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Recent Posts

“Words” – How they hurt and heal

I was lead to an amazing book lately and wanted to share some insights I have gathered from reading it…mind you, it is very scientific and filled with studies from front to back–but the studies prove that the “word” can be the cause of many conditions, illnesses and neurosis that people suffer from…

The “word” also can heal them all from their these issues and the studies proved it!

I have always know that “thought creates reality” and as an actress I have had the pleasure of knowing exactly what that means through being open to a direction given by a Director in a scene….yes–it is all acting, but the emotions and feelings that can arise from “words” of direction whispered in an ear are very powerful and lead to some outstanding performances on screen….and off.

What if everything you thought, had an effect on your physical being?

You wake up in the morning and say, ” I feel so tired.” Is it any surprise that you are -tired the entire day?

Is it possible to become aware of what say before we utter the words? Does it matter if we say or just think the thoughts?

If every thing is vibration (energy), which quantum physics has proven – then our thoughts are energy as well. The effect they have on us or who they are directed towards is measurable with sensitive machines.

So, be careful what you think – as the outcome of that enerrgy may effect your physical being.

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