Fear, in scientific terms, is a VLF sonic vibration which means “very low frequency”. It is a cationic (in fail) vibration that keeps one locked into “starve mode” in terms of energy.
Joy on the other hand, produces what is known as a UHF oscillation signature which means Ultra High Frequency.
One of the biggest secrets there is, the closest-guarded key to happiness is the fact that the muscles in the human face are connected to your endorphin glands.
All you need to do is push down the corners of your mouth to trick your brain into thinking you’re sad to release what’s known as adrenocorticotropic hormones (ACTH) that actually makes you sad.
By pushing up the corners of your mouth, this also fools the brain into releasing beta endorphins which creates endogenous morphine. Morphine is also known as opium. Opium is also called cocaine.
This means that in order to be sad, all you have to do is frown and to be happy all you have to do is smile. Your face does that. Which means you can choose either one at will.
Try it. Next time you’re sad, look in the mirror. What is your face doing? Frowning because you’re on ACTH. Now smile and stand there for a few seconds and try to prove me wrong.
You can’t because you’re now on cocaine and the smile doesn’t want to go back down again because it likes how it feels.
We choose whether we are going to have a good day. We program it into our forecast by the words that come out of our mouth that sets in motion an anion ion (E-lectric, E-motion) toroidal flow in our brains that physically moves in the direction of positive bioelectric energy.
This the clockwise energy flow. We also choose if we are going to have a bad day, counterclockwise energy flow.
Because secretly while our consciousness isn’t looking, our subconscious is scheming ways to get ourselves into hot water so we’ll be able to manufacture a brand new drama dragon that will slap us around for a while so we can feel alive.
And just like getting paddled during a naughty interlude, that sting on our bottom releases the same beta endorphins as smiling, and so through the pain opium is physically released which turns that frown pointing the other way.
Either way, both sorrow and joy engage our opioid receptors. One stings and the other one doesn’t to get to the same place. Sadness is opium but laughter is also opium, so laugh. See how that works?
Just by choosing to “have a good day” or smile and wave to your neighbor you literally dictate what vibration your particles oscillate at which allows your eyes to see and your ears to hear things lower vibrationally-tuned beings cannot. This is science, not fiction.