Like words to water, we become
By Virginia J. Pasalo
THE time for cursing and name-calling will eventually lose its charm. A few more months and the saliva that nurtures the taste for it will go totally stale. The people who cheer, the people who ignore, and the those who are indifferent, will find that it defiles their consciousness, which in turn pollutes their bodies, making them vulnerable to sickness, and even death.
When animals wake up, the first thing they do is to “evacuate” and hydrate. That means, for human beings to be healthy, we need to cleanse ourselves from the toxin accumulated daily, both from our physical and mental activities. This means physically, to unload waste matter first thing in the morning, and drink at least eight glasses of living water during the day. To clean the mind of toxin is the same. Listen to life-sustaining messages, and not to messages that sucks the life out of you.
Masaru Emoto, a Japanese author, researcher, photographer and entrepreneur claimed that “human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water.” Emoto’s experiments took years, and his early work explored his belief that water could react to positive thoughts and words, and that “polluted water could be cleaned through prayer and positive visualization.” Since 1999, Emoto published several volumes of a work entitled ”Messages from Water,” which contain photographs of ice crystals and their accompanying experiments. Emoto’s ideas appeared in the movie ”What the Bleep Do We Know!?” A video entitled, “Dr. Masaru Emoto’s Water Experiment – Words are Alive!” documents his experiment with water, exposing them to music, words spoke, words typed, pictures and videos. In the end he poses a real possibility, ”If words can do that to water, imagine what it can do to us.”
Why is this relevant to human beings? Water exposed to music showed beautiful crystals. Water exposed to negative energy appear dark and lifeless. In his experiments, Dr. Emoto proved that water has memory. If water absorbs and reacts differently to positive and negative stimuli, and human beings are 60-80% water, then words can make us dead or alive. According to him, we can then create our own reality, by the way we speak and think because we are all vibration and energy.
A friend of mine tried this experiment on two trees, saying “I love you” to one tree and “I hate you” to another tree, every time she passes them inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. After one month, the leaves of the “I hate you” tree, have yellowed. She made amends by saying “I love you” and embracing the tree whenever she jogs, and the tree has amazingly recovered.
So get rid of the cuss words, the name-calling, surround yourself with life-giving thoughts. What you think and feel, you will become.
Here is what I have become:
29 August 2016 3:05 a.m.
Good morning, morning! Not a drizzle, I miss the drizzle. But I like the quiet, this solemn silence that feels like holy water. Yes holy water. Not the one poured over infants as they are baptized of which I know nothing about, even if my pious mother made sure that it was poured on me as soon as she could walk after giving birth. Not the water in the river of Jordan, where I was submerged as part of another baptism, with all them classmates witnessing my wetness. No, not those two experiences.
This is different, I feel I am part of the silence. I am the silence. It is a holy outpouring of the divine. A feeling of oneness. A feeling of being in the water, becoming the water. I am the water. Beyond its liquid form, in its purest form. The way it felt when I sat at a point overlooking the vast expanse of the desert and realized, I was part of the desert, a glorious grain of sand. I am the desert.