All living organisms generate small amounts of electricity. In plants, this naturally produced electricity is called ‘Bioelectric Potential’, and is essentially caused by ionic differences across cell membranes. On a cellular level, it can be directly related to respiration, photosynthesis and other chemical reactions that are a part of a plants’ living mechanism.
A plant reacts as a total living system to many stimuli, particularly electrostatic energy fields, with a response several times greater than specific local electrical activity. It is this specific activity that is of great interest.
Experiencing the natural electrical activity places the observer directly in touch with the mechanism of life, which is still not fully understood. Hence, a profound link is made between a seen and unseen world.
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