The Power of Laughter
As many of you know, I sometimes see information in the form of colors surrounding your physical body. I can perceive emotions, thoughts, faith, and where you store these things in the physical body.
As with the energy of the emotion of love, the use of laughter also serves as a powerful energy calibrator. When you laugh, it recharges you, and heavier waves of energy such as fear and anger are immediately converted into higher waves of energy. When you laugh, you can almost feel a change come over you; not just emotionally, but energetically as well.
If you are in a situation where you are fearful, you should simply laugh. Really! An Elder of the Lakota nation once said that he was required to belly laugh for two solid minutes along with other elders of various nations prior to negotiations with the many nations. The elders were using the knowledge that laughter changes the body and the environment around you as your energy bodies extend outward and actually impact the environment you are in.
Can you imagine what some laughter would do before a presidential debate?!
We also know via research that the use of laughter has major impact on physical health and our emotional states. That makes sense knowing that laughter calibrates all the energy in your body! Have you ever noticed that some of the most powerful Kahunas, Shamans, and Mystics often laugh and tell jokes? Just imagine how the world would change if our world leaders laughed everyday! That may be a daydream, but in the meantime we can each try to do this ourselves.
Make an intentional commitment to belly laugh for two minutes every day. You will start to see how light-hearted you become, as you develop the ability to laugh at yourself in all your faults in the physical body. Laughter makes being a human being easier! What a powerful impact this can make, even though it is so simple!
5/25/2016 06:06:02 am
I've heard this before about laughter, but until now I thought there had to be something funny accompanying it to change our brain, and so I'd read funny things to provoke laughter. It sounds here that just the act of laughing without any mental stimulus does the trick. Sometimes if I'm down I'll make myself smile which does seem to lighten things, so now I'll try the belly laugh! :D
With laughter, a stimulus is helpful, but not required. There is an entire practice called "laughter yoga", which focuses on the practice of belly laughing first thing in the morning, every day. Getting the physical body into the actions of laughing stimulates the same laughter response, on both physical and energetic levels. It really is amazing!
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