Thoughtful Thursday – Effects of positive energy

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The average human body is made up of 50-65% water. Considering half of your body weight is water, that’s a lot of water! Dr Masaru Emoto (b.1943 – d.2014) was a world renowned Japanese scientist who for over 20 years studied how the molecular structure in water transforms when exposed to words, thoughts, prayers, music, sounds and intentions. The results were astonishing.

Think about it for a minute. When you’re happy, ecstatic and filled with elation you can feel that positive energy in every cell in your body. You feel energized and great in every way. But when you’re angry, you feel drained, exhausted and even sick.

Dr Emoto’s study literally showed how water molecules responded to positive energy by transforming into beautiful molecular formations. However, water exposed to negative energy transformed into disfigured molecules.

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Wouldn’t it stand to reason then, that if we’re made up of 50% water, that the water molecules in our body would react the same way as in Dr Emoto’s study? I mean if you’re exposed to positive energy, you’ll undoubtedly feel healthy and vibrant. But if you’re exposed to a borage of negative energy whether external, like someone else causing you anguish or internal where you tell yourself hurtful things, you’ll eventually become ill.

And lets think about the world we live in today. There is so much negativity at every corner making it harder and harder to stay positive. So why not change your attitude and create more positivity in your life. Get outside and leave your electronic devices at home, connect with nature. Instead of watching TV, turn it off and read a good book. Spend time with friends and family that uplift you and make your feel energized. Replace negative thoughts in your mind with positive ones and stick to this mantra: “If you wouldn’t say it to a friend, then don’t say it to yourself.”

Never underestimate the power of positive energy and see how good you’ll feel!

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“Too positive to be doubtful, too optimistic to be fearful, too determined to be defeated.” ~ William Boyland, Jr.

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5 thoughts on “Thoughtful Thursday – Effects of positive energy

  1. It pays off to maintain positive outlook. Theoretically we should stick to that, but practically managing mood is very difficult, I mean, not superficially.
    Exactly so that water can retain the energy which comes through words, prayers or straight the opposite: curses.
    Every old lady who did healing or was known as herb woman back in Latvia, or in some cases future foreteller, used either water or salt to keep the energy of words which were said upon it. It’s ancient knowledge, and I do something every morning: say good words or good wishes over the water in glass which stays next to me overnight and then drink it. Without much thinking of it, I learned that from my grandmother and great-grandmother.
    I believe he is right that the water in cells can retain some of that. However, each cell comes with its program as per DNA, so we pretty much have to bend the genetic information to achieve what we wish. The connection between subconscious and conscious part of a human is quite well-explored. I think people who report achieving progress with modifying cell information towards positive outcome have access to their subconscious part.
    All things work much better when we are at the top of our emotions and steer them towards the positive pole. However, research suggests that energy per se doesn’t have positive or negative characteristics, so it must be the power of thought, word and its hidden meaning.

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    • Yes, well said Inese! It’s hard to maintain constant positive energy because after all, we are human and life isn’t always perfect. It takes a quite a bit of effort to change the thoughts and habits residing in the subconscious mind but research shows it is possible. I’m gathering information from different scientists and doctors and seeing how each one is intertwined with the next and find myself thinking, is it really that simple?
      Thank you for sharing your thoughts and insights on this topic. So stay tuned because I’ll be writing more posts on these interesting topics.

      Also, I love what you learned from your grandmothers. I recently started doing a similar practice with the water I drink everyday.

      Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


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