Reality Is Determined by Collective Networks of Observers
Dr. Joe Dispenza | 09 October 2021
Every time people interact with information, it produces changes in their biology. As they learn new information, we could say that this information becomes a part of their mind or consciousness. Research now shows that enough people sharing the same level of consciousness—a collective network of observers—actually determines reality.
Additionally, consider that when there is a highly charged emotional component present, such as fear, prejudice, anger, aggression, or resentment, we become more suggestible to information. Why? The more we are altered emotionally, the more we pay attention to the cause. In other words, information only becomes relevant when it’s equal to the emotion we are experiencing.
With the biggest commodity in the world now being information, when you get the attention of the greatest number of people who agree on the same information, you create a collective consciousness. This collective network of consciousness (or unconsciousness) determines how everyone accepts—and thus creates—reality. But in truth, it is only a perception of reality. That’s how conventional beliefs are created.
When people accept, believe, and surrender to information that's equal to their emotional state, they become subconsciously programmed. Whether the information is accurate or false, by flooding people with strongly charged emotional information, in time, they can be primed into believing anything. This is the science of the programming process. By influencing people to accept, believe, and surrender to information without analyzing it, they can be induced to think, choose, behave, experience, and/or feel in certain ways. Through this process, you can influence people to believe anything—consciously or subconsciously.
From this perspective, beyond the context of the programming process, the questions then become:
- Is it the greatest collective number of observers who are creating reality?
- Is it the intensity of the emotion that determines the most effective collective network?
- Is it possible that a smaller, but more highly coherent collective network of observers—who practice brain and heart coherence—are equally, or more effective, at influencing reality?
Our research team has been curious to know. Thus, as we revisited and refined these questions, we began exploring bigger ones such as: could a smaller collective network of people who actually understood the most recent scientific information about the physics and biology of consciousness—who continually practice heart and brain coherence—produce effects upon the external world? Could this smaller network of hyper-coherent people produce different effects upon reality than the collective consciousness? Could we program people into love, rather than fear? Could we program a collective consciousness into becoming more unlimited and sovereign, instead of limited and dependent? These are fundamental questions. They are also the reasons why, at our events, we’ve begun using random event generators to observe and measure whether we can actually cause so-called random events to be more intentional and less random, thus demonstrating how consciousness is the biggest part of the reality equation.
To further elaborate, a random event generator is a device that acts like a coin tossing machine, generating a series of “heads or tails” outputs. The more you toss the coin, the results tend to average 50% heads and 50% tails. In our Denver Week Long Advanced Retreat this year, we conducted a variety of scientific research studies. One in particular was using two random event generators during the three sessions of our Coherence Healing™. Each generator tossed the coin one thousand times in one second. The results it produced were compelling. In all three measurements, as a group our collective consciousness influenced the events to be less random and more intentional.
If people are living in fear and they're believing information based on the emotional state of fear, they'll tend to be more reliant on something outside of them to take away that fear, to relieve them of their anxiety, or to alleviate the problem. That’s what they have been informed to believe.
Our message is actually the opposite: by providing people with empowering information, void of highly charged emotional stimulation based on the stress hormones which elicit a survival response, and teaching them how to live with love and attain greater levels of consciousness—we can create novel solutions to complex problems. And we don't have to rely on any “thing” or any “one” outside of us. That's what this work is all about.
Based on how, during our retreats, we have measured and observed changes in people's biology in just seven days, we're discovering new truths about human beings that tell a very different story. So let me leave you with this question: If we discovered that we could be less reliant on things outside of us to determine our reality, why wouldn’t we make that choice?
Although we are in the early stages of our research around this topic, we have measured a smaller collective network of observers who have begun to master brain and heart coherence and change their bodies, produce effects in their immediate environment—their reality—and change their future timeline.
Personally, I think that’s how we change the world. The coming of a new consciousness is not one person but a collective consciousness.