What’s Love Got to do with It?

By Wenty Hill

As I sit to write this article for my wonderful friends at The Bellingham Muse, a song keeps singing in my mind “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” so I know that’s what this article is all about…

Yes, what DOES love have to do with it? This issue’s theme of “water” fits this topic really well. So, what do love, water, business coaching and relationships have in common?

Quite a lot it seems…

Dr. Masaru Emoto, the famous Japanese water scientist since 1999, claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto’s conjecture has evolved over the years. Initially he believed that water could take on the resonance of energy which was directed at it, and that polluted water could be restored through prayer and positive visualization.

Emoto’s work has proven, through microscopes, that positive emotions and thoughts can change the molecular structure of water. Because we humans are made up of about 80% water, this means that positive emotions in the water in the cells of our bodies can create some very profound effects. Positive emotions change our body’s composition and produce beautiful crystals in the water in our bodies. These positive emotions, like love, then make dynamic changes in our experiences of life and health.

In his book, Messages from Water: The Message from Water is Telling Us to Take a Look at Ourselves, Dr. Emoto shows pictures of frozen water crystals that have the word Love, one of the highest measured frequencies measured, embedded in them. These water crystals were put under a microscope and photographed.
Through his work and books, Emoto has proven that emotions determine the body’s environment by taking pictures of water embedded with different emotions. It’s amazingly insightful to see the pictures of the crystals of Love and Thank you, the highest frequencies, contrasted with the pictures of Hate, Polluted Rivers and Hard Rock, the lowest frequencies. (I personally like some Hard Rock, so this is only information for me, not a judgement about Hard Rock).

Having seen a presentation Dr. Masaru Emoto gave in Sedona, I got to witness, personally, a man who demonstrates great love and joy. During his talk, he was sending Love and Joy as an “Emotional Intention” out to his audience. The result was that afterwards, I too felt more loving and joyful.

Taking this information to the next level, in my Intuitive Business Coaching and Matchmaking work, I’ve seen that the intention delivered through powerful positive emotion (love) is everything in both relationships and business success!
For example, if the intention of all my actions is to deliver love, even if I make a mistake in communication, the conversation seems to all works out. For some reason, the delivery of that love speaks louder than words said.

An example of that was shown this to me just this week when a friend, Christopher, texted me and said “I felt the Love and Joy” coming from me in our conversation. I, on the other hand, hadn’t felt really good about some of my communication and perceived mistakes that I’d made during our conversation. What a surprise it was to read that text; this was the exact opposite of how I thought that meeting had gone!

What I later came to see, was that my “emotional intention” with my meeting with Christopher was to send him Love and Joy. It turned out that the Love and Joy I had intended, in that meeting, was louder than what I’d either said or done.

This makes a very important point:

Our intention of being Loved makes business and personal relationships work. It’s not about what is said or done. It’s about each of us being Loving in the way we intend to live our lives every day.

This IS “What’s LOVE Got to Do With It”!!

Wenty Hill has had 30 years’ experience on TV, Radio and News with 1,000’s of courses in the fields of Success, Manifestation, Business, Relationship, Matchmaking, Quantum Physics, etc. focused on her worldwide clients’ needs. Her clients call her their “Professional Fairy Godmother”, for their “Dreams Come True” both Personally and Professionally. Contact Wenty Today at: (360) 384-2916.

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