You Are What You Speak

Japanese scientist Masuro Emoto performed a series of experiments observing the physical effects of words, prayers, music, and environment on water.  After freezing water samples, he microscopically photographed the crystalline structure.  Water labeled with positive words exhibited far more symmetrical, aesthetically pleasing structures than water labeled with negative phrases.  Even water sick with pollution, when prayed over, changed its chaotic structure to one of symmetry and beauty.

If thoughts can do that to water, imagine what our thoughts can do to us?  Especially since 65% of the human body is comprised of water.

What kinds of thoughts are you thinking?

Thoughts are yours to choose.  Why not choose thoughts that serve you best?

Words have power.  You are what you speak.

By being conscious of the words you use, you become aware of their power and the energy behind them.

When you think the best thoughts — of all you have to be thankful for, of how great it feels to accomplish things, of all you love about life, of all the wisdom and strength you’ve gained through your experiences — those thoughts will energize and empower you.

If you want to transform your life for the better, begin by being more aware of the things you say.

 

10 thoughts on “You Are What You Speak

  1. Kate

    This is so true. Since you’ve open my eyes to thinking positive and feeling grateful. Man how your life change. Thank you for such an amazing gift. Being grateful and thankful..

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    1. Penny McDaniel Post author

      I’m so glad this resonated with you. We should want our energy to carry us forward, not backward. As we flow with life, we grow.
      Thank you for your response. You’ve certainly had your share of transformation!

      Blessings,
      Penny

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  2. Tommy

    Precious Penny,
    with all the oxen you have pulled from the ditches in your life and can still have all
    these positive thoughts to share, I feel so blest to know you and to love you!
    please keep sending these vibes my way.
    Love you,
    Tommy

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    1. Penny McDaniel Post author

      Thank you, Tommy. I learned that from my mother, who suffered through WWII in Germany. She lost her home, her grandfather (shot in front of her), and was taken to an orphanage on the Czech border with other forgotten children, until her grandmother found her. She remains positive to this day and holds no bitterness whatsoever. She’s an inspiration for sure.

      I’ll keep sending vibes your way!
      Thank you for your response.
      Blessings,
      Penny

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  3. White Bear

    I love this. If you haven’t already, check out Secret of Water. I think you can see it on Youtube. Can definitely buy on Amazon.

    Love,
    White Bear

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  4. Luisa Gregory

    I just found your blog and am grateful I did. 2017 was a year of betrayal, disappointment and sadness but I’ve made a conscious decision to leave it all in 2017 and make 2018 a year of personal growth filled with only with positive energy. Strengthening my relationships with God, my family, and a few trusted friends are my goal for the year.

    In my circle of girlfriends, there are a few that love to stir up drama with gossip and negativity. There is one in particular that can be just downright mean and it really bothers me. I avoid that group of women whenever possible, but love that I now have a quiet little phrase to utter whenever she gets nasty … “you are what you say.” Thank you!

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    1. Penny McDaniel Post author

      I’m so glad this resonated with you.

      Making positive changes sometimes means letting go of those things that no longer serve our personal growth. Getting back to basics (God, family, true friends) will nourish our souls more so than things that are ego-based.

      Good luck in your journey and may you be abundantly blessed in 2018 and beyond!
      Blessings,
      Penny

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