Thursday, November 26, 2009

Language and Chance


Thoughts have been brewing in my mind over the last couple weeks. I have a love for the topic of water, even more than I knew. When a couple of readers voiced questions concerning the true “science” of my topic last time, I wanted to address those concerns.

The main complaint was the concern that Dr. Emoto’s work with language and water crystals might not be a true science. So today, I’m going to give a couple reasons why I believe that water and communication are a real part of science.

First, God created language. Not only did He use language in creation (Genesis 1:3) when He said, “Let there be light”, but He gave language to mankind to communicate with each other. Jewish tradition (Baal Shem Tov) holds that “Let there be a firmament,” was God’s utterance that allowed the universe to come into existence. God used language in creation.

Second, we know that sounds are vibrations on different wavelengths. We know that sound is carried through water (just think of the “pings” that submarines send from ship to ship) as well as air. Different wavelengths of sound are part of speech as different inflections give off different waves.

So combining wavelengths and language not only make sense but show that science is involved with language.

Here’s where I think it gets more interesting.

Our bodies contain on an average 60 percent water. Water covers approximately 70 percent of this earth.

So if we consider Dr. Emoto’s work on speaking words to water and the corresponding crystals they create, have we considered that the things we say to others have a repercussion as well?

Does the water in our body vibrate the same way as the water then photographed as crystals? Why wouldn't it? If we admit this, then is there a possibility that there may be repercussions of what we say (and do) that affect the world?

With respect to our bodies, we know that domestic violence both physical and emotional has increased. Are the ugly words we use with others and our anger affecting our health? Are our cells being generated with malignancies because they are crippled by the devastating words we use? Is this why there is an increase in cancer?

I did just a little research on El Nino to see when it started, what its indications were, and how long people have been recording the effects. A quick glance indicated corresponding time periods between the happenings of the world and the happenings of El Nino.

I believe these are all things to contemplate during this time of year when we consider the coming Christmas season.

Did you know that El Nino was named after the Christ Child? El Nino typically begins around Christmas time and thus the people named it after Jesus.

I don’t believe in accidents. I don’t believe that the same creative God that formed water molecules or our human bodies left things like sound waves or language to chance. I believe that He created a universe in which we are all connected. We are in symbiotic relationship with each other and with nature. And I believe the Master still creates. What a blessing that we can be part of that creative process. With the simple action of saying "I love you," we create. What a gift. What a life! What a blessing.

4 comments:

Jan Parrish said...

Great post.

Consider the ugly words or curses over ourselves. "I hate my ugly________." or "I am so stupid." Sadly, the words take root and affect our minds and bodies.

When I am especially sad, I look in the mirror and say, "It's going to be OK." Oddly, it reassures me and I feel better.

Loretta said...

Jan:

What a great thought! Maybe we can weave this idea into you ministry too!

Thanks for the comment.

Loretta

Slow'n'Steady said...

I think of John 6:63 where Jesus said "The words I have spoken to you are spirit and they are life." and 6:68 - Simon Peter answered him, "Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life."


also Deut. 8:3, 42:47

Loretta said...

Thanks, Joyce for your comment.