How can water be food? Naturally we of course understand that water is incredibly important for our bodies, we know that it is. Water is the source of life. We consist of about 70% water and need to replenish regularly. Although it circulates around the body, some disappears as urine and sweat and furthermore water evaporates as we exhale. Our tears are also sparkling water. So we realize that daily refills are needed. But that water can be a different type of food, this may be more difficult to grasp.
The author of the books The Hidden Messages in Water and The True Power of Water, Masaru Emoto, has with beautiful photos of ice crystals shown how water molecules are affected by our thoughts, words and emotions. Water crystals are transformed according to positive or negative thoughts to which they are exposed. He demonstrates that water can affect our health by interacting with our thoughts, intentions and prayers to reverse illness.
Can water absorb information?
How did it all start? It was when Masaru Emoto was offered a special kind of water which miraculously transformed the pain in his hurting foot. His curiosity was aroused and he wanted to continue researching this and investigate if and how you could “program” water to be able to heal. How can plain water absorb information? Information which makes it act in a special way. And could you control this process?
Masaru Emoto became convinced that water absorbs information and changes its quality according to the data it collects and wanted to prove this. However, it is not only water that takes in information and changes its quality. We humans also take in information which affects us. Information that makes us peaceful when we look out over a beautiful landscape; over the ocean, over green meadows and snow-capped peaks. Or when we listen to beautiful music and feel lighter in our hearts. So when you talk about information being absorbed by water, this is the same information, that is, the same factors which also affect our bodies and souls.
How could you then demonstrate that water changes its quality according to the information it is exposed to? What method could be used to scientifically prove this? Masaru Emoto happened to open a book containing beautiful photos of snow crystals and saw the headline that read “Are there any identical snowflakes?”. This led to trying to prove his assumption that just as there is not a snowflake exactly identical to another, he wanted to show that crystals formed by water molecules were also not identical. So when he found the method, a special process of freezing water and looking at individual ice crystals which then formed, this lead him to his theory which would prove that water absorbs information.
Obviously, there was a difference between various waters. Tap water from large cities such as Tokyo, New York, Paris, Bangkok, Hong Kong etc. formed no crystals at all. Neither did waters from medium-sized cities either. However, tap water from some cities showed certain crystal formations, and when examining them it was found that the water actually consisted of about 60% groundwater.
Anthony William, author of the Medical Medium series, writes that filtration often removes all life from drinking water and advocates adding lemon or lime juice to the glass of water you should drink the first thing you do in the morning (to flush out the toxins that are cleaned out) during the night, so they are not brought back where they first were). The citrus juice reawakens the healing capacity of the water. See the image above showing lemon water.
Unlike tap water, however, spring water is naturally untreated water, which comes from a source in the ground where rainwater has been filtered through many layers (by Mother Earth).
Water Reacts To Positive Words
When Masaru Emoto and his team did these freezing experiments on different types of water, both tap water and spring water, it turned out that it was not only the quality of the water that determined whether there were beautiful ice crystals formed. Rather there was another factor which amazingly affected the water. They found that when they poured identical water into two bottles and wrote the words “Thank You” on one and the words “You Fool” on the other and then froze them, then something remarkable happened.
The water from the bottle with the “Thank You” label showed beautiful hexagonal crystals, while the other with the “You Fool” label only showed fragments of crystals. He continued with his experiments and found that water reacted to positive words by forming beautiful crystals. As if it wanted to show its happy, loving feeling. The crystals formed and opened up like flowers.
Likewise, when he used negative words, this resulted in broken and unbalanced crystals. So he seemed to have proven that the information we give to water changes its quality. Regardless of the language used. Water seems to correctly understand the essence of what is being shown, that is, the feeling.
It did not respond to simple designs, but only formed crystals when the word carried good positive information. Could water be capable to feel the person’s heart who wrote the words, he wondered.
As the quality of the water improves or deteriorates depending on the information it is given or exposed to and because we humans are made up of water to a large extent, it is important that we assimilate good information. When we do that, our bodies and minds can become healthier. Conversely, when we take in negative information, we can get sick.
So we obviously feel much better when harboring noble, good and enlightening feelings in the body. Feelings and emotions like happiness, gratitude, hope, honesty etc. Here is another feeling which arouses much good in us – wonder. Wonder which can be derived from a colorful rainbow or a vast scenery, or when looking at a real close-up of a flower.
Well then, what is wonderment? According to Lena Brorson Alminger, there may be a measure of positive surprise, perhaps enthusiasm, but it is more inclusive than that. Perhaps a heavenly feeling, something that can lift us from the worldly and mundane. Maybe that our souls are surprised and we are amazed by the universe, and the inexplicable and we wonder if there is a deeper meaning to it all. When the small stuff is hidden in the big, that is when it becomes breathtaking. Beauty is what creates the most wonderment and for most people this emerges from nature.
According to Masaru Emoto, Hado is a Japanese word for all the subtle energy that exists in the universe. Everything that exists has vibrations or hado. Water is sensitive to this refined but sensitive energy because it is this form of energy that affects the quality of the water and the way in which the water crystals are formed.
Crystals are created little by little and it takes about one to two minutes before they are fully formed; a bit like a blooming flower. From the time when the crystal starts to form to when it disappears, takes two minutes. For Masaru Emoto, this symbolizes how precious and valuable life is. A small child grows up, becomes an adult and after maturity, she disappears and is dissolved. So for him, water reflects life itself.
Masaru Emoto’s Last Words
Masaru Emoto’s last words in life were “Arigato” (thank you). During his lifetime, he used to say that “LOVE is a gift from God and the parents; and that death is GRATITUDE for moving to a new dimension ”. Love and gratitude.
Pictures Of Water Crystals
Here is a link to Masaru Emoto’s photos of water crystals: https://www.masaru-emoto.net/en/crystal/. There you can see how different words, mantra, music and pictures of flowers like lotus or animals like dolphins etc. have an impact. Also what the power of prayers can do for water, with photos both before and after the prayers. One of the most striking crystals is from the words “Love and Gratitude”.
Another website with beautiful water crystals can be found here: https://hado.com/ihm/water-crystals/. In photos of crystals where music has been played for the water, they write “Maybe it is not a man who listens to music, but it is the water in man who listens to music”.
Are Our Bodies Affected As Well?
We Can Control Our Thoughts And Feelings
The interesting thing is that the choice is all yours. You and only you can control your thoughts and thus your emotions. You can choose to ward off negative, worry-filled thoughts and choose to fill up with, as often as you can, grateful, loving and affectionate thoughts that evoke corresponding emotions. And when we think and feel love, gratitude, and joy, does this not give us an opportunity to create a significant difference in our lives?
This is an excerpt from the chapter Water Is Also Food from the book Eating With The Heart by Åsa Johansson