What’s Quantum Energy Got To Do With Gwyneth Paltrow’s Famous ‘Uncoupling’? You’ll Be Surprised!
Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest Goop newsletter contains a bread crumb trail that hints at some curious conclusions about what goes down between her and Coldplay frontman ex-husband Chris Martin.
You’ll recall Goop is the lifestyle advice website launched in 2008 which draws hundreds of thousands of well-educated women making more than $60,000 a year and aspiring to a lifestyle just like Gwyneth’s. It’s possible twice as many people loathe Goop as love it.
Gwyneth’s ‘Love Guru’
Goop Mag #16 has an advice column by Dr Habib Sadeghi the Iranian- American “healer” the Daily Mail describes as ‘’Gwynnie’s love guru” on how the words we speak shape our lives.
Seems both are fans of Dr Masaru Emoto, a Japanese author and entrepreneur whose experiments claim to show water responds to labels like “I hate you” or “fear” by forming clumpy glumpy crystals instead of the beautiful pure ones they create when the labels say “Love” and “Peace.”
Gwyneth tells us she has “long had Dr. Emoto’s coffee table book on how negativity changes the structure of water, how the molecules behave differently depending on the words or music being expressed around it.”
Don’t Blame Yourself Chris!
And that brings us back rather abruptly to the “mea culpa” musings Chris Martin indulged in soon after the “uncoupling” of his ten year marriage was announced when he blamed his own “issues” for the rupture, hinting he had problems with negativity.
‘You can be with someone very wonderful and because of your own issues, I don’t want to get too personal, you cannot let that be celebrated in the right way,’ he told a reporter.
“About two years ago I was a mess really because I can’t enjoy the thing that we are good at and I can’t enjoy the great things around me because I’m burdened by this,” said Martin. “I’ve got to not blame anyone else and make some changes.
“I don’t want to go through life being scared of it, being scared of love, being scared of rejection, being scared of failure.”
Your Life Is Listening
Maybe Chris needs to take some of Dr Sadeghi’s advice. After all the Daily Mail commented rather meanly that “there were three of us in this marriage.”
Goop Mag #16 gives some tips for the Coldplay singer, who is apparently contemplating a “conscious re-coupling:”
- Stop all self-deprecation! Never make your body, or something you’ve accomplished, or anything else in your life the butt of a joke. Words have power, and quantum energy doesn’t have a sense of humor.
- If you have negative Nancy’s amongst your friends – – – limit the time you spend with them or find better friends. Negative energy has a way of dragging everything surrounding it in, like a big black hole. Avoid it when you can.
- How many times a day do we throw our words away? We say things like, “I hate my hair,” “I’m so stupid,” “I’m such a klutz.” We never think that these words bring negative energy into our vibration and affect us on a physical level, but they do. Emoto’s experiments were conducted with water. Why? Because sound vibration travels through water four times faster than it does through open air. Consider the fact that your body is over 70% water and you’ll understand how quickly the vibration from negative words resonates in your cells. Ancient scriptures tell us that life and death are in the power of the tongue. As it turns out, that’s not a metaphor.
- Words have Power. Choose them Wisely. Your Life is Listening.
- Research from the University of California at Santa Barbara clearly shows that a weak message repeated twice becomes more valid than a strong message heard only once.
You can see where this all leading. Chris just simply needs to start talking positive. No more “I have issues.” No more “fear of love, fear of rejection, fear of failure.” Start talking positive.
Or tape a label on your head that says “Love and Peace.” That might do it! Oh and remember – seriously, that quantum energy does not have a sense of humor. Although for an Englishman likely to appreciate the ironic, that might be hard.