What is the Law of Attraction?

If you visualize what you want, you can manifest anything. Want to be a wealthy VIP with a chauffeur driving you around in a private limo? Are you seeking that dream partner to marry? Visualize it and live like you already have it and it will manifest. Yes, there is a universal law that governs this.

The law is unbiased to whether your thoughts and visualization are negative or positive. If you keep on thinking about not losing money, you’ll more than likely lose it eventually. Dreading over bills? You’ll manifest more bills. Worried about getting a leaking roof during the storm?… You get the picture…

It’s called the Law of Attraction by Professor Bob Proctor. Yes. You heard that right. The term is probably not new to you but the underpinning principles in this law are something that you are yet to discover. So without further ado, here is what the Law of Attraction is.

The Law of Attraction is a principle formulated by modern-day philosopher and lecturer Professor Bob Proctor. This law implies that something can cause another thing to get attracted. In the case of humans, for example, a boy can be attracted to a girl because there is something that seems to magnetize him, therefore resulting in his response. This variable is what Prof. Proctor constantly reiterates as ‘vibration’. He has always emphasized that the reason why there is attraction is because there is vibration. How can vibration cause attraction? Continue reading.  Continue reading “What is the Law of Attraction?”

Who is Masaru Emoto?

Water – Human mind. These are two entirely different and obviously unrelated elements. Or they are not? There is a truth when you say that water as absolutely different from human mind. However, you can no longer say that these two cannot have any relations with each other. If you know about Masaru Emoto and his scientific ideas, you will have the thought that human mind and water are two interrelated elements. In this page, you will get to know more about who Masaru Emoto is and his works with regards to the previously mentioned phenomenon.

Masaru Emoto was a Japan-born entrepreneur, researcher, and author who argued that the human consciousness can actually affect water’s (H2O) molecular structure. Based on his belief, there is the chance that water has the capability to react with the positive thoughts and word released by human minds. Consequently, positive visualization and prayer can clean polluted water.

Dr. Masaru Emoto is the author of the research titled “The Hidden Messages in Water”. He graduated from the one of Japan’s premiere graduate schools, the Open International University with a doctorate degree in Alternative Medicine. For so many years, even before he had engaged himself in a lot of scientific and photographic experiments, Dr. Emoto believed that ice crystals (frozen water at the temperature of -5⁰C or 23⁰F) will have different formation depending on the way an individual will deal towards the crystals. A substantial amount of Dr. Emoto’s photographic evidence about this findings supports his arguments. In these photos, there were distinctions between crystals formations. Ice crystals that were treated positively (meaning in loving or kind manner) have a different appearance as compared to those crystals that were treated with a sense of cruelty. Continue reading “Who is Masaru Emoto?”

Frequency: The Secrets & Science of Sound

What would the world be without sound? There’d be no symphony by Beethoven, “Hey Jude” by the Beatles, iconic pop songs by Michael Jackson. Just imagine banging a huge titanium bell as hard as you can without even hearing anything. Obviously, the gift of sound is amazing…and mysterious. There are so many things that have to be explained about this topic. Aside from the dictionary definition of what “sound” is, what really do you know about it? What are the explanations behind it? This article will enlighten you so, continue reading.

According to experts, sound is perceived as such because of one primary element – frequency. Frequency, in the context of sound, is described as the number of waves/wavelengths passing through a fixed place in a particular period of time. It can also be summarized as the “vibration” of an audible element. All forms of sound are measured in terms of frequency. This way sound will be perceived is dependent on the way its frequency demonstrates. The sound of a typical ringing phone will sound differently if its frequency or the vibration will be modified.

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