The Million Dollar Project

by admin Dec 5, 2005 2 Comments

Filed under: Meditation

I came across Steve Palina’s Million Dollar Project in a post from Alvin at about a week back. At first I was skeptical, but then I started to wonder about the effects of multiple minds working in parallel on a single intention, and whether this leads to some kind of propagation of thought through a medium that is invisible to us, eventually creating a unified mind.

It caught my interest, however, still being skeptical; I decided to wait for a positive sign from Alvin’s own test of the Million Dollar Project before I joined the experiment.The Million Dollar Project The positive sign finally came in a post he made yesterday, and as a result my test starts today, and I am going to give it a try for the next 30 days, and post my progress here.

The project requires one to take at least 60 seconds in a day to think about the following intention:

“In an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way, in its own perfect time, for the highest good of all, I intend $1,000,000 to come into my life and into the lives of everyone who holds this intention.”

I have a feeling more than my far fetched idea of a unified mind, this has got more to do with meditating on a single intention, that the focus of ones mind becomes that intention, and as a result one would unintentionally think of making money on every action they take. Just a thought, let’s see how this turns out.


  • Alvin

    Dec 6, 2005 | 12:03 pm

    Hi Karmadude!

    Interesting that you waited for a positive sign from me before you started. There are lots of positive signs mentioned on Steve’s blog from people who started getting results a lot sooner than I did.

    In fact, I thought that it probably wasn’t going to work for me, until I got chided by my fellow life coach and co-writer, Pete, that doubting myself would weaken my intentions, and instead of doing it just to see what happens, I should do it to make it happen.

    A subtle difference, but I think it made all the difference.

    Best of karma to you 😉 and I’ll look forward to your own accounts of this experiment!

  • A dude

    Dec 9, 2005 | 6:18 pm

    Causation and assignment of cause are probably very different. Nevertheless we only see assignment and so it’s easy enough to assign any monetary gains to this very odd intention!

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