On April 17, I had the opportunity to share a presentation on Words with The Question community.
The exploration began with Dr. Masaru Emoto’s studies on the effect of words, thoughts, and feelings on water and its crystallization process.
Just recently, I started reading Dr. Wayne W. Dyer’s Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life: Living the Wisdom of the Tao. The book offers daily thoughts on the verses contained within Tao Te Ching.
On his reflections in the eighth verse of the Tao titled “Living in the Flow”, Dyer discusses water at length, pointing out that water and the Tao are synonymous according to the teachings of Lao-tzu.
The entire chapter is worth a read, but towards the end, I found it interesting and rather synchronistic that Dyer makes mention of Emoto:
In The Hidden Messages in Water, Masaru Emoto explains that we are water, and water wants to be free. The author has thoroughly explored the ways in which this compound reacts, noting that by respecting and loving it, we can literally change its crystallization process. If kept in a container with the words love, thank you, or you’re beautiful imprinted on it, water becomes beautiful radiant crystals. Yet if the words on the container are you fool, Satan, or I will kill you, the crystals break apart, are distorted, and seem confused.
The implications of Emoto’s work are stupendous. Since consciousness is located within us and we’re essentially water, then if we’re out of balance in our intentions, it’s within the realm of possibility that our intentions can impact the entire planet (and beyond) in a destructive way. – Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
Dyer takes us further into the mystery of water and words.
What do you think?
If our intentions are out of balance, can we impact the entire planet in a destructive way?