How Intentions Can Affect Your Water All Entries
How Intentions Can Affect Your Water
The intentions you surround yourself with and speak into the world have been known to affect you, whether you label this phenomenon to be karma, morality, the universe, God etc. You can't deny the old saying "you reap what you sow" or "you get what you give". This concept not only applies to your life and emotions, it can also apply to the water that you drink. Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese water scientist, born in 1943 in Yokohama, Japan. He was an internationally renowned Japanese researcher, author, scientist, and businessman. Dr. Emoto is one of the only scientist who has really dug deep into the theory that water is sensitive to our thoughts, words, and feelings. He believed that water can change its molecular structure according to the environment it is introduced to. This bold claim made by Dr. Emoto has undergone hundreds of experiments to prove his theory. According to Dr. Masaru’s theory of water consciousness, water can respond to human emotions, thoughts, words, and even written messages. His work has us question, if water is affected by the words, intentions, and energies; what about human beings, who are made of mostly water? If we transform the water and thoughts we are made of, what else is possible?
Through his research Dr. Emoto found & proved water can pick up the vibrations as a result of certain emotions and change its structure accordingly. For instance, when you say the word “Hope” to water and prepare the frozen crystals from this water, you will observe the creation of beautiful symmetry in the crystals. Masaru Emoto used high-speed microscopic photography to observe the crystals formed in the frozen water after exposing them to specific thoughts. When he exposed water to positive thoughts and loving words, the crystals formed beautiful, colorful, and snowflake-like patterns. On the contrary, when the water exposed to negative words/thoughts were frozen; incomplete, dull, and asymmetrical patterns were shown. The photos to the right show the different structure of the frozen water molecules and how they were affected.