How body talk helps you lose weight, get rid of depression, and levitate objects
“God is good, God is great. Thanks for the food—let’s eat!”
Is there a deeper meaning to prayer? Could blessing our food or anything else be the catalyst for a quantum event that explains on a scientific level why we perform the rituals we have performed for thousands of years? And if we have a better understanding of how this quantum event occurs, can it make our prayers, intent, and thought more effective?
Anyone that has grown up in the church (Christian, or otherwise) and is familiar with traditional religious practices knows that it is customary to bless your food. As children, many were taught this simple Christian prayer:
God is great and God is good.
Now we thank him for our food.
By his hands we all are fed.
Thank you, Lord, for our daily bread.
God is great and God is good,
And we thank him for our food.
Anyone that gathers with a large family will know that praying before a meal is commonplace no matter what religion you practice. The Buddhists, too, use ceremonial food offerings as a common practice:
This food is the gift of the whole universe,
Each morsel is a sacrifice of life,
May I be worthy to receive it.
May the energy in this food,
Give me the strength,
To transform my unwholesome qualities
into wholesome ones.
I am grateful for this food,
May I realise the Path of Awakening,
For the sake of all beings.
Namo Amida Buddha.
Yet, as with so many religious practices, do we really understand why blessing our food is important? Or is it just “something we’ve always done” and therefore, we’re still doing it. Acceptance of tradition without understanding is one of the greatest flaws of our global society.
A little research to show the power of your thoughts, beliefs, and pure intent
When you pray or bless your food, what you are really doing is activating your quantum energy field, or body consciousness, plus the consciousness existing in the food or water you are eating and informing it how you would like it to react with your body. If thoughts are things, then “blessing our food” can create a quantum probability that allows external factors to work in our favor (i.e. you digest food better, take in more nutrients, or rid yourself of harmful toxins that might lead to depression, weight gain, or worse). I call this body talk.
Let’s look at some of the new science showing that consciousness or intent can actually affect external stimuli. In quantum mechanics, we’re starting to understand the way that consciousness affects that which surrounds it. Particles of light are altered in experiments where someone is “watching the experiment,” meaning that the science is different based on who is watching and what they are thinking. Quantum physics, then, is a study of probability and points at the illusion of everyday reality as we perceive it.
New studies have shown that water records information much like a harddrive might. Though water acquires new properties and information, its chemical composition remains unchanged—H20. What scientists are starting to understand, though, is that the chemical composition is not the only factor at work. The way the structure and form of the chemical clusters at a molecular level might be even more important.
H20 clusters can take on different structure and form.
For those not familiar with researcher Dr. Emoto Masaru’s work with water, he has shown that directing a certain consciousness or thought into water particles will directly affect how those particles take form. When water particles are given kind or uplifting intent or energy and then frozen, the water particles take on beautiful snowflake type form. When negative intent is projected into the water and then frozen, the water molecules take on a much more jarring and disjointed form. Here are some of his images labeled with the projected intent:
“Love” Frozen Water Molecule
“Beethoven” Frozen Water Molecule
“Bach” Frozen Water Molecule
“Mozart” Frozen Water Molecule
“Heavy Metal” Frozen Water Molecule
“Hate” Frozen Water Molecule
Of course, there is much controversy surrounding these photographs, as some scientists have not been able to produce the same results. What these scientists fail to see is that it is not only the words or the music that affects the water molecules, but the pure intent and energy behind them. Our intent, beliefs, and pure thoughts affect the environment around us and the way our own body functions much more than modern science has noted. The Spirit Science web series has taken much of the new research and science (including further experiments by Dr. Emoto) around water’s curious ability to change structure and form and put together a great video that is embedded below.
Why you should bless your food
Now that we have a better understanding of how our thoughts can affect water. Let’s get back to this blessing of the daily bread business. Is it mere coincidence that so many religions or philosophies make a point to discuss the blessing of food? Given I don’t believe in coincidences and only in synchronicity, then the answer must be, No. So, why all the chatter about talking to your food?
When you bless your food, or talk to it, what you are really doing is setting an intent for the form or structure that you would like the food to take. If you believe in a God, then you’re asking God to allow this food to take on its highest and most nutritious form. If you don’t, then you’re using the quantum theory that our thoughts can affect outside stimuli, like food, water, etc, and with pure intent, you are asking the food and your body consciousness to perform the highest possible good for you and your body with this meal.
Now it might sound crazy—”How are you doing today, Mr. Apple?”—but, you don’t necessarily have to do this out loud. After all, spirit, God, or quantum physics do not understand words, they understand energy. So, merely projecting a positive intent for your food to become and serve its highest form is enough.
The result—if you believe it to be so—is that “talking” to your body, food, water, or anything else, attracts the highest energetic form and structure of those things. This is the most basic level of what has been given the buzz phrase, “The Law of Attraction.” When you believe that a food is going to make you fat, it does. When you give thanks for your food and ask it to take on its highest form; when you ask or lovingly command your body consciousness to only take that which will serve your body, and bless your food—then you will find that the foods that always made you fat or depressed in the past do not have as much influence on you.
Other ways that blessing things with prayer can provide positive results
Of course, the common argument must be that it is scientifically proven that high-calorie foods, carbs, fat, or whatever other diet or food myth you subscribe to has proven that eating certain things makes you fat. And this is true—if you believe those things to be true, then they will be true for you. What you will find, though, is that by giving thanks for your food and asking it to take on its highest form, your body consciousness will either take on any nutrients and pass the rest right through you, or—more likely, it will eliminate some of the cravings you have for food that isn’t good for you.
In his book, Zero Limits, Dr. Joe Vitale discusses how therapist Dr. Hew Len used an ancient ho’oponopono prayer, “I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you,” before every meal he ate. Whether hamburgers, lasagna, or salad, it was always the same and Dr. Len never seemed to put on any weight. What likely happened here is that Dr. Lew no longer had the cravings to eat McDonald’s for every meal—but maybe there is something else at play here. What is interesting is that he was able to apply this same method to his therapy at a Hawaiian mental hospital for mentally ill criminals and saw amazing results.
As explained in Vitale’s book, Dr. Len showed up to the hospital to rolling eyes of the nurses and staff. But, rather than rattle off orders or new theories for them to implement, he spent the majority of his time in his office with the patient files practicing ho’oponopono. Without trying to convert inmates to a certain belief system about themselves or anything else, he merely meditated on their files, projecting the ho’oponopono prayer, “I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you,” to each of the inmates.
An amazing thing happened a while after his arrival. When walls were painted, they stayed clean and untouched by acts of vandalism. This gave the hospital a more positive ambiance. All of a sudden the gardens and grounds were being taken care of by inmates and hospital staff, where before they had been neglected. The dilapidated tennis courts were repaired, and inmates began having friendly competition on the courts with one another. Prisoners that had once needed to be shackled were allowed to roam free and caused no trouble. The staff was no longer prone to taking sick leave. All in all, the hospital completely transformed itself because one man, Dr. Hew Len, changed the molecular structure and form of the hospital from one of despair to one of hope.
For those that find the “magic” of quantum mechanics a little too far fetched, Malcolm Gladwell, in his book, Blink, refers to this as the broken window theory, highlighting the criminological work of social scientists James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling. What they discovered was that if a building has a broken window and it is not soon repaired, the tendency is for vandals to break a few more windows. Form and structure tend to repeat one another until acted upon by outside stimuli—even if that outside event is just a guy meditating in his office. When we tend to our problems, food, water, bodies, etcetera, we are able to counteract any negative form that they or we have taken on from outside events.
Taking food blessing experiments and body talk a step further
How do we actually prove any of this? Well, the best way is to give it a try and see if it works for you. Naturally, you need to believe that it will work, though. This is called pure intent and is the basis of any prayer, meditation, mantra, or affirmation actually working. The belief that a ritual will work is far more important than the ritual.
In the same vein of self-experimentation, I have been working through a series of experiments based on the Quantum K healing manual. Here, Andrew J Kemp, has written extensively about his past work with kinesiology, muscle testing, and nutritional response therapy and our body’s ability to alter its DNA to serve us better. Sound crazy? Just wait, it gets better. Through a series of clinical trials at his clinics and building off the work of Brian Jenner, he determined that the human body consciousness will actually respond to the frequency of various supplements, crystals, and other healing agents by feeding it the binary code of each frequency.
In homeopathic medicine, the supplements that you take are not designed to actually cure you, but rather to remind your body how to cure itself. They are more of a blueprint for the way your body was designed to work, and a reminder that your body consciousness has taken on some bad habits over the years. What your body is responding to is the frequency, structure, and form of the supplements and then mimicking it to perform a personal healing based on its proper DNA blueprint.
What Kemp has shown with his Quantum K manual is that the body does not even necessarily need the supplements. I used nutritional response testing to get rid of debilitating back pain and have continued it to balance out my body and keep from getting sick. But, I often must take anywhere from 50-200 pills a week to keep the positive effects. A month ago, I started the Quantum K program, and in my last nutritional response testing, my body no longer needed any of the supplements that I had been taking other than a select few. Instead, through the binary input of the Quantum K manual, my body can now find the frequencies, structure, and form it needs to personally heal itself without the need of external supplements.
Wow. Even now, three weeks after getting off most of my supplements, I find this to be incredible. I’ve also noticed that I am much more in tune with my own body consciousness and can easily assess what would be most beneficial to my body, my life, my attitude, and much much more. I’ve started to experience what Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now, has called for all of these years, my Being. And now I’m in cahoots with it—I am it! And it is that which makes body talk so powerful. When you become the ritual, it works wonders for you.
Give yourself a self-experimentation vacation
We’re way passed science, here. Which is good. We want to always be moving much faster and further than science can ever prove. So, how do we know if this is real or just a great story to tell to get people to be nice to everyone? Try it for yourself!
The greatest thing I have learned over the past year that I’ve been on an intense spirit quest is that it is only real once it works or does not work for you. Too often, we just blindly accept things without having an understanding of why we’ve made them a part of our lives. I have found great joy in running hundreds of very strange experiments on myself. It has been very rewarding to understand why people perform certain rituals, because in the understanding of those rituals, I have been able to create my own, adopt others, and make amends with many misconceptions I had about religion. But, mostly, I’ve become a healthier person. I no longer have terrible back pain that keeps me up at night. I’ve lost almost 25 pounds over the past few months without really changing my eating or workout habits all that much. And I have a sense of peace, contentment, and joy that is completely independent of anything happening externally.
If the things I write about on this blog are interesting to you, then see if it makes sense for you to do a little self-experimentation for yourself. But, if you’re going to do it, really do it. Believe that whatever ritual or technique you employ is going to work. Most religions have it right in that faith is the most important thing. Faith that something will work for you, whether it’s blessing your food, starting a workout program, eating healthier, or doing nothing and talking yourself into believing that just your intention is enough to create positive changes.
If you’ve ever wondered what you are really capable of doing, then give it a try. Some of the experiments will make you look and sound crazy, but that is how all great discoveries started out! Here are a few things that I’m experimenting with, right now, that I’ll soon report back on and write about in the future:
- Subconscious reading—flipping quickly through books and taking a subconscious imprint of each page right before bed and then writing down what I understand about the subject matter of the book when I wake up in the morning
- Dowsing—using dowsing rods and a pendulum to connect with my higher-self and other energies
- Stream-of-Consciousness Writing—I’ve been typing out questions in an empty document, and then writing whatever pops into my head without thinking about it. The answers have been sometimes shocking, right on, and pretty freaky actually.
- Classical Music Meditation—listening to classical music in a state of meditation to balance my left and right brain
- Quantum K Healing—reading the Quantum K manual twice weekly to imprint the binary code and frequency needed for my body to heal itself
- No more alarm clock—No longer setting alarm clocks to wake up, so that my body can stay in its parasympathetic mode longer, heal itself faster, and rebuild organs to original DNA blueprint level of optimization
- Talking to my food and body—Per this post, I’m trying to give thanks to my food and my body whenever I can. I’m also asking my food, water, and body to take on its highest form and structure. I’m appreciating them for serving me well.
- No alcohol—I stopped drinking alcohol (I used to be quite a lush) two months ago and am performing multiple experiments to heal and regrow my liver, which had been depleted by nearly 30% tissue loss (nearing jaundice). This “regrowth” is something that traditional doctors assure me is not possible—but, they don’t know anything and I’m already proving them wrong. :)
- Levitate Objects—Most science fiction is channeled from a higher source. I know it must be possible to levitate, I just need to disavow the laws of physics and gravity. I’m working on it.
- Alchemy—The ancient art of turning lead into gold has been fantasized for thousands of years, but it’s more than that. Gold was actually just the catalyst agent used by alchemists for modifying the structure of elements, energies, and so much more. Yeah, I’m setting up shop.
Now, many of these make me sound like a crazy person. And people are constantly telling me this—but why would I care what a bunch of people that still get sick, depressed, or fat think about me? Of course, I’m kidding, and most of the time, so are they. But, I don’t just believe all of these things blindly. When they work for me, I believe them. When they don’t, then I do further research or I label them hogwash.
The point I’m trying to make is that until you try it for yourself, you’ll never really know. Whether it’s your faith, religion, diet, workout routine, meditations, rituals, route to work, or anything else—results will vary, and they vary vastly from person to person. In self-experimentation, the limit is how far you’re able to open your mind. So, form a theory or a hypothesis and then go and test it for yourself. You don’t have to always rely on what someone else has said is the best way to do something. It’s different for everyone and what works for you might not work for anyone else. But if it works for you, then it was worth the effort.
In a conceptual world you don’t have to have your theory accepted by modern science or doctors to be right. It only has to work for you.
Here is the video about Water that The Spirit Science put together: