HOW MUCH “SENSE
CAN YOU MAKE
OUT OF IT?
Billionaire Parenting Chapter 8 Review
Through the 1990’s, Dr. Masaru Emoto performed a series of experiments observing the physical effect of words, prayers, music and environment on the crystalline structure of water. There was a water bottle that held the negative words, “You make me sick, and I will kill you” and “Adolph Hitler.” The other bottle held the positive words such as “Thank you” and “Love and Appreciation”. The positive words formed aesthetically and symmetrically figured shapes. Now let’s imagine if the words and effects that comes out of our mouths or indirectly thought about from our minds has this effect on water crystals, what it would have on a person. Did you know the average adult human body is 57-60% water? The percentage of water in infants is much higher, typically around 75-78% water. Have you thought about what words you have been saying around your kids lately, are they positive or negative?
A research study was conducted by Dr. Jesus Manzanores of Spain with a group of children diagnosed with ADHD and underwent 20 weekly reflexology sessions. The results provided evidence that there was an average improvement of 19% on reading speed and improvement of 21% for mathematical calculations. It also evidenced that reflexology may help to relieve many of the symptoms associated with the conditions of Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. Research reveals that by reflexing the pituitary and pineal glands, there is a release of the ACTH, Oxytocin, Melatonin hormones to enhance the body and mind’s functionality.
The Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic and Training Center in China (aka the Center), had about 4 thousand staff and patients living there. The Center focuses on exercise, love, life energy and healthy foods. There are no pharmaceutical medicines. It is the largest hospital known of its kind in the world. The Center has 95% successfully treated almost two hundred different dis-eases. People have been “cured” of “cancer”, arthritis, paralysis, and diabetes (just to name a few).