Sunday, May 16, 2010


We tried healing on potato crop in zaheerabad. Mr.P. Mohan Kumar did this.

Each potato seen in the pics weighed morethan 1kg.

There is a great appreciation from the farmers of that village &

all of them are intersted in getting their crops healed.

Thank You Master.

In Master`s service


Paddy (Rice) is the Main food crop in India, especially in South India.
We applied PH to Paddy and we got an 33% excess produce on average.
This helped farmers in cost cutting and earning more profits.
We tried this in morethan 100 acres of land in 3 districts of A.P.
They are Nalgonda, Guntur & Kurnool.
Rice cooked with this is very tasty and we named this Pranic Rice.

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Cotton is cash crop.
It is grown mostly in red & black cotton soils in india.
We have tried this in both soils.
Farmers said that they got 25% extra produce,
Their expenditure for inorganic fertilizers is almost zero.
This (healed crop shown in the pics) is the best crop obtained in the whole distict and the farmer is awarded model farmer.

Red Chilly

Red chilly is also grown only in red & black cotton soils.
The farmer who grew cotton for us also has grown red chilly .
He is seen in one of the pics.
He obtained maximum produce in red chilly also.
The best part is he is a Basic Pranic Healer & he himself healed his crops.
According the farmer he got 30% extra produce,
He also said on pesticides & fertilizers decreased by 50%.
Thanks to Master choa.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Atma Namaste!

We will post details of ten more crops next week.



Atma Namaste!

The pics of jowar crop shown in these pics are very healthy.
We have healed a 100 acre plot, which produced the maximum yeild.
MASTERMINDS TEAM provided seed for these farmers for a vast area of 6000 acres,
supporting farmers of 16 villages hit by floods in oct 2010.
FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY FOUNDATION A.P supported this project.

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Atma Namaste!

These pics are taken from Cocoa farm in E.Godavari dist. subjected to Pranic Healing.
Cocoa plant is also called chacolate plant.
In India it is grown along with coconut trees in the same farm.
The seeds from ripe fruits are collected & dried before they are sold.
Farmers are very happy with the produce (healed).
The size of the fruit is big & the overall produce improved 20% compared to previous crop.

History of Cocoa

Origins in the New World

Cocoa beans were an important part of ancient South American cultures. The Mayans created a ritual beverage made from the ground cocoa beans mixed with water, black pepper, vanilla and spices. The beverage was shared during betrothal and marriage ceremonies, providing one of the first links we know of between chocolate and romance.
Cocoa beans also served as money in South American civilizations and were only consumed as they wore out. A horse, ancient records show, could be purchased for ten beans.
For nearly a hundred years after the Spaniards discovered chocolatl, the coveted drink of New World inhabitants, they kept the secret of its production to themselves. In the same years as Shakespeare wrote his final plays, the missionary and theologian José de Acosta, wrote from Lima, Peru, of cocoa, “It is so much esteemed among the Indians (yea, among the Spaniards), that it is one of the richest and the greatest traffickes of New Spain.”

Chocolate Goes Mainstream

After a century, Spain lost its monopoly on the European chocolate market. By the mid-1600s, the drink made from the little brown beans had gained widespread popularity in France. It was praised as a delicious, health-giving food enjoyed by the wealthy. One enterprising Frenchman opened the first hot chocolate shop in London and by the 1700s, these “chocolate houses” were a common sight in England.
By the 18th century, every country, from England to Austria, was producing confections from the fruit of the cocoa tree, called in Latin Theobroma Cacao. That name tells us a lot about cocoa’s place in our culture—translated literally, theobroma means “food of the gods.”
The introduction of the steam engine during this century mechanized cocoa bean grinding, reducing production costs and making chocolate affordable to all.

Chocolate Today

Today, people around the world enjoy chocolate in thousands of different forms, consuming more than 3 million tons of cocoa beans annually. Each country still has its own preferences and distinctive blends for candy and desserts— think of German chocolate cake, Swiss cocoa, and French chocolate truffles. Even the brands are blended differently for different consumers: try a particular chocolate from Europe, and then the same chocolate made for the American market.
Throughout its evolution, from the first bitter beverage to the thousands of different ways chocolate is enjoyed today, one thing has remained constant—chocolate has never lacked an avid following of people who love the “food of the gods.”

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Atma Namaste!

These pictures are taken from a CASHEW NUT farm in W.Godavari dist.
subjected to Pranic healing.
Cashew Nut is called Jidimamidi (a kind of mango).
Owners of these farms are supposed to be rich farmers.
This is a commercial crop in India.
Healed Cashew Nut farms produced high yeild & the size of nuts are comparitively very big.

In Master`s service