Be Kind to Your Water
If you’ve had any exposure to quantum physics or alternative health methods, chances are you’ve heard these words many times: set intentions, manifest the reality you desire. But what do they really mean? Are they just catchall phrases used by yoga instructors and meditation gurus? They may serve as catchall phrases for some, but the science behind their true meaning is undeniable.
Scientist Masaru Emoto, among others, has found scientific evidence to prove that our very thoughts really do affect reality – including the physical and chemical properties of our surroundings. Even simple words directed at a bottle of water can change the appearance of the water’s molecules. Emoto’s book, Hidden Messages in Water, reveals how water molecules from the Fujiwara Dam held an ugly, distorted shape, while the same water molecules transformed into beautiful, snowflake-like crystals after being blessed by a Zen Buddhist monk.
Furthermore, Emoto placed printouts of phrases including The Chi of Love and Thank You on bottles of distilled water. He found that, overnight, the previously regular-shaped, hexagonal water molecules had transformed to gorgeous crystals with extravagant patterns. In contrast, the phrase You make me sick, I will kill you resulted in the transformation of regular molecules to disgusting-looking series of blobs. Emoto concluded that intentions directed at the water molecules manifested in the molecules themselves.
Now: consider that the human body is 45-60% water. The human brain is composed of 70% water, and the lungs are, amazingly, 90% water. What message are you sending your water?