This post is possibly the most controversial ever I created… I didn’t have any idea it would gnerate comments even at all.
I had posted on the topic of recording thoughts in frozen water crystals in the past but this one really caught greater attention.
Masaru Emoto is a Japanese author and entrepreneur, who claims that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto has been finding through studying human emotions and their impact on the universe via various experiments that every aspect of who and what we are, including our emotions, has a significant impact on the environment. Simply “being” individuals, we are creating an impact in our environment.
In 1994, Emoto began to perform experimental procedures to interact with frozen water crystals. Emoto spoke to water, sang to it, and even presented water with pictures. The water responded. The crystals that formed during positive interactions were incredibly beautiful. Emote believe that he is showing that kinship between the observer and the observed is quite literally what makes the world as it is. He is increasingly working towards a better understanding that emotions people have, whether good or bad, affect not only the immediate environment but the larger world as well.
This time I collected some new evidence on water memory and I have a few more video selections to put into the comments section. If you have an interest, this is a pretty good collection of caes that demonstrate “water memory” is ever closer to scientific understanding.
The Aerospace Institute in Stuttgart has discovered a relatively easy way to show how drops of water are greatly modified by the people making the drops and by the different kinds of flowers placed in the water, prior to making drops.
The statement that “Water has memory” practically changes our whole way of looking at the world. Water flowing down a river may be picking up information everywhere it goes – so that water has more information at the mouth of the river than it does at the source. The oceans could be less of something that separate us than a vast storehouse of information, which bind us together.
In 2004, when Japanese author, Masaru Emoto released his first of several bestselling books on this theme, ‘The Hidden Messages in Water,’ he was derided as a “peddler of pseudoscience.”
These new studies may open up a greater understanding of the interplay between consciousness and water.
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Apr 18, 2014.