Mohammad Ali Taheri founded several consciousness fields (CFs) which are not energy nor matter, which Faradarmani consciousness field is one of them. CFs don’t possess a
quantity so we cannot directly measure them. However, it is possible to evaluate their effects indirectly through several controlled experimentations in the laboratory.
Recently, the resistance of bacteria to antibiotics is a global challenge because the number of bacterial strains that are resistant to various types of antibiotics has expanded dramatically each year and has spread worldwide. It seems novel methods are needed to solve this problem; the use of CFs may be beneficial for this matter.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of Faradarmani CF on the susceptibility of antibiotic-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa (P. aeruginosa) as a human bacterial pathogen.
In this study, antibiotic susceptibility was assessed via antimicrobial disk diffusion method for evaluation of Faradarmani CF effect (treatment), afterward, it was used from real-time RT-PCR for evaluation of expression level of the MexA, MexB and OprM genes of P. aeruginosa strain overexpressing the MexAB–OprM efflux pump.
According to the results of the disk diffusion test, Faradarmani CF decreased resistance to antibiotics in P. aeruginosa significantly (p<0.05). The RNA expression level of MexB and OprM genes were decreased in Faradarmani treatment group compared with the control group (p<0.05). The RNA expression level of MexA decreased but it was not statistically significant (p>0.05).
Considering the results of this study, the drug resistance of P. aeruginosa decreased under influence of Faradarmani CF and it can be examined in P. aeruginosa infections in vivo and clinical studies. In addition, it is recommended that the effects of consciousness fields on other drug-resistant pathogens be investigated.
Keywords: Faradarmani, Consciousness field, Cosmic consciousness network, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Antibiotic resistant