Have your ever noticed that your food turns out be absolutely delicious when you cook it in a happy mood, while it isn’t as tasty when you cook under stress or anger. Well, believe it or not, the emotions you are going through affect the quality of your food in one way or another.
This fact has been proven by Masaru Emoto, a Japanese author and researcher, who has done a research on the effects of different energies and thoughts on water. His findings discovered that human energy and consciousness affect water’s molecular structure.
Through the 1990’s, Dr. Masaru Emoto performed a series of experiments observing the physical effect of words, music and environment on the crystalline structure of water. Emoto clicked pictures of water after they were exposed to different kind of emotions, both positive and negative.
The results of his experiments showed that positive thoughts, words and prayers produce harmonious crystal formations in the water, and even cleanses polluted water. Whereas, negative thoughts and feelings produce fragmented, disharmonious crystal formations.
A similar thing happens when you cook. There is an invisible energy from the cook that gets absorbed by the food. This transfer of energy from the person into the food being prepared, impacts the people who eat it. It also affects the appearance, taste, and texture of the food.
Whenever you cook in a happy and cheerful mood, your food will automatically turn out to be delicious. On the other hand, if you are surrounded by feelings of gloom or anger, no matter how much you try, you won’t be able to attain that level of deliciousness in the food.
The person who is cooking the food is basically molding the behavior and thoughts of those who are eating it. Thus, it is recommended to always step in the kitchen in a happy and joyful state of mind. Only by cooking food in a happy mood will you be able to radiate positivity and turn each meal more nourishing.