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power of thoughts; experiment in water crystals

Have you ever thought that the power of the mind has the ability to physically change something?

Noetic Science – Look it up. It has been around since the beginning of thought. Different names certainly such as metaphysics, philosophy, mysticism, ancient mysteries, the list continues. The most in-depth novel I have read recently that has described Noetic‘s in modern terms, and experimentation/study has been Dan Brown’s new novel Lost Symbol.

I am not here to describe the book, the science or anything else, but a friend of mine turned me onto a video that shows results from a Noetic Science experiment. The results are astounding, beautiful and made me cry. I have always been a believer in positive thoughts. This is proof, PROOF that those of us that believed that were on the right track.

Whether you believe in God, Multiple Gods, Angels, Demons, the Prophets, Saints…..there are two strong tenants that run thru all of our ‘good’ faiths. Karma or the Golden Rule – do good and good will be done to you, and Positive Thinking.

Watch – You too will see the proof, Positive Thinking impacts more than just yourself.


About Candice Collins

I love helping people heal themselves. Whether that's through body, mind, or spirit, we all need a helping hand sometimes. I'm also owner/formulator of Yellowstar Essentials custom natural beauty- home -and health products, also a database builder of a telcom auditing business, a freelance writer, an Aromatherapy enthusiast, and a part-time waitress. I just love life and way too many things to list them all here.


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