Space Weather reports that one of the largest solar prominences in years erupted from the sun's northwestern limb yesterday, April 13. "The massive plasma-filled structure rose up and burst during a ~2 hour period around 0900 UT on April 13th." Observers in Europe had the best view, and this photo was shot by Jo Dahlmans of Ulestraten, Netherlands, using his Coronado Personal Solar Telescope. "The eruption hurled a bright coronal mass ejection (CME, movie) into space. The expanding cloud could deliver a glancing blow to Earth's magnetic field around April 15th. NOAA forecasters estimate a 35% chance of polar geomagnetic activity when the CME arrives. (This is noteworthy for tomorrow's experiment)
Tomorrow I'm doing the mass blog experiment. I have a list of names and conditions some of you followers have submitted. During the day tomorrow, at different times, I will be spending 5 minutes focusing on remote healing for each person. The folks to be expecting this attention are; Kim, Rowan, Jeff, Theresa, Sandra, Julie, Libby, @eloh, Pangs and Panademona. At 3 pm (MST) which is 6 pm (EST), I will put up a post letting you know what time of the day I focused on you.
I'd like to know if you note during the day at any time, a feeling of warm, tingling, relaxation, or general relief from your condition. I'd like to see if it lines up with the time I focused on you and if after that time you might have felt an improvement. I hope to give you any tips too if I notice anything you might need to know about your condition.
I thank you in advance for providing me a chance to work my skills.