E-Squared Experiment #3

This is the fourth post regarding the experiments listed in the best-selling book E-Squared (Hay House, 2013) by Pam Grout. I will describe the results I achieved with Experiment #3. Ms. Grout refers to this as the Alby Einstein principle, The theory is that one is a field of energy in an even bigger field of energy. The hypothesis is that if one is energy, one can direct that energy. Many of the readers may have heard of using dowsing rods.

These are curved pieces of metal, with one held in each hand by the handle, while the horizontal rods point in specific directions in response to certain questions. For this experiment, Ms. Grout asks the participant to cut two metal clothes hangers into a straight line, then bend one end of each for the handles. She then directs participants to insert a straw over each handle so they can turn more easily. The theory is that these rods can detect positive or negative feelings in one’s field of energy.

Participants are directed to think of something that has made them unhappy. This will make the rods reach inward and cross each other as they detect the negative energy in the field of the user. For positive thoughts, the rods will move outward and to the right. This worked perfectly for me as the rods seemed to take on a life of their own.  The reading of what was positive and what was negative in my field of energy was completely accurate. I was standing still while doing this and not making the rods move in any way. This is a great tool to discern the nature of your emotions.

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