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Blog 2014-11-05  Choose your words wisely  - Masaru Emoto  Love and Gratitude

“Love and Gratitude”

For well over a decade, Japanese scientist and researcher Masaru Emoto experimented with water, photographing its crystals, and getting some amazing results. He showed that molecules of water were affected by our thoughts and words.

Sadly, Dr Emoto died last month on 17th October in Tokyo. We owe him a huge debt of gratitude for his incredible work, showing how water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

Taking samples of water from all over the world, he froze them and as crystals appeared (or not!), took photographs. Crystals emerge for only 20 – 30 seconds as the temperature rises and ice starts to melt. In that short window of time, magic appears!

Starting with TAP WATER from different locations: Tokyo water was a disaster, with not one single crystal forming. London was similar and, amazingly too, Venice. Tap water contains chlorine which destroys the structure found in natural water.

Natural water from natural springs, underground rivers and glaciers produced complete crystals.

Emoto then started experimenting with water exposed to MUSIC. By placing a bottle of distilled water between speakers and playing it Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, the result was beautiful and well-formed crystals. Mozart’s 40th Symphony produced crystals that were delicate and elegant. All the classical music that was used resulted in well-formed crystals. Heavy metal music, however, resulted in fragmented and malformed crystals at best!!!

The next experiment was to see how water reacted to WORDS or PHRASES written on paper and wrapped around the bottles with the words facing in. Sounds crazy? Well amazing things happened!!

“Thank you” formed beautiful hexagonal crystals. Water exposed to “Fool” produced crystals similar to the water exposed to heavy-metal music, malformed and fragmented. Water exposed to positive expressions created attractive well-formed crystals. Negative expressions resulted in barely formed crystals, if any at all.

In his book “The Hidden Messages in Water”, Emoto tells of the impact of “LOVE AND GRATITUDE” on water. “It was the most beautiful and delicate crystal that I had so far seen …….. it was as if the water had rejoiced and celebrated by creating a flower in bloom.”

PRAYERS have a similar positive effect. The transformation from frozen water photographed before and after a prayer was offered to it, was truly amazing: from deformed structures to beautiful well-formed crystals.

So how does this affect us?

Each of our cells 🙂 🙂 is made of 70 – 80% water.

First of all – do you want to refresh your body with tired, lifeless, polluted water, which can barely muster enough energy to form a crystal?

Or would you prefer vibrant, clean water?

Secondly, if positive and negative words and emotions can have such a profound effect on water, just how are they affecting our cells 🙂 :), which are made up of so much water? It matters how we talk to ourselves and to others; it matters too that we don’t hold on to negative emotions. Words and emotions have the power to create beauty or to destroy; they have a profound effect on our overall wellbeing. Be very careful with your “cell-talk” or self-talk.