One of the greatest unsolved problems in physics is the fact that the observable universe is composed almost entirely of particles of matter with significantly fewer particles of anti-matter. The assumption is that anti-matter is equal and opposite to matter so they should simply annihilate each other. But that, of course, is not what happens in practice. In reality, matter shows an undeniable dominance over anti-matter, in the same way that light does over darkness, good over evil. God over the devil.
So metaphysically that should mean that there are more good, positive, light things in the world than bad, negative dark. Why then does it not seem that way? On a global level, it appears that there is more poverty than prosperity, more sickness than perfect health and more people wandering and lost than purposeful and victorious. Why is that?
Well there is another theory – of vibrations. According to this theory, everything that is visible is composed of a particular combination of vibrations. In other words the words we speak frame the world we live in.
So then to continue our ‘theory’ of physics, if there are word vibrations then there must be anti-word vibrations also. They may be historical vibrations – the legacy of the slave trade and the holocaust for instance. Sometimes they are political as in the response of some of our leaders to the recent London riots. Or they may be personal, a word said in jest to a child that leaves a gaping wound long after he has fully grown into an adult.
But, there should be no problem. Since words are dominant over anti-words why then are these anti-words not simply cancelled out? Theory number 3 – ignorance. Often we are not even aware of the anti-words spoken over our lives, our nations, our generations so we do not take the steps we need to take to actively negate them. Sometimes the anti-words even come out of our own mouths.
The solution? How about we actively speak words of empowerment, love, joy, peace, victory and success over ourselves and over each other? Here goes … I declare that despite how things may seem, the truth is that there is more prosperity in the world than poverty – we just need a fairer distribution of wealth. There is more perfect health than sickness with better education and more integrity in the pharmaceutical industry; and there are more purposeful, successful individuals than we ever dreamed were possible. The power to see this become a reality is in our mouths. Well, that’s my theory anyway.