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02/17/2003 Entry: ""Beautiful Causes and Special Effects""
Hado.net's amazing article on how water can be profoundly effected on a structural level by praying, chanting or even simply speaking over it led Joshua and I to discuss at length how mutible the universe really is. If water can react to powerful thought / energy forms, can't the air, can't the space between molecules, can't the sub-quanta? Dr. Emoto's work validates some of the most ancient beliefs in mysticism... that by doing something, anything, we have created a tangible, real change in the fabric / flux of reality. The direction and tone of our action literally creates the outcome. Just like Huna, Alchemy, and virtually all of the mystical traditions seem to say, what we do the Universe we do to ourselves, and what we do to the least [microcosm] we do to God [macrocosm].
We leave wide wakes and wild tides in our midst every day, and when we choose to be present, and choose to be dynamic with our actions, then we can hit spiritual paydirt and the stuff our lives are made of... even in the little nitty-gritty... will lead us to some beautiful causes and special effects. Knowing that what we do has far reaching repurcussions, we may as well do what's intuitively right and love as much as we can while the echoes of our do's and don'ts echo across creation.
Why? Just be-cause, and effect.
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