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ripple effect

"It [laughter] is a ripple effect experienced in all living things of higher species capable of certain judgments or perceptions. It eliminates stress. The 'ripple effect' is felt over the diaphragm which guards the heart and nervous system." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 9, page 14]

"A spontaneous and hearty burst of laughter is first experienced as a rush of rippling consciousness through the head, bringing a lightening of the entire consciousness. This is immediately followed by the physical 'ripple effect' of laughter, experienced as a light beating of breath on the diaphragm to break up any tension and to smooth away any residue of bitterness." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 9, page 14]

"As the ego drive gradually relinquishes its hold over your mind and emotions, you will find that laughter bubbles up spontaneously and brings a wonderful feeling of release. The 'ripple effect' of laughter raises your consciousness frequencies of vibration not only because it is energy released where you most need it - over your heart - over your diaphragm, the seat of your emotions but because LAUGHTER is directly of Divine Consciousness.
Therefore, laughter is Divine." [Christ Returns - Speaks His Truth, Letter 9, page 14]

See Also

Aharonov-Bohm Effect
Bjerknes Effect
Casimir Effect
Cause and Its Effects
Effect
effect of motion
effects of motion
electric effect
electrical effect
Hundredth Monkey Effect
Kervran Effect
law of cause and effect
Mind Force - a Reproducible Effect
Nocebo Effect
Ozone Effects
photoelectric effect
Placebo Effect
production of the opposite effect
Renner-Teller Effect
spinning effect
Steric Effects
Table 13.03 - Photoelectric Effect of Elements
Table of Cause and Effect Dualities
triboelectric effect
two-way divided effects of motion
two-way effect
Tyndall Effect
Zeeman effect
zero cause and dual effect
11.08 - Matter is an Effect of Will Force
14.11 - Ranges of Forces Effects and Actions
14.30 - Effect of Preponderance
15.24 - Water is Sensitive to Biometeorological Effects
16.11 - Seebeck Effect
2.22 - Voiding - an Effect of Desire and Will Force
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