Water Crystals

I first heard about the study of water crystals when I saw the movie, “What the Bleep Do We Know?”  In the movie they shared the results of a study by Dr. Masaru Emoto, a Japanese doctor, researcher and author, who had performed some interesting experiments with water.  The pictures they displayed were truly amazing, and they piqued my interest.  I thought you might be fascinated as well. 

Realizing that the face of each snowflake is different, Dr. Emoto concluded that the same must be true of water crystals.  He began his research with a quest to photograph the unique crystal formations of water.

 In his study, he realized that water crystals which had been polluted looked completely different than water crystals from a natural source.  The vibrational effects of the contamination served to completely distort the formation of the crystal.  So, Dr. Emoto embarked on a study of how other vibrational frequencies emitted from music, words, pictures and visual images might impact the water. 

Many of you might be skeptical, as are many in the scientific community.  Other researchers are currently working on replicating the studies.  But, even if you are unsure, I hope you will consider it for just a moment.  We all know that we feel and react differently toward someone who is using kind words and thoughts compared to someone who is speaking negatively.  We also know that the way we speak to others, whether positively or negatively, will reproduce a similar feeling in them.  The possibility that it resonates to a sub-molecular level within us is incredible! 

 Dr. Emoto is continuing to work in this arena.  He has established several institutes worldwide to continue his research.  He has written several books and articles on the subject (see the list provided).   Since water covers the largest portion of our planet and comprises the largest percentage of our physical bodies, our thoughts and feelings can play a large part in the way our environments get created, both globally and personally.  Dr. Emoto states, “What you really know is possible in your heart is possible.  We make it possible by our will.  What we imagine in our minds becomes our world.  That’s just one of the many things I have learned from water.”

 Just some food for thought.

 Have a great week! 

Love,  Kelli