How does “Love, Peace & Harmony” vibrate?
Can we create the feeling of community non-locally through water?
Read details below to learn more about this experiment.
September 21, 2021 at 05:32PM UTC
The foundation of a thriving community is the field of resonance (coherence) created between the members. Coherent states allow information to flow freely between the members of a group, facilitate conflict resolution while allowing the participants to tap into the group intelligence, enhancing creativity and connection.
Resonance is usually created by similarity in the vibratory fields of the parts. Physical proximity has been used for ages for such a reason. Digital networks are trying to achieve the same results, sometimes with more and sometimes with less success.
But what if there is a system that can store and maintain the vibratory field of the group and is able to feed it back to the individuals when needed?
Water is the common element in all living organisms, supporting life creation and information exchange between the systems. It is the underlying network of information of nature.
We know that the molecular structure of water can be altered through human consciousness and also that the structure of water deeply affects human and non-human organisms.
Can the levels of personal connection between the members of a non-local community be enhanced through the consumption of water that is holding a specific vibration representing the group?
What is the relation between the vibration of the water and the feeling of community between the members of a non-local community?
Is water an element able to create and maintain community non-locally?
We invite you to be part of a series of experiments on the nonlocality of comm-UNITY.
During each experiment, we will direct focused intention into the theme of “Love, Peace and Harmony” at a central water sample at the Aquapsy testing lab in Germany, testing the results of our collective mind-hearts on water. The date representation will be presented live during the experiment as well as after the completion.
At the same time, each participant is invited to have his/her own water sample in front of them for a more direct connection to the element and consumption of it through the day after the experiment.
During the experiment, cymatic visuals of the water formations created through the live music will be created and presented from our lab in the US as a live feedback loop of our effect on water. All participants who have communicated personally through email with us will receive selected images of the cymatics after each experiment.
The main focus of the experiment is to understand and compare the subjective human experience with the scientific water data. After each experiment a short (and fun!) poll will be sent to you to understand how your experience was.
We aim to repeat the experiment once per month with selected water ambassadors, on important celestial dates that will be communicated to you in advance. If you wish to be one of them please write to us at: [email protected]
The 1st experiment: 11.11.2020
The 1st “Water for comm-Unity” experiment will take place on November 11th 2020 at 19:30-21:00 CET in co-creation with the international “Love, Peace & Harmony” festival.
The festival is created from the international group of musicians called The Music Medicine around a mantra received from the Chinese healer Master Sha on September 10, 2005. The “Love, Peace and Harmony” song was received in the Divine’s Soul Language with the mission to activate the power of Divine frequency and vibration that flow through all Divine Soul Songs.
More about the song and mission will be discussed during the festival.
The water data from Aquapsy
One of the latest instruments to measure long-range interactions is the Mind Influence Notification Device (M.I.N.D.) invented by Cybertronica Research (Germany). M.I.N.D. is a high-resolution water-based sensor that objectively and reliably measures the mind’s ability to interact with the external world. The device is based on electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) of optically excited water samples and works by assessing the physical processes that appear in water due to neurocognitive interactions between the human brain and aqueous solutions. Generally, EIS with optical excitation between 470 nm and 940 nm represents a very sensitive tool for the detection of non-chemical treatment of fluids. Optical/temperature excitation is performed in pulse or continuous mode that perturbs long-term ionic dynamics and makes it sensitive to external influences. EIS in low-frequency areas of <500 Hz and <100 Hz is of special interest. The current understanding of the undergoing phenomena varies between surface effects on/around electrodes up to ionic diffusion and proton transfer under the electric field in hydrogen-bonded networks in bulk water.
Cymatics is the study of visible sound and vibration, a subset of modal phenomena. Typically the surface of a plate, diaphragm, or membrane is vibrated, and regions of maximum and minimum displacement are made visible in a thin coating of particles, paste, or liquid. Different patterns emerge in the excitatory medium depending on the geometry of the plate and the driving frequency. These generated patterns offer the observer a sensory representation of sound made visible.
You will need
1 1/2 hours free from distractions (19:30-21:00 CET)
1 big glass bottle with freshwater (ideally 5-7 liters) or 2-3 small ones of 1,5 liters
1 meditation cushion or another comfortable sitting
Your computer or phone
Good wifi or 4G connection
(optional) a speaker connected to the broadcasting device (computer or phone) for better sound
(optional) your altar, crystals, or other objects to connect with during the ceremony
(optional) friends and family members who you wish to be part of the experience
~ Aliki Ko is a dreamer inside a doer’s skin. She believes in the infinite potential of humankind and is dedicated to creating heavens on earth through imagination and action. Founder of Mindful Experience that creates practices & tools for human upgrade and Conscious Gems, the grid of regenerative destinations that host them, she got inspired to explore the limits of human connection through immersive non-local experiences, backed up with cutting edge data science of consciousness on water.
~ Dani Hofmann functions at the edge between science and spirituality. She envisions to move humanity into an aware global community and believes that spirituality is the key while science can provide the language therefore.
She is a scientist, pursued her PhD in biophysics describing how dynamics dictates interactions and action; tackles global health issues as a profession, and as a passion co-creates networks where a conscious reality outside of the predominant system shall be possible.
~ Anton Fedorenko is an Independent Scientific Researcher, Developer of AquaPsy online platform for exploring group consciousness using water-based sensors, and other water-related technologies. For more info www.aquapsy.comwww.facebook.com/aquapsycom/
~ Jeremy Pfeiffer is an Independent Scientific Researcher, specializing in SVP Water Research, RnD, and experimental validation of non-conventional resonance-based technologies. Primary interests include sympathetic vibratory physics, water, and consciousness. Current research efforts at Aquapsy employ EIS (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy), EMM (Evapo-Method Microscopy) as a method for measurement, detection, and characterization of subtle energy states in water. For more info: www.svpwaterresearch.com
Results of Experiment on December 11, from 19:20 to 19:40 CET.
In this experiment, people were in a meditation session and they were concentrating on photos of 2 water samples. Those samples are actually located in the lab and undergoing continuous measurements. System very precisely measures impedance (electroconductivity) and temperature of the water samples.
Below you can see a graph with results. From 18:00 to 19:20 is background measurement before meditation starts and area from 19:20 to 19:40 – session time.
Red and black lines are impedance of the samples. Green and blue are the temperatures of the samples.
The temperature of the samples overall during the session did not change significantly compared to background measurement.
But the impedance changed significantly. If we compare measurement during the session with background measurement we receive a 69% chance that this change of the impedance was due to participants’ consciousness stimulation.
Thank you everyone for your participation! We need to repeat this experiment to collect statistics. Please join us in the next sessions.
Results of Survey on December 11-12
Out of the 36 invited ambassadors and 3 guests, 17 took part in the survey. 15 of which submitted their feelings within 0-6h after the meditation and 5 repeated the survey 24-30h post-meditation (Figure 1).
66.7% (10/15) of the water-ceremony participants experienced an intensified feeling of connection right after the meditation (0-6h post-meditation), while 33.3% (5/15) did not experience any change. This feeling seems to remain for up to 30h post-meditation (80%; 4/5).
Immediately after the meditation, the feeling of connection was classified equally as being towards the element water, music as well as the global feeling of love, peace, and happiness. The day after the meditation, the feeling of connection remained for the element of water, yet seemed reduced towards the mantra and the festival feeling of love, peace, and happiness (Table 1). When categorizing the connections felt towards the element of water into the three components: I, local, and global an important amount of participants state to be more connected towards the water within themselves as to the water in front of them or the water being tested in Germany. An opposite trend was observed when disentangling the connections felt towards the community. More people state to feel connected to the global community than to themselves (Table 2, Figure 2).
In conclusion, an increased and persistent feeling of connection is observed amongst most participants, expressed as an increased awareness towards the water within our bodies and a feeling of connection to the local and global community. However, the number of participants was too little to obtain significance in any research question. Communities with more than 100 participants are therefore anticipated in further experiments. Moreover, to be able to observe the decline in relatedness, not only towards the mantra but also towards the festival, as well as the sensation of unity and consciousness towards water, follow-up periods of longer than 30h are required. Finally yet importantly, the participants were aware of the research questions. Inclusion of further communities, not aware of the experiment will deliver valuable information about the placebo effect.