Scientific knowledge about the power of thoughts
In many experiments, science was able to attest the significant influence of thoughts on the thinker and the environment.
The human being has the capacity for active and passive thinking. Active thinking occurs in the concentrated, directed thinking process, such as task editing. Passive thinking happens to the person while walking, eating and other actions of the daily life. This type of thoughts is repetitive in nature and has no direct destination. The average individual thinks - estimated - sixty thousand thoughts a day. Science discovered that every thought produces demonstrable consequences.
Experiments of the Russian scientist Poponen with DNA
Further interesting observations were made by the experiments of the Russian scientist Poponen in the early nineties. He was able to document the interactions of thoughts and emotions with the DNA. In the experiment, his team isolated human DNA and placed this genetic material in a vacuum environment. In contrast to public opinion, the vacuum does not form a completely empty space, but is characterized by vacuum fluctuations (formation and decay of particle-antiparticle pairs). The vacuum photons were in disorder prior to the introduction of the DNA. After adding the genetic material to the vacuum, Poponen was able to register the formation of order of the photons. The photons retained this arrangement even after removing the DNA.
In the next step, Poponen exposed the DNA - in a beaker - to negative emotions from test persons. While the test persons emitted negative feelings, the reactions of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) could be closely monitored. When the emotions were positive, the DNA strings relaxed and expanded. With stress and other negative emotions, the DNA strings shortened and even switched off certain codes. The next act of Popons was the removal of the isolated DNA from the test persons. First, the scientist positioned the genes in another building and was still able to determine the interaction between emotions and the genetic material. Later, he experimented with a distance of 519 km and observed a further unchanged influence between DNA and the emotions. He also examined the lag time between the emission of emotions and the response of the gene strands. He and his team could not detect a delay, but a simultaneous effect.
Man is in permanent interaction with the environment
These research findings corroborate the physical and spiritual theories that everything on our planet is in a "meshed" interaction. Human beings are basically energy structures and are in continuous interaction with other individuals, situations and events. In addition, people influence themselves in their emotions, ways of thinking and dogmas, and by their own emotions, they bring thought-relevant events to life.
The fact that man is a permanent transmitter and receiver of invisible information can explain the conditions of social relationships. People with pain, rejection and frustration will end up attracting personalities of the same kind to life and possibly amplifying their sensations.
These results point to the enormous moral responsibility of each person. The individual should pay attention to the content of own thoughts. At this point, the quote of the German philosopher Johann Herbert applies: "We should also feel responsible for what we think and feel. "
The research results of the HeartMath Institute of California
As part of the study of health and function of the heart organ, the HeartMath Institute of California gained meaningful insights. Using the latest technologies, the scientists stated that the heart has the largest energy field in the body. This electromagnetic energy field resembles a broad ring in the form of a torus and has an average extension of two meters. The electrical fields of the heart result in 100 times and the magnetic fields about 5000 times more than the fields of the brain. According to laws of physics, these electromagnetic field lines basically reach into infinity. This observation shows that humans are a permanent transmitter of information. The heart continuously emits pressure waves, sounds, light and electromagnetic signals. These signals show a different pattern depending on the emotional state. Thus, positive emotions produce ordered patterns, while negative emotions evoke disordered patterns. These patterns are registered by the nervous system and the brain and bring the body into appropriate condition.
Source and image information
Omraam Aivanhov: The power of thought. Prosveta Verlag and Versandbuchhandel. 1997, 2nd ed., 231 pages