Water and Emotions
Starting in 1994, Dr Masaru Emoto, conducted tests with water; he would freeze water and observe how it crystallised, under a microscope. That, however, was not the main event. The main event was how words and music, related to emotions, affected the way the crystals formed when frozen.
The experiments found that from developed areas water would crystallise in a poor form, no structure. Water from areas devoid of development, the water would crystallise in beautiful forms, geometric and almost pristine.
From Dr Emoto’s website:
“The result was that we always observed beautiful crystals after giving good words, playing good music, and showing, playing, or offering pure prayer to water. On the other hand, we observed disfigured crystals in the opposite situation. Moreover, we never observed identical crystals.”
The Effect of Water on Me
Now, you might be wondering what has that got to do with you. Why should you care about crystallised water and the effect that words have on what crystals are formed?
The U.S. Geological Survey’s (USGS) Water Science School, informs us that the human adult body is made up of up to 60% water. That is, 60% of what makes up your physical body is water; you are 60% water. This is why we are always told to drink water – it’s what we are mostly made up of.
Are you beginning to see a correlation? You see, the water crystallisation brought out the effect that emotional energy, emotional vibration and frequency, has on water itself.
So if you are 60% water, then any words you accept or you say about you or others will have an effect on you. Remember that the subconscious mind cannot differentiate between something that you say to yourself or something that you say to another – it is the feeling that matters.
Watch your words
Anything that you talk about can affect not only the outcome of what you see in your life in front of you, but, it has the potential of affecting your body. It is not by coincidence that a person who believes that they are prone to illness is more likely to get ill – it is a belief they have installed in their subconscious mind, by repeated affirmation through their words, via conscious thought.
The lesson is pretty brief: what you say has the potential of ultimately affecting you and the outcome of your life. Your environment and your health.
Watch your words; they have the ability to alter the course of your life. It is a choice in how that will take form. Your choice.
Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder.
Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof.