Words Carry Energy

Nicole Chayka is the co-author of the paranormal book 'Fringe Dweller on the Night Shift'Japanese photographer Masaru Emoto photographed a series of pictures involving water where words were written or spoken over top of them. The impact words had on the crystalline structure of both water and ice was quite clear and heart wrenching in its implications. The resonate energy of words directly influenced the structure of the medium of water which incidentally constitutes about (60 %) of the human body.

So what does this mean to you and me?

Think of all the negative name calling you heard growing up, either directed at you or some body else.  Imagine for a second that words actually can influence the structure of the water inside our very cells.  Imagine what happens if we take those words in and start saying hurtful and ugly things to ourselves. Here’s the real test.  How do you feel when you are standing in the presence of someone being cruel and mean with their words?  Do you feel like a flower in bloom opening yourself up to the warmth of the sun, or do you feel like crouching into a tiny ball and disappearing?  Kinda obvious, yeah.

I myself started writing the word ‘love’ over top of my Berkey water system and to remind myself that self talk does affect every cell of my body.  It does matter what we tell ourselves.  The expression, “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” is only partly true.  Words hurt a great deal if you believe them, even a little bit. I highly encourage you to pay attention to your self talk for the next day or two.  Pay attention to the language you use to describe others, yourself, events.  Words reflect in part our frame of mind.  They can act as a mirror for what we believe at our core, and the judgements we hold to be true.  It is time we held ourselves accountable for the mean things we say to ourselves. “I’m not good enough.  I’m not worthy.  No one can love me-I’m unlovable.  I’m not pretty enough….slim enough…….smart enough…….young enough……….ENOUGH!”

Accepting ones self and not judging another is surely a place to start.  After that we can graduate to self love and acceptance of every one else as well.  Meanwhile, start with your mirror.  Write something that you like about yourself and leave it on the mirror so you can look at it every morning.  Change it up once in awhile.  Ask other people (seriously) what they like about you.  If they have nothing positive to say I suggest you find new friends.  If they aren’t supportive and up lifting as my father used to say, “With friends like that who needs enemies?”  Seriously, let ‘em go, although they may fall away from you naturally as soon as you start to like (and treat) yourself better.

I wish you Love and Self Respect.  I wish you would show yourself the same kindness and compassion that you offer others.  I wish you knew how beautiful and whole your soul already is when we go into the light and shed all the doubts, insecurities and other ‘ka- ka’ we collect during this life.  The proof of this was brought home to me when my mother (who suffered from depression) passed and kept her promise to me to return from the other side, but that is another story for another post.

Namaste, Nicole

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