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I have read a couple of books by Masuro Emoto on water and how our thoughts affect our surroundings, such as the quality of the water.

For example, he writes that if we think of love and appreciation, the water would be cleansed and sweet tasting. If we think of ugly and nasty things the water would start tasting more acrid.

Talk about being in tune with the energies around us if our thoughts can affect the water.

So we tried a couple of the experiments suggested in the books:

Experiment 1: I took out a small photograph of someone I genuinely feel profound love for, my daughter. I then half filled a drinking glass with clean, clear tap water. I tasted the water, and then placed the photograph of my daughter under the glass and peered through the water into her eyes, while thinking thoughts of unconditional love. I then tasted the water again. Incredible, what a difference!

Experiment 2: My daughter took two (2) identical glasses, poured 1 dl of rice into each glass and then topped them up with fresh, cold water from the tap. We put the glasses at either end of the kitchen so they were a distance apart from each other. Every morning, my daughter whispered kind and loving words to the same glass. She always told the other glass that it was ugly, stupid and that it should shape up. For a whole week, one of the glasses containing rice and water heard words of love and affection while the other glass was subject to a barrage of abuse about how horrible it was.

Experiment 2 affected the whole family and our way of viewing the world. It was even more exciting when you know people are made up of 70% water.

What do you think the end results were? Do the experiment yourself.


Almost every line of human inquiry and study is based on how we are affected by the universe and the laws and rules that apply there. Perhaps it is time to ask how we humans affect the universe instead?


“You can read 1,000 books and gain information. You can listen to experienced masters and gain knowledge. True wisdom comes from within, from our own experience, where what we experience ourselves is our only teacher” /Elisabeth


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