Have you ever considered how your thoughts affect your physical body? We all know that when we’re angry we can feel the effects of that anger physically. Our face becomes flushed. Our blood pressure rises. We may even feel chest pains. Conversely, when we’re happy, we generally feel better physically; our muscles relax, and we feel calm. What if we took it one step further and realized that our thoughts and words not only affect our personal selves but the world around us? What an interesting proposition it would be if we could positively affect the world, simply by thinking positive thoughts.
Studies have been conducted that provide evidence that what we think not only affects how we feel internally but can affect things outside of us. One of the leaders of this research was Dr. Masaru Emoto, a Japanese scientist who brought insight based on a study he conducted that our thoughts can impact the physical realm. His studies on the molecular structure of water transformations based on human thoughts, sounds, and intentions brings up the question: Do our thoughts affect our physical world? According to Dr. Emoto, they most certainly do. That’s why it’s vitally important that we are thinking positive, healthy, life-affirming thoughts as much as possible.
The double-blind study conducted on 2000 people in Tokyo focused positive intentions and thoughts toward water samples in an electromagnetically shielded room located in California. There was also a control group of water samples unknown to the study participants located in a separate location. Ice crystals from both water samples were photographed by an analyst and the images were assessed by 100 independent parties for aesthetic appeal. The conclusion reached was the crystals from the water focused by positive intentions and thoughts were given a higher score than the control group, which is consistent with initial studies conducted. Dr. Emoto also studied how sound affects water and found that soothing music such as classical music generated beautiful crystalline patterns in the water samples, whereas louder music such as heavy metal, created distorted crystalline patterns. While mainstream science doesn’t necessarily agree with these theories–and you may find the idea incredible–the idea that the mind affects physical reality isn’t new and it’s been demonstrated many times through research that it could be possible.
So, what does that mean for the average person? It means that whether you believe it or not, it is very likely that our thoughts affect, at the very least, our physical bodies, and we should be putting in positive and encouraging thoughts and sounds as opposed to negative ones. One of the easiest and most effective ways to do this is through the use of the BrainTap Pro App. With hundreds of positive guided visualizations paired with soothing music, binaural beats, and isochronic tones, it can be easy and relaxing to change your life for the better!
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