I understand this may be too airy fairy for some but I only heard of the ‘water experiment with Dr Masaru Emoto a couple of weeks ago and I couldn’t believe I’d never heard of it!
To give you a brief explanation, he spoke and wrote words on different classes of water. He froze the water before and after the experiment and took photos of the crystalised water partices. There’s a video below with screenshots of the crystalised frozen water particles after the experiment and the differences in them are astonishing.
Have a watch at the video to see the differences those words made and then think about the words you say to yourself and how that could be affecting you.
Keeping in mind that we are made up of approximately 60% water, if you’re a worrier or are negative to yourself all the time, then you really need to watch this video!
So, I challenge you to take note of the thing you tell yourself throughout the course of just one day, what kind of words do you use. If you forget to do something are you condescending to yourself? If you miss the traffic lights on the way home because you were deep in thought about something, do you criticise yourself for the sake of delaying your journey by just 2 minutes. Then if you do find you are very negative, my second challenge is to replace those criticisms for the opposite, ie if you are saying ‘that was really stupid of me, then turn it on its head and say, there must have been another reason for that happening, I’m usually pretty smart.’ Yes it’s corny, yes it’s a little awkward at first but I promise you’ll start noticing a difference in how you think about yourself and even inner confidence in just a few days.
Drop me an email and let me know how you got on!