The Hidden Messages In Water explores water’s susceptibility to human words, emotions and thoughts. Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto has been researching this new field of science by freezing samples of water that have been exposed to either positive or negative words, emotions and music.
Through photographs Dr. Emoto has found that water exposed to positive influences produces beautiful, perfectly formed crystals, while water exposed to negativity produces ugly, malformed crystals. Because the world and our bodies are both composed of 70% water, the power to change the essence of water means that humans have the power to evoke change on a global and personal scale, by way of water.
Water represents the interface between the 4th dimension in which we live and the 5th dimensional sphere of our soul. Many studies have shown subtle effects of healers upon hydrogen bonding and infrared absorption of water. None of these scientific studies can compare with the beauty and clear messages shown by Dr. Emoto’s elegant work. The impact of thought and beauty has never before been demonstrated so well.
As with Galileo, Newton, and Einstein, Dr. Emoto’s clear vision helps us to see ourselves and our universe differently. Science and spirit unite, resulting in a profound and undeniable quantum leap in how we view our world, and how we can reclaim our health and create peace.
Dr. Emotos work with water beautifully illustrates the healing power of love and gratitude. These building blocks of appreciation support our well being in body, mind, heart and soul. The Hidden Messages in Water is a most valuable contribution to the creation of a positive future for our world.
“In periods of rapid personal change, we pass through life as though we are spellcast. We speak in sentences that end before finishing. We sleep heavily because we need to ask so many questions as we dream alone. We bump into others and feel bashful at recognizing souls so similar to ourselves.”—Douglas Coupland
“Like plants, so men also grow, some in the light, others in the shadows. There are many who need the shadows and not the light. The image of God throws a shadow that is just as great as itself. The supreme meaning is great and small, it is as wide as the space of the starry Heaven and as narrow as the cell of the living body.”—C.G Jung in Liber Primus