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Hidden Messages in Water September 23, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Books & Movies, Magick & Mystery, Nature.
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For a fascinating look into the innate intelligent of water at the molecular level (both standing alone and in plants, animals, and us!), check out Hidden Messages in Water by Masuro  Emoto.

The book delves into how the molecular structure of water changes depending upon whether we bathe it in positive or negative vibrations.

When Emoto placed an identical mixture of water and rice in identical jars, the mixtures  responded differently to soothing sounds (classical music) vs. jarring sounds (heavy metal):

Jarring sounds resulted in moldy rice.

Soothing sounds resulted in fermented rice (think Saki).

Imagine a similar process going on inside you.

How toxic are your thoughts?

Emoto also used high-speed photography to capture images of frozen water at the molecular level.

During his six-year study, he observed changes in the molecular structure which depended upon the messages sent to the water both verbally and in written form.

Water which received positive messages of love and gratitude  transformed into gorgeous snowflake clusters.

Water which received negative messages became chaotic and fragmented.

If thoughts can do that to water . . . imagine what our thoughts can do to us.

No rules.  Just write!

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1. cindy - September 23, 2010

My child’s class have done that rice experiment, they each had three jars; 1 ignored, one told every morning all the bad things in the children’s lives and the last the good things. It’s a very good experiment for children (and adults) to do.

nrhatch - September 23, 2010

What happened?

Did the results mirror his? Or is he just trying to sell books? 😉

2. Barbara Gunn - September 23, 2010

I have seen the movie “What the Bleep” and thought it was very interesting.
Over the years I have taken several photos containing images of spirits in local ponds. I have no explanation. Anyone wanting verification can check the spirit image album on my Facebook wall.

nrhatch - September 23, 2010

Cool. I took a photo of a “spirit” once, off the Maine coast.

I was taking a photo of BFF on the rocks on a clear sunny day. Once the photos were developed, the “spirit” (like ethereal fog) appeared. Very cool.

I’m definitely going to check out your spirit image album. Thanks for mentioning it, BG

3. Barbara Gunn - September 23, 2010

Nancy, especially check the one titled “My Man”. He’s so big you can’t miss him!! The one with the little boy (my grandson) and the duck is the original before I cropped it.

nrhatch - September 23, 2010

Enjoyed your Spirit photos, Barbara. Love looking at cloud formations and rock formations.

One Christmas Eve, I saw a cloud formation that looked like Santa and eight tiny reindeer. So cool. Thanks.

4. Barbara Gunn - September 23, 2010

Thank you for viewing…and now I can’t access Fb! Oh Well!!

nrhatch - September 23, 2010

I’m locked out of FB again too.

Two days in a row. Hmm . . . gremlins?

5. booksphotographsandartwork - September 24, 2010

wow this is fascinating! thanks so much for sharing.

nrhatch - September 24, 2010

I read the book years ago, and then posted “love and gratitude” reminders all around the house.

I don’t want my insides looking like the jar on the left. 😉

6. Tammy McLeod - November 8, 2010

Fascinating Nancy. I think I put this on my wish list when you mentioned it before but I’ll definitely try to read it in 2011.

nrhatch - November 8, 2010

I borrowed it from the library and found it engrossing.

7. tsuchigari - January 4, 2011

It’s a fascinating topic. Positive thinking is a must.

nrhatch - January 4, 2011

The book is quite interesting to read . . . all the different examples he shares from his research to prove the innate intelligence of water at a molecular level.

Fascinating stuff.

8. kateshrewsday - July 25, 2011

Clever water! Well I never! I’ll stash this little piece of trivia (or is it monumentia) away for future use, I think…

nrhatch - July 25, 2011

Fascinating research . . . and it does make me wonder about whether Clover really did “will” that stick to float over. 😯

9. Don - October 8, 2012

Absolutely fascinating Nancy. Thanks for the link to your post. It helps me to know that I’m not mad when I feel the way I do, as I described. Thank you so much for affirming that for me. Marvellous post.

nrhatch - October 8, 2012

It’s a fascinating book, Don. And a lively read. Glad it resonates with the “water within.”

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12. L. Marie - June 29, 2015

That’s amazing! I think I’ve seen an article about this before. Thanks for sharing this video!

nrhatch - June 29, 2015

Glad you enjoyed it, Linda. I found the book so fascinating.


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