So I'm still a newbie practicing QT. I wanted to try doing that "turning soda flat" experiment that I hear about all the time. I looked through the forums and didn't see a similar outcome on what I experienced.
I took off my shoes - so as not to let the fabric prevent energy from being blocked. I took a bottle of Pepsi (unopened), ran energy for 5 mins, tasted it - noticed no difference. Ran energy for another 5 mins and still didn't notice any taste difference. Poured the Pepsi in a cup, ran energy for 5 more minutes, but honestly didn't taste that much of a difference either. By this time I didn't really want to test the experiment any longer since I read online that soda can go flat in like 19 minutes anyway.
So my question is - how am I running energy wrong? I made sure I'm not wearing any leather. ;D
Appreciate any insight!
in fact your experiment went EXACTLY as you planed: you have tried doing it.
Trying - as a word - have an unsaid tail: that you doubt you will succeed. With such unsaid intent no wonder there were no results.
Also, most people used qt with intent to make coke healthier, not just making bubbles disappear. Some did just that, but with clear intents and knowing, expecting to observe results as they required.
Jelena, regarding your post: If there was a "Like" button, I would click.
If you are "trying," your energy goes to trying, & that is what you get more of -- trying. You must get beyond "trying."
Love to all.
Practitioner and Instructor
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"Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work."
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