Bruce Lipton, a cell biologist, and an international speaker bridging science and spirituality, says, “our body is made up of trillions of cells and each cell has its own brain and nervous system. Our cells receive information, including many energetic messages, coming from our positive and negative thoughts.”
He refers to the term “honeymoon effect” as being in harmony with someone else. Remember when you fell in love with someone? Remember how that felt? Hormones were firing like rockets.
The honeymoon effect was such a glorious time in our life. We couldn’t wait to see this person who made us fall head over heels in love. But the honeymoon effect, as Bruce Lipton says, is about always experiencing this honeymoon – all the time.
I know most of you are saying, “Yea, right. That honeymoon ended a long time ago.” As Lipton shared at the I CAN DO IT! conference this past weekend in Tampa, Florida, the honeymoon doesn’t have to end.
Lipton says, “We are a reflection of light. We are filled with energy. We emit energy. Our energy brings us all the things that we manifest. We manifest disharmony when we move out of the honeymoon phase.”
He refers to our energetic imbalances by explaining that when we are desperately seeking love, we are more than likely out of harmony and not balanced. We’re lonely and are desperate to find anyone to love.
This, in turn, brings someone into our lives that was also out of balance. We resonated together at a high level. We stayed there for a while until something that person did sent shivers down our spine. As Lipton says, at the moment of this negative exchange with this person, we ask ourselves, “who is this person? It’s sure not the person I knew.”
Lipton likens it to a bird soaring high in the sky, floating merrily along flying towards a window it doesn’t see, and then BAM . . . the bird hits the window it didn’t see, falls to the ground dazed. What happened?
The vibration with this person doesn’t feel the same and you can’t put your finger on it.
What has really happened is our vibrational energy with this person is now out of sync. Having this experience, we run and hide, never admitting that we are interpreting this disharmony as the other person’s problem, certainly not our problem.
Perceptions have various interpretations, and ours are not always right. Until we become consciously aware of this at the moment it occurs, we can’t improve our relationships with others.
- Become consciously aware when disharmony happens.
- Perform a subconscious mind review (What negative habits and patterns are we playing out that we picked up from our environment when we were young.)
- Reprogram our subconscious mind (via energy psychology work, i.e., meditation, hypnosis, tapping, subliminal tapes, or PSYCH-K®)
- Communicate with the other person what we are experiencing.
- Have patience as the habit may continue to recur over and over again until the changes stick.
- Practice, practice, practice until it becomes second nature.
So I leave you today in hopes that you too can learn to live your life on a perpetual honeymoon. I’m working towards experiencing this effect by becoming responsible for my every thought, word and action when I’m in a challenging situation with anyone.
I leave you today with my blessings and wishes for the honeymoon effect, and an abundant life of heaven on earth.