“Stop the Presses, News Flash” Scientific investigation has demonstrated that the molecular structure of water can be changed by positive and negative words, thoughts and music. This is a monumental, life-altering discovery with far reaching implications.
Pure water was collected by the investigators and various words were taped to the glass facing the water in the glass and then the water was frozen. When the crystals were later examined, it was found that kind words produced beautiful crystals and mean words produced irregular and malformed crystals!
The human body is made up of about 80% water so that means that you are profoundly affected by the same forces that affect the water. The results will be the same for you as they were for the water crystals. You will be deeply affected by the positive or negative thoughts and words directed at you. Think about that for a moment. Think about the importance and the repercussions of this experiment and this amazing discovery.
Think about how you can get rid of negative, nasty outcomes for yourself and how you can prevent future situations from harming your mind and your body.
To enhance and beautify your life, not only do you have to eliminate negative mean and hateful people in your life, you have to eliminate your own negative thoughts about yourself and others. Everyone and everything is connected in a collective consciousness. Do not be responsible for creating disagreeable, unsavory, ugly, bad crystals and effects in others.
Start today and monitor your thoughts and words. Eliminate all your negative, harmful thoughts and words as soon as they occur and substitute positive loving, kind, non-judgmental thoughts in their place. Record a positive tape you can listen to. Play it frequently during the day and night. Make sure that you become aware of your power to harm and destroy or to create good and beautiful reactions. Make sure that you commit yourself to fostering the best in other human beings and in the world.
Patricia Frank is a Licensed Psychotherapist. She can be reached at 305- 788-4864, Psychotherapy.firstname.lastname@example.org