Crazy Egg and Rice Experiment - Tip of the week -

Crazy Egg and Rice Experiment – Tip of the week


Aug 08

The power of positive words!! 
Do you have positive thoughts?
I encourage you to begin speaking POSITIVE words  and thinking positive THOUGHTS.

I got this month’s tip from a trianer I met in Orlando at a fitness convention. His name is Billy Beck and he is one of the best trainers in Floria. I saw that he did this experiment and I thought this would be great to pass on to you. You can see his website at . He did the Rice Experiment (inspired by Japanese researcher Dr. Masaru Emoto) and it received thousands of views! If you have not seen it yet this is what it consisted of:

The Rice Experiment
1. Place 1 cup of Cooked Rice into two separate containers. Place a lid on each.

2. Mark one container with a positive phrase. I used “Thank You Rice”

3. Mark the other container with a negative phrase. I used “Stupid Rice”

4. Place them in your kitchen at least 12 inches apart.

5. Once or more every day say aloud to the rice container the phrase written on it. I know this sounds nuts but just try it. For example, every time I went into my kitchen I would say “Thank You Rice” and “Stupid Rice” Try to say it from a place of gratitude (thank you) and a place of anger and frustration (stupid). To see the results click here

Billy Beck recently did a similar experiment. This one is called the Egg Experiment.

Here’s how the experiment was done.

This one is called the Egg Experiment. 

The Actual Eggs That I Used 

Here’s how the experiment was done.

1. Place raw eggs in 5 separate containers together in an isolated room.

2. Two of the containers were marked with positive phrases:

“I love myself” and “I am lean and healthy”

3. Two of the containers were marked with negative phrases:

“I hate myself” and “I am fat and lazy”

4. One final container was left unmarked and completely ignored.

5. Each day He would enter the room and say the phrases to each of the eggs.

6. He ignored the unmarked container completely.

7. He did this for 30 days.

The Before and After Results

Day 1: Left “I am lean and healthy” Center “I am fat and lazy” Right IGNORED 
Day 21: Left “I am lean and healthy” Center “I am fat and lazy” Right IGNORED 

Day 1: Left “I love myself” Center “I hate myself” Right IGNORED 
Day 21: Left “I love myself” Center “I hate myself” Right IGNORED 

Something Fascinating Occurred Between 21 Days and 30 Days.
The Effects Seemed to Magnify. See For It Yourself In the Video Below.

Here is another one with rice

This experiment was inspired by Dr. Emoto
Masaru Emoto was born in Yokohama, Japan in July 1943 and a graduate of the Yokohama Municipal University’s department of humanities and sciences with a focus on International Relations. In 1986 he established the IHM Corporation in Tokyo. In October of 1992 he received certification from the Open International University as a Doctor of Alternative Medicine. Subsequently he was introduced to the concept of micro cluster water in the US and Magnetic Resonance Analysis technology. The quest thus began to discover the mystery of water.

He undertook extensive research of water around the planet not so much as a scientific researcher, but more from the perspective of an original thinker. At length he realized that it was in the frozen crystal form that water showed us its true nature through. He has gained worldwide acclaim through his groundbreaking research and discovery that water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

He is the author of the best-selling books Messages from Water, The Hidden Messages in Water, and The True Power of Water. He is a long-time advocate for peace in relation to water. He is currently the head of the I.H.M.General Research Institute and President Emeritus of the International Water for Life Foundation, a Not for Profit Organization.

Mr. Emoto has been visually documenting these molecular changes in water by means of his photographic techniques. He freezes droplets of water and then examines them under a dark field microscope that has photographic capabilities.