Chemical Perception: How We Become Addicted to Negative Thoughts

Thoughts are not just wisps of energy floating through the air.

Thoughts have weight…they take up actual space and contain matter. This means they are material, and this occurs within our physical and chemical bodies. Check out New German Medicine Research by Dr. Hamer.

How does it affect our perception and our ability to heal?

When a negative thought is perceived or believed to be important to us, we take that vibration and it stimulates our limbic system. The limbic system is a portion of our brain that acts like a thermostat for our stress in any form-structurally, chemically, electrically, and EMOTIONALLY. When the vibration is perceived by the system, which is comprised of the pineal, pituitary, and hypothalamus glands/regions of our brain, it creates a chemical cascade.

The brain creates neurotransmitters in response to the negative thought, and then these neurotransmitters stimulate the production of hormones in the body through the pituitary gland. Hormones, such as thyroid, adrenal, and ovary/testes hormones, throughout your system.
Your perception creates chemical changes in the body. The chemical changes are geared to perpetuate a physical FEELING inside of you, which becomes an emotional response. When a thought is repeated enough you automatically tag that chemical emotion to the thought. So anything that reminds of you of the thought, will trigger the emotion.
The body gets so used to the feeling, and addicted to the chemical response, that it will create PHYSICAL paths, jobs, relationships, friendships, etc. in life to support the thought and unhealthy balance.

The good news is that you can do the exact same thing with positive thoughts and visions. Your body has the ability to take positive thoughts and create a positive chemical WORLD inside of you.

Repeat as many times as you can your ideal day…create the vision. You are training your chemical body to produce happy chemicals. Then you will get addicted:) and your body will pick the people, places, and things to confirm your new beliefs.

Illustration by @lindsayblaze

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