If that simple, why do we fail to understand them?

If that simple, why do we fail to understand them?

There are simple facts and are so simple that we bypass them. To give one example, trees that are fractals being self-similar on all scales have been there for long times, and we overlooked the fact that their shapes are not traditional ones. Only in recent years Mandelbrot introduced the term fractals to describe trees and many other fractals in nature. Human may lead themselves astray.

There is simple fact- water running in our bodies. Water constitutes 60%-70% of the adult human. It has its flow channel in our bodies. Water serves critical functions in our bodies. It is an important constituent of cells and is necessary for cells to function properly. Water transfers nutrients and removes wastes. It enters in the metabolic reactions of our bodies. Water regulates our body temperature. As much as these functions are vital to our survival; yet many of us fail to drink enough water. Simple facts and simple actions and still we fail to implement them. I appreciate helping me in understanding it.

If that simple, why do we fail to understand them?
Water flow is dependent on the volume of water. If water quantity drops in our bodies we expose ourselves to great risks. Like a river, we may contaminate it with toxic chemicals, or allow algae to grow and contaminate it; we do the same for water in our bodies. We intoxicate it with persistent negative experiences and emotions. Thinking negatively and constantly about bad experiences or falling emotions such as a loss of a beloved one will shape up our thinking patterns.

We can't hold emotions in our hands, as they are energies. Energy conservation law means that energy may not be lost, but may be transformed into other forms. Emotional energies may be converted into destructive thinking patterns. Even more are the recent scientific findings that emotions may impact the biochemical reactions in our bodies. Thanks to new imaging technologies, research scientists have now been able to show how thoughts and emotions cause different neuron-firing patterns within various parts of the brain. These patterns coincide with chemical releases and reactions throughout the body. Water carriers those released molecules to the cells and affect their functionality. We don't only disturb the mind or the chemistry of the body, but also the water quality that runs in our bodies.
We are not only neglectful in contaminating the river waters; more risky is the fact that we are contaminating the waters in our bodies. We can see contaminated water rivers, but the paradox we can't see the contamination we are causing to the waters in our bodies.

The paradox is that as simple as some facts are; yet it is very difficult to implement them. If we fail to keep the waters flowing in our bodies clean then what else can we keep clean? I ask with clean conscious.




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Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#13
Dale Masters- you comments are masterful. Your observations are great and connections of resonating scientific findings are delightful. I wonder what you have to comment on my last buzz on "sounds" bubbles and now I add sand bubbles (my next buzz).

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Glad to read your comment DILMA BALBI

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

I hope this may bbe introduction to bioengineering dear DILMA BALBI. Your comments reflects you may become a high authority one my friend

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#6
Yes, I am aware of the work of Masaru Emoto. If emotions move in vibrations, may be it is true that positive emotions even clean the waters in our bodies Sara Jacobovici. As light has different wavelengths why can't emotions have different energizing vibrations? I know that scientifically we have to make great strides before w may answer all possibilities outlined in your comment

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

#5
In the past people have much less opportunities to study the human chemistry and how our bodies react too differing emotions and situations dear Sara Jacobovici. May be that was the reason why they focused on the body. The human body and mind are one entity as they feedback to each other. We are fortunate enough to have witnesses this reality. but also you are very observant, Sara. Focusing on the body and its interactions with the environment made some observations come to life. To my best knowledge, I haven't seen a reference of water tides inside us and you may claim this great description.

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #4

Part 2/2 The second is connected to the work of Masaru Emoto, the "Japanese author and researcher who claimed that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto's conjecture evolved over the years, and his early work explored his belief that water could react to positive thoughts and words, and that polluted water could be cleaned through prayer and positive visualization." You reinforce this when you write, "...how thoughts and emotions cause different neuron-firing patterns within various parts of the brain. These patterns coincide with chemical releases and reactions throughout the body. Water carriers those released molecules to the cells and affect their functionality. We don't only disturb the mind or the chemistry of the body, but also the water quality that runs in our bodies." It would be interesting to explore how thoughts internally have this effect on our own body but emotions and spoken words can be experienced externally by others around us. Can this actually impact on their water carriers? You're concluding statement though had the strongest pull for me Dr. Ali, "We are not only neglectful in contaminating the river waters; more risky is the fact that we are contaminating the waters in our bodies. We can see contaminated water rivers, but the paradox we can't see the contamination we are causing to the waters in our bodies."

Sara Jacobovici

Sara Jacobovici

4 years ago #3

Part 1/2 Many thoughts flowed in my mind as I was reading your Buzz Ali Anani. I'd like to mention two thoughts. The first one is connected to the fact that centuries ago people were more into their body than the mind and as such were more in tune with the changes occurring as a result of the relationship between the body and the environment. Not all arrived at correct conclusions but their origins made sense. For example; the word "lunacy" comes for the word for "moon" - "luna". Did people connect changes in behaviours around the time of the full moon and, as you say, since the human body is made up of 60%-70% water, did people make a connection of "tides" taking place within us?

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

"Before calling for a world free of pollution we should free our inner world from its pollution" - this is my gem for the day dear Mohammed Sultan. Brilliantly expressed fact

Ali ๐Ÿ Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Dera brother Anees Zaidi- your appropriate examples adds to my confusion because your examples are powerful and yet I have no answer. I am hoping that the exchange of comments would cast light on these issues. I am confident there are more examples and more confusion to come as well. Thank you for being the first to comment

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