Book Review: The Hidden Messages In Water

If you’re looking for a short and fascinating read, check out The Hidden Messages in Water, by Masaru Emoto.

The Hidden Messages in Water introduces the revolutionary work of internationally renowned Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto, who has discovered that molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words, and feelings.

The photos in the book are incredible.  Emoto took samples of waters from around the world, and in a lab the only thing different he did was to expose them to the vibrations of various music styles, or to the vibration of certain words in a variety of languages.  The photos he then took of the water reflected how the sounds changed the very structure of the water.  The photos are beautiful!  Emoto also touches on some pretty interesting theories that involve using this information in developing new health care possibilities through nanotechnology, as well as spiritual dimensions pointing to a divine creator.

I liked that ‘love and gratitude’ – in any language – made the most beautiful water crystals.  In the book are examples of tests done to purify water using vibrations, and how the vibrations from intentionally positive and kind thoughts and prayer can and does cause good things to happen – including healing.

Many if us already knew that our thoughts (prayers) – and gratitude (thankfulness) – can be a powerful tool, but this book gives the scientific proof to encourage us all to say ‘thank you’ more often. Since humans and the earth are composed mostly of water, his message is one of personal health, global environmental renewal, and a practical plan of peace that starts with each one of us.

You can pick up The Hidden Messages in Water, by Masaru Emoto at bookstores, or free at your local library. (I’d returned the book to the library and didn’t take a photo of it’s cover for this post.  The photo above was taken by my daughter Aubrey at the Portland Japanese Garden.)

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