After last week’s life-changing (literally) principle, the one that prompted me to leave my job, you’d think the energy would be rocking. And that this week’s experiment would be amazing.
But if you thought that, you’d be wrong.
This week’s experiment was to see if my thoughts could change matter, the physical world.
Could my thoughts make seeds sprout faster, and not only that, but could my thoughts make the seeds planted on the left side of an egg carton sprout faster than on the right side?
As Pam Grout, the author, instructs, I planted seeds in an egg carton and watered them every couple of days. And I sent good thoughts, intentions, for sprouting – and sprouting faster on the left side. Grout suggests green bean seeds, but I used cilantro, because I figured I could actually tend those sprouts in planters this spring and summer.
Today was the end of the week-long experiment.
Here is my result.
I did grow a little mold on the left side of the egg carton, though!
The last experiment, the one which prompted me to leave my job, also didn’t turn out as expected. Twice.
So I’ll keep watching these seeds, sending intentions, hoping for sprouts. Intending sprouts.
I’ll keep you posted.
And in lieu of cilantro sprouts, I’ll share photos of Gibbs Gardens from this week. This is daffodil time there. They have over 20 million daffodils.
20 million! Now that’s some positive intention.
And lots of bulbs planted. Lots and lots and lots and lots.
Surely these 24 cilantro seeds can produce some sprouts.
If I truly believe they can . . .