Dr. Garland Landrith is a psychologist, health and nutritional advisor, life coach, spiritual mentor, and self-hypnosis and meditation teacher. He was among the first to scientifically document that what "we think inside can have a profound influence on the outer world."
In his pioneering published research studies, it was found that what groups of individuals think (group meditation) can actually improve the quality of life in the city they live in, by lowering crimes, auto accidents, and suicides. He has authored a series of scientific studies that have been published in numerous scientific journals and has been subjected to peer-review to authenticate these amazing findings.
Psychologist Dr. Garland Landrith, whose research was cited in the movie What the Bleep, discussed how inner thoughts can alter the physical realm through various methods including mass consciousness experiments, prayer, and "tapping" techniques. First hour guest, computer security expert Kevin Mitnick commented on the WikiLeaks outage and related tech issues. ... More »Host: George Noory
Dr. Garland Landrith discussed quantum physics and mass consciousness. Based on his research he has concluded we have the ability to help make this world a better place through our thoughts. ... More »Host: Art Bell