Beware of Hot Pink!

photo(21)My three-year-old granddaughter asked me what was my favorite color on her new quilt.  I pointed to the petals of a flower and said, “This one.  It is called hot pink.”  A few minutes later she said, “Ouch! My elbow hurts!”  When I asked what happened, she said that she burned her elbow on the hot pink.  She couldn’t differentiate between a hot burner on a stove and the hot pink on her blanket.  She believed that both could burn her.  Studies show that thinking of an experience and believing it can elicit the same physical feeling as actually experiencing it.

In an article on quantum physics, John Assaraf sifts everything down from our tissues and organs to cells, molecules, atoms, sub-atomic particles, and finally, to energy.  He says that we are pure energy that is constantly changing beneath the surface and is controlled by our minds.  “Your life becomes what you have imagined and believed in most.  As Nobel Prize winning physicists have proven, the physical world is one large sea of energy that flashes into and out of being in milliseconds, over and over again.  Your thoughts literally shift the universe on a particle-by-particle basis to create your physical life.  An object does not exist independently of its observer.”

It seems that we get infinite chances to recreate our experienced world.  Every morning when you wake up you get to start over.  Don’t like how it’s been going?  Imagine it differently, and maybe your thoughts will catch the universe between a collapse and a coming into being again.


3 Responses to “Beware of Hot Pink!”

  1. Ruth

    Funny, I was thinking today of going to a hypnotist because of one thought program I can’t seem to shift which is that a relationship with a man is more trouble than it’s worth? My other thought systems are very positively directed and I get the benefits every day!
    Love to you

  2. Carol

    I thoroughly live by this concept. What I believe is my destiny and what I hold onto day after day is exactly what will manifest in my life. It gets tricky when I find myself overworked, overtired or stressed. But even then meditation, twice a day, reminds me to stick to my heart’s dreams and not let them go. Getting silent and going within has broadened my vistas, expanded my capacity to give and receive love, and blessed me with deep peace. Namaste’ to you all.xxxx

  3. Barbara Hinz

    These little ones sure have a way of provoking deep thoughts in us. Aren’t they wonderful!


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