Dr. Emoto's Findings

From Masaru Emoto’s study on water through more than tens of thousands of water crystal photos that his laboratory has taken, we have learned that positive intentions, thoughts, words, music, vibrations affect water structure beautifully. On the other hand, negative intentions, thoughts, words, music, vibrations, affect water structure with an ugly result.

 

As both we human beings and the earth are almost 70% water, we can improve both ourselves and our environment, and make it a better place for all animals, insects, trees, plants, and beings to live, if we improve our everyday attitudes, words, consciousness, because we all live together on this Earth.

The children’s book "The Message from Water" explains the findings above with water crystal photos. You will see the reactions of water after it has been subjected to different kinds of thoughts. Thoughts of the destructive or negative kind form very different crystals than the crystals which form after being sent thoughts of love and appreciation.

Dr. Emoto’s findings revealing that our thoughts, emotions, and words can influence water so powerfully, has profound implications, not only for our personal health, but also for the health of our planet.

 

Our thoughts, emotions, and words are Hado ("vibration" in Japanese) that is energy.  The more we focus, the more we are giving energy and it expands.  Each individual's thoughts, emotions, and words create his/her life, and collectively we effect the shift of vibration on earth. Water teaches us in the form of crystals to each consider being more and more often positive, kind, loving, appreciative, respectful and harmonious for the happiness and peace of ourselves, our fellow beings, and our planet Earth.

              Water crystals after being exposed to words:

Crystal of "I love you"
Crystal of "I love you"
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Crystal of "Love and Appreciation"
Crystal of "Love and Appreciation"
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Crystal of "Do it"
Crystal of "Do it"
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Crystal of "Let's do it"
Crystal of "Let's do it"
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