RCS has been pushing the boundaries for people involved in Australian agriculture since 1985, and feel now is the time to push some more.

We have asked ourselves the question – what does the future hold for agriculture? One thing that is absolutely certain is it will involve change, and change at a faster pace than we have been used to in the past.

All truth passes through 3 stages.
First it is ridiculed.
Second it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self evident.
Arthur Schopenhauer

Every so often ideas and concepts come up that we discount because they are so foreign to our paradigms and existing knowledge.

Paradigms are boundaries around our thinking and act as filters for the ideas we can accept. They are useful in that they help the brain to sort ideas, however, paradigms hold us back when they prevent us from looking at something differently.

Subtle energy is a topic that can challenge many of our core beliefs. However, that does not make it wrong or irrelevant.


What is subtle energy?

Subtle energy is based on frequencies which can not be measured by conventional instrumentation but which can affect organisms at a cellular level. This science of quantum physics was first mooted by Einstein.

Subtle energy is about things which are so small that they can not be seen but which influence all forms of life. Perhaps the best analogy is to think of bacteria. Most of us have never seen one, and up until a hundred years or so ago, they were not known “or believed” to exist because they could not be seen. However, in the modern era we have instruments which allow them to be studied and we now know they rule the world.

Subtle energy is at a stage today where knowledge of bacteria was in the very beginning. It is hard to grasp and hard to measure but it is very powerful and its effect can be measured. It is best known in the health industry and its application is relatively new to agriculture.


Keep your mind like a parachute. Open it, and explore the possibilities. We invite you to learn more about this newly emerging ‘old science’ and experience some profound results on your own property and in your own farm buildings.