Use Powerful Positive Words
Words are powerful and carry energy. When we say something out loud, we are putting it in the Universe. What types of things do you want to put out there? Positive and loving? Or negative and mean? If you are going through a transition and want a happier, peaceful life, the chances are probably pretty good that you want to be more positive and loving. Masaru Emoto did fascinating research on the effects words had on water crystals. Using powerful, positive words will change your energy.
This blog was previously posted, but, I feel it is an important message that can be repeated. In addition, I recently was at an art gallery that displayed Emoto’s amazing photos.
The Hidden Messages in Water by Masaru Emoto is a fascinating book on the power of positive thoughts. Dr. Emoto, a Japanese scientist, used high speed photography to photograph frozen water. When photographing water that was exposed to the words, love and gratitude, magnificent crystals in snowflake patterns appeared. In some experiments, he wrapped a piece of paper with the words, love and gratitude, and beautiful crystals appeared in the water. The words, thank you, also formed spectacular crystal patterns.
Dr. Emoto also photographed water using the words; You fool, You make me sick, I will kill you. In these instances, no crystals formed. The colors in these photographs are dull and almost muddy looking.
Our bodies are made up of up to 60% water. About 70% of the Earth’s surface is water-covered. Just think of the implications of Dr. Emoto’s revolutionary experiments. By the power of our words, thoughts, and feelings, we can change the peace within ourselves and the peace in the world. The words, love and gratitude, were so powerful and produced amazing crystals in the frozen water.
Start today; become aware of your word choices. Begin incorporating the words love and gratitude into your life. Use these words when you speak to your children, your family. Write a thank you note of gratitude to someone. “Feel” these words when you wake up in the morning and when you go to sleep at night.
How did you incorporate the words love and gratitude into your life?