Thursday, April 23, 2009

The Power of Love & Gratitude

Here is a compilation of thoughts from the "Hidden Messages in Water" Masaru Emoto. I recommend you take a look at this book and view the photos of crystals formed in water when exposed to words of love and then words of negativity. Everything in the world vibrates and we are composed of 70 percent water. The simple act of placing a "love and gratitude" label on your drinking container, or saying the words "love and gratitude" out loud or as a silent intention as you drink, or even eat your food, changes the make up and vibration of your nourishment and serves as an instrument of healing. The proof is in Emoto's book and photographs. Check it our for yourself and spread the idea far and wide.

"The most beautiful and delicate crystal that I had seen was formed by water being exposed to the words, "love and gratitude". It was as if the water had rejoiced and celebrated by creating a flower in bloom. It was so beautiful that it actually changed my life from that moment on. Water had taught me the delicacy of the human soul, and the impact that "love and gratitude" can have on the world. We all know that words have an enormous influence on the way we think and feel. Words are an expression of the soul.

The earth is searching. It wants to be beautiful. It wants to be the most beautiful it can be. We define the human being as water. I am quite certain that the water in the people who look at the photographs of crystals undergoes some form of change. I have found the most beautiful crystal of all. The one created by "love and gratitude" This is supposedly what all the world's religions are founded on. Water reaches from every individual cell to encompass the entire cosmos. The individual and society make up one enormous ocean. By adding our individual drops to this ocean, we participate in the formation of society."

Beautiful right? So if you would like to participate in a positive way to the shift of love in our world, begin with yourself. Your one drop of love in the waters of the collective consciousness will have a ripple effect.

In Love and Gratitude, Susie Sondag