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Title: Effect of emotional culturing session on random event generator
Authors: Tewani, Mohan
Nagarathna, R
Nagendra, HR
Keywords: Emotions culturing session
Random thinking
Random event generator
Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: CSIR
IPC CodeInt. Cl. ⁸: A61P31/00, A99Z
Abstract: Thirty females in the age group 18-50 yrs participated in the study to find out the effect of Emotion Culturing Session (ECS) on the Random Event Generator (REG) compared to a Random Thinking (RT) session. The pre- and post- session recordings on REG without intent lasted for 10 minutes, while the ECS and RT sessions lasted for 30 minutes. The number of episodes in which the REG could be significantly influenced (mean value > 101.00 indicative of p < 0.05) showed highly significant increase in the ‘pre’ verses ‘during’ data of ECS compared to RT sessions. These results indicate a distinct possibility of enhancement of the power of psycho-kinesis through emotions culturing sessions (ECS). This is in tune with the findings of field REG trials in which several REG instruments in different parts of the world have recorded significant influence on REG.
Page(s): 405-409
ISSN: 0972-5938
Source:IJTK Vol.07(3) [July 2008]

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