Brian Sullivan

Some claim you can imparrt intention into things. You probably heard of Dr Emoto's research that concluded that water meditated over, or with emotional words affixed to a label resulted in different shaped crystals. But chocolate? Certainly many cultures encourage gratitude for food. Perhaps we express it by beginning our meal by saying grace. Others may endeavour to make eating a relaxed, spiriual and froendly occassion. Others spend a few moments add add a spiritual energy to the food, or say a blessing over the food soon to enter our bodies.
Now researchers at Princeton and the Max Plank institute are
There are scientific groups in academic institutions like Princeton, Harvard, and Max Plank Institute who are currently studying the power of intention. Involved are Medical researcher, Lynne McTaggart, author of The field, and Radin of the Institute of Noetic Sciences.
Along comes Jim Walsh touting Intentional Chocolate, a food to nourish both body and spirit.
The real thing, or a con that’s grabbing hold of a gullible market?
During its preparation, Intentional chocolate has been infused with conscious intention and love, for vigor and well-being by experienced meditators, some of whom have studied with His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
The claim?
“Whoever consumes this chocolate will manifest optimal health and functioning at physical, emotional and mental levels, and, in particular, will enjoy an increased sense of energy, vigor and well-being for the benefit of all beings.”
Dean Radin, senior scientist from the Institute of Noetic Science conducted research with Intentional Chocolate and found them to increase vigor, energy and mood by more than 67% when one ounce of Intentional Chocolate was consumed per day for three days. The findings were published in a scientific peer-reviewed journal, “Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing” (October 2007).
It is claimed the trials measured decreased stress, increased energy, less fatigue, greater calmness, enhanced focus and improved general well-being.
Whatever you think of the idea, and I for one think that our intebntions can influence our outer environment, I will praise the company for one thing
Intentional Chocolate give 50% of net profits back to the community for projects that will benefit humanity as well as for on-going research into the power of intention.

Well, I’ interested.
Do you know of any products that support consciousness/intention research or support good causes. I want to support and promote good causes.
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