Breakthrough Results

Groundbreaking Research | Psychoenergetics

Professor Tiller et al has conducted studies which combine the science of physics, energy and psychology. They have found that a specific intention can be imbued into a very low energy electrical device. From there, it can then be energetically broadcast remotely across any distance. When sent to your home, this process “conditions” your living space and has been shown in prior studies to assist in obtaining greater emotional and mental health.

The outcomes from the one year study of the Self-Compassion Intention program were documented in the dissertation “The effects of Intention-Broadcasting on self-compassion in adults” Gabriele Hilberg, PhD, of Merraki Institute; Daniel C. Harner, PhD, of Health and Healing Clinic, Sedona, AZ; Nisha J. Manek, MD, of Kingman Regional Medical Center, AZ; William A. Tiller, PhD, of Tiller Institute, Payson, AZ, published in 2015, with the Abstract and Outcomes documented below:

Background: Based on contemporary physics data, human intention has significant effects on living systems. The objective of this pilot study was to examine the impact of Intention-Broadcasting (IB) on self-compassion in adults over the course of 1-year.

Methods: A total of thirty-one subjects were enrolled. The primary outcome measure was the Self-Compassion Scale (SCS). Secondary outcomes were anxiety (STAI), depression (SDS), Self-Esteem (RSES). All outcome measures were completed at baseline and at monthly intervals for twelve months. The intention was broadcast from a single location in Arizona to subjects located around the world to improve self-compassion.

Results: Statistical analysis validated our hypothesis that self-compassion would improve over time (p < .001). Additionally, results from all but one of the six self-compassion subscales demonstrate improvement: self-kindness (p < .001), self-judgment (p < .001), common humanity (p < .001), isolation (p < .001), mindfulness (p > .05), and over-identification (p < .001). Depression scores diminished over time (p < .001) whereas self-esteem improved (p < .001). No adverse reactions were reported.

Conclusion: Pilot data from this first observational study suggest that Intention Broadcasting may be a viable intervention for the improvement of self-compassion. The results show a proof of concept of human intentionality efficacy. Intention Broadcasting may be a viable alternative or complementary treatment to customary mind-body modalities currently in use for improving self-compassion.


Mean Difference Scores and 95% CI for the SCS, SDS, STAI, and RSES Across All Time-Points.
Note: CIs not intersecting Zero (Dotted Line) denotes that paired mean difference is statistically significant at p < .05 or below.


Mean Differences (95% CI) for All Time-Points of the Six SCS Subscales.
Note: CIs not intersecting Zero (Dotted Line) denotes that paired mean difference is statistically significant at p < .05 or below.


Summary Dissertation Conclusion:

Intention Broadcasting is not reliant on local-causal means of intervention of Era I (biomedicine) and is designed to eliminate the customary one-to-one interaction between clinician and client that exists in mind-body approaches of Era II. While IB can be used as a stand-alone therapy, it is our current working hypothesis that IB, as an Era III modality, is best used as a complementary approach in addition to biomedicine and mind-body interventions.

IB is a promising new health-care intervention. It bypasses the conscious minds of its consumers. Hence it is easy-to-administer and imposes very little demand and client-burden. The intentions used in this project are considered harmless insofar as the intention was created so that it cannot impact a persons’ physical or psychological reality if it is not in concert with the person’s overall purpose. In essence, there was no risk or harm.

Preliminary evidence suggests that IB for self-compassion deserves further investigation by means of more informative pragmatic clinical trials.

   - "The effects of Intention Broadcasting on Self-Compassion in Adults" (Gabriele Hilberg, PhD, William A Tiller, PhD, Nisha Manek, MD, Daniel Harner, PhD)

Two other landmark studies explored the application of these principles and have been published:

  • Reduction of Anxiety and Depression (Tiller & Reed, 2005) and
  • Natural Healing of Autism (Tiller & Miller, 2013)

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