(The Intention Experiment) Fifth update

Control pots
Cinammon basil

Still no show from any seeds.

Catnip

Also a no-show.

Lettuce

Looking somewhat straggly and weak.


Negative pots
Cinammon basil

Seems really healthy – it’s surprising me.

Catnip

One sprouted these few days.

Lettuce

Seems pretty good too – another surprise.


Positive pots
Cinammon basil

Doing okay also.

Catnip

Hm…a bit straggly…

Lettuce

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(The Intention Experiment) Fourth update

Control pots
Cinammon basil

Lettuce

Catnip


Negative pots
Cinammon basil

Lettuce

Catnip


Positive pots
Cinammon basil

Lettuce

Catnip

The Intention Experiment on plants has a new blog

I think since this is a long-term experiment, I’ll rather consolidate everything on one blog.

I’ll do a double update here, and there. But it’s much easier to see everything in one shot over there.

The Intention experiment on plants

(The Intention Experiment) Third update

1 Positive pot of one lettuce seedling has shown the growing tip of a true leaf.

(The Intention Experiment) Second update

Slightly more action has been happening. I’m letting pictures do the talking.

Control pots

Lettuce

Cinammon basil

Nothing’s happening at all in this pot.

Catnip

And, as usual, nothing sprouted too.


Negative pots

Lettuce

Compare the shape and all to the positive pot below.

Cinammon basil

I didn’t shoot a comparison picture, but the positive pot of cinammon basil has the seedling standing taller.

Catnip

Same ol’ story.


Positive pots

Lettuce

In my opinion, this one looks healthy (IRL at least).

Cinammon basil

Only one sprouted.

Catnip

Same ol’ story.

(The Intention Experiment) First update

Okay, so after three days of watering, there have been some things happening. I’ll list my observations:

1 The only action are happening in some of the positive pots, and some of the negative pots. The control pots aren’t showing anything;

2 I suspect my full bag of soil is contaminated by fungus spores because I’ve seen them appearing countless times. The fungus don’t harm the seeds/plants (not that I’ve experienced, anyway), so I’m just noting that down;

3 I have certain conjectures about the sprouted seeds in the negative pots, but I think I shall reserve them for when the plants grow larger and grow true leaves.

For now, I’ll show some pictures:

Positive pots

Catnip

Nothing happening yet.

Cinammon basil

Starting to show signs of germination – not sure what that coating of gelatinous substance is (I always see them when I wet basil seeds).

Local lettuce

Both seeds have sprouted.

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Negative pots

Catnip

Also nothing (strange, because when I passed the catnip seeds to my brother last week, all germinated quickly).

Cinammon basil

Small one sprouted by the side.

Local lettuce

Both sprouted (again, reserving guesswork till later)

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Control pots


No movement.

(The Intention Experiment) Sowing of seeds; watering with charged water

I finally got my ass to programming two separate clear quartz crystals.

The first one was programmed with positive intentions. I spoke aloud to it things like, “I intent for you to charge the water which will be used to water the seeds, and allow them to grow strongly and healthily. The plants will have healthy root systems and good leaves.” And stuff like that. I visualized pink for healing, green for growth, and gold for vitality into the crystal.

The second crystal was programmed with negative intention. I also spoke aloud to it, with things like, “You will charge the water and will give stunted growth to the seeds and plants.”

The third bottle of water is for control.

I bought three same types of bottled water.

I finally chose cinammon basil seeds, local lettuce seeds, and catnip seeds. Two seeds were placed into each pot.

Each pot was watered with the bottle cap once.

All nine pots are placed at the same location – the ledge right beside my bed. That area gets the morning sun every day.

Now, let’s see how this experiment goes.

The aim of this experiment is twofold:

1. To see if crystals really store and emit/reinforce intentions;

2. To see if intentions really affect living things and the world around us (credit to ‘Seth’  by Seth and ‘The Intention Experiment’ by Lynne McTaggart).

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