Sound and thoughts changing the frequency of food

For number of years now the studies are being carried out which prove that sound influences the formation of matter. Many of the studies can be found on youtube, as this one (beware, the sounds might not be pleasant for the ears):

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YedgubRZva8&feature=related

 

We can play a little by adding a third dimension:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zoTKXXNQIU&feature=fvwp

 

In ancient texts, which give much more attention to sound than the modern civilization does, it has been stated that the entire creation comes out from the flute sound of the Creator. Sounds a bit abstract? Well, when you take a more closer look at the above clips, of what the sound frequencies can do to matter and how they shape it, why would we not believe that the ‘Word’ which was in the beginning was not in fact the melody which creates and shapes matter. Interesting, no!?

 

Who has still not heard of Mr. Masaru Emoto from Japan, raise your hand! Off you go, quickly to the Internet browser, enter his name and ‘water crystals’! He did his first experiments with water, writing different words and phrases on water bottles and watching crystals form from that same water. After he came to stunning revelations which very quickly circled the globe, Emoto continued with the experiments, this time using music. In this case, he also came to the results we all could have expected. Do we need to mention how in the formation of crystals classical music was clearly leaving a more positive impact on the water than was the case with more aggressive music. He went a step further, using the phrases: ‘I love you’, ‘I hate you’, different mantras, prayers… After some time he introduced the term ‘Hado’ which he uses to denote a subtle energy of the entire universe, even with the intention to make it measurable. For example, the words ‘I love you’ and ‘gratitude’ have a very positive Hado, having manifested in beautiful water crystal forms.

 

While the phrases ‘I hate you’ or ‘I will kill you’ had a very negative Hado and were leaving the water crystals unformed.

This instantly prompted the appearance of many books and films on that subject throughout the world – and because of one reason only… and that is: human body is made of 70% of water. Impregnated human egg contains 96% water and the embryo is swimming in ‘its mother’s sea”... If water reacts so visibly to sound and thoughts, how is then the human body reacting, being mostly made out of water, as already mentioned above.

 

Thousands of Japanese people, encouraged by their fellow countryman Emoto, started conducting experiments on food (that is what we, as a restaurant, are interested in). They would put different inscriptions on rice bowls (I love you, I hate you…), they would even say out those phrases to the rice regularly. Even the kids, when they returned from school, would do the experiments together with the parents and – are you assuming what happened? In one month, the rice to which they spoke positive words became rice malt (photo), the rice which they treated with negative emotions turned rotten and black (photo).

 

 

 

But the results of another experiment were the most remarkable and completely unexpected. Next to the bowls with rice they placed another bowl which was simply left neglected. In other words, nothing was being said to it – neither bad nor good. Do you know what happened to it? The rice in it turned rotten before that to which negative energy was being transmitted. Neglect has a much more negative Hado than that which is receiving bad words. It is interesting to think about how much attention we are really giving to the food we eat or whether we are just ‘stuffing’ it inside ourselves while watching a movie or while walking around somewhere… Do we even remember what we ate and what it tasted like?

 

In eastern cultures, especially in Vedic culture (on the territory of today’s India), food used to be treated differently. Food was being offered with mantras, which would change its frequency. One of the most well known matras, called Maha (big) mantra for a reason, is Hare Krishna mantra (manas – mind; trayate – to set free). Even today thousands of people use the Maha mantra for a ‘positive Hado’. I advise you to also make an experiment: say out the Maha mantra three times above your plate or a pot with just cooked food - Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare and try to change its frequency, its Hado. Can you feel the difference? One of the methods of offering food is saying the mantras which are exclusively meant for that purpose. One of the mantras is the following:

 

nama om visnu-padaya krsna-presthaya bhu-tale
shrimate bhaktivedanta-svamin iti namine

 

namas te sarasvate deve gaura-vani-pracarine
nirvishesa-shunyavadi-pashcatya-desha-tarine

 

namo maha-vadanyaya krsna-prema-pradaya te
krsnaya krsna-caitanya-namne gaura-tvise namah

 

namo brahmanya-devaya go-brahmana-hitaya ca
jagad-dhitaya krsnaya govindaya namo namah

 

But a positive Hado is greatly acquired if before a meal we simply express our gratitude to the Creator for all the gifts on our table. Maybe this is not so much of a custom in our culture as it is for the Americans who make an entire small ‘theatre’ taking each other by the hand while sitting at the table and expressing words of gratitude to God (you remember from the movies), but what is much closer to us here is to cross ourselves with lots of care – In the name of the Father and Son… I again stress the care because, as we have seen in the example of the neglected rice, the neglected mantra or prayer also feels ‘hurt’. Whatever we do, let us do it with meditation, respect, focus…

The meals in the vegetarian restaurant Vegehop are also being offered with positive thoughts, which are present even while they are being prepared and until they are served. The mantra we use is the Maha mantra.

 

Maybe this is one of the secrets why we have ‘greedy’ fans. And as it is stated in the restaurant’s goals: that food is no longer ordinary, it has become a ‘cure’ for both body and soul.

 

Much of the water in our body (70% of human body mass is fluid) is blood. Blood has memory, many will agree. Nutritionist Darko Jurić from the Art of life organization is doing live blood analysis (I must admit to have gone through that ‘séance’ myself) and on the basis of one drop of blood he makes a complete analysis of your general physical state. Early Christians believe that blood has consciousness and Jehovah’s Witnesses do not accept blood transfusion. A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami, the most popular spiritual writer of the 20th century, gave in his books numerous arguments that blood even transmits consciousness all over human body. If we, as laymen, tightly strap one part of our arm, stopping the blood circulation, after some time we are not going to feel consciousness in that part of our body (do not try this at home ).

 

After having established the fact that words, thoughts, sound vibrations, inscriptions… can subtly influence the frequency change in water and food, here is another practical advice. 

 

You must have noticed how in healthy food or alternative stores you can buy cups, even bottles (at high prices) which are of a certain shape and which have different inscriptions on them, with the aim of changing ‘water’s consciousness’, taking it to a higher level. Some such objects have carved out cathedrals on them, others have a mandala or some sacred sign… But here is one ‘cheap’ advice. Save money by writing something positive on your home jug yourself. If you want to be sure that what you write will have a 100% positive ‘Hado’, you write the Maha mantra: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare – and you will see: the water will change its taste.

 

Thank you for taking the time for reading this text, thanks to the water and thanks to the Creator for making sure we had something as valuable as water.

 

I wish you a positive Hado, bon appetit…

Dalibor Marić, executive

 

What, you are still not thirsty? Hmm...

 

And now off to grab a glass of water! Look at it with deep gratitude, think a bit about its worth, say a nice word to it and with deep concentration and awareness of every sip drink it up, feeling the benefits it gives.

 

 

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