Pilot study analyzes the effects of horse-assisted learning on blood biochemical and on biophysical energy field measurements in hertz of participants in a horse systemic intervention workshop
The researchers conducted a randomized trial to determine the effects of a two-day journey of therapeutic interventions with horses on human personal development in an immersive format with a herd of horses. Cell microscopic analyzes (dark field microscopy) and vibrational tests using the Pro-Sync II, an electromagnetic device (Hertz-Hawkins Scale Table) that uses bio resonance technology, were analyzed with 14 participants randomly recruited through dissemination on social networks. The Workshop was held in November 2021 at Fazenda Valle das Fadas in Campos do Jordão, São Paulo, Brazil. The analyzes were carried out before and after the event. The two types of analysis: a biochemistry with the collection of blood, through a complete system of dark field microscopy, verified that all the analyzed participants had a significant change in cellular conformity (redbloodcells), platelet aggregations, fibrins, low oxygenation cell (hypoxia). And after the intervention with the horses, the blood of absolutely all the participants presented with greater oxygenation, with a significant reduction of platelet aggregations and fibrin. A biophysical analysis was also carried out in hertz that identifies through the vibrational field energetic compatibilities and in compatibilities of each test. It has more than 17 thousand vibrational samples in its database and also has a pattern capture system. In 100% of the samples there was a significant increase, reaching double the vibration in hertz in some participants. The most expressive result was given in ananalysis that before exposure to the horses’ field was 100 htz and after it reached 450 htz. This pilot study points out that the effects of assisted experiential learning with horses were independent of the biochemical and biophysical levels, sex, age and recruitment status of the participants.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first randomized trial to demonstrate the effects of EFL on blood’s biochemistry in adults. These results also represent the first causal evidence demonstrating significant effects of EFL. Our work complements findings based on recent randomized trials on EFL in social competence (Hauge et al., 2013; Pendry & Roeter, 2013) and answers calls in the growing field of Human-Animal Interaction (HAI) and Animal Assisted Intervention (AAI) (Esposito et al., 2010) for evidence-based approaches. This study also adds to a relatively new and much-needed body of literature of randomized trials on prevention and interventions for human personal development, which gave minimal attention to biolochemical and biophysical systems in their assessments of treatment effectiveness.