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The Message from Water Paperback – December, 1999
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Masaru Emoto is a Doctor of Alternative Medicine (Open International University). He has been studying the micro cluster structure of water using Magnetic Resonance Analysis. Emoto found that when water from polluted sources is frozen, the crystals have a disorganized, aesthetically ugly appearance. When healing or prayer is directed to the water, its crystalline structure changes to beautiful, symmetric patterns.
The power of words is suggested in experiments in which positive and negative words were written on pieces of paper and taped to bottles of water from the same source. Correspondingly pretty, symmetrical crystals or disorganized, aesthetically unpleasing forms were produced. Classical music produced aesthetically pleasing crystals while heavy metal music (unspecified) produced chaotic patterns.
Emoto's explorations are ground-breaking beginnings at clarifying some of the influences of conceptual vibrations on water. As 65% of the human body is composed of water, this may provide new avenues to explain some of the influences on the body of mental intents and prayers for healing.
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Book in great condition, However not what I was looking for
This is just a gallery of images. It literally images with captions next to them.
The information Masaru Emoto has shared with the world is a must have in every life.....my feelings.Published 4 months ago by V. A. Gallian
lots of pictures and great book to enjoy both in Japanese and English.Published 10 months ago by MWMW
"Emoto's ideas appeared in the popular documentary "What the Bleep Do We Know!?". Read more
This is simply a fascinating book. I recommend it to anyone due to its sheer "hmmm" factor -- that is, you look at the pictures and are inspired to think about why in the world... Read morePublished on March 24, 2007 by N. Stevens
This hardcover edition of the original English/Japanese version is smaller in size and does not have the charm-the energy of the original. Read morePublished on December 29, 2005 by Diane S. Jankord