“The Secret” should have been called The Secretions. But then who would have watched it, right? Gross! Here, let some Frogs explain the truth.
We’ve all heard about the Poisonous Frogs that can kill with their secretions. You know just by looking at them – “Warning-something is unpleasant here.” Used by natives, the frog’s secretions are placed on an arrow’s tip, so when the tiny puncture doesn’t kill an animal, the secretion will.
Scientist have discovered that as Poison frogs change their diet their dangerous slime also changes!
One study by Scott Norris, as reported in National Geographic News, showed that as these frogs change their daily food intake, they change what they secrete. The Law of Attraction in Frogs. As they intake less vile substances, like alkanoids, their poisons emitted are reduced. (Of course, there’s hundreds of studies that link Humans food and mood relationships as well.)
OK, so let’s get froggy and jump into it. What do you secrete?
Look around and find someone “stern”. He warns you visibly, like Mr. Frog, with body language and voice that says “I secrete something unpleasant, stay away!” What we secrete, we concrete in our lives. Just as his permanent scowl has been concreted upon his face, showing that his story has been built upon taking in unpleasant things.
Most secretions are used and generated to allow critters to adapt to its environment. You can secrete Bile or Adrenaline to help you digest or to flee. An oyster or seashell can secrete calcium carbonate to protect and secure. And of course our frog friend Dendrobatidae (Poison Arrow frog) can secrete poison to easily kill a predator. How does your in-take tell YOU to adapt to your environment? Do you feel you have to Protect?
When you change your “intake” of food or thoughts, your Adrenaline or Bile secretions change. Just like Mr poison frog. What you consume is what determines what you create. An endless cycle. Secreted becomes concreted.
Give focus to what you Consume, or what you “take in” through your senses. Stop focusing on or absorbing negative, and you’ll be less toxic to others. Others will respond differently to you then. A change in “diet” or intake must come first.
What does Your face and body language tell a stranger? What are you secreting? What has been concreted in your life? Laugh lines, I hope. (though not too visibly, of course!)