The Love Language is Language
Updated: Nov 19, 2020
In 1994, Masaru Emoto conducted a series of experiments to determine the effects of different energies—through pictures, words, and music—on water crystals. What he found was nothing short of amazing: In his experiments with words, the water that was exposed to positive words like “gratitude,” “truth,” and “peace,” created beautiful, symmetrical patterned water crystals. In contrast, the water that was exposed to negative words like “evil,” “you disgust me,” and “you fool,” created disfigured crystals.
Humans are made up of over 60 percent water, with our blood containing 92 percent water. About 71 percent of the Earth is water. If this much of our physical world is composed of water and water is hugely affected by the words and energetics we put in and around them, how can we adjust our vocabularies so that we’re creating more beauty?
The voices we use to talk to ourselves can be on a sliding scale from so loving to so harmful. The next time you notice your mind running, check in to see how you’re talking to yourself. It might be hard, but see if you can ask, is there room to be more compassionate?