Experiment Demonstrates How Human Thoughts Alter the Structure of Water

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Experiment Demonstrates the Structure of Water

A Japanese researcher made a series of experiments that demonstrate how human vibrational energy, thoughts, words, ideas and music affect the molecular structure of water.

Do you have any idea how are we able to look within ourselves, contact our inner beings and understand how to improve our bodies and our lives? I’m really not sure. But, a new ground-breaking study may have revealed how. We may have been overlooking the power that everyday water has in providing insights into our own subconsciousness. Yes, we are being serious, water.

Masaru Emoto may well be a new name for many, but perhaps not for long, as the visionary Japanese researcher’s new book “The Hidden Messages in Water” features pioneering discoveries about how water is able to connect with our subconscious, and even give us messages about how we should think about ourselves.

A New York Times Bestseller, the incredible photographs, and information that Emoto presents in his book could well change the way that you think about water and even how you think about your bodyEmoto tested how human vibrational energy, thoughts, words, ideas and music affect the molecular structure of water. And given that water comprises up to 60% of the human body, the findings could show how our moods and actions are affected by the world around us.

Emoto documented his findings by freezing droplets of water after they have been exposed to different outside influences and captured the frozen droplets to show how the structural changes affect the crystals that are made. Emoto shows the malleability of water and shows how the physical and molecular structure of water changes. He also reveals the diversity of molecular structure of water and how various environments can affect these. For example, Emoto tested pristine mountain water, spring water as well as polluted toxic water from industrial and populated sites and found extreme differenced in the makeup of each droplet.

Snow is another example of how water can change in its own very unique way.

In the way that each snowflake has a unique shape and structure, a theory that convinced Emoto to explore the possible conditions that can change these structures.

Emoto also tested how music, as well as speech and thoughts, could affect the water changes and the results will no doubt astound many in the science and health world. The book is an extraordinary display that is bound to change perceptions of water. It will help show the importance of water to mankind, and how it can be positively manipulated and possibly even affect the way in which we use water within our own bodies.


By Charlotte H.

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Experiment Demonstrates How Human Thoughts Alter the Structure of Water

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