Experiments on Subconscious Information Transfer in Sleeping Infants

Author: Kobayashi Keisuke//Itagaki Yoshiko
Psychosomatic Science Laboratory, Kobe, Japan
Conference/Journal: J Intl Soc Life Info Science
Date published: 1996
Other: Volume ID: 14 , Issue ID: 2 , Pages: 217-224 , Special Notes: Also in Japanese. Proceedings of First Symposium of Life Information Science, without peer review. , Word Count: 121

In order to confirm existence of the subconscious information transfer
between living organisms, peripheral blood flow, microvibration, ECG
and respiration measurements were performed in sleeping infants. The
infants were exposed to a kind of noncontact hand treatment in a period
of about a thousand seconds during sleep. Including blank experiments
and dummy load experiments, totaly 23 times of experiments have been
performed in six infants whose ages are in the range of from 3 to 21
months. Clear responses, which are distinguishable from the effects of
body motions, deep breathing and changes in the sleep state of the
infants are observed in all of the treatment experiments. The present
results evidence that this type of subconscious information transfer
ability is common to the mankind.