For a long time, I’ve been a fan of Prof. Masaru Emoto’s work on exploring the relationship between sound and water. If you haven’t come across this valuable work, it may be worth reading the following. It shows you how your thoughts, words and sounds effect the environment around you.
This text and the photos are from Elevating Space.
Have you ever wondered about the impact of sound on the world around us? From the soothing sounds of nature to the upbeat rhythms of music, sound has the ability to influence our emotions and well-being. But did you know that sound can also have a powerful effect on water?
Several studies and experiments have shown that sound, in whatever form it takes – whether it be music, words, or thoughts – has the ability to change the structure of water. This means that the energy of sound can physically alter the arrangement of water molecules, leading to changes in the properties of the water.
The connection between sound and water has long been recognised in many cultures and traditions. For example, in some spiritual practices, water is blessed or prayed over before it is consumed. This is based on the belief that the power of intention and sound combined can alter the energy and structure of the water, making it more pure and beneficial to drink.
The impact of intention and sound on water is also evident in the results of the “Masaru Emoto water crystal experiment”. In this experiment, water was exposed to different types of music, as well as human thoughts and words, and the resulting crystal formations were observed. The study showed that water exposed to positive thoughts and music had a more structured and beautiful crystal formation compared to water exposed to negative thoughts and music.
This highlights the importance of paying attention to what we say to ourselves and others. The words we speak and the thoughts we have can have a real impact on the energy and structure of water, as well as our own well-being. It’s important to be mindful of the words we use and the thoughts we entertain, and to be sure that they reflect our true beliefs and feelings.
In conclusion, the relationship between sound and water is an intriguing and fascinating subject that continues to be explored by researchers and scientists. The evidence suggests that sound has a clear effect on water, that that this effect is amplified by the power of intention. So, next time you drink a glass of water, take a moment to reflect on the impact of sound and intention, and be grateful for the amazing world we live in.
PS. I note that the crystal for “Let’s do it” is significantly more interesting and blossomed than “Do it”. People with high EQ intuitively know the difference, and they prefer the former instead of the latter. It’s engagement and empathy that drive real change, not command and brute force.