“Your mind can only hold one thought at a time. Make it a positive and constructive one.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
This time of year is beautiful! It’s a time for reflection, granting wishes, and a time for sharing moments. For some, this time of year can be a struggle–both financially and personally.
If you are someone who is finding it difficult to give monetarily, I have something to share with you.
The power of prayer. Large scientific studies have confirmed both prayer and distance healing to have a greater effect than chance. In a study published in 2001, a group of mothers in a fertility clinic in Korea were divided into two groups. One group was prayed for and the other was not. These prayers were sent over great distances (from the USA, Canada, and Australia) from people of all religions and cultures to the fertility clinic.
This effort resulted in nearly doubling the number of pregnancies from in vitro fertilization in the group that was prayed for. The pregnancy rates went from 26% to 50%! No one even knew who was being prayed for in the clinic until the study was completed. Incredible! And there are several other studies that support the power of prayer and intent! (The Human Antenna, Dr. Robin Kelly pg. 74)
What we are talking about here is energy! Everything is comprised of energy–including thoughts! Scientists have discovered (from EEGs) that our brains emit different frequencies of waves. They are Alpha, Beta, Delta, and Theta. Each brain wave serves a different purpose in our life. We learn in Beta, we sleep in Delta, we meditate in Alpha, and we transcend in Theta.
Quantum physicists are discovering that the Theta waves are linked with the feeling of Oneness. They have found that this is the state that energy healers, psychics, mediums, and experienced meditators are in when they are sending and receiving universal information.
We know, from scientific research that waves continue endlessly through time.
This holiday season, wrap your thoughts in positivity and know that you have positively affected those near and far–and eternity. What could be better?