Did you know that our thoughts may be influencing our reality and lives? Have you ever seen a movie called ‘What the Bleep Do We Know!?’.
Interestingly, there is a part in the movie about how different emotional states affect water molecules and cause them to form patterns. Imagine your surprise upon discovering that there is a different pattern for love, joy, etc.
You may start to notice the ways that your mind and body are interrelated and how your thoughts affect your body. For example, a lifetime of negative thinking may manifest in a body that is in worse shape than the body of someone who always maintains a sunny outlook on life.
Imagine for a moment that things aren’t necessarily what they may seem. There is a whole lot more going on out there than we are ‘tuned’ into. Just pondering over this for a while may start to open your mind to new possibilities.
We only see a certain range of light with our eyes. Yet, science tells us that the full range of the light spectrum is far beyond what human beings can see with the naked eye.
Of course, you may surmise the same idea applies to our human hearing. There is a greater frequency range for sound than what the human ear can hear. Consider the notion that there are entire realities that we, as human beings, don’t normally experience.
Fascinating, isn’t it?
Ever wonder why insects willingly fly into a spider’s web? Science tells us that from the insects’ point of view, and the spectrum of light that they see, a web is a beautiful multicolored rainbow.
Our perception of reality appears to be limited by the range of frequencies that we are physically aware of. Imagine how different your life might be, if you were able to sense more of these frequencies?
You may have pondered that we are born as a blank slate, very open to the influences that we encounter after birth and as children. Perhaps our current education system only takes us so far.
Isn’t it exciting to think that the truth of our lives and this universe might be a whole lot more interesting than you ever dared to dream and goes beyond what you were taught in school? The implications are staggering.
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David Snape is the author of What You Should Know about Gum Disease. Dave also answers questions at his health and wellness blog: http://tobeinformed.com One of the tools he advocates for dental health is the The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator. Join David in promoting health and well-being.
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