Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Chapter 13 - The Brain
Imagine we are in a room full of people, everyone is talking
with someone and they mingle and move from person to person
getting to meet and introduce themselves. Then, all of a|
sudden, the door opens and everyone's eyes are on the door
to see who will enter the room. There is Tom. He stands
tall, looks about the room before moving into the room.
He glances around the room at the people and smiles,
nodes to the ones he knows and then moves forward to greet
and meet as the others had done before him.
A little while later, the door opens again, and everyone
turns to look to see who is entering this time. There is
Jim. He walks in slowly, his shoulders are hunched and he
does not lift his head but looks at the floor. He glances
around the room lifting only his eyes as his head still is
bent to the floor. He does not smile but moves nervously
to the first person to say hello.
Hill tell us "Thought is energy travelling at an exceedingly
high rate of vibration. Thought, which has been modified or
“stepped up” by any of the major emotions, vibrates at a much
higher rate than ordinary thought, and it is this type of
thought which passes from one brain to another, through the
broadcasting machinery of the human brain."
Tom and Jim are both broadcasting thought energy when they
enter the room and they are also receiving thought energy
from others in the room.
Helen Fisher states "Experiences shape the brain, but the brain
shapes the way we view experiences, too."
Tom is sending out positive energy and Jim is sending out
negative energy and likewise,each are receiving the same
back because of the high rate of energy coming from both.
So Tom is in a highly positive mindset and so he sends and
receives positive while Jim is of a highly negative mindset so
he is sending negative, not just by his mindset but also by
his body language so he is receiving negative back to himself.
Judy Sheindlin has stated "Number one - and I want you to
emblaze this on your brain - you only have one chance to
make a first impression.