Using Music to Move

If you talk to anyone you know, chances are slim-to-none you will find someone who hates music, or even dislikes it.

Why is this, you may ask. To put it simply, music reaches a place within you that words cannot even get close to. If you don’t believe me, just look at the science.

In 1994, scientist Masaru Emoto collected water samples from around the world. He then froze those samples and analyzed their crystalline structures. And what he found astonish many people still to this day.

He then decided to take his research even further, studying the effects certain words, phrases and music had on the samples. And the results practically speak for themselves.

If you don’t believe me, here is a link to what Emoto discovered.



At this point you may be thinking, that’s awesome. But what does that have to do with me? If you are, just remember that the average human adult body is 60% water, while blood is 90% water. There is a reason our doctors tell us to drink water every day.

I don’t know about you, but I noticed a huge difference between the positive words and negative ones. I also noticed there was a slight difference between the positive words and the music. It is very slight, so if you didn’t notice it, I can explain.

While the words were all six sided, the musical water had many more. Plus, the musical sides were smoother and aesthetically more crystalline.

To me, this shows that positive words have the power to shape our structure in a beautiful manner. But music can do much more. It can smooth out the structure and bring out the true beauty within that is undeniable.

Once Bryan and I discovered this, we decided to use this information to our advantage. You can as well, with just a few simple steps.

The first step can prove to be difficult, as you have to change the way you talk about yourself. If you ever talk poorly about yourself, you are fragmenting the water inside you, the water that makes you. This often leads, as I have found, to a fragmenting of you emotionally and mentally.

So stop it. Just stop. Change those negative words into positive ones. You’ll thank yourself for doing so in the long run.

The second step is to pay attention to your emotions and thoughts when listening to music. Ask yourself if the songs make you feel more energetic, or grumblier. And take a look at the words, whether the message you perceive is a positive one.

Now don’t get me wrong, sometimes we need to feel down and out. It is part of the balance of our dualistic nature as human beings. And the right music can help us truly feel these emotions so that we can fully process and learn from them.

All I am saying is that you should try to save that kind of music for when you are in that kind of emotional space. The rest of your focus should be on the positive outlook on life. This way, the universe will hear what you want out of life and acquiesce your request.

Doing this continuously, you may start to notice a change in how often you are having good days compared to bad. I think this is because the change happened within you. A more positive outlook leads to more positive events.

More positive music also leads to much more dancing, because sometimes you just can’t help yourself when the right song comes along. And we all know how more exercise leads to happier lives.

And that’s all there is to it. By simply listening to the right music, we can move ourselves in all ways, especially forward.


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