Monday, December 19, 2011

Speaking of Water...

I had a question about drinking water and it reminded me of an article my mom sent me a long time ago. Just look at the profound influence for good or ill our thoughts, prayers and words (even labels!) have on what we eat and drink!

And as you read, I want you to consider: What do I think and say about my food? What about other areas of my life and myself? Our "spiritual creations" really do precede our physical ones.

I believe we should do the best we can when finding and preparing food and drink for our families. But after all is said and done, and even if there is some catastrophe that leaves one without the "best" things, prayer to a loving God makes a big difference. We cannot save ourselves. God is the One who blesses our food and bodies and makes them healthy despite the poor circumstances at times. Our faith takes action as we do our best in whatever situation we are placed.

Sermon for the day concluded.

How water reflects our consciousness

Water has a very important
message for us. Water is telling us
to take a much deeper look at our
selves. When we do look at our
selves through the mirror of water,
the message becomes amazingly,
crystal, clear. We know that human
life is directly connected to the
quality of our water, both within and
all around us.

The photographs and information in
this article reflect the work of
Masaru Emoto, a creative and visionary Japanese researcher. Mr. Emoto has published an important book, "The Message from
Water," from the findings of his worldwide research If you have any
doubt that your thoughts affect everything in, and around you, the information and photographs that are presented here, taken from the
book of his published results, will change your mind and alter your
beliefs, profoundly.

From Mr. Emotos work we are provided with factual evidence, that
human vibrational energy, thoughts, words, ideas and music, affect the molecular structure of water, the very same water that comprises over
seventy percent of a mature human body and covers the same amount
of our planet. Water is the very source of all life on this planet, its
quality and integrity are vitally important to all forms of life. The body is very much like a sponge and is composed of trillions of chambers
called cells that hold liquid. The quality of our life is directly connected
to the quality of our water.

Water is a very malleable substance. Its physical shape easily adapts
to whatever environment is present. But its physical appearance is not
the only thing that changes; its molecular shape also changes. The
energy or vibrations of the environment will change the molecular
shape of water. In this sense water not only has the ability to visually
reflect the environment but it also molecularly reflects the environment.

Mr. Emoto has been visually documenting these molecular changes in water by means of his photographic techniques. He freezes droplets of water and then examines them under a dark field microscope that has
photographic capabilities. His work clearly demonstrates the diversity
of the molecular structure of water and the effect of the environment
upon the structure of the water.

Snow has been falling on the earth for more than a few million years.
Each snowflake, as we have been told, has a very unique shape and structure. By freezing water and taking a photograph of the structure, as
Mr. Emoto has done, you get incredible information about the water.

Mr. Emoto has discovered many fascinating differences in the
crystalline structures of water from many different sources and different
conditions around the planet. Water from pristine mountain streams
and springs show the beautifully formed geometric designs in their
crystalline patterns. Polluted and toxic water from industrial and
populated areas and stagnated water from water pipes and storage
dams show definitively distorted and randomly formed crystalline structures.

Spring Water of Saijo, Japan

Spring Water of Sanbuichi Yusui, Japan

Antarctic Ice

Fountain in Lourdes, France

Biwako Lake, the largest lake at the center of Japan
and the water pool of the Kinki Region. Pollution is getting worse.

Yodo River, Japan, pours into the Bay of Osaka.
The river passes through most of the major cities in Kasai.

Fujiwara Dam, before offering a prayer

Fujiwara Dam, after offering a prayer

With the recent popularity in music therapy, Mr. Emoto decided to see what effects music has on the structuring of water. He placed distilled water between two speakers for several hours and then photographed the crystals that formed after the water was frozen.

Beethoven's Pastorale

Bach's " Air for the G string "

Tibet Sutra

Kawachi Folk Dance

Heavy Metal Music

After seeing water react to different environmental conditions, pollution and music, Mr. Emoto and colleagues decided to see how thoughts and words affected the formation of untreated, distilled, water crystals, using words typed onto paper by a word processor and taped on glass bottles overnight. The same procedure was performed using the names of deceased persons. The waters were then frozen and photographed.

Untreated Distilled Water

Love and Appreciation

Thank You

You Make Me Sick . I Will Kill You

Adolph Hitler

Mother Teresa

These photographs show the incredible reflections of water, as alive and highly responsive to every one of our emotions and thoughts. It is quite clear that water easily takes on the vibrations and energy of its environment, whether toxic and polluted or naturally pristine.

Masaru Emotos extraordinary work is an awesome display, and powerful tool, that can change our perceptions of ourselves and the world we live in, forever. We now have profound evidence that we can positively heal and transform ourselves and our planet by the thoughts we choose to think and the ways in which we put those thoughts into action.


  1. I still have this in my "Donna" file. I have shared it many times. I think it's one of the more powerful things I've ever seen.

    And while I'm here...Merry Christmas!

  2. WOW! Fascinating. Thanks for sharing this. I may need to repost this somewhere. :)