"Τhe great irony is that all the religions of the world, for centuries, have been urging their followers to embrace the concepts of faith and belief. Now science, which for centuries has derided religion as superstition, must admit that its next big frontier is quite literally the science of faith and belief... the power of focused conviction and intention. The same science that eroded our faith in the miraculous is now building a bridge back across the chasm it created".

"If I hand you a violin and say you have the capability to use it to make incredible music, I am not lying. You do have the capability, but you'll need enormous amounts of practice to manifest it. There is no difference from learning to use your mind. Well-directed thought is a learned skill. To manifest an intention requires laser-like focus, full sensory visualization and a profound belief. And just like playing a violin, there are people who exhibit greater natural ability than others. Look to history. Look to the stories of those enlightened minds who performed miraculous feats. [...]
And if it feels like an impossible leap of faith, don't look at it a faith. Think of it simply as changing your perspective, accepting that the world is not precisely as you imagine. Historically, every major scientific breakthrough began with a simple idea that threatened to overturn all our beliefs. [...]
Small minds have always lashed out at what they don't understand. There are those who create and those who tear down. But eventually the creators find believers and the number of believers reaches a critical mass and, suddenly, the world becomes round or the solar system becomes heliocentric. Perception is transformed and a new reality is born".

"Multiple minds working in unison magnify a thought's effect exponentially. [...] The idea of universal consciousness is no New Age concept. It's a scientific reality. [...] What is more, it's happening right now. You can feel it all around you. Technology is linking us in ways we could never imagine possible: Twitter, Google, Wikipedia and others - all blend to create a web of interconnected minds"...