Impact of Our Thoughts on Environment
AbstractThoughts created in mind are energy that radiated out in the environment and influence it’s surrounding either positively or negatively depending upon the nature of positive or negative thoughts respectively. The creation of thoughts in the mind is based on the source of information or past experiences. The present paper discusses the various evidences such as Biophoton emissions, Kirlian photography, Einstein-Bose-Condensate, Emoto’s experiment on water crystals formation that proves how directed thoughts (intentions) of high frequency impact on the environment.
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