Masaru Emoto's book "The Hidden Messages in Water" is a fascinating exploration of the relationship between water and consciousness. Emoto's research into the properties of water has revealed a profound connection between water and human emotions, thoughts, and intentions.

In his book, Emoto presents the results of a wide range of experiments that demonstrate how various forms of energy can affect the structure of water molecules. One of the most striking examples is his study of the effects of positive and negative words on water crystals.

Emoto found that water exposed to positive words such as "love" and "gratitude" formed beautifully intricate crystalline structures, while water exposed to negative words like "hate" and "anger" formed distorted, chaotic shapes. This suggests that water is not just a passive, inert substance, but is deeply responsive to the energies around it.

Emoto also conducted experiments with music, prayer, and intention, all of which had a profound effect on the structure of water molecules. This research indicates that our thoughts, emotions, and intentions can have a powerful impact on the world around us, and that water is a particularly sensitive and responsive medium for this influence.

One of the most profound messages of Emoto's book is the idea that we are all connected, and that our thoughts and emotions have a ripple effect that extends far beyond our individual selves.

By cultivating positive thoughts and intentions, and by treating water (and all living things) with respect and love, we can contribute to a more harmonious and peaceful world.

What he was documenting was essentially that our intentions can structure water to have a more positive effect our our bodies, and therefore our worlds.  

I had taken this concept and applied it for myself  by purchasing drinking cups with the word “love” written on them.  

What happened next proves Emoto’s thesis.  My oldest son asked me why I had gotten these two mugs.  I explained to him about the book and showed him several of the images.  He pondered it for a little while, and then asked me 

“Mom, if this really works, why would you only put it on YOUR cups, why not put it on the water filter we have?”

Of course, I melted into a puddle of love for this young gentleman, while simultaneously thinking to myself “of course!  Why didn’t I think of that before!”

And so we decided to put not just the word “love” on the water filter, but to apply many positive words to our water filter.  

And now, we are sharing our positive intentions with others.  Amplifying the ripple effect that Emoto began with his work.  


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