Group Consciousness Processing

Article by Heidrun Beer (08-10/1999)

Copyright (c) 1999 - all rights reserved

This article is intended for printing after a period of evaluating feedback. Editing is still in progress. Write to if you want to share your ideas!

-  Group Consciousness Incident Examples  -

This chapter is compiled from events which have actually happened. If you want to contribute your experiences, please send them to! They will be added to the list with a brief analysis based upon group-consciousness principles.

Synchronization failure in Performance. The performance levels of the car, the support team and the driver were well synchronized - until the driver's performance dropped for a moment in a location which was touchy enough to cause the car to slide off the road. With that, the race was over for him and the victory lost.

This has happened to world-champion Mika Hakkinen in the Monza 1999 formula 1 race, where he was leading until he lost control of the car. His intense feelings of failure and pain were broadcasted to the whole world by cameras from a helicopter. The sudden difference in performance levels can be compared with a muscle injury, where some stronge muscle fibres tear apart some weaker muscle fibres.

It is interesting to note that synchronization failures in performance have been caused by his support team in earlier races. For those in the team who have group consciousness capabilities these failures were equally painful. It does not really count which individual in the compound causes the failure - they are all "part of myself" and the pain is felt by the whole compound.  

This situation has happened (name and circumstances known to the author). Aside from planning mistakes in the processing center - which can easily be explained without stressing group consciousness principles - it is interesting to observe that nobody in this center reacts to the pain which this client feels, because after having supported the center with so much money, they let him down in a situation where he really needs their advice.

This client has "multi-cell" capabilities. After a connection has been established, he believes that the people in the center will act upon the need he is expressing. In a situation of partial spiritual illiteracy, he is not aware of the difference in "single-cell" and "multi-cell" behaviour characteristics. He experiences the non-reaction of the center as a betrayal, whereas for them it is completely in order: as he has not paid for more services, they are not obliged to come up with the help he needs.

Being "single-cell" individuals, they do not feel this client's pain and so no urge to assist him will result from his e-mails.




- oder lesen Sie mehr auf unserer

- or return for more information to our

This page last changed on: 30. Mrz 13