Wednesday, August 19, 2015

The Water Crystals of Masaru Emoto

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Science / Emotions

Our thoughts and emotions make an imprint on the environment. So much so that emotions can be photographed in water molecules. 

Mr Emoto took water samples from around the world, slowly froze them, then photographed them with a dark field microscope with photographic capability. As each water crystal is unique, around 90 photos would be taken of the same water source, and the water crystal photo that represented the majority would be chosen.
Generally, clean healthy water creates beautifully formed geometrical crystals, while polluted water is too sick to form any crystals at all.
Mr Emoto decided to see how thoughts and words affected the formation of untreated distilled water crystals.
This was done by typing words onto paper, then taping the paper onto glass bottles overnight.

Note that the negative words 'You make me sick, I will kill you' resembles an image of polluted water.

Now we see the affect of thoughts and intent on the water.
Below left is an image of very polluted and toxic water from the Fujiwara Dam. Below right is the same water after a Buddhist monk (Reverend Kato Hoki, chief priest of Jyuhouin Temple) offered a prayer over it for one hour. Prayer, that’s sound coupled with intention, seems to have an extraordinary ability to restore the water back to its natural, harmonious, geometric symmetry.
(see images at the link)

You are 70% water. What are you telling your body to do everyday? Hope? Fear? Hate? Love?

Humans can change their physiology by what they think and feel. Photographs are proof. Try being kind to yourself and see your life change.

Source: United Earth