Have you ever wondered where the (energetic) information that human beings manifest as thoughts and emotional feelings go when it is no longer the focus of attention. Would you say this information fizzles out of existence or carries on existing in some capacity.
Thinking and feeling is fundamental to human experience, in essence, what sets most humans apart from other sentient beings is the ability to process information and apply moral understanding to any experience by virtue of will power.
Thoughts and words manifest with heart-driven intent can impact others and so the expression “sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me” no longer rings true. Names are words which are sounds which transmit informative meaning and emotional values. We exchange information through physical receptor systems called the senses but we also exchange (emotional) information energetically between electric fields.
The effect is like a rock being dropped into a calm lake and watching the waves ripple outwards from a heart-driven point of origin to a boundary field where the wave is reflected back inwards to create untold standing waves or focused points of conscious energy.
When Noble laureate HIV researcher Luc Montagnier discovered that certain bacterial and viral DNA sequences dissolved in water causes electromagnetic signals to be emitted at high dilutions, that was bad enough (see [1, 2] ‘Homeopathic’ Signals from DNA and Electromagnetic Signals from HIV, SiS 48). Now, new results from his lab appear to show that the DNA sequence itself could be reconstituted from the electromagnetic signal. That has so stunned the scientific community that one prominent supporter was nonetheless moved to remark: “Luc is either a genius or he is mad!” But some quantum physicists are taking that very seriously, and are linking Montagnier’s findings to decades of research demonstrating the sensitivity of organisms to extremely weak electromagnetic fields.
The research highlighted above and below explore the phenomenon of water memory from different perspectives, the work of Montagnier focuses on the electromagnetic memory of DNA in water, whereas the work of Masaru Emoto focuses on the affect that emotional intent has on water molecules. Human beings are water-based entities.
You may be thinking thoughts and emotions can’t be regarded as energetic or electromagnetic information and that they can’t exist separately from the sentient being that manifests them but you’d be wrong.
Most human beings (and I say most because despite having the appearance some humans behave in the most inhumane way) are different to most other sentient beings in that they are dynamic communicators. Essentially humans are synonymous with state of the art biological transponders in that they can simultaneously receive information, decode it and transmit responses.
Most animals and creatures (and some humans) are more like one-way receivers or biological machines equipped with a primitive level of awareness that has enough power to process information within parameters. A predatory program isn’t going to make the moral decision to release its prey after it’s hunted it down because the power of will or the ability to veto behavioral responses that feel morally wrong is not present because the level or awareness or understanding is so low.
Traditionally, the study of communication pathways between the “head” and heart has been approached from a rather one-sided perspective, with scientists focusing primarily on the heart’s responses to the brain’s commands. However, we have now learned that communication between the heart and brain is actually a dynamic, ongoing, two-way dialogue, with each organ continuously influencing the other’s function. Research has shown that the heart communicates to the brain in four major ways: neurologically (through the transmission of nerve impulses), biochemically (via hormones and neurotransmitters), biophysically (through pressure waves) and energetically (through electromagnetic field interactions). Communication along all these conduits significantly affects the brain’s activity.
The structural integrity of a system is exposed when revolutionary research is kept on the fringes of a greater understanding. The above scientific investigation shows the heart and brain engages in dynamic communication but more intriguing is the finding that this process is testable over scales, i.e. information exchange takes place “being” to “being” and not just organ to organ, cell to cell, particle to particle.
In order for communication or dialogue to take place information must be available to exchange or broadcast. A signal must be sent. If one human says hello to another it can be understood that the word hello is the transmission of a sound byte or a wave length defined by letters that bring visual form and emotional qualities, the sound is (informative) information because in most cases it usually elicits a heartening response especially when spoken or manifest with the right tone and defining feeling.
When taken in context with natural laws regarding energy conservation you realize information manifest by thought and feeling cannot disappear once it has been transmitted into the micro and macro environments.
Imagine a room which is built for acoustics and is full of guitars. If you pluck any string on one of those guitars the informational signal that is transferred by sound energy to the other guitars in the room will cause the strings on the other guitars to vibrate in resonance. Each string can then be seen as a point or node that interconnects a circuit and brings each node into resonant harmony.