Consciousness of each of us creates our world, which means we can change the world. When the Earth is filled with the vibration of Love and Thanks, then you will experience a world filled with Love and Thanks. [Link]
I recently read The Hidden Messages in Water by Masaru Emoto and there were messages that still rivet me to this day. A lot of people probably think it’s more of that New Age mumbo-jumbo. But so much of what he said made sense to me. A lot.
The premise is that water is affected by the things we think, say, expose it to. Water is supposed to be able to form crystals when frozen, and certain ways of “interacting” with it produce certain crystals, or none at all. For example, telling water that it makes you sick will produce no crystal, and sick-looking water. Telling water “thank you” and being truly grateful for it produces perfect, beautiful crystals. [Link]
I learned this from watching What The BLEEP Do We Know. My counselor had recommended it to me and although some of the parts are WAY weird, a lot of of is fascinating as well. Lots of food for thought.
The human body is made up of lots of water. I think adults are made up of about 70-80% water. If what we say affects water that way, imagine how it affects other people. How about how it affects ourselves?
Why is water used in baptism? What about Holy Water? How about the fact that without water, WE WILL DIE?
It’s special and different and amazing. There is no denying that.
I was a bit skeptical, until the book went on to discuss vibrations. Words, music, all of that gives off vibrations. How many times has someone who is depressed walked into a room and immediately the entire atmosphere changed? What about sudden tension? Notice how when someone is in a bad mood, others can pick up on it? Okay, okay. Of course one can notice facial expressions, moods, etc. But how does that explain that feeling you get–that feeling in your heart? I’m thinking of a particular instance a few months ago. A particular person smiled at me and told me she was glad I was there, but I knew, I knew she didn’t want me around. I could feel it. Granted, I am extra sensitive–but then other people started complaining about the “vibe” they were getting from her. Once she was out of the picture, the mood instantly lightened.
We all affect each other. And I try my hardest not to let my bad feelings leak out and bring everyone else down. I am so conscious of the fact that I’m sending out vibrations that can affect everyone–and I feel guilty, so guilty by even coming around when I feel so crappy. I do it hoping to suck up some of the good vibrations from them, but the dark emotions can be incredibly powerful.
So, to keep my mind off of the bad feelings, I try to focus on sending out “Love and Thank You” vibrations. That is hard, let me tell you. Especially when you know you’ve probably pissed a lot of people off, or there are people who would really like to see you disappear, when you have self-esteem problems and wonder “what could *I* possibly do to make things okay?”
Then there is the frustration with so much in my life. Sometimes I spend hours, giving myself headaches, trying to extract the good things and stop focusing on the bad things. There are good things in my life. Why is it so easy to focus on the negative?
The simple fact is that I need to make some changes. I need to do a lot of things that will be very hard, but will be worth it if I can push through the difficulties. I have a feeling that hard and hurtful things are coming my way, but I have no one to blame but myself because I put the bad vibes out there in the first place.
I believe that if I put it out there, it’s going to materialize in some way. This is supported by Christianity, by Wicca, and by this. Speak it into existence, and it will happen. Bad and good.
I’m going to be speaking a lot, and soon.
That is all.