As interesting as these results are, the DNA−Intention
investigation continued with other kinds of tests. To ensure that close-range natural electromagnetic fields, such
as might come from the body, were not affecting the DNA samples, distance studies were also done. In this
experiment, the DNA sample was a half a mile away from the subject who was attempting to change it. The effect
held: intention coupled with a state of high internal body and heart coherence could profoundly influence the
shape of the DNA helix.
In still another variation on the experiment, researchers sought to determine if a
highly coherent individual could affect specific DNA samples in a group of samples. Three aliquots of DNA
were prepared in identical ways and placed in individual test tubes, which were then put in the same beaker. The
test subject was asked to unwind the DNA of the first two samples to different degrees while not affecting the
third sample. He was successful. The first two samples changed in the precisely the ways intended, and the third
remained unchanged. The researchers concluded that the “ability to simultaneously direct specific intentions to
different DNA molecules suggests that the information communicated between the individual and the DNA is very
specific and is not simply an amorphous energy field” (6).
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