Monday, August 30, 2010

How Our Emotions Change the Molecular Structure of Water

Love and Appreciation

Thank you

The above photos illustrate how thoughts and words affected the formation of untreated, distilled, water crystals. In this experiment, words were typed onto paper by a word processor and taped on glass bottles of water overnight. The waters were then frozen and photographed. When looking at the photographs of water crystal formation their is a significant difference between the positive and negative thoughts placed on the water; you can view these images in this fascinating article:

Considering that our bodies are made up of 60% water, imagine what impact our thought have on our well-being and molecular structure! My husband and I conducted our own little experiment with this concept, we planted some wheatgrass seeds in an old coffee mug with the word "Love" painted on it. Along with the word "Love", I would tell the plant that I loved it. Once the plant reached an adequate height, Joe and I gave it to our three cats to nimble on...the result: they loved it too and seemed very happy afterwards! Maybe we gave our cats some extra "love" that day...although we do tell them we love them very often!

Our boys: Magnum and Buster

...and our girl: Nozomi


aquariann said...

Fascinating post! And cute kitties, too. ^.^

Eco-Friendly Freckles said...

Thank you Aquariann! Our kitties are the cutest! ;-D

Andrea said...

The world is what we make of it, isn't it? We perceive what our mind tells us. I look into Baby Bobby's eyes and wonder how I look to him as his momma. I wonder what else he sees with his new eyes and innocent mind. :-)

Eco-Friendly Freckles said...

Andrea, the world is new to little baby Bobby but your soft voice and loving warmth are the most familiar things to are his peaceful comfort zone; you and him share a powerful "love" together! ;-)