For many years, I’ve been carrying out my own informal experiments with water in my Power of Eight workshop groups, intrigued by scientific evidence suggesting that water is a tape recorder. My experiments had evolved from a demonstration conducted by Dr Melinda Connor of the University of Arizona, which entailed asking 10 members of the audience to spend 30 minutes in meditation, mentally sending a word (for an object like ‘dog’) into a small, empty baby-food jar filled with water.
At one point, after witnessing thousands of people being healed in Power of Eight groups or as part of my large Intention Experiments, I began to consider that another powerful force might be responsible for all the miracles that I hadn’t accounted for: the rebound power of praying for other people. If the healing effects experienced by my participants were some sort of by-product of altruism, what would cause the rebound effect?
For nearly 10 years, I’d been trying to discover why Power of Eight groups are so powerful, not only for the receivers but also for the senders. And in April 2015, I got my opportunity, when Dr. Guy Riekeman, then president of Life University, the world’s largest chiropractic university, volunteered the university’s services to study what was going on in my Power of Eight groups.
Here I am with Kenny Au, founder of Luxsens, who writes about artificial intelligence, blockchain, security and sustainability, and who was part of a panel I participated in during Conscious Life Expo with Barbara Marx Hubbard. https://t.co/6D3G0yPohY
Betsy Chasse, one of the producers of What The Bleep Do We Know!? has produced a new film, The Empty Womb. It will premier in NY on March 12th at the Women Illuminated Film Festival in parallel to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women: http://bit.ly/2EDRTlV. https://t.co/lgre6mjdUm
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