Scientist discovered that some words have the power to revive dead cells. During the research scientists were amazed by the power some words hold. They were also surprised by the incredible discovery on how thoughts influence cruelty and violence.
Back in 1949 researchers Enrico Fermi, John Pasta and Stanislaw Ulam were doing a research on nonlinear – oscillating systems whose properties are conditioned by the process that’s going on in them. These systems, under particular circumstances, started behaving strangely.
Studies have shown that under particular circumstances the memory of the system started increasing and the information remained stored for a longer time. The most common example – the DNA molecule carries the information memory of organisms. Even then, the scientist were asking themselves how can a simple molecule, which doesn’t possess any brain structure or nervous system, can have memory that precise that exceeds any other modern computer. Later they discovered the mysterious solitons.
A soliton is a solitary pulse-like wave that is found in nonlinear systems.
There was no end to the scientists’ surprise when they discovered that these waves act as conscious beings. Finally, 40 years later, scientists made some progress with these researches. By using special instruments, they managed to follow the trajectory of these waves towards the DNA sequence.
Approaching the sequence, the wave read the information completely. We can compare this to a man reading an open book, but a hundred times more precise. During the research all the experimenters had the same question – why are the solitons acting that way and who is giving the command?
They continued their researches at the mathematical Institute at the RAS ( Russian Academy of Science). The scientists tried to affect the solitons by incorporating words in the information carrier. What they saw, exceeded all their expectations – under the influence of the words, the solitons came to life. The researchers took it a step further- they directed the waves towards some wheat seeds they had previously radiated so that the DNA sequence broke, and the cells became nonviable. After the wheat was affected by the waves, it started germinating. Under microscope, they discovered that the DNA that had been destroyed with radiation, was actually repaired.
It’s turned out that words can bring a dead cell back to life.
What actually happened was that, under the influence of words, solitons mastered force of life. The results have been confirmed many times by other scientists from Britain, France and the USA. Scientists developed a special program which transformed words into vibrations and incorporated them onto the soliton waves, which later they used to affect the DNA of the seeds. The growth and quality of the plants increased exponentially. They also experimented on animals – after animals had been treated, their blood pressure improved and their pulse stabilized.
But the researchers didn’t stop there. Together with their colleagues from different research institutions from the USA and India they did some experiments trying to figure out the influence human thoughts have on the state of the planet. They did these experiments many times and in the last one there were between 60 and 100000 participants. This is a big number of people.
A basic and essential condition for conducting the experiment was the presence of people who could create positive thoughts. For the purpose, people willingly got together in groups and they directed their positive thoughts towards a certain point on the planet. At that time, the main point of focus was Baghdad, the capital of Iraq, where there was ongoing bloodshed.
During the experiment, the battles suddenly ceased and there was peace in the next couple of days. Also, during the experiment, the crime rate in the city dropped dramatically. Instruments that recorded a strong flow of positive energy measured the effect which the positive thoughts created.
Scientists firmly believe that these experiments show the “materiality” of human thoughts and emotions and their incredible ability to stop evil, death and violence. Once again, scientific minds, thanks to their pure thoughts and intentions, proved the ancient truth – thoughts can create and destroy.
The choice is ours to make because it depends on the focus of our attention whether we’re going to create, or negatively affect our environment and ourselves. The Human life – it’s a constant choice and we can choose to live it the right way.
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The words you choose to use can literally change your brain.
Dr. Andrew Newberg, a neuroscientist at Thomas Jefferson University, and Mark Robert Waldman, a communications expert, collaborated on the book, “Words Can Change Your Brain.” In it, they write, “a single word has the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate physical and emotional stress.”
When we use words filled with positivity, like “love” and “peace”, we can alter how our brain functions by increasing cognitive reasoning and strengthening areas in our frontal lobes.
Using positive words more often than negative ones can kick-start the motivational centers of the brain, propelling them into action.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, when we use negative words, we are preventing certain neuro-chemicals from being produced which contribute to stress management. Each and every one of us are initially hardwired to worry; it’s how our primal brain protects us from dangerous situations for survival.
So, when we allow negative words and concepts into our thoughts, we are increasing the activity in our brain’s fear center (the amygdala), and causing stress-producing hormones to flood our system. These hormones and neurotransmitters interrupt the logic and reasoning processes in the brain and inhibit normal functionality. Newberg and Waldman write, “Angry words send alarm messages through the brain, and they partially shut down the logic-and-reasoning centers located in the frontal lobes.”
An excerpt from their book tells us how using the *right* words can literally change our reality:
“By holding a positive and optimistic [word] in your mind, you stimulate frontal lobe activity. This area includes specific language centers that connect directly to the motor cortex responsible for moving you into action. And as our research has shown, the longer you concentrate on positive words, the more you begin to affect other areas of the brain.
Functions in the parietal lobe start to change, which changes your perception of yourself and the people you interact with. A positive view of yourself will bias you toward seeing the good in others, whereas a negative self-image will include you toward suspicion and doubt. Over time the structure of your thalamus will also change in response to your conscious words, thoughts, and feelings, and we believe that the thalamic changes affect the way in which you perceive reality.”
A study done by Positive Psychology further elaborates on the effects of using positive words.
A group of adults aged 35-54 were given a nightly task of writing down three things that went well for them that day, including an explanation of why. The following three months showed their degrees of happiness continued to rise, and their feelings of depression continued to decline. By focusing and reflecting on positive ideas and emotions, we can improve our overall well-being and increase functionality of our brain.
What words do you choose to focus your energy on? If you notice your life isn’t exactly “peachy,” try carrying a journal with you to keep track of how often you use negative words. You may be surprised to find how simple the solution to a better life really is- change your words, change your life.
Source – Spirit Science
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