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The Importance of Staying Hydrated and Happy
Most people know that staying hydrated is good for your health. But what most people may not understand is how the water is affected by the thoughts that we think.
You may be wondering, how can the thoughts I think, affect the water I drink?
Science and Staying Hydrated
According to Dr. Masaru Emoto, author of “Messages from Water and the Universe”, the thoughts and intentions of human beings affect the physical reality around us. In order to prove this, Dr. Emoto photographed frozen water samples to show how thoughts change physical reality.
Water in a Positive Environment
When I first saw this, it blew my mind. Water thrives in a positive environment but becomes polluted and mutated when negativity is introduced.
Since our bodies are composed primarily of water, it makes perfect sense why we should be thinking and feeling positive emotions as much as we can.
I have a perfect example of this in my life when I did not get sick for almost two years, my immune system seemed like it was firing on all cylinders. I was around many people who were sick including my wife Laura, yet I stayed healthy.
Laura and I got into a fight a few months back and I got my first cold in two years.
I know the reason I did not stay healthy was because of how I was feeling emotionally.
It goes against what most of us have been taught, but I feel it is one of the most valuable lessons I could ever teach.
Judgment (“You make me sick”) creates toxicity while “Love and Appreciate” creates a perfect piece of art. While you may think that staying hydrated is enough, your positive and negative thoughts could have a greater impact on your health than you think.
To find out more about Dr. Emoto and his experiments regarding thoughts and water, I highly recommend his book below.