I just received information about a fascinating study carried out by Francesca McCarney, Ph.D., a teacher of professional intuitives at the Academy of Intuitive Studies and Intuition Medicine. She was inspired to create this study in 2000, when one of her students of healing and the American-based mentor, began to encapsulate’ healing intention to the other in emails.
After a time, they discovered that their healing energy was having an effect at the time intended by the sender – regardless of when it was sent and the fact that it was sent from thousands of miles away.
“When the student would read the text message with the information describing the healing action that the mentor had facilitated, she became aware that she began to feel the changes while she read the message, or realized that she had already received the pertinent energy-information previous to reading the actual email message,” writes Francesca.
For Francesca’s own study she asked a professional intuitive to encapsulate three healing energy treatments into a CD-ROM, which held a text email message. In the study, Francesca created four different email treatments, three with healing energy encapsulated into it and one without.
Each of the 88 test participants received one of the three energy emails and one ‘no energy’ email, via a computer program, which randomly transmitted the emails. Their job was to detect and identify those emails with the encapsulated healing energy, and which type, and to discern which emails had no energy embedded in it. The participants were to use one or more intuitive skills (such as telepathy) to intuit the kind of
healing energy in the email.
Overall, the participants correctly identified the emails 31.9 per cent of the time. Since they had a 25 per cent chance of success through pure chance, scientists would consider it highly significant
Your intention Experiment via email
Here’s a fun experiment that you can carry out with your friends or loved ones. Try to embed a simple intention - even word like ‘dog’ — by Powering Up first, meditating on the word and then embedding the thought into your email. Don’t actually write the word in your email.
Send the email to your friend, explaining what you have done, and see if he or she can guess the word. Have them Power Up first, and then try to feel the word.
Please write in with any results here.