Energetic Importance of Blessing Your Food (Soulystic Sunday)

Have you ever wondered why grandma’s cooking always tastes so good?  I’ve always felt that it’s because it has that one secret ingredient:  Love.

In fact, the work of Dr. Masaru Emoto demonstrates that human vibrational energy, thoughts, words, ideas and music all affect the molecular structure of water.  And did you know?  That the mature human body is comprised of over 70-80% water?

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It begs the question:  If thoughts, words and ideas can do that to water… what kind of impact do they have on our food or our body?

Here I discuss the energetic importance of blessing our food (and all things that go into our body) and demonstrates a powerful blessing technique.

Here is the prayer I say before each meal:

“Thank you for this food.  Please bless this food and any person, entity, or being that sacrificed or played a role in it’s deliverance to me.  Thank you for my body’s ability to assimilate the nutrients and eliminate the waste in a timely manner per your design.  Please infuse this food with 100% pure Divine Light and Love, and attune it to the Angelic Realm.  Thank you.  And so it is, Amen, Amen.”

As I say this prayer, I envision my body as a channel for Divine Light and Love to come through.. and I see Divine White Light coming in through my crown chakra, down through my heart, down my arms, and out into the food.  Then I see the food (in my mind’s eye) light up with Divine Light and Love – almost as if someone just sprinkled fairy dust on it 😀

Here’s an interesting excerpt from a website on Vedic texts:

The level of our consciousness is also determined not only by what we think and do, but also by the vibrational level of what we put into our bodies as food. The more natural and peaceful the food, the more healthy and peaceful will be our consciousness. If it is further blessed and offered to the Lord, then it becomes especially powerful and spiritualized.

And from the bible:

Matthew 26:26 – “And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed [it], and brake [it], and gave [it] to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body.”

The folks who wrote the ancient texts must’ve been onto something after all.

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Blessings and Love to you!




  1. Thank u Jodi, for all your beautiful and inspiring posts! Unfortunately my english often is not good enough to understand the videos, but I´m enjoying the writings very much- there I can have a look in the dictionary if I´m missing some words….thanks for this reminder of the importance of blessing our food! <3

    1. Hello Andrea,
      Thanks so much for commenting! It reminds me of the importance of including more in-depth detail outside of the video (I did not think of that). I’m glad you are enjoying the posts! Blessings! <3

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