As I dive a little deeper into my subconscious and apply my thoughts to what I see in my morning latte foam, I can’t help but consider that there might actually be something to this.
We know that we are energy, and we know that our thoughts affect our body as well as the physical world we experience. We also know that assumptions influence the outcomes of scientific experiments. Thus, it is only natural that our mind’s energy will impact our coffee making process, and once the physical body pours the coffee the results are a culmination of your unique energy. This equally applies to coffee we don’t touch…such as Keurig coffee. Your process and intentions imprint on that coffee, whether you pour it or not.
What I’m interested in is how you take your coffee…the final product. If you take your coffee black, then the bubbles which present themselves have literally been influenced by you. If you take your coffee with cream and sugar, stir, and right before you sip is a reflection of your energy as well. The cup is uniquely you.
I actually did my first “read” of someone’s morning pour. The results are below: