Science Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others

Have you ever felt so happy in one moment, and when you’ve greeted or met another person your energy levels suddenly dropped like they stole it in some way?

Well you’re not the only one. A study conducted in Germany at the University of Bielefeld shows that plants are able to absorb energy from other plants. A therapist and a physician by the name of Olivia Bader-Lee followed this research.

The name of the science that studies the behavior of energy in living things is Bioenergetics.

This astonishing research was conducted in algae and it was discovered that alongside photosynthesis, algae has another “alternative” source of energy. It was the ability to absorb energy from other algae. More information about this research was discovered by Olaf Kruse – a German biologist, and his findings were reported and published on naturesite.com

Bader-Lee claims that our bodies function similar to sponges. They absorb the energy around us. This might be an explanation why some people feel uncomfortable in a certain group that has mixed energies and emotions.

She also claims that the human body functions just like a plant that absorbs the energy in order to feed your emotional state and energize the sells to increase the cortisol and catabolize in order to feed the cells according to what emotion they need.

This is the reason why so many people can be moody which leads to being angry, sad, and anxious and stressed but also laughing, happy and optimistic.

Over the centuries, man lost this connection with nature, but according to Bader-Lee, this exchange of energy can bring us numerous benefits.

Our spirits are considered energy, and what is defined as supernatural is just the manifestations of different energies in this world. Many ancient cultures knew of this but science for some reason decided to ignore it, leaving just a few scientists to address these issues and not fear criticism and rejection by the scientific communities around the world.

Source: theearthchild.co.za

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