an expert in the field of personal development and provides a guided meditation for his subscribers.

For more information, please visit http://www.ThinkAndMakePovertyHistory.com

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