Last week’s experiment was a huge success. In three days I released a total of 1.1kg. I didn’t change the way I ate or exercised, just sent positive thoughts to my food. In fact, I went a little crazy and sometimes I even sang to my food. The Beatles, “All you need is love” was sang in all its glory to some of the food I was about to eat, which also made me laugh, resulting in sending more positive vibes.
The funny thing is, my food actually started tasting better. A few days ago my husband and I sat down to eat a meal. It wasn’t an unusual meal for us as we often have it, however, there was definitely a difference. I enjoyed every mouthful and couldn’t wait to eat dessert (which was a rainbow of colours, fruit salad). It was exquisite. My husband even commented on how this particular meal was delicious, even though we have eaten it a thousand times before. I put it down to sending the food constant thoughts of love and nourishment.
This, I have decided, it about to become a ‘habit’ for me. If food can taste better and I can release weight with nothing more that positive thoughts sent to my food, I’d be crazy not to keep it up!!
How did everyone else go?
This week is all about proving how each of us is connected to everything and everyone in the Universe.
I had just finished reading the eighth chapter from E-Squared by Pam Grout and synchronously turned to look at the clock to check the time. It read 22:22. I laughed out loud. If you want to know the meaning behind that one, you will need to read the chapter, page 131 to be exact.
“After this experiment, you’ll discover that synchronicity, a phenomenon people regularly shrug off with a “Wow! What a weird coincidence,” is nothing but experimental proof of the interconnectedness of all things.” – Pam Grout, E-Squared
This next experiment will be all about sending someone a message, not through talking or emailing but rather through non-locality. That is when two particles behave synchronously with no intermediary.
A good example of this is, my husband was on his way home from work. I was getting dinner ready and thought to myself how much I would love a chocolate bar. We didn’t have any in the house but I really, really felt like one. I shrugged it off. When my husband arrived home, he took a chocolate bar out of his pocket and handed it to me. I asked him “What made you bring this home?” he responded with “I was driving and all of a sudden I thought you might like a chocolate bar, so I pulled into the service station and bought you one.” I laughed and told him how I had just been thinking how much I felt like a chocolate bar. We worked it out and it was exactly at that time that he pulled into the service station. It is a great example of non-locality as I ‘sent’ a message, not through phoning or texting, just with my thoughts and he picked up on it and responded. A bit like telepathy!!
Stories like this happen often between my husband and I.
“We’ve now got a demonstrably more accurate model that proves that one object, without being anywhere near a second object, can influence the second object. Unfortunately, most of us still persist in hanging on to the old ‘chain-of-events’ worldview, even though physicists have demonstrated time and time again that once an atom has been in the proximity of another atom, it will be influenced (or entangled) by that atom no matter how far away it travels.” Pam Grout, E-Squared
When I was living in London, I had decided to go out with a friend shopping as there was a festival happening right at the end of my street and I wanted to get away from it all. My boyfriend was visiting his family in Switzerland (he’s now my husband) and my parents were a world away back in Australia. My friend and I decided to visit Argos. When we had finished, my friend urged me to take a catalogue home. I didn’t fancy walking around London with a heavy, large catalogue and declined. She was very adamant and finally I gave in and carried the ridiculous catalogue around with me.
I said goodbye to my friend, hopped on the tube and travelled back home. After exiting the tube station, I made the long walk towards my apartment. There were so many people, it was more like shuffling along than walking. There was a commotion just ahead and people were screaming. They started pushing and going back the way I had already been. It was at that moment that I saw the police in all their riot gear, pushing people back with their huge shields. Everyone was screaming and pushing. Then a person was shot. I saw it happen and couldn’t believe it. I don’t believe the police shot him, I believe someone in the crowd shot him. Things went out of control, people went berserk. They started throwing things at the police, screaming and punching. I was petrified, not believing I was stuck in the middle of this and tried my best to escape the situation. I pushed my way to the side of the crowd and all of a sudden I was grabbed and shoved into an alleyway. It was a man who decided now would be a good time to take advantage of a woman. He threw me into the wall and started to grope. Something inside me took over and I realised why I had carried the ridiculous catalogue. I brought it up and whacked him with it. He stumbled back and I ran back into the crowd.
We got pushed back so far, that I found myself on a bridge and the police were not allowing us to cross it. I didn’t know what I was going to do, this was the only way home. I thought about my parents and my boyfriend and wished there was someone that could help. I couldn’t call them as it was so noisy that I wouldn’t have been able to hear them.
Hours later, I found my way back home. I ran up the stairs, closed the door and collapsed on the floor in tears. A mixture of relief after the adrenaline and thanking my lucky stars that really, nothing had happened to me. I thought of my friend and the catalogue and thanked her out loud. It was one of the scariest things that happened whilst in London. I knew I had to call my parents. This is when my Mum told me that she had a terrible feeling earlier, that she knew something was wrong. She wanted to call but somehow knew that if I couldn’t answer, she would be even more worried. This was when I thought of my parents and knew I couldn’t call them due to the noise.
This is another perfect example of non-locality and entanglement. I influenced my mother even though she was half-way across the planet. There were no phone calls, texts or telegrams….just me sending out a message. My mother knew that something awful was happening, she can’t explain it, she tells me, she just knew.
I have heard plenty of people tell similar stories, now finally we understand better about why it happens and how it can happen.
This is very similar to “The Intention Experiment” by Lynne McTaggart. The largest mind over matter experiment in history. Visit the website to take a look http://www.theintentionexperiment.com.
Now for the experiment. Taken directly from Pam Grout’s E-Squared.
Here are the steps:
- Choose your target. While it’s certainly possible to send a message to practically anyone, I suggest choosing someone you’ve already met. Bruce Rosenblum, professor of physics at the University of California-Santa Cruz, claims that once you’ve met someone and shaken that person’s hand, you are forever entangled.
- Choose what kind of action or response you want. The more specific you can get, the better. Be very clear about your agenda. For my most recent experiment, I sent a message to my partner Jim: “Bring home a loaf of bread.”
- Place your target in front of your mind’s eye.
- “Be” with your target by embodying and experiencing your connection. Words are often an ineffective way to get a message across. Engage all your senses. And believe in your message.
To make it more effective and to add a little fun, shower your target with good thoughts. Send them incomparable blessings. Think about them winning the lottery, getting a date with Channing Tatum, winning a trip around the world.
Lab Report Sheet
The Principle: The 101 Dalmatians Principle
The Theory: You are connected to everything and everyone else in the universe.
The Question: Can I send a message to someone without being in that person’s presence?
The Hypothesis: If during the next two days, I telepathically send a specific message to a specific person, I will get evidence that he or she received it.
Time Required: 48 hours.
The Approach: Okay, FP, I’m hearing the melody from The Twilight Zone playing the background, but I’m willing to suspend judgement just this once to see if this might be one of those mysterious aspects of quantum physics. What say you?
Today’s Date: Time:
End of Experiment.
I look forward to hearing your results.
As always, have fun and immerse yourself in joy!!!