I just finished E Squared Experiment
#3 The Alby Einstein Principle
WOW!!! Was that an eye opener and it really made me laugh in a nervous sort of your busted kinda way. You cannot hide your feeling from this one.
So the experiment is to get 2 wire coat hangers and undo them so you have two pieces of wire. You also need a plastic straw. Take the undone hangers and form each one into an L shape with about 5 inches on one end and 12 inches on the other. Then cut the plastic straw in half and slide each one over the handle end you've just created - the 5 inch side. This will enable the wires to swing easier.
Hold the wands chest high and about 10 inches from your body. Let them settle down, cause they will bounce around initially. Keeping your eyes straight ahead, recall something very unpleasant from your past. If the intensity of the emotion is strong enough - the wands will point inward tip to tip. Now think of something positive, something joyful to you. The wands will now expand.
Pam writes, "At each moment, you mold and shape this energy by your consciousness. You do so with every thought, every intention, every action. How you feel; what you think, believe, and value; and how you live your life affect how the energy flows through you. To put it in simplest terms, this affects how you vibrate. And how you vibrate affects what you pull in from the interlocking, interbalancing, ever-moving energy field in which you swim. You pull out of this field and into your world anything that happens to be vibrating on the same frequency or wavelength. We always attract our vibrational match."
Well if I ever had any doubt about this principle - I've just proven it for myself. And what was interesting was that when I thought of something that was charged with negative emotions those wires just flew together in front of me. When I thought of things that are very positive for me, they just kind of floated apart and away from each other. So not only does this work it also shows that negative thoughts move fast and hard and positive ones move slower and have more of a floating effect.
You've got to try it. I've been reading and applying these kinds of principles for a long time now and I think this is the most practical, fun experiment I've tried.
Get the book, do some of these experiments, let me know what your results are.