power of positive thinking

27 Jun

672223175_899f3b1482I love you, you are beautiful, wonderful, brilliant, strong, as lovely as sunshine after a rainstorm. You make me happy, I just want to give you a hug. Thank you!

I hate you, you are mean, ugly, stupid, incompetent, you’re a fool, and I really don’t like you at all. You make me mad.

How did you feel when you read the “I love you” section? Elated, light, happy?

How about when you read the “I hate you” section? Sad, heavy, stuck?

In Dr. Masaru Emoto’s book “The Hidden Messages in Water” he describes how positive or negative energy affects water crystals. Dr. Emoto believes that since we are made up of 70% water, and the Earth is made up of 70% water, we can heal our planet and ourselves by consciously expressing love towards water.

With our food & garden campers this summer, we will participate in Dr. Emoto’s rice experiment, which has an amazing impact on both children and adults alike.  The rice experiment starts with freshly cooked rice, divided into two containers. On one container you would place a note that says something positive like “I love you” or “thank you”, and on the other container you would place a note that says something negative like “you fool” or “stupid.” Everyday you would talk to the rice, and provide the “I love you rice” with lots of praise, thankfulness and celebration. You would then talk to the “you fool” rice and say negative and mean things to it, with all of your intention.

After a few days, you will notice some changes in the rice. We don’t want to ruin the surprise, so we suggest trying this yourself. It is a real testament to the power of words and energy.

What sort of energy are you giving out to the world?

Photo courtesy of lonleypluto911

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