About an year ago we installed two remote controlled fans on ceilings of two different rooms. Unfortunately, the remote control (R.C) of one fan was misplaced so we couldn’t tune the fan’s settings with its R.C. The two fans were installed at a distance of about 12 to 14 feet. Interestingly, when one fan could not be tuned with its separate R.C. it automatically got tuned with the R.C of the other fan. The signals of the R.C were so strong that actions performed in one room would have its impact on the other room. Even if the door and windows were closed, the signals were caught by the fan quite perfectly. There was a time when we had to take a R.C so close to the T.V (or other device) in order to perform an action. Today, the devices with such strong signals are created. It is the progress of science and technology.....!
The story doesn’t end here. The thing that amazed us about the signals was something else. Some months ago, one of the fans was shifted to a lower floor in the building. Now there was not a linear but multidimensional distance between the two fans. Of course, there were many hindrances too (ceilings, walls, doors etc). Still, the fan on our floor was catching the signals and be handled by the R.C on another floor. It awed us all. How strong the signals the remote control was producing and/or how flawlessly the fan was catching them.
How wonderful electromagnetic waves are that make such a magic happen. The waves that are not visible to our eyes or even cannot be felt physically have that much powerful impact on the things that are receptive to them. Yes, the most important thing in all the scenarios is being receptive. Those two fans are not the only remote controlled fans in our home. There are three more fans of the same brand but they are not affected by that particular remote control. No matter how close the R.C is to them. Do the waves from it not reach to other fans? Certainly, they do but those fans are not coherent to receive those signals.
What I have comprehended about Electromagnetic waves is that they have a language that is understood only by those who are receptive to them. Those who are coherent with waves emitting from a particular object can catch them even at a distant place. While the waves are not sensed or felt by many things in the surrounding, they travel long ways and just manifest their effects on a particular object.
Have you ever experienced that you were having certain thoughts/emotions and a friend of yours guess it right without any clue? Or you had anxious feeling while a loved one was in any distress? Or you were approached by someone whilst you were missing him/her? Any other incident like that when the unspoken was heard? I am sure everyone of us would have encountered such situations at one point of the time or the other. Are these occurrences merely a matter of coincidence? My answer is ”NO, these are not coincidental happenings, but there is a reason behind them.” We, the humans, are carrying an organ with us that produces and receives electromagnetic waves of various lengths. Do I need to tell that the organ is heart.
Just like I stated in the case of the fans, not all the waves make alterations in all the devices. However, the devices that are tuned with each other display the effect. Similarly, the signals produced by a heart do not make sense to all the hearts but for the ones that are coherent or have certain connections with each other.
Depending on the strength of the signals produced by a heart, the message may reach really very far to another heart. Even, I have experienced such incidences with those people whom I have never met in person. Instead I just know them through online world. I remember I once published a post and I desperately wanted @dreemsteem to read that post. Surprisingly, she was on that post. It was after a long time, she visited my blog. Well, it happened several times that I said something and she was like “aaah, I was also thinking about this.” Once I was missing @erh.germany and had decided to visit her blog sooner. Before I would visit her, she was on my blog. After a long long time she appeared on my blog and I was really startled by her appearance. I even asked her what made her visit my blog that day. She was like she was searching for contest post. Among many other posts, mine was the one that got her attention. Interesting.....! Isn’t it?
The knowledge about the electromagnetic waves produced by our hearts has made me curious about certain myths. I am not sure if these myths are present in cultures other than mine. There is a myth: when someone misses us strongly we get hiccups. There is another myth: when someone is thinking bad for us, our tongue gets hurt by coming between our teeth 😬. The point is that if electromagnetic waves from one heart has the power to make certain physiological changes in another person’s body, the hiccups and tongue between the teeth might me the cause of certain neuronal alterations. Who knows?
Yeah, I know, I am sounding a superstitious person right now because Science hasn’t yet clear evidences about these myths. But I always say, “Nature doesn’t depend on Science.”
Science is dependent and slow. Nature is free and fast. What do you think, dear readers? 😉
This is my participation for dreem-wotw. The word is distant.