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When Black people vibrate higher, we can save the world

April 3, 2021   |  

Kandis Knight

Kandis Knight

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Dr. Masaru Emoto is credited with discovering how thoughts, words and feelings can influence the crystal structure of water and cells. In his 2004 New York Times bestseller, The Hidden Messages in Water, Emoto made the world curious about the vibration and frequencies of our thoughts, feelings and words, when he showed that water exposed to different energies could develop different crystalline structures on the microscopic level.


Whether we were paying attention or not, most of us learned about Planck’s constant in high school science class. Science says every living thing is made up of atoms and water, which appears solid. That matter is in a constant state of motion, which equates to energy. Everything is energy, which is just another term for frequency. Therefore, everything has a frequency. And quantum mechanics has proven that even your thoughts, words and feelings, have a frequency.

It is custom in our culture and Black people are always aware of these “vibes” because we can feel them especially when different people and energies enter a room. Some people call it the “sixth sense,” or “survival skill.” Others call it the “spirit of discernment.”


Dr. Andrew Newberg, a neuroscientist at Thomas Jefferson University, and Mark Robert Waldman, a communications expert state in their book, Words Can Change Your Brain, “a single word has the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate physical and emotional stress.”

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