Energy Healing: Article: How to recharge batteries by hand using one's own energy.
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Recharging Batteries by Hand Using One's Own Energy
I read on a quantum touch forum that one could recharge batteries using one’s hands with focus and concentration techniques using one's own energy, with reiki or with quantum touch technique. (For details how to do energy charging with one's hands see Quicken Touch.) At first I was skeptical that it would work, and tried it with one battery in each hand, and did not see any change on the voltmeter. Then I read more about it and see that to get it to work one must cup the batteries in one’s hands. One makes a cup from both hands and has 2 batteries lying in one’s palms. After each session of cupping the batteries in various ways, I then did voltmeter readings to see the result. I also tried it with normal AA batteries. The results are below.
Normal AA batteries:
I noticed when you have this kind of battery on the voltmeter leads then the longer you hold it there, the more it reduces the charge. The bad battery reading rapidly went down from .84 to .70. It seems the normal batteries respond the first time, but then after they don’t. Why? It needs another test to make sure one is holding the batteries correct with alignment of + and – anodes for both kinds of batteries. I think one way it drains it and the other charges, so I think one must put them in cupped hands, one with positive charge up and the other with it down, lying side by side in one’s palms. I still need to do another round checking polarity to get a conclusion.
Rechargeable AA Batteries:
Rechargeable AA Batteries (discharged them using camera until camera would not work)
Using the voltmeter I could generate 20mV between my fingers holding red and black leads, it took some time to get it this high. The maximum registered was 23mV. So if the average voltage I can generate is 20 mV between hands, then this would result in a charge of .006V for 30 minutes or .012V in 60 minutes. This jives with the result above, in fact, it’s exactly that. One can see from this, it can take quite some time to charge up a rechargable battery fully by hand. After 4.83 hours above to bring the two batteries at 1.285 and 1.292 to full charge it will take 27 more hours. [ 1.45 – 1.285 = 0.165; 1.45 – 1.292 = 0.158; 0.165 + 0.158 = 0.323; .323V / .012V = 27.0 hours more needed to reach 1.45 volts.]
The other thing to notice is that the camera using the batteries has a certain tolerance level where it considers the batteries to be low and needing to be recharged. My camera uses 2 batteries so that is 1.5 + 1.5 = 3.0 volts. When done with electric charging the total was actually: 1.45 + 1.45 = 2.90. The camera then fails when the total voltage falls below 2.5V. When the voltage reaches 2.58V, the camera works again, so you can see why so many are getting a result from charging by hand, it doesn't need much to get the devise working again. Yet, one will see that it doesn't last very long, but good is that it can work in a pinch...
Another thing I noticed is that recharging the batteries makes my hands go numb and the batteries heat up fast, recharging batteries is then an excellent way to energize or activate one’s own energy meridians - to raise one's energetic vibration before giving oneself or another a hands on energy treatment.
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