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Are you pickin’ up good vibrations?

by Janie Solarski

There’s a lot to be said for “lovin’ good vibrations,” according to the Beach Boys.

Dr. Masuru Emoto actually demonstrated it in his groundbreaking research on our conscious connection to water. The photos in his book, Messages from Water, depict what happens to water when it’s exposed to various forms of music and words and then frozen.

Water comprises 60 to 70 percent of the human body, and every cell in our body depends on it to transport oxygen and nutrients and remove wastes and toxins.

But according to Dr. Emoto, water does so much more. It carries vibrations or “messages” throughout our cells and bodies.

When exposed to positive words such as “love” and “gratitude” and to classical music and healing chants, water formed beautiful crystals upon freezing.  Heavy metal music, on the other hand, produced warped crystals.

Emoto says the vibrations of beautiful words, thoughts, and music can help our minds and bodies heal.

What kinds of vibrations is your body picking up?

What internal messages are running through your mind as you go about your day? Are they self-defeating or self-affirming? Are the words you speak negative and demeaning or positive and encouraging? Is the music you listen to jarring or uplifting?

As you read in Paul Hoffman’s recent post on the power of music and meditation, the music of Sonic Access was specially created with vibrations to align your body for a personal transformation.

Additionally, the use Paraliminal technology to send multilevel messages to each hemisphere of the brain. You hear a variety of supportive and effective messages coming into each ear. Because your conscious mind finds it difficult to process two voices speaking simultaneously, it shuts down, putting you into a deeply relaxed, clear-headed state—which leaves your inner mind to absorb the message at a deep level.

When you listen, the words, music, and vibrations of the meditations gently guide your mind to support your health and well-being. If Dr. Emoto took a photo of your cells, you just might get a glimpse of those lovin’ vibrations!

– Janie Solarski