Message in a bottle: Grow, barley, grow!

Lynne McTaggart

I am thrilled to announce that psychologist Dr. Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona is partnering with us to conduct a new Intention Experiment, which will build on all the experiments that we have done thus far.
In this new experiment, we will be using water to ‘send instructions’ to our barley seeds to grow faster and more healthily than normal.
Building on our Germination Experiment
This new study will build on what we’ve learned about water and about intention and seeds thus far. We’ve now run three water experiments, showing that intention has an effect that appears to change the structure of water and we’ve run six experiments which together decisively show that intention can make seeds sprout earlier and grow faster.
With this new experiment, we will test whether we can charge the water used to water the seeds with the intention and whether this will affect the growth of the seeds.
This experiment builds on the work of Canadian psychologist Bernard Grad, who carried out several studies examining whether the mental state and intentions of someone holding the water would affect the growth of plants. In one study he showed that seeds irrigated with water held by a healer had a faster germination rate and growth than controls and in another that water held by psychotics retarded its growth.
We’ll also be giving a firm scientific footing to the work of Masaru Emoto, who carried out many demonstrations showing that water sent love changes its crystalline structure.
Now we’ll test how that water affects the real world. We’re also planning to look at this work in two stages: how intention in water affects short-term germination and growth; and now it affects the plant over time.
We will be setting the date for our experiment for July, so please keep reading.
Your own Intention Experiment: try holding water before you water your plants and send it a positive intention with a specific outcome. Please report your results here.

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Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.

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