December 1, 2010

Morphic Resonance and the Power of the Mind

The concept of intelligence existing "outside" the physical confines of a living organism has been hard for the scientific community to accept, but over the past 5-10 years, hard evidence has been gathered which is having its effect on the scientific skeptics.

British physicist, Rupert Sheldrake, has introduced an amazing concept. If his theory is proven correct, it will rival Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution in its' magnitude. Sheldrake has repeatedly proven - through laboratory controlled experiments - that different species of animals appear to be "plugged into" a dedicated intelligence field which is universal to that particular species. For example, when enough mice in a group have learned a maze, they ALL suddenly know the maze - whether they have run it or not!

It now appears, after a BBC television experiment, that if enough humans have learned something, then it becomes easier for all humans to learn it. Sheldrake calls this shared intelligence the morphogenetic field. There is an interesting parable about his called the "100th Monkey", relating to an apparent observation made on a remote Japanese Island. A very bright female monkey on a small island was taught to wash sweet potatoes in the seawater. She then taught other members of the tribe to do this. When approximately 100 monkeys had learned this procedure, many other remote monkey tribes started washing potatoes in the same manner. The interesting thing is that these other tribes were situated on other remote islands and also on the mainland. That is, they had no possible way of acquiring this knowledge, other by some form of intuitive universal "sharing"!

The BBC in London tried out Sheldrake's Theory on 8 million of their viewers. They showed, on prime time TV, a difficult puzzle that only a very small percentage of their viewers were able to solve. Then the correct answer was also given on prime time TV. Shortly after, the same experiment was repeated by a TV network in another country. A far higher percentage of these foreign viewers were able to get the puzzle right the first time. As the puzzle was in the form of a universal pictorial concept, language and customs were not considered to be a factor. The BBC and Sheldrake concluded that as the correct answer was now existing within the human morphogenetic field then the human race now "knows" the answer. To a degree, Sheldrake's Theory explains "intuitive functioning".

From these results, Sheldrake is saying is that there is a "larger" mind for each life-form, and that each individual life-form assists in "programming" that larger "mind". The theory might be laughable except for Sheldrake's acceptance in the scientific community, and also the BBC experiment.

Probably the most startling (and easily repeatable) experiments came from Cleve Backster, a polygraph (lie detector) expert. Operating from his San Diego, Californian laboratory he found that plants react - at a distance - to human thought. He initially connected his polygraph equipment to a Dragon Plant to test for possible "plant stress". Backster decided to generate stress by burning the plants leaves. Sure enough, the polygraph machine registered a strong reaction! But he hadn't actually burnt the leaves - he had only intended to do so! He had thought about burning the leaves with emotion and intent. Skeptics who tried the same experiment without genuine intent couldn't get it to work. Backster went a step further, however, and totally shocked the scientific world. He scraped human cells from a volunteer's mouth and connected these to his polygraph and medical EEG equipment. To his utter amazement, he found that these cells reacted instantaneously to the donor's emotions, even when they were geographically separated! White blood cells were found to be particularly susceptible to emotion. (For the first time, this may explain why people with strong positive emotions have better health).

This "intelligence field" is the key to probably the most extraordinary part of the advanced mind power research of Jim Francis and his discoveries about our mental connection with the morphogenetic field, how his exciting programs work (such as Subjective Communication - the ability to connect with other peoples' minds through this field to create win/win situations), Remote Viewing (the ability to see people, objects and places in the past, present and future by accessing this field), and Remote Influencing (the ability to transfer emotions and heal people from a distance through this field).

For nearly 10 years, Jim Francis and his team have carried out 'world first' and 'leading edge' research into advanced mind power. They've discovered how to attract luck, how to cure their minds and bodies while sleeping by pre-programming their dreams, how to attract new partners with just the power of the mind...plus much more. I've found a way to download their secrets for FREE: Check out 22 Powerful Tools to Transform your Fear into Happiness, Peace, and Inspiration.

End Note: For more detailed information into Sheldrakes' experiments and theories, read his essay on intelligence and energy fields, called:

ABSTRACT: "In this essay, I am going to discuss the concept of collective memory as a background for understanding Jung's concept of the collective unconscious. The collective unconscious only makes sense in the context of some notion of collective memory. This then takes us into a very wide-ranging examination of the nature and principle of memory-not just in human beings and not just in the animal kingdom; not even just in the realm of life-but in the universe as a whole. Such an encompassing perspective is part of a very profound paradigm shift that is taking place in science: the shift from the mechanistic to an evolutionary and holistic world view."

Sheldrake has also been published in Quantum Health, Issue 6

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Inspired by her Native American roots and Bradbury lineage, Polly Taskey is a writer and grandmother in the northern USA.  She shares her wisdom and pagan interests through Pagan by Design and The Moonlit Grove.

3 Comments:

Jim Jones said...

I know that this might not be what you want to hear but there are some very good scientific principles that you discuss that can finally be explained.

I would like to explain briefly, if I may, the scientific principles that support Cleve Backster’s results and in fact prove that he was correct some 40 years ago. Very simply it is all to do with the fact that everything vibrates, literally everything, each putting out a unique vibrational wave. It is these waves that are then picked up by plants, animals and humans. The how they are picked up is also very straightforward; it is due to the properties of water. Water is able to absorb any new vibration it comes into contact with and immediately change is vibrational signal to that of the new one.

In biological terms this is hugely significant, because not only does it simply explain the different crystal patterns in the images by Emoto, but also why plants can somehow pick up on human emotions. Any life form that has a water content, which is fact is all of them, has the ability to recognise these different vibrational waves. In Backsters experiment the plant is reacting to the different vibrations emanating from the dead bacteria in the yoghurt, the intent of Mr Backster to damage the plant and also the vibrations that tell it to grow that come from the moon and the planets.

I found out about this in a book I downloaded on the internet that for some reason is free to download at www.blindedbyscience.co.uk and it has changed the way I look at plants. Every time I water a plant now I feed it not cold water but tepid water and if I have to prune a plant I feel a slight pang of guilt as I know how it will react.

Polly Taskey said...

Jim (Jones?, sorry couldn't resist but to question the irony of the name), I am not upset at all by your post and the information you have shared. I agree that everything "vibrates" on varying frequencies, and have read similar reports. I enjoy exploring and contemplating the "how and why" of things. I believe "magic" itself CAN be scientifically explained and will then no longer be considered "occult". Thank you for your comments and I will be checking out the book you've referred to.

Please do not hesitate to further discuss these topics with me or within our member forum as well. My mind likes to be challenged and I find that part of being "pagan" (for me) is opening the brain to examining the "what and why"...stretching the confines of what we're "taught" to believe in order to attain higher levels of intelligence and understanding, about our universe, and the inhabitants of the world we are part of - perhaps "unified" with.

Jim Jones said...

Thanks for the response.

Where do I start? How about the idea that talking to the plants is good for them, or tree hugging works. If for example we assume that everything vibrates, then it is true that indiviudal plants do as well. Cleve Backster showed one way of measuring this, are there any others? There have been hundreds of experiments that have proved that green spaces improve all sorts of medical issues, such as depressoin, anxiety, concentration levels, ADHD, but until now it has always been assumed it was psychological in nature. If however, you isolate the plants, and test how indoor plants cahnge our behaviour, the results are almos identical. Putting a plant in a room, significanlty alters our behaviour.

So it can be proven that being around plants is healthy for us, and helps for example to reduce the levels of ADHD in children.

Jim

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