22 February 2004
Bioenergies Application to Cut Flowers Experiment
By: Tim Conway
To investigate how intentional bioenergy application affects cut, wilting flowers.
To motivate practice of basic mobilization of bioenergy exercises
To increase one’s awareness and control of vital energies and resultant multifaceted effects including:
Awareness of how Bioenergies affect the way we participate and experience our own current reality
Relations of Bioenergies to mnemonics (extraphysical events, holomemory)
Method: To have a factor-controlled environment that will allow for the variable of bio-energy application to hold visible difference, ceteris paribus (all other factors will be held constant), in the appearance of cut flowers after time.
- Carbon Dioxide Exposure: In this setup, human exhalation should not be a significant factor.
- Human Proximity: This variable, itself controversial, may be tested in a posterior phase of the study.
- Age & Origin: To assure maximal similarity, the cut flowers should be picked from the same batch (age, origin).
- Technique Utilized: For this study, any technique can be used, but the physical positioning must be identical.
(note: which chakras or methods were employed should be detailed by the participant.)
- Distance between Jars: If too far – less constant conditions; if too close – unintentional cross-application of
- Type of Jars: In face of uncertainty regarding “Bioenergies capacitance,” the three groups should use identical jars.
- Thosene: According to the concept of thosene, the quality of energies would be affected by type of emotions or
sentiments and thoughts or intentions.
- Temperature: average daily temp and humidity will be recorded and will be constant for all groups.
- Hours exposed: each group will receive the same amount of natural and artificial light.
- Flower type: for this experiment carnations will used (note: for future experimenters any type of flower will do).
- Color of Flowers: For this study, the flowers should have the same color (white, for will discoloration contrast)
- Humidity: The ambient humidity of the room will affect the flowers virtually the same. Attention should be placed to proximity to air conditioned vents.
- Nutrition: The same amount of nutrition (none) and water will be used for all groups.
Three groups consisting of four flowers each.
Experiment Group: Which will receive direct, intentional bioenergy exteriorization.
Buffer Group: Control group nearest the experiment group.
Control Group: Control group farthest from the experiment group.
For this phase of exploratory investigation, each experimenter’s setup may be different, but the 3 groups of their individual experiments should be identical. Details regarding the aforementioned variables should be logged as well as any observations or sensations noted.
Photography of flowers:
All pictures should be dated (Log the time and date each picture is taken)
- Start picture: picture taken at beginning of experiment to visually document the setup.
- Progress picture: a picture should be taken every other day, starting – at least – on the 5th day, in order to identify the rate of decay of the groups.
- End picture: A picture should be taken as each group is completely wilted. To establish definitive and comparable rates.
Note: A digital camera is preferred for real time quality inspection.
Description of Application of Bioenergies:
- Closed Circuit: A vibrational state is induced for 5-8 minutes prior to application.
- Reception: Bio-energies are received through the frontal and crown chakras.
- Release: Bio-energies are willed down and out through hand chakras. Hands are approximately 1”-2” away from flowers.
- Time and duration: At lest of sum a 15 minutes daily
NOTE: It is imperative that all factors be held constant. If a change is made to one group, the same change must be done to the others.
What is a significantly anomalous result?
In the true scientific spirit, you should gather, consider, and not negate ANY result regardless of how you feel
about the outcome. Variables for measuring the result qualitatively and quasi-quantitatively:
- Temporal: difference in days until complete wilted condition
- Physical (wilt):
o Change in color
o Change in size
o Biological decay
Reference: VIERA, Waldo, “Projectiology” International Institute of Projectiology and Conscientiology, Rio De Janeiro, RJ-Brazil; 2002 pg 584