Energy: So Here’s the Basics

Jamie and Colleen deliver a primer on the basics and various qualities of energy.

Learn more about Dr. Masaru Emoto’s book, The Hidden Messages in Water here.


7 comments to Energy: So Here’s the Basics

  1. Barrett at 1:42 pm

    I’m taking science in college now. Brings me back to HS. Only 25 years ago LOL. I’ll check out the book though…

  2. sofia.gillberg at 11:47 am

    You guys make me so happy every time! Thank you! ❤️❤️

  3. cinders3515 at 9:33 am

    Colleen–I have learned to reframe that “judgmental” attitude into the power or “ability of discernment”, that being our “gut feelings”, which is trustworthy and honorable.

  4. andrewlecy at 1:56 pm

    Colleen is so charming! Great episode ladies! Looking forward to the new season!

  5. emalinedawn at 2:14 pm

    My 6 year old just brought home a book she chose from the library on light, sound, vibration, and frequency that discussed some of this. She is preferring purple now as a result since she learned it has the highest frequency. She is not the normal 6 year old I know, or so I have been told by her teachers and friends lol. I will be having her listen to this, thank you!!

    Just a reminder to moms too since it was mentioned briefly, thankfully now your child does not have to dissect anything if you challenge it. My 18 yr old son has been a vegetarian since age 4, from his own convictions which are very strong. His school tried to force him to, then threatened him with a zero as well which he would have happily accepted. However, I did not want to accept that, so I started researching and learned they actually are told they can’t force a student to dissect, but many do anyway when not challenged. States can vary a bit on their terms for exclusion, but they have to provide an alternative means without being given a zero or a cut in their grade. In our district it was if the child has a religious belief which conflicts. Being a vegetarian was actually considered a religious belief here, which I thought was rather funny, but whatever they wanted to call it, I was fine as long as he was not forced to go against his beliefs.

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