The Power of Thoughts on Water
Written by Stace
The photographs and information in
this article reflect the work of
Masaru Emoto, a creative and visionary Japanese
researcher. Mr. Emoto has published an mind-blowing
The Hidden Messages in 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 deeply and
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
Fountain in Lourdes, France
Biwako Lake, the largest lake at the center of Japan
and the water pool of the Kinki Region. Pollution is
Yodo River, Japan, pours into the Bay of Osaka.
The river passes through most of the major cities in
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.
Bach's " Air for the G string "
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
Untreated Distilled Water
Love and Appreciation
You Make Me Sick . I Will Kill You
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.
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
~Written by Stace
are from, "The Messages from Water," by Masaru Emoto.
Photographs are reproduced here by exclusive
permission from the publisher to The Wellness Goods
Company Inc. This article is Copyright Protected
by : Stace Sharp and The Wellness Goods Company Inc.
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Enlightening Facts I'll Bet You Didn't Know About
The human body is made up of 65% water, and 70% of the
brain is pure water!
Four hundred gallons of water are
recycled through our kidneys each day.
People need about 2.5 quarts of
water a day (from drinking or eating) to maintain good
A person can live without water for
approximately one week, depending upon the conditions.
5% of the world owns a shower and
which uses 2% of the world's water source.
40% of world lacks clean water
About 2 gallons of water are used
brushing your teeth twice daily.
Flushing a toilet takes 2.5 gallons
Letting the faucet run uses 3-5 gallons per minute.
Ignoring a leaky faucet uses 2700
gallons per year.
About 25 -50 gallons are needed for
a tub bath.
A 10 minute shower can use 25 - 50
gallons of water.
High flow shower heads spew water
out at 6 - 10 gallons a minute.
Low flow shower heads can cut the
rate in half without reducing pressure.
Ninety-seven percent of the earth's
water is saltwater in oceans and seas.
Of the 3% that is freshwater, only
1% is available for drinking - the remaining 2% is
frozen in the polar ice caps.
Water serves as nature's
thermometer, helping to regulate the earth's
Once evaporated, a water molecule
spends ten days in the air.
Forty trillion gallons of water a
day are carried in the atmosphere across the United
An acre of corn gives off 4,000
gallons of water per day in evaporation.
About 2 gallons of water go down
the drain when the kitchen faucet is run until the
It takes about four times the
amount of water to produce food and fiber than all
other uses of water combined.
About 4,000 gallons of water are
needed to grow one bushel of corn, 11,000 gallons to
grow one bushel of wheat, and about 135,000 gallons to
grow one ton of alfalfa.
It takes about 1,000 gallons of
water to grow the wheat to make a two pound loaf of
bread, and about 120 gallons to produce one egg.
About 1,400 gallons of water are
used to produce a meal of a quarter- pound hamburger,
an order of fries and a soft drink.
About 48,000 gallons are needed to
produce the typical American Thanksgiving dinner for
Forty percent of the atmosphere's
moisture falls as precipitation each day.
It would take 1.1 trillion gallons
of water to cover one square mile with one foot of
One gallon of water weighs 8.34 pounds; one cubic foot
contains 7.84 gallons of water.
While usage varies from community
to community and person to person, on average,
Americans use 183 gallons of water a day for cooking,
washing, flushing, and watering purposes.
The average family turns on the tap
between 70 and 100 times daily.
About 74% of home water usage is in
the bathroom, about 21% is for laundry and cleaning,
and about 5% is in the kitchen.
A clothes washer uses about 50
gallons of water (the permanent press cycle uses an
additional 15 gallons).
It takes 12 to 20 gallons of water
to run an automatic dishwasher for one cycle.
About 1,800 gallons of water
are needed to produce the cotton in a pair of
jeans, and 400 gallons to produce the cotton in a
It takes 39,000 gallons of water to
produce the average domestic auto, including tires.
Producing an average-size Sunday
newspaper requires about 150 gallons of water.
Water makes up 80% of an earthworm,
70% of a chicken, and 70% of an
Water makes up 90% of a tomato, 80%
of pineapples and corn, and 70% of a tree.
About 60,000 public water systems
across the United States process 34 billion gallons of
water per day for home and commercial use. Eighty-five
percent of the population is served by these
facilities. The remaining 15percent rely on 13 million
It can take up to 45 minutes for a
water supplier to produce one glass of drinking water.
You can refill an 8 oz. glass of
water approximately 15,000 times for the same cost as
a six pack of soda pop. And, water has no sugar or
An average of 800,000 water wells
are drilled each year in the United States. That's
tapping into our underground water supplies at
approximately 100 times each hour for domestic,
farming, and commercial needs.
The United States and Canada have about one million
miles of pipelines and aqueducts - enough to circle
the planet 40 times.
The most common substance found on
earth is water. Water is the only substance found
naturally in three forms: solid, liquid, and gas.
The amount of water is constant and recycled
throughout time; actually, it is possible to drink
water that was part of the dinosaur era.
"Enlightenment is the moment when the wave realizes
that it is water." -Thich Nhat Hanh
" Water is the King of Food" ~
"Water is H2O, hydrogen two parts,
oxygen one, but there is also a third thing, that
makes water and nobody knows what that is." D.H.
LAWRENCE (1885-1930), Pansies, 1929
"If there is magic on this plant,
it is contained in water." LORAN EISELY
"There is no small pleasure in
water" Ovid 43 BC
"When the well's dry, we know the
worth of water." Ben Franklin (1706-1790)
"Water is the best of all things." Pindar (522- 438
"Life originated in the sea, and about eighty percent
of it is still there." ISAAC ASIMOV, Isaac Asimov's
Book of Science and Nature Quotations, 1988
"All the water that will ever be
is, right now." National Geographic, October 1993
"If you gave me several million years, there would be
nothing that did not grow in beauty if it were
surrounded by water." JAN ERIK VOLD, What All The
World Knows, 1970
"Water, thou hast no taste, no color, no odor; canst
not be defined, art relished while ever mysterious.
Not necessary to life, but rather life itself, thou
fillest us with a gratification that exceeds the
delight of the senses." ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPERY
(1900-1944), Wind, Sand, and Stars, 1939
"Between earth and earth's atmosphere, the amount of
water remains constant; there is never a drop more,
never a drop less. This is a story of circular
infinity, of a planet birthing itself." LINDA HOGAN,
Northern Lights, Autumn 1990
"If you could tomorrow morning make water clean in the
world, you would have done, in one fell swoop, the
best thing you could have done for improving human
health by improving environmental quality." WILLIAM C.
CLARK, speech, Racine, Wisconsin, April 1988
"In every glass of water we drink, some of the water
has already passed through fishes, trees, bacteria,
worms in the soil, and many other organisms, including
people..." ELLIOT A. NORSE, in R.J. Hoage, ed., Animal
"The oceans are the plant's last great living
wilderness, man's only remaining frontier on earth,
and perhaps his last chance to produce himself a
rational species." JOHN L. CULLNEY, Wilderness
Conservation, October 1990
"Only those people that have directly experienced the
wetlands that line the shore...can appreciate their
mystic qualities. The beauty of rising mists at dusk,
the ebb and flow of the tides, the merging of fresh
and salt waters, the turmoil of wind and rain."
GOVERNOR'S TASK FORCE ON MARINE AND COASTAL AFFAIRS,
"Delaware: Wetlands," 1972