have shown that mental events transform themselves into molecules.
These molecules are literally messengers from inner space. They are the
equivalent of thought. When they were first discovered, they were called
neuropeptides because they were initially found in the brain. Now we
know that these neuropeptides are not confined to the brain, but
permeate every cell in the body.
To think a thought (therefore)
is to practice not only brain chemistry, but body chemistry. Every
thought you have, every idea you entertain, sends a chemical message to
the core of cellular awareness. Putting attention on a word, which is
the symbolic expression of an idea, is therefore magical. It transforms
the invisible into the visible.”
Deepak Chopra, in “Creating Affluence”
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