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Monday, February 7, 2011

Hot Thought Forms
















What are your hot thought forms? Here are some:
  • jealousy
  • rage
  • envy
  • hatred
  • fear
  • worry
  • anxiety
Why are they hot? Initially because of the way you feel when you have them. And the way they spiral into even hotter thoughts (pain body) if you continue having them.

But the second reason - and potentially even more important one - why they are hot thought forms, is because of the effect they have on our cells. Negative thoughts, especially when they keep coming up from the past, over past hurts and pains, harm the health of our very cells, over and over and over again, if we allow this unfinished business from the past to continue to affect us in the present.

Read more about this in the feature article of my August 2008 newsletter Cellular Responsibility: Getting Your Power Back. If you do not yet receive the monthly newsletter (no cost and it only comes once a month), please click here to subscribe.


Photos: Europe's largest megalithic dolmens in El Torcal, Antequera, Spain

1 comment:

  1. This makes sense...especially considering the interesting work being done on the power of intention and feelings to transform water crystals. With the body being over 90% water, feeling such negative feelings on a continuous basis could have an effect on cells. Very interesting!

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