Can the prayers of Red Sox fans affect the outcome of the game? Is Fenway
Park a "sacred space?" Can sports help us grow spiritually?
Welcome to The Joy of Sox: Weird Science and the Power of Intention,
a new documentary film that looks at the powerful interactions
between Red Sox fans and ballplayers through the window of subtle energy,
that mysterious force referred to by mystics and healers through
the ages, a force which can now be explained by a host of new
"weird science" experiments that are as provocative as they
The Joy of Sox Movie production team includes Harvard psychiatrist Rick Leskowitz MD, award-winning documentary
filmmaker Joel Leskowitz, and award-winning producer and screenwriter Karen Webb. The film has aired on PBS and
been included in their programming catalog. We're also proud to be entered in several prominent film festivals.
- The Joy of Sox includes personal insights from Red Sox
players, confessions from Red Sox Nation, observations
from noted baseball commentators, and interviews with prominent
scientists and energy medicine clinicians.
- The Joy of Sox will prove that the well-known "home field
advantage" is the result of more than just loud noise and
- New research into remote attention, healing prayer, and
interpersonal brainwave interactions will reveal how invisible
forces connect people to bring about peak performance.
- Actual computer studies performed at Fenway Park will
prove the existence of invisible "Sox fan energy" and its impact
on their team, and viewers will even learn simple techniques
to boost their cheers' impact.
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Authoritative, insightful and hilarious. As a high school basketball
coach, the concepts help improve my team's energy at practice and
RG, Waltham MA
What an accomplishment! The blend of scientific inquiry, humor and
interviews was impressive, informative and entertaining.
JI, Newton MA
I LOVED it. It's entertaining, funny, insightful, and strikes the
perfect balance of not being pushy but being very convincing
WM, Arlington MA