What Is in My Jar?

What Is in My Jar?

Two experiments conducted in two jars brought the idea of this buzz. The jars are similar, but their contents differ. In the first experiment if you fill a jar with contaminated water and a similar jar with pure water and freeze them they shall give you different ice crystals. The pure water shall give well-shaped crystals whereas the other impure water shall give ill-shaped crystals. Dr Masaru Emoto is the pioneer of this work.

It is not only the contamination of water; it is also the purity or contamination of our feelings that lead to the formation of "healthy" or "ill" crystals. Fill two jars with the same pure water. Label one with love and the other with hatred. Freeze water in both jars and again healthy feelings give healthy crystals and the bad feelings- labeled jar produce shall produce bad crystals. Interestingly, if you label the jar with more than label, say one for love and one for appreciation you shall get different, but well-shaped crystals. Is it the energy of emotions in action?

Contamination could be from the material filling the jar or externally from what feelings we give to the jar. It doesn't matter if you fill the jar with water or rice. This was experimented and same results were obtained. Filling two jars with rice and labeling one jar with love and the other with hatred showed amazing results. The rice in the love jar lasted longer. See the video below:

We are filling jars with honey. Honey and honesty share the first four letters which make the word hone. We fill the jar with honey honestly and both sharpen each other so that better and long-lasting honey shall result. The purity of honesty adds to the purity of honey
What Is in My Jar?

There are practices which lead to filling the jars with poor-quality honey. Honey to which sugar is added, pollen has been removed, vitamins and enzymes cracked and minerals remove. Few honey producers fill the jars with poor quality honey and label it as original. Double faking in action: faked products and faked labels. You may imagine the harm they may cause.

Let us remember that our chests are the jars. We have the choice of filling them with pure love and label them accordingly. Or, we may fill our chests with grudge and hatred and label them with grudge. Let us fill the jars with pure honey. The honey shall give crystals of great shape or, you know better by now.

BeBee- the bees are filling your jars with their honeys. I hope we continue filling it with pure honey in association with great feelings of love, respect, gratitude and acknowledgement.


#22 Thank you @Anees Zaidi. Would love to hear your buzz and loudly too.

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Anees Zaidi 15/5/2016 · #22

Wow @Ali Anani Brilliant!! How I missed it. Now its time to leave and reach out to my 'honey'. Will contribute tomorrow on this wonderful post filled with love, respect and gratitude.

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Deb 🐝 Helfrich 14/5/2016 · #20

#13 I am In total agreement! @Ali Anani

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With all honesty @Sara Jacobovici the hone thing came like a spark in my mind. I wish i knew how to replicate it.

I have just published my post with dedication to you. It was one of your comments on molecules that was the inspiration. The buzz title is "The Hedgehog in My Honey".

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you know very well @Sara Jacobovici with what you filled my chest.. That is why I am dedicating my next post to you.

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Sara Jacobovici 14/5/2016 · #17

@Ali Anani tells it like it is: "Let us remember that our chests are the jars. We have the choice of filling them with pure love and label them accordingly. Or, we may fill our chests with grudge and hatred and label them with grudge."

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Sara Jacobovici 14/5/2016 · #16

Amazing @Ali Anani how you found the shared root word of honey and honesty. To Hone is defined as a verb:
1. sharpen (a blade).
2. refine or perfect (something) over a period of time.
Both these definitions are attributable to both honey and honesty. Well done! The other amazing thing you did was to move from the metaphor and tell it like it is when it comes to our own choices; "Let us remember that our chests are the jars. We have the choice of filling them with pure love and label them accordingly. Or, we may fill our chests with grudge and hatred and label them with grudge." I refer to @William King's comment in support of this; " Many of us put labels on other individuals or groups chests, negative or positive, good or bad, believing this this is just an innocent, inert, observation and not an action with pending results."

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