Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Emotions and Your WBCs

Did you know that cells from your immune system not only communicate with each other in your body but can also pick up emotions you are exhibiting (e.g., anger, fear) even when the cells are separated from your body? Donor’s in vitro oral leukocytes (white blood cells taken from the person’s mouth) registered electrical changes based on the emotions the donor was exhibiting even at distances up to 12 kilometers between the test tube of leukocytes and the donor. The demonstrated biocommunication may represent a signal that is a new form of communication or a new type of energy. The emotions you choose to hang onto exert a powerful effect on cells of your immune system. All the more reason to develop and consistently implement a positive mindset and an affirming communication style with yourself and with others.

No comments: