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The Rice Experiment

Dr. Masaru Emoto has done some interesting work studying the impact human consciousness has on the molecular structure of water. His findings are relevant to this course because the human body is 50-75% water, so if how we feel impacts health, then laughter is a blessing because it does change how we feel for the better. His work is seen as controversial by some, yet I wonder how well understood he is. You can read more at http://lou.pm/emoto1 and http://lou.pm/emoto2. I invite you to try one of his simple experiments and observe for yourself how emotions impact life.

Place one cup of cooked rice into two separate containers. Place a lid on each. Mark one container with a positive phrase, e.g., “Thank You Rice.” Mark the other container with a negative phrase, e.g., “Stupid Rice.” Place them somewhere safe in your house that you visit often (e.g., the kitchen) at least 12 inches apart. Once or more every day for 30 days say aloud to each rice container the phrase written on it. This may sound strange but just try it. The whole point of an experiment is to see if it works or not. Try to speak your words with genuine feelings. Say “thank you” from a place of gratitude and “stupid” from a place of anger and frustration.

Here is what you may expect to find at the end of the month:

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About the Author:

Sebastian Gendry is a change-maker, coach and consultant with a passion for laughter. His life mission is help people live a happier, healthier and more connected life at a higher level of vibration. He played a major role in introducing Laughter Therapy in North America, Russia, and other countries and has been traveling every year to 3-6 continents since 2008 offering a variety of speaking and Laughter Wellness events, the method he created. He is a repeat TEDx speaker and has appeared in 100+ newspapers and magazines as well as major TV shows, including the Oprah Winfrey Show, 60 minutes and ABC Good Morning America. He encapsulates and shares the power of positive and playful energy and creativity.

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