Everything changes

People have often thought that change is hard to come by. We somehow have this belief that “common sense” is consistent across every individual. While you can argue such things as being polite or not hitting a child as just “common sense,” you should not make the argument that your common sense is shared by everyone.


I have memories of when I was younger.  Being told I was not capable or perceived that “that thing you want to be or do” is not possible. It was often statements and perceptions like these that kept me, and many of us, locked from reaching a far higher potential. However, just as I have those memories I also have information stored within me that helped me believe more in myself. I have memories that were probably forgotten for good reason. Everything has memory. We may not believe it to be true but it does.

Challenging perceptions

Recent studies have convinced researchers that water has “memory.” That it has an architecture to store information and retrieve it. The idea in itself is baffling and challenges the very logic we have been taught. However, that same logic (with proof) allows use to make sense of it all.

Challenge your own memories… and make new ones!

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