Not inference, not heresay, not imagination (which is important).
How can we know anything without direct experience?
You can read and read and read and discuss 10 times that amount, but if you dont practice what you have read how much of it do you really 'life' and experience?
====Dr. Masaru Emoto====Dr. Masaru Emoto's rice experiments
Masuro Emoto believes that since people are 70 percent water, and the Earth is 70 percent water, we can heal our planet and ourselves by consciously expressing love and good will. He says that to try out his theory you can try this experiment:The other bowl of rice that was told, "you fool," turned black, became rotten and smelled disgusting.
Place cooked rice in two identical glass containers. Put one cup of rice in one jar and another cup in a separate jar. Talk to the rice every day for one month at the same time each day. Say "thank you" to one jar and say, "you fool" to the other jar.
This experiment is based on a picture of Emoto's work summarized in his book "Messages in Water."
In his experiment (pictured above), Emoto found that the rice that was told "thank you" was nearly fermented and had a nice, mellow, malted-rice aroma.
Rupert Sheldrake's Experiments Template:ExpandSect
Robert Anton Wilson
Experiment mentioned at the beginining of "The New Inquistion" ("all in your head, bucky optic/retna schema, buddy experiment with newspaper)
- Some breathing experiments (from Breath
- Some memory experiments some mnemonic devices and ancient greek "Method of Loci"
- Some movement experiments Hatha Yoga
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