Perhaps you’ve seen the movie, What The Bleep Do We Know!?
It introduces the idea that the molecular structure of water can change depending on what emotion – such as love or hate – it is exposed to.
It may sound far-fetched, but Japanese author Dr. Masaru Emoto, who just passed away in October of 2014, claimed that human consciousness – thoughts and words – do in fact have an effect on water.
Here’s a video showing some of his work:
There is no question that Emoto has been on the receiving end of considerable criticism. Many say that his studies have no connection to science (although they don’t necessarily state that there is no scientific evidence for his claims).
Through the ages, many scientists, philosophers, and inventors have been scrutinized. You don’t have to look much further than Galileo.
Are there secrets to water we don’t yet comprehend? Was Emoto pointing to a deeper truth most choose not to accept? Or was he just caught up in his own romanticism?
And, if the earth’s surface is indeed 70 – 80% water, and likewise our bodies, what would Dr. Emoto’s experiments point to? What are the implications?
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