Positive Thoughts Powerfully Effect Our Food

Positive Thoughts Powerfully Effect Our Food Michele Miller February 28, 2015 Life, Metaphysics, Spirituality No Comments  Saying a blessing, prayer, chant, or expressing gratitude before a meal is a common practice among many cultures and religions and for a good reason.

Ever notice that your mom’s home-cooked meal tastes better than anything anywhere else? Or ever hear that love is the secret ingredient? You can actually taste love…so what if we choose positive, loving thoughts before we eat? The power of our thoughts have an effect on what we eat and drink, on what we put into our bodies.

“By choosing your thoughts, and by selecting which emotional currents you will release and which you will reinforce, you determine the quality of your Light. Your determine the effect that you will have upon others, and the nature of the experiences of your life.” -Gary Zukav

Thoughts have an incredibly strong effect, we’ve heard this before. The effect your thoughts have on yourself and those around you can cause a ripple effect. Everything is energy and those emotional currents are powerful. If everything is energy, then your thoughts, your intentions on your food, and the food itself, even when the body is busy digesting it, is energy too. Food can absorb positive emotional currents or negative emotional currents.

Doesn’t grandma’s homemade mashed potatoes taste better then those at a restaurant? That ingredient of love can also create positive thoughts that you’ve correlated with her potatoes. There is a reason that certain foods are called ‘comfort food.’ We think positive thoughts when eating them and we associate those positive feelings with the food. Therefore, setting loving or positive intentions on any of your meals can have the same effect. Essentially, all food can be comfort food. 

Dr. Masaru Emoto exposed music, spoken and written words, pictures and videos to water, which caused a direct effect on the water after it was crystallized. You can read more about how thoughts effect water and Dr. Emoto’s experiment, here. Watch the clip below from the 2004 film, “What the Bleep Do We Know?” to see where they reference his study on water.

Clip from, “What The Bleep Do We Know”

Also, watch Doctor Masaru Emoto’s Similar Experiment On Rice:

Click here to watch Dr. Emoto’s full documentary.

Our thoughts change the energy in every living around us, from our loved ones to our food. If we are constantly go-go-go in our daily life, we might forget that thoughts can make a huge shift in our day. If we are ingesting food when we are anxious or shoving down a burger while feeling stressed it could cause disruption in our digestion. Our bodies will be trying to digest not only the food, but the thoughts and feelings that go along with it.

Being mindful before we eat by taking a few deep breaths, silently sending thanks to those who have grown the food, sending positive thoughts to who prepared it, or just letting the food bask in our loving intentions can have a direct effect on our bodies. We truly are what we eat. Emit emotional currents that will give light and positivity to your food and therefore give light and positivity back to you.

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Michele Miller

Michele Miller

Michele Miller is a staff writer for The Open Mind and Enlightened Consciousness. She is passionate about creating a more conscious world and cultivating more connection among us all.

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