Water. It’s something we all come across in our daily lives, hopefully more than once. But did you know that just like humans, water can be affected positively or negatively by word choice?
Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto conducted experiments throughout the 1990s to show that water would form “beautiful crystals after giving good words, playing good music, and showing, playing, or offering pure prayer to water.” But with negative feedback, the structure of water would become “disfigured,” clumping up into blobs of molecules instead of crystalline shapes.
Amazing, right? Well, it doesn’t stop there. There happens to be more to this discovery.
Our bodies are made up of about 65% of water. And you know what that means? Our own molecular structure is actually influenced by what we hear in our everyday lives.
This just goes to show how much our own positivity can influence others greatly. And everyone always needs a little happiness during their day. So don’t be afraid to compliment someone’s outfit, or even smile and wave to the security guard at the desk on your way to work.
A little positivity can change a person’s day, and there’s nothing wrong with spreading a little love!
Toozhy, M. (2016, April 22). The effects of your positive words. The Huffington Post. Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mehdi-toozhy/the-effects-of-your-posit_b_9557912.html