Dr. Masaru Emoto performed a series of experiments in the 1990s observing the physical effect of words and thoughts on the crystalline structure of water. Emoto hired photographers to take pictures of water after being exposed to the different thoughts and subsequently frozen so that they would form crystalline structures. The results were nothing short of remarkable..
As human beings are more than 90% water, there is significant scientific evidence that our thoughts create our body, how it functions, and responds to external stimuli.
Quantum physics tells us that the world is a field of infinite potential and reality is what we expect and then observe – collapsing all possibility into one “reality.” When we don’t look there are infinite possibilities but when we look we see only one.
The reality we see is often a product of our long term continuous thinking – based on what we have learned, been told, and experienced ourselves we form an expectation about what we will see when we look.
When a highly respected medical doctors tells you about your body, do you believe him? Is he highly influential in causing you to formulate the possibility you see when you look at yourself and what is wrong?
But in the background we know that our thinking arranges every molecule of our bodies. Just like the ice crystals, we see that everything in our body as comprised of water, responds to our thoughts held continuously – this is scientific fact not phantasy.
But most people’s efforts at positive thought is just a little bit of positive thinking smeared over a much larger field of negative thinking. When we do try to set our prevailing thought patterns we generally make just a cursory effort at best so that in the end our prevailing thought patterns and expectations win out.