Masaru Emoto conducted an experiment with rice: Boil rice and put some rice in two jars. Put a label “I hate you” on one jar and a label “I love you” on the other. Then every day and for 30 seconds, open each jar and start talking to the rice inside – repeat “I love you” and “I hate you” in the respective jars. After some time you will see that the rice to which you shouted “I hate you” will be moldy and rotten, while the other rice which you “loved” would be almost unchanged.
It may shape reality in a much more “real” way than you expect…
Do you believe in the unbelievable?
Or do you expect everything to be logically explained?
Do you trust your logic in an illogical world?
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