Hado

July 25, 2013 Wave Motion
by Madisyn Taylor

The study of
hado tells us that the energetic vibrations from our thoughts
affect our physical realities. Walking through a Japanese garden,
one truly feels the life force energy that is known as Hado.

Hado
isn’t just present in Japan, but it is a concept that has existed
in Japan for centuries. The two Japanese characters that make up
the word Hado mean “wave” and “move” – perfect words to describe
the energy vibrations that permeate all life. Hado is present in
all things, animate and inanimate. It resides everywhere, even in
the air and in people. The study of hado tells us that the
energetic vibrations from our thoughts affect on our physical
realities. Each of us has the ability to manifest a specific
intention through the hado that we send out – from making our
jewelry shine to changing the atmosphere of a room full of people
to transforming the hado of an empty space. However, we are often
unaware that our thoughts are creating vibrations in the world
outside our minds. Once we know that this is the case, we can
become more aware of our negative thinking and train ourselves to
stay positive and think with intention.

Giving thanks for a meal
before we eat can change the energy of our food. Expressing
gratitude by thoughts or words makes a huge difference to both the
giver and recipient because you are sending them hado.

A kind smile
really makes a difference when you work consciously with hado.

Once
we become aware of the power of hado, we can create positive
changes in every area of our lives: our physical space, mental and
emotional health, relationships, and businesses. One of the most
important principles of hado is to monitor your thoughts and
intentions every day. Enjoy the improvements that you will create
in your life and the world around you by consciously working with
hado.

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