Becoming Clean

IMG_1277Pollution comes in many forms. We are all familiar with air, water and soil pollution. But, our minds and souls can also become toxic, affecting our organs, emotions and energy systems.

In his book, “The Hidden Messages in Water”, Dr. Masaru Emoto, the acclaimed Japanese physician and scientist, writes that “crystals formed in frozen water reveals changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward them….Water that has been exposed to loving words shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns. In contrast, water exposed to negative thoughts forms incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors.”

The water in our bodies is affected by what we watch on television, read in newspapers and books, and listen to in music, having a profound effect on our mood and outlook. Do we feel doomed, fearful, out of control? Or, do we have faith in the universe to keep us safe as we learn life lessons?

Albert Einstein said that people are divided into two groups, seeing the universe as either malevolent or benevolent. What are our habits that confirm and nuture our outlook? Violent tv programs with conflict and angst? Newspaper articles that alert us to be afraid? Music that screeches and grates on the soul? Friends who gossip and talk about things that always go wrong?

Or, walks in nature and tv programs about beautiful aspects of nature and relationships? Friends who listen and talk about visions and ideas? Books that inspire and support? Classical or soothing music, like Japanese flute or Tibetan waterfall or soft singing? Food that is natural, not genetically engineered, that feeds the body and spirit?

I believe that it is time to be conscious about what kind of lives we are creating for ourselves. We can make changes, starting with the littlest, to create a clean and healthy environment for our spirits. I hope that you have a wonderful day that starts with one change to purify your thoughts.

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