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Bad Moods And Good Energy In Homes Food And Water
There have been numerous studies done on homes, food and water retaining emotions and the results have been astonishing. Houses, the food we eat and the water we drink all hold energy of moods past.
Albert Einstein said, “Everything is energy and that is all there is to it.”
Seeing Is Believing
This may sound far-fetched to some of you but there has been too many scientific studies validating these findings to overlook them as indigenous superstitions. If you’ve ever gone into a house or building and felt creepy or on edge it could be because something bad happened there. You might not know why or have any idea it just feels wrong. Some of us are more in-tune and able to pick up on this than others.
For centuries the Chinese have believed that our mood when preparing food is essential to the outcome as well as the digestion of the recipient. If you eat a meal cooked by a person who is angry, sad, or resentful you won’t enjoy your portion near as much as you would having eaten dishes served and made by people who are in a good mood or better yet happy. You may get indigestion or feel uneasy after eating; this could be because the cook was not well emotionally or mentally.
China isn’t the only country with these beliefs. African and Native American people are also aware that juju or mood is transferred into what we make and where we live. Our well-being or the lack there-of is absorbed into the product we are preparing and the structures where we work and live.
I wouldn’t want to eat anything that came out of Hell’s Kitchen, there is too much anger and frustration in the food.
You’ve heard of haunted houses and whether you believe in ghosts or not it has been proven that houses and buildings retain emotions or energy.
Trent Reznor is said to have bought the house where Sharon Tate and family were murdered by Charles Manson and his followers. He wrote a lot of dark songs while living there and attributes his muse from the vibes he got from the house. The home was later demolished.
Strong emotions give off an emotional residue. Studies have shown that when entering a home or room where a major event has occurred, the place will have an atmosphere of joy, fear, anger or sadness.
Homes sold due to divorce or death are often resold many times. The new owners never quite feel good about the place so they sell and move on. There are bad emotions attached to the place even though the buyers never know its back story.
People will subconsciously avoid a place where tragedy has happened that is why a business will often fail after a murder has been committed on the property.
Pronounced “fung shway” is the art of arranging furnishings and other things in our life to achieve positive qi pronounced “chee” and means energy. It is believed that the way we position our belongings and even the buildings where we live or work can have an impact on our mood and prosperity.
Some think it is silly superstition but others follow the practice religiously. It is based on the sun and moon and the magnetic pull of both. The moon affects the tides, births as well as emotions. It has been known for years that the sun has a strong impact on our mood.
There are many books and videos on this practice if you want to learn more about this art.
This study has the most physical evidence of emotions leaving behind residue. Dr. Masaru Emoto has done extensive experiments on water after being exposed to music, speech and even pollution. Water is life and energy and retains emotion. This may be why our food holds mood since there is water in most foods we eat.
Dr. Masaru Emoto has written books and given talks on his findings. You can find videos on YouTube showing some of his pictures; I’ll share one below.
It is well known that the mood of the creator makes a big difference in the outcome of the piece whether it is music, writing, sculptures or a painting. Some of the greatest works of art have been produced when the artist was under duress. Look at musicians or painters most celebrated pieces and then read about the person’s emotions while working on their creation. Strong emotions bring out vibrant work.
Moods Are Contagious
Most of us know that when one of us is in a bad mood everyone else soon becomes agitated. Now you know that not only do the people around you absorb your anger but so does the food you are cooking, the walls around you as well as the water you drink. Keeping a good attitude is best for our own health as well as the ones we live with and the future generations who will reside in your home.
Meditation can help keep our minds serene.
Removing Bad Energy
You can pay someone to come into your home and remove the negative vibes but you can also do it yourself. Native Americans have been smudging or burning sage for generations to get rid of bad energy. They say a chant along with carrying a smoking bundle of sage brush throughout the home.
You can replicate this by burning sage, saying positive words or prayers; recite happy poetry or play joyful or peaceful music. Any of these things will help eliminate the negative energy in the home. Make sure you keep happy energy flowing by being in a good mood and thinking good thoughts as much as possible. Staying upbeat will transfer positive energy to your home.
If it’s really bad some just tear down the house and start over but the emotions may go deep into the earth so that may not be enough.