“Through the 1990’s, Dr. Masaru Emoto performed a series of experiments observing the physical effect of words, prayers, music and environment on the crystalline structure of water. Emoto hired photographers to take pictures of water after being exposed to the different variables and subsequently frozen so that they would form crystalline structures. The results were nothing short of remarkable. For example:
Water before Prayer
Water After Prayer
After observing these miraculous results, Dr. Emoto went on to type out different words, both positive and negative, and taped them to containers full of water. The results were as follows:
“You make me sick”
As you can tell, the water stamped with positive words is far more symmetrical and aesthetically pleasing than that stamped with dark, negative phrases. If you are reading this article on this particular website, you probably already knew that positive and negative thinking have a major impact on the surrounding environment. That concept is relatively easy to grasp, but this extremely tangible evidence of it is astounding. If the words and thoughts that come out of us have this effect on water crystals, it’s amazing to think of what kind of effect they have on the people and events that come into our lives.
Oh and by the way, the average human body is 60% water. Ponder that one a while…” ( Emoto’s Water Experiment: The Power of Thoughts)
I like the fact that nature itself teaches us how to live placidly with all of creation. When we break the cycle of nature there is a subtle yet relentless turmoil that happens, consider for instance if you live in a remote village far away from modern civilization, even in that alienation of order if you do something that is against the essence of what is right you automatically know it is wrong, no one has to tell you that you did something wrong you instinctively know that you have done something bad. We are stewards of this planet for a reason and it is up to us to make a choice whether or not to live up to the expectations that nature has placed in front of us. I hope we do not live in enmity with our true purpose because in the long run the cycle ends in this statement: We reap what we sow.