Are our bodies capable of absorbing other people's energy? This is a really interesting topic that science has begun to study from plants. In particular, a study carried out on algae, according to doctor and therapist Olivia Bader-Lee, suggests that what scientists have shown could also be applied to humans.
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Our bodies are capable of absorb energy from other people? This is a really interesting topic that science has begun to study from plants. In particular, a study carried out on algae, according to doctor and therapist Olivia Bader-Lee, suggests that what scientists have highlighted about the plant world could also be applied to humans.
Lo study in question was published in the scientific journal Nature. A group of researchers worked at the University of Bielefeld in Germany and made an interesting discovery to say the least showing that plants can absorb energy from other plants.
This discovery is believed to have a major impact on the future of bioenergetics and may provide evidence that humans are also capable of absorbing energy in the same way.
Researchers from the group led by Professor Olaf Kruse have confirmed for the first time that the Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, a 'unicellular seaweed, not only performs chlorophyll photosynthesis but is also able to absorb energy from other plants.
According to the doctor Olivia Bader-Lee, flowers need water and light to grow and people are no different, our physical bodies are like sponges that absorb what is in the atmosphere around us. That is why there are people who feel uncomfortable when they are in a group of individuals with a certain mix of energies and emotions.
The experiment conducted by Professor Ola Kruse has shown that when they are in a situation of energy shortage to be able to perform photosynthesis, the microscopic algae Chlamydomonas reinhardtii can absorb energy from other plants around them.
A opinion by Olivia Bader-Lee, in the future science will be able to carry out the necessary studies which will confirm that something similar also happens in the case of human beings, since the human body is very similar to a plant that absorbs the energy needed to feed itself. A similar energy exchange would also take place between humans and natural elements: this explains why spending time in contact with nature regenerates us and makes us feel better.
Is there therefore a 'spiritual' and invisible world that at the moment science cannot yet probe but about which sooner or later we will be able to have greater clarity? Or are we simply encroaching on pseudo-science?
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