#ThankUturn is an immaterial operation intended for dissemination on Facebook to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. This project proposes a U-turn and a trend reversal: focusing on the seemingly half-full glass attracts new perspectives for which to be thankful again 🙂 🙂 The project is a way to make the glass seem half-full and to attract new perspectives for which to be thankful again.
Masaru Emoto, The Miracle of Water
We need to be aware of how we use the Internet. It may surprise you to learn that the words you write in e-mails and text messages have a greater effect on your body than those used in conversations and letters. This is because the vibration of the nervous system is actually on the same level as that of electronic communication systems. When you write something by hand or print it out, the vibration is not subtle enough to resonate with your nervous system, thus limiting the effect it can have on you. But writing using electromagnetic fields harmonises perfectly with the vibration of your nervous system, causing a resonance to form and thus making an email or text message have a major impact on your brain and the rest of your body. Words carried by electromagnetic waves have the power to go to the heart of the recipient, producing a lasting effect. Therefore, sending warm words of praise can have a positive effect on the person receiving them. If you have something negative to say about someone, don't do it by e-mail. However, if you want to limit the harm done by your negative vibrations, you should communicate in person. Voice communication via mobile phones also deserves attention. Unlike the old, cable-bound phones, mobile phones use electromagnetic fields. Positive conversations are one thing, but when the discussion takes a bad turn, the consequences range from a simple problem in the human relationship with the interlocutor to serious physical damage.
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