Positive affirmations and intentions has gone to a whole new level. How enlightened is your food?
The Navajo indians have been doing this for centuries. Infusing products with good vibes through meditation, prayer and music may catch on in the U.S. and canada if profitable.
A California Company named, “H2-OM” sells water infused with good wishes, for joy, love and good health via the words, symbols and colors on the label. Restorative music is played at the bottling warehouse.
Another example is chocolatier jim Walsh, who uses a recording of Tibetan monks meditating and exposes the chocolates for 5 days per batch to this spiritual mantra. His product is called “intentional Chocolate” founded in 2007, (Kornfeld, A. “Mind over Chocolate” Time April 6, 2009).
I can see you rolling your eyes. But some claim that we can alter the physical world with our thoughts and intentions. Sure, there are some skeptics, but if we are energetic beings, and thoughts, words and music have energy, it makes sense that what you put into a product can make a difference.
The simplest example is eating a piece of pie baked by your mother versus one made at the store most likely manufactured on an assembly line. They will taste completely different. Infusing love into something you like to do will produce a product with a different vibration and energy then something you’re just putting out to finish your shift.
As you can see…I’m sort of into this embedded food. Whether you think it’s a gimmick or not, these foods may be in high demand. It might be worth trying.