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The Hidden Messages in Water is magnificent. Through his genius photography and superb scientific skill, Dr. Masaru Emoto has created a book that is truly a. The Message from Water [Masaru Emoto] on *FREE* of water. This ground breaking work from Dr Masuro Emoto shows us that what we say. “Message from Water” and Science. Yasuyuki Nemoto. Director of IHM General Institute. (On Behalf of Dr. Masaru Emoto). The 9th Annual.

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Water from Fujiwara Dam before empto blessed. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Paperbackpages. I can easily demonstrate this with dowsing and muscle testing.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Click Here to learn about and buy Dr. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. If not for His love and the love of our Father in Heaven there would have frkm no purpose in creation or life.

Masaru Emoto – Wikipedia

Negative words show distorted images. Several experiments were conducted by people throughout the world, from writing words on pieces of paper and taping them to th If Masaru Emoto sounds familiar, it’s because he spoke masarj his findings on water crystals in the documentary “What the Bleep Do We Know? I think this is why depression is so devastating – it fills your mind with so many negative thoughts that keep you from seeing truth and mssaru your ability to feel love and gratitude.


Emoto conducts many different experiments, while taking thousands of pictures. He states that by expressing BOTH love AND gratitude we strengthen our immune system and allow positive energy to flow within our body.

I had seen many of the water crystal photos before, although seeing them again is never a bad thing. You know, I think this book, and the reviews are good examples of some of the problems in both science and spirituality today. Mar 11, Anna H rated it really liked it. It seems like it ought to be a hoax, but it is also easily tested at home so I’m not sure it is. If this seems far-fetched, rest mesxage you’re not the only masqru who’s had this thought, but the book does present some interesting concepts about how much thought energy informs the world around us, societies and even the thd of life itself.

Emoto held that different water sources would produce different crystalline structures when frozen.

Hidden Messages in Water

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The message is beautiful and supports my belief of words can change your life. While I know that you can’t “positive” yourself out of depression, I do know that when I focused intently on turning negative thoughts around, I was able to see more clearly. By exposing various kinds ddr water to negative and positive words, sights, sounds, the water c This book is mind-blowing.

He says, “I have come to realize that ailments are largely a result of negative emotions. Nov 21, Hailinh added it.


drr This Christlike love, is truly a life changing force! By clicking ‘Sign me up’ I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the privacy policy and terms of use. He acquires ans assistant and the exploring begins. For real – he actually said that under the photo. Masaru Emoto has skillfully and wholistically bridged the gap between science and superreality is that a word–superreality?

What occurred was a six year observation that turned into global talks, conferences and the publishing of several books. And drinking happy water.

Emoto wondered if he could develop a way to photograph frozen water crystals. It’s a quick read, and interesting enough if you’re not completely close minded. The end was This book just made me feel happy. However, I was profoundly moved by the ideas and the photographs.

It was the poor writing that got me with this book – I don’t know if subtle nuances got lost in the translation to Emtoo, but it appeared to be geared towards middle school students, and was simple to the point of almost being insulting to the average reader. The disjointedness of it all would have made me put down a book any longer than this very short volume.