LFR - Projects 2018-2021 and more
The "proof is in the pudding" or so they say . . . projects can help you understand the principles of Radionics. I will use this course to report on my agriculWatch Promo
I already know the subtle fields are real, that indeed they manifest and maintain physical form and that there is an archetypal plan for each and every form. I have "chewed" through these concepts many times and on many levels.
I am a great believer in "trying things out" for myself and this is what I did back in 1975 when I first heard about radionics, rates, witnesses and "at a distance" evaluation/balance. It all sounded so "way-out-there" but I was curious.
After burning myself and having a friend balance it and feeling the pain go away and the next morning only a slight redness in the area . . . I was convinced there was something there to look into. I'm not a talker, I'm a do-er so I started working on projects.
Lutie Larsen discovered radionics in 1974 when she was in the middle of raising a family of 10 children. They had recently moved to Utah, purchased 2 1/2 acre homestead and she was looking at more natural ways to resolve the day to day family issues. Radionics proved to be a perfect choice.
In a big family the garden serves many purposes. Children need food, but children also need chores. Family life thrives on everyone doing their share of the work.
Lutie has grown to have a huge respect for the perspectives she learned from studying and measuring/tuning the subtle fields in the family garden. She has gone on to extensive research in the sustainable and organic agriculture movement assisted by radionic techniques.
"We were gathering information along with new peas from the garden and trying to figure out the natural laws that ruled growth." said Lutie. "i have a healthy respect for the integrity inherent in each plant, insect, soil and tree and could teach this to my children.. I love the beautiful Earth! I respect the natural laws that govern it and love the Creator! Above all I want to be a good steward."