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Science: humans influence devices

Laying on of hands cures cancer in mice

W. Bengston & David Krinsley

This study showed that mice can be cured by laying on of hands. After healing, they also turned out to be immune to cancer! After witnessing numerous cases of cancer remission with a healer who used "laying on of hands" in New York, one of us (W.B.) "learned" techniques that are said to reproduce the healing effect. We obtained five experimental mice with mammary adenocarcinoma (code: H2712; host strain: C3H/HeJ; strain of origin: C3H/HeHu), which had a predicted strain with 100% fatality between 14 and 27 days after injection. Bengston treated these mice for 1 hour per day for 1 month. The tumors developed a 'blackened area' after which they ulcerated, imploded and closed, along with the mice living their normal lifespan. Control mice sent to another city died within the predicted time frame. Three replications using skeptical volunteers (including D.K.) and laboratories at Queens College and St. Joseph's College produced an overall cure rate of 87.9% in 33 experimental mice. An extra informal. A test by Krinsley at Arizona State resulted in the same patterns. Histological studies indicated viable cancer cells in all stages of remission. Reinjections of cancer into the mice in remission in Arizona and New York did not take effect, indicating a stimulated immunological response to the treatment. Their preliminary conclusions: Belief in the laying on of hands is not necessary to produce the effect; there is a stimulated immune response to the treatment, which is reproducible and predictable; and the mice retain immunity to cancer after remission. Future work should include testing for various diseases and conventional immunological research on the effects of treatments on laboratory animals.

Directions to healing

Bill Bengston

This article describes how Bengston managed to cure mice of deadly cancer.

Healing water

W. Bengston & Margaret Nies

Water treated with healing intent provides demonstrable improvement in symptoms for COVID patients. One hundred and sixty patients were randomly assigned to either a treatment or a control group. Both groups were blindly administered sublingual drops of water for one week. The two water formulations are administered sublingually. The treatment group passed through a physical device designed to record and reproduce the healing phenomenon. The control group received sublingual drops of untreated water. During the period, multiple Covid symptoms were measured daily for a week. In addition, several PCR tests were taken. The patients who have the informed water were blindly assessed as having significant improvements on a range of symptoms, and those patients also reported higher levels of general health and fewer positive PCR results. The data from this experiment strongly suggests that 1)water is a good medium for healing healing; 2) the therapeutically prepared in shaped water can be replicated by a physical device and is therefore scalable; 3) mass produced water can have a strong therapeutic effect on Covid; 4) there are no negative ones side effects.

Energized water study

W. Bengston & David Krinsley

Effects of taking energized water. Report describes effects of taking energized water. Results like tumors that shrink or disappear completely, arthritis that is 98% gone, emotional concerns that are resolved. Even the very few who occasionally reported side effects at weeks 4 and 6 accompanied that assessment with dramatic symptomatic relief, and they themselves wondered whether the observed increase in fatigue or pain could be positive in the long term. At the same time, there were two who consistently reported no meaningful change, and thought they might have been given a placebo (they weren't). It is very likely that taking the drops has done a lot of good, plus the drops are safe. An interesting observation is the number of participants who wanted to continue after 8 weeks and wanted to know how they could get more drops.

Healing with intention using tools

William Bengston, Paul Cizdziel, Akane Tanaka, and Hiroshi Matsuda

Exploring the scalability of healing tools. Previous research on “healing with intention” has reasonably demonstrated the validity of the phenomenon, at least in humans healer is present and involved. However, for healing to be incorporated into more conventional therapies, this must be possible be made scalable. The current study tests the effects of a scalable registration of the Bengston Healing Method on 3 cancer models. BalbC mice engrafted with 4T1 breast cancer cells, C57BL mice with melanoma B16 cells, and C3H mice with bladder MBT-2 wells were exposed to a recording of the healing intention for 4 hours/day for approximately 1 month. In the breast cancer model there was significant tumor suppression and a reduction in the anemia marker HCT in treated versus control mice. In the melanoma model, there were no significant differences except for a reduction in platelet counts in the treated mice. For unknown For these reasons, tumor growth never became apparent in the bladder cancer model. Although the effects of the recording appear to vary from piece to piece Exploring the scalability of healing intention and tools. Effectiveness model, there seems to be reason to pursue scalable administration systems in multiple models and with multiple doses.

Energy shipment seems to be a direct response to a need

W. Bengston

This research shows that energy healing is a biological mechanism, a response to a need, rather than an effect of spiritual connection. It could be a basis for removing the 'fuzziness' surrounding energy healing. It seems like a normal response, which may perhaps remove the spiritual 'picture' surrounding it. It is a 'normal reaction of someone to the 'distress' of another.

Magnetic fields during energy healing

W. Bengston

A few studies have reported changes in the magnetic field during bioenergy healing. During healing by laying on of hands and healing at a distance, changes in these fields can be measured. In a pilot experiment, Bengston examined the activity of the magnetic field during hands-on healing and remote healing of mice with experimentally induced tumors. During healing sessions we observed a clear magnetic field oscillations next to the mouse cages, which were similar in appearance to those reported by Zimmerman (1985). The magnetic field oscillations began as oscillations of 20–30 Hz, slowing to 8–9 Hz, then to less than 1 Hz, at at which point the oscillations reversed and increased in frequency, with an overall symmetrical appearance resembling a 'chirp wave'. The waves reached from 1–8 milliGauss peak-to-peak in strength and 60–120 sec in duration. Evidence to date suggests that bioenergy healing may be detectable with DC gaussmeters, although we have not ruled out an artifactual basis for the oscillations reported here.

Resonant water study

Bill Bengston, Margaret Nies, Ted den Ouden, Coen van Veenendaal

This study is the third in a series of clinical social experiments designed to investigate the feasibility of transitioning “healing by intention” from the historically dominant one-to-one delivery method to one that potentially provides a scalable method for greater distribution. One-on-one administration usually involves one healer and a single healed. While there is currently plenty of data showing healing effectiveness of individual healers. The simple reality is that the number of people who need or desire healing far exceeds the number of healers who can provide healing services. If healing through intention can ever become widely available to all who need it, then the development of a reliable and scalable delivery system is necessary. Central to this quest is the development of a technology that can 'store' healing and administer it on demand.

Healing cotton and water

Bill Bengston, Margaret Nies, Ted den Ouden, Coen van Veenendaal

Cotton and water charged with a healing intention both appear to be significantly effective in healing mice with cancer. Energy healing, or healing with intention, is a complementary and alternative medicine that is said to be beneficial to a wide audience variety of circumstances. We are developing a delivery technology for a method previously tested in mouse models of solid tumors (the Bengston method) regardless of the presence of a healer. The purpose of this study was to assess whether stored or recorded energy impacts breast cancer cells in vitro, using energy-charged cotton and electromagnetic recording of healers practicing the method. Expression of genes involved in cancer and inflammatory pathways was measured by quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR). Treatment of cells using energy-charged cotton resulted in statistical results significant changes 1.5-fold change compared to the control, and 68 genes showed statistically significant fold changes. Two genes, ATP citrate lyase (ACLY) and interleukin 1b (IL-1b), were consistently downregulated after 4 and 24 hours of shot exposure, respectively, in 3 independent experiments. Both ACLY and IL-1b were also downregulated in cells exposed to practical delivery of the method. suggesting that these 2 genes are potential markers of healing mode

Healing cotton and water

Bill Bengston, Margaret Nies, Ted den Ouden, Coen van Veenendaal

Cotton and water charged with a healing intention both appear to be significantly effective in healing mice with cancer. Energy healing, or healing with intention, is a complementary and alternative medicine that is said to be beneficial to a wide audience variety of circumstances. We are developing a delivery technology for a method previously tested in mouse models of solid tumors (the Bengston method) regardless of the presence of a healer. The purpose of this study was to assess whether stored or recorded energy impacts breast cancer cells in vitro, using energy-charged cotton and electromagnetic recording of healers practicing the method. Expression of genes involved in cancer and inflammatory pathways was measured by quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR). Treatment of cells using energy-charged cotton resulted in statistical results significant changes 1.5-fold change compared to the control, and 68 genes showed statistically significant fold changes. Two genes, ATP citrate lyase (ACLY) and interleukin 1b (IL-1b), were consistently downregulated after 4 and 24 hours of shot exposure, respectively, in 3 independent experiments. Both ACLY and IL-1b were also downregulated in cells exposed to practical delivery of the method. suggesting that these 2 genes are potential markers of healing mode

Healing cotton and water

Bill Bengston, Margaret Nies, Ted den Ouden, Coen van Veenendaal

Cotton and water charged with a healing intention both appear to be significantly effective in healing mice with cancer. Energy healing, or healing with intention, is a complementary and alternative medicine that is said to be beneficial to a wide audience variety of circumstances. We are developing a delivery technology for a method previously tested in mouse models of solid tumors (the Bengston method) regardless of the presence of a healer. The purpose of this study was to assess whether stored or recorded energy impacts breast cancer cells in vitro, using energy-charged cotton and electromagnetic recording of healers practicing the method. Expression of genes involved in cancer and inflammatory pathways was measured by quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR). Treatment of cells using energy-charged cotton resulted in statistical results significant changes 1.5-fold change compared to the control, and 68 genes showed statistically significant fold changes. Two genes, ATP citrate lyase (ACLY) and interleukin 1b (IL-1b), were consistently downregulated after 4 and 24 hours of shot exposure, respectively, in 3 independent experiments. Both ACLY and IL-1b were also downregulated in cells exposed to practical delivery of the method. suggesting that these 2 genes are potential markers of healing mode

Healing cotton and water

Bill Bengston, Margaret Nies, Ted den Ouden, Coen van Veenendaal

Cotton and water charged with a healing intention both appear to be significantly effective in healing mice with cancer. Energy healing, or healing with intention, is a complementary and alternative medicine that is said to be beneficial to a wide audience variety of circumstances. We are developing a delivery technology for a method previously tested in mouse models of solid tumors (the Bengston method) regardless of the presence of a healer. The purpose of this study was to assess whether stored or recorded energy impacts breast cancer cells in vitro, using energy-charged cotton and electromagnetic recording of healers practicing the method. Expression of genes involved in cancer and inflammatory pathways was measured by quantitative reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (qRT-PCR). Treatment of cells using energy-charged cotton resulted in statistical results significant changes 1.5-fold change compared to the control, and 68 genes showed statistically significant fold changes. Two genes, ATP citrate lyase (ACLY) and interleukin 1b (IL-1b), were consistently downregulated after 4 and 24 hours of shot exposure, respectively, in 3 independent experiments. Both ACLY and IL-1b were also downregulated in cells exposed to practical delivery of the method. suggesting that these 2 genes are potential markers of healing mode

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Little children give automatically

This article describes how small children help others selflessly! They gave their food to others even if they themselves received less or later food as a result. Altruistic behavior involves providing valuable benefits to others at a personal cost. A typical human form of altruistic behavior is handing nutritious food to needy strangers, even when someone desires that food. It is costly to engage in altruistic food transfers, rather than preserving the food, because it reduces the caloric intake of the benefactor relative to the beneficiary. Adult humans exhibit this form of altruistic behavior in times of war and famine, when giving food to others threatens their own survival. Our closest living primate relatives, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus), show notable limitations in their propensity to engage in such food transfer (particularly chimpanzees), although they share many social-cognitive similarities with humans . Here we show that in a nonverbal test, 19-month-old human infants repeatedly and spontaneously transferred high-quality, nutritious natural food to a stranger (Experiment 1) and, more critically, did so after an experimental manipulation that imposed a feeding delay (Experiment 1 ). Experiment 2), which increased their own motivation to eat the food. Social experience variables moderated the expression of this altruistic behavior in children, indicating malleability.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Little children give automatically

This article describes how small children help others selflessly! They gave their food to others even if they themselves received less or later food as a result. Altruistic behavior involves providing valuable benefits to others at a personal cost. A typical human form of altruistic behavior is handing nutritious food to needy strangers, even when someone desires that food. It is costly to engage in altruistic food transfers, rather than preserving the food, because it reduces the caloric intake of the benefactor relative to the beneficiary. Adult humans exhibit this form of altruistic behavior in times of war and famine, when giving food to others threatens their own survival. Our closest living primate relatives, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus), show notable limitations in their propensity to engage in such food transfer (particularly chimpanzees), although they share many social-cognitive similarities with humans . Here we show that in a nonverbal test, 19-month-old human infants repeatedly and spontaneously transferred high-quality, nutritious natural food to a stranger (Experiment 1) and, more critically, did so after an experimental manipulation that imposed a feeding delay (Experiment 1 ). Experiment 2), which increased their own motivation to eat the food. Social experience variables moderated the expression of this altruistic behavior in children, indicating malleability.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Little children give automatically

This article describes how small children help others selflessly! They gave their food to others even if they themselves received less or later food as a result. Altruistic behavior involves providing valuable benefits to others at a personal cost. A typical human form of altruistic behavior is handing nutritious food to needy strangers, even when someone desires that food. It is costly to engage in altruistic food transfers, rather than preserving the food, because it reduces the caloric intake of the benefactor relative to the beneficiary. Adult humans exhibit this form of altruistic behavior in times of war and famine, when giving food to others threatens their own survival. Our closest living primate relatives, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus), show notable limitations in their propensity to engage in such food transfer (particularly chimpanzees), although they share many social-cognitive similarities with humans . Here we show that in a nonverbal test, 19-month-old human infants repeatedly and spontaneously transferred high-quality, nutritious natural food to a stranger (Experiment 1) and, more critically, did so after an experimental manipulation that imposed a feeding delay (Experiment 1 ). Experiment 2), which increased their own motivation to eat the food. Social experience variables moderated the expression of this altruistic behavior in children, indicating malleability.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Little children give automatically

This article describes how small children help others selflessly! They gave their food to others even if they themselves received less or later food as a result. Altruistic behavior involves providing valuable benefits to others at a personal cost. A typical human form of altruistic behavior is handing nutritious food to needy strangers, even when someone desires that food. It is costly to engage in altruistic food transfers, rather than preserving the food, because it reduces the caloric intake of the benefactor relative to the beneficiary. Adult humans exhibit this form of altruistic behavior in times of war and famine, when giving food to others threatens their own survival. Our closest living primate relatives, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus), show notable limitations in their propensity to engage in such food transfer (particularly chimpanzees), although they share many social-cognitive similarities with humans . Here we show that in a nonverbal test, 19-month-old human infants repeatedly and spontaneously transferred high-quality, nutritious natural food to a stranger (Experiment 1) and, more critically, did so after an experimental manipulation that imposed a feeding delay (Experiment 1 ). Experiment 2), which increased their own motivation to eat the food. Social experience variables moderated the expression of this altruistic behavior in children, indicating malleability.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

Helping children altruistic or not

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How hand holding can reduce pain

Pavel Goldstein, Irit Weissman-Fogeld, Guillaume Dumase, and Simone G. Shamay-Tsoory

This study examines the effect of holding hands on pain perception. The findings indicate that holding the hand during pain administration increases synchronization between the brains of both subjects in a network that mainly includes the central organs. Areas of the pain target and the right hemisphere of the pain observer. Furthermore, there was brain-to-brain coupling in this network which appeared to correlate with the magnitude of analgesia and the observer's empathic accuracy. These findings indicate that brain-brain coupling may play a role in touch-related analgesia.

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How you can be unconsciously influenced

Johan C. Karremans, Wolfgang Stroebe, Jasper Claus

In this article you can read how Karremans has shown that subliminal messages can work. This article reports two experiments assessing whether subliminal priming of a drink brand name can influence human taste. choices for the primed brand, and whether this effect is moderated by individuals' feelings of thirst. Both studies showed that subliminal priming of a brand name of the drink (i.e. Lipton Ice) positively influenced participants' choice of, and intention to drink, the drink. primed brand, but only for participants who were thirsty. Theoretical and practical implications of these findings are discussed.

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Differences Dutch. EMDR protocol and Shapiro protocol.

Hellen Hornsveld, Erik ten Broeke and Ad de Jongh

The article describes that the reduction of negative emotions when using eye movements has been previously demonstrated. Although this article has a different purpose: description of effects of original theoretical model EMD. EMDR and AIP model etc., is mentioned in the article, among other things: that EMD(R) can make the traumatic information stored in the neural network accessible and at the same time activates a natural processing system anchored in the hardware, which leads to integration of experiences, reduction of negative emotions and the construction of an adaptive cognitive framework. In this model, EMDR is a kind of catalyst for the restoration of a naturally occurring information processing system.

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Intention influences the growth of seeds

Dr. Gary Schwartz & Lynne Mctaggert

This article makes it clear that when a group of people sends intention energy to seeds, the seeds grow faster. on the days when the intention was sent, the plants grew significantly faster.

Intention affects water

Konstantin Korotkov & Lynne Mctaggert

Lynne Mc Taggert: We have now shown twice that sending an intention to water changes the light signal of that water. When one sends the intention to the water to 'glow' the light signal of that water increases. Compared to untreated control water. This suggests that we have the ability to change the structure of water itself.

Meditation reduces crime by 23.3%

JOHN S. HAGELIN, MAXWELL V. RAINFORTH, DAVID W. ORME-JOHNSON, KENNETH L. CAVANAUGH, CHARLES N. ALEXANDER, SUSAN F. SHATKIN, JOHN L. DAVIES, ANNE O. HUGHES and EMANUEL ROSS

This research clearly shows how our consciousness influences our reality! A meditation project in which 400 people ultimately participated demonstrably reduced crime rates by 23.3%. Many independent parties participated in this investigation, including the FBI.

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Little children give automatically

This article describes how small children help others selflessly! They gave their food to others even if they themselves received less or later food as a result. Altruistic behavior involves providing valuable benefits to others at a personal cost. A typical human form of altruistic behavior is handing nutritious food to needy strangers, even when someone desires that food. It is costly to engage in altruistic food transfers, rather than preserving the food, because it reduces the caloric intake of the benefactor relative to the beneficiary. Adult humans exhibit this form of altruistic behavior in times of war and famine, when giving food to others threatens their own survival. Our closest living primate relatives, chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus), show notable limitations in their propensity to engage in such food transfer (particularly chimpanzees), although they share many social-cognitive similarities with humans . Here we show that in a nonverbal test, 19-month-old human infants repeatedly and spontaneously transferred high-quality, nutritious natural food to a stranger (Experiment 1) and, more critically, did so after an experimental manipulation that imposed a feeding delay (Experiment 1 ). Experiment 2), which increased their own motivation to eat the food. Social experience variables moderated the expression of this altruistic behavior in children, indicating malleability.

Helping children altruistic or not

Margarita Svetlova & Sara R nicols, Celia A Brownel

This research attempts to map how children's prosocial behavior changes during childhood.

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Man influences  device

BRENDA J. DUNNE, ROGER D. NELSON, and ROBERT G. JAHN

People influence devices because they can change the normally fixed outcome of the PC. Although this research does not conclusively show how or in what way humans can influence devices, a significant deviation can be seen. There is clear evidence of significant abnormal separation of the means of the overall right- and left-targeted experimental distributions, correlated with the pre-set goals of the human operators.

People influence devices remotely

BRENDA J. DUNNE, and ROBERT G. JAHN

People can also influence devices remotely, as this research shows. The output distributions of random binary events produced by a variety of microelectronic random and pseudorandom generators, as well as by a macroscopic random mechanical cascade, exhibit small but replicable and statistically significant mean shifts that are correlated with the operators' pre-stated intentions, and contain cumulative performance patterns similar to those of the corresponding local experiments. Effect sizes of individual operators are normally distributed, with the majority of the participants contribute ​​to the total effect. Patterns of specific The count populations are also similar to those found in the corresponding local experiments. The insensitivity of the magnitude and detail of these results to intervention distance and time add credence to a large database of precognitive experiments for remote perception, suggesting that these two forms of anomaly may cause of similar mechanisms of information exchange between human consciousness and random physical processes.

Humans also influence analog devices

R.D. Nelson, G.J. Bradish, R.G. Jahn & BJ Dunne

People can also consciously have effects on analog systems, as this research shows. Although an analog device currently does not demonstrate greater differences than another type of device, the influence is again statistically demonstrable.

Conditions under which the human device is more affected

R. D. NELSON, R. G. JAHN, B. J. DUNNE, Y. H. DOBYNS, AND G. J. BRADISH

In this research, situations and hypotheses are examined that increase the influence of devices. The exploratory work suggests other locations where abnormal effects of group consciousness might be expected, and also identifies a number of situations that do not appear to be conducive to such responses.

Human Influenced interference pattern device

MICHAEL IBISON, STANLEY JEFFERS

Also in this study statistically significant results about the influence of humans on the device. .

Human-device analysis research

R. D. NELSON, R. G. JAHN, Y. H. DOBYNS, AND B. J. DUNNE

The influence of humans on machines has also been proven in this research. Once analyzed, it provides strong evidence that the anomalies are statistically robust; they are not the result of random fluctuations, but are demonstrable correlated with definable subjective factors.

Human/device interaction study

R. JAHN, B. DUNNE, G. BRADISH, Y. DOBYNS, A. LETTIERI, AND R. NELSON, J. MISCHO, E. BOLLER, AND H. BÖSCH, D. VAITL, J. HOUTKOOPER, AND B. WALTER

Even more evidence for the influence of humans on machines. this time through a collaboration of research groups.

A modular model of mind/matter manifestations

ROBERT G. JAHN AND BRENDA J. DUNNE

While ongoing empirical research is being conducted into deviant mind/matter interactions continue to reaffirm the reality of such phenomena have so far failed to stimulate viable theoretical models, or even to propose effective strategies for more productive experimentation. Contrary to prevailing assumptions, reexamination of several large databases from this laboratory casts doubt on whether such effects are caused by direct attention of the conscious mind directed to the observable physical processes. On the contrary, a An alternative route is indicated in which the unconscious and intangible physical mechanisms are invoked to achieve abnormal acquisition of mental information about, or abnormal mental influence on, otherwise inaccessible information. material processes. Implications for more effective experiments include more subtle feedback schemes that facilitate the submission of conscious intention to unconscious mental processing; physical target systems that provide richness of intangible possibilities; operators receptive to such interactions; and an environmental atmosphere that supports the composite strategy. Theoretical requirements include a better understanding of the information dialogue between conscious and unconscious aspects of the mind; more pragmatic formulations of the relationships between tangible and intangible physical processes; And most importantly, a convincing representation of the fusion of mental and material dimensions that makes them indistinguishable at their deepest levels.

Replication of human/device research

Y. H. DOBYNS, B. J. DUNNE, R. G. JAHN, AND R. D. NELSON

Two more hypotheses examined about humans influencing devices.

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Remote sensing

R. D. NELSON, R. G. JAHN, Y. H. DOBYNS, AND B. J. DUNNE

An article about analyzes of remote perception. also called remote viewing. —This article has four purposes: 1) to present for the first time All results of approximately 25 years of research are archived remotely laboratory; 2) to describe all analytical scoring methods developed during the course of this program to quantify the amount of anomalous information acquired in the experiments; 3) to exhibit a ​​remarkable anticorrelation between the objective specificity of these methods and the abnormal yield of the experiments; and 4) discuss the phenomenological and pragmatic consequences of this complementarity. The formal database includes 653 experimental studies conducted in different research phases. The score methods include several sets of descriptor queries that can be addressed both the physical targets and their description by the observers, the reactions which form the basis for numerical evaluation and statistical assessment of the degree of deviating information obtained. Have twenty-four such recipes Binary, ternary, quaternary and ten-level searches were used distributive formats. Treated in this way, the database produces a composite z-score against a probability of 5.418 ( p 5 3 3 102 8 , one-sided). Numerous additional analyzes agree that these overall results are not significantly affected by any of the secondary protocol parameters tested, or by variations in the effectiveness of the descriptors, possible biases on participants' responses, target distance to the observer, or time interval between observation efforts and visits from agents. However, this does occur during the course of the programme a striking reduction in abnormal returns that appears to be related to this with participants' growing attention to, and dependence on, the increasingly detailed descriptor formats and with the associated reduction in the content of the accompanying free-response transcripts. The possibility that there will be more emphasis on objective quantification of the The phenomenon may have somehow hindered its inherently subjective expression is explored in different contexts ranging from contemporary signal processing technologies to ancient divination traditions. There is an intrinsic complementarity suggested between the analytical and intuitive aspects of remote perception process that, like its more famous counterpart in quantum science, entails it is an inescapable uncertainty that limits the extent to which such deviations occur effects can be produced and evaluated simultaneously.

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Systemic perspective explored

Salome Scholtens  · Hedwig Boer  · Lisa Kiltz  · Joke Fleer

A systemic perspective is considered useful in dealing with complex organizational challenges, but its practical implementation can be challenging. A potentially effective method that facilitates the practical application of a systemic perspective may be the systemic perspective Constellation method. This method aims to increase individuals' awareness of their social lives context and to make explicit their tacit knowledge regarding this social context. In recent decades, consultants, coaches and other professionals worldwide have adopted this method, acquired through self-study. However, so far this method has only received little attention from the scientific community and scientific evidence about its effectiveness of the method is limited. There is currently almost no data on professionals who practice the Systemic Constellation Method within organizations or about how and when they apply it. This lack of insight hinders its scientific evaluation and quality assurance. We have collected data from 273 professionals who use this method. Our results confirmed the existence of a diverse and growing international community. Respondents reported that the primary The advantage of using this method is its perceived effectiveness. They found that the method can benefit from a stronger scientific basis. Our results shed light on a potential effective and feasible method for applying a systemic perspective within organizations and provide directions for future research.

Research into the effectiveness of family constellations

Salome Scholtens  · Hedwig Boer  · Lisa Kiltz  · Joke Fleer

This study demonstrates effectiveness, although further research with better quality evidence is recommended. Family/systemic constellations therapy is a short-term group intervention that aims to help clients better understand and then change their conflicting experiences within a social system (e.g., the family). The aim of the current systematic review was to synthesize the empirical evidence on the tolerability and effectiveness of this intervention in improving mental health. Quantitative, prospective studies published in English, German, Spanish, French, Dutch or Hungarian up to April 2020 were searched. Of the 4,197 records identified, 67 were assessed for eligibility, with 12 studies meeting inclusion criteria (10 independent samples; a total of 568 participants). The outcome variables were diverse, ranging from positive self-image through psychopathology to the perceived quality of family relationships. Of the twelve studies, nine showed statistically significant improvement after the intervention. The studies that did not demonstrate a significant treatment benefit were of lower methodological quality. The random effect meta-analysis conducted on five studies of general psychopathology indicated a moderate effect (Hedges' g of 0.531, CI: 0.387–0.676). Authors of seven studies also examined potential iatrogenic effects, and four studies reported small or moderate negative effects in a small proportion (5–8%) of participants that could potentially be related to the intervention. The data collected to date point to family constellation therapy being an effective intervention with significant mental health benefits in the general population; However, the quantity and overall quality of evidence are low.

Research into the effectiveness of family constellations

Salome Scholtens*, Carla Petroll, Carlos Rivas, Joke Fleer, Barna Konkoly Thege

This article was published in the Journal Gruppe. Interaction. Organization.- presents a systematic review of the current empirical evidence of the effectiveness of the systemic constellations method when applied in organizations. Although the systemic constellations method is increasingly used for team coaching, organizational development and transformation processes, scientific evidence about the effectiveness and quality of this method is still scarce. This may hinder the broader implementation of a potentially useful approach. A total of ten electronic databases were searched through January 2020. Multiple languages, qualitative and quantitative designs, and academic and gray literature are included. The search resulted in the identification of 79 potentially relevant publications, of which seven were prospective and 13 were retrospective effectiveness studies in terms of organizational outcomes. Only two of the seven prospective studies used a controlled design. This review concludes that the empirical evidence on the systemic organizational constellation method points toward a potentially effective intervention in the organizational context. However, it is still too early to draw firm conclusions as the number of studies was small and the quality of the studies was generally low. The current systematic review summarizes the literature on the systemic constellations method applied in organizations. It offers coaches and advisors insight into the method from a scientific perspective and describes possible mechanisms of action with regard to the intervention. The results of the review provide a solid foundation for future research and provide directions for new research to support quality improvement and help us better understand the factors that influence effectiveness.

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Human/animal telepathy investigated

Rupert Sheldrake

Dogs know when their owner is coming home
Power of intention explored

Lynne Mctaggert

The intention experiment
About fields of consciousness

Lynne Mctaggert

The field
Connecting with people through space

Rupert Sheldrake

The seventh sense
Neuroscientific view on the power of thought!

Tara Swart

The source
book packed with scientific research on healing

Daniel Benor

Spiritual healing
Connecting with people through space

Rupert Sheldrake

The seventh sense
Neuroscientific view on the power of thought!

Tara Swart

book packed with scientific research on healing

Daniel Benor

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List of PSI scientists

psi-encyclopedia

An overview of scientists

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