Sunday, June 29, 2014
Water, Self-Esteem & That Mistake You Made
Beating yourself up over mistakes and judging your every thought\action will bankrupt your self-esteem & make you miserable.
-- Brenden Dilley: Author
It is said that the body is anywhere from 60% - 75% water. A lot of discussion has gone on around Dr. Massaru Emoto and his famous water study. The gist of his experiment is he filled a number of beakers with rice and water and spoke or didn't speak certain words into the different beakers every day for a period of 30 days and then studied the results of the water and rice. If you are not familiar with this experiment you can do a quick Internet search or you can view a specific study here as it relates to treating children.
If the findings of this experiment is true how do you think your self-talk is effecting your physical\spiritual body? Are you constantly berating yourself for being an imperfect person and not being able to go back in time to change something(s) that you did that may have created a better present moment or are you treating yourself more kindly? Or are you telling yourself, we all make mistakes there are no perfect people in the world? For all I know what has happened could be the best thing that could have happened to me in order to transform me into the person that I need to become. As of now the perfect solution for my situation exists and I will learn about it when the time is right.
Words are things and bring us the results in our lives. Use your words wisely. Love yourself and realize that you did what you did, are where you are and focus on getting better and better every day in every way. This Too Shall Pass
Until we read again,