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Words Matter

For last year’s words belong to last year's language. And next year’s words await another voice.

T.S Eliot.

The words we speak hold immense power, even the ones we silently utter in our minds before they escape our lips. In 2004, the renowned author Masaru Emoto delved into this concept in his book, "The Hidden Messages in Water." Emoto's fascinating hypothesis suggested that water could react differently when exposed to positive and negative words. Through his research studies, he collected water samples from various sources and subjected them to these contrasting words. The results were astonishing. The water samples exposed to positive words formed exquisite, intricate patterns resembling delicate lace, while those exposed to negative words sometimes lacked shape or displayed jagged edges. This discovery highlights our words' profound impact on the world around us, even on something as seemingly simple as water.

The power of words lies in their energy vibrations. In my recent blog post, I discussed the transformative impact of reciting the Ho'oponopono Prayer, which shifted my perspective on the prevailing negative energy on the planet today. It's essential to recognize that even our thoughts, when tinged with negativity, can have a similar energetic effect on our psyche. The energy we emit through our words and thoughts has the potential to shape our experiences and interactions with the world around us. We can contribute to a more harmonious and compassionate collective energy by cultivating a positive mindset and consciously choosing uplifting words.

By becoming more mindful and attentive to the words we speak, we can profoundly influence not only our own energy vibration but also the energy of those around us. Our words can uplift, inspire, and encourage others, creating a ripple effect of positivity. Conversely, negative or hurtful words can dampen spirits and create discord. By consciously choosing our words and speaking with kindness and empathy, we can foster a more harmonious and supportive environment for everyone. Let us remember that our words hold immense power, and by using them wisely, we can positively impact the world.

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