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  • #65778
    Bia10
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    Has anyone here read The Hidden Messages in Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto yet?

    It’s a great read! It talks about crystals that were created after being exposed to different kinds of words. A crystal that was exposed to positive words is totally different from a crystal that was exposed to negative words… It’s a fascinating experiment!
    The book has lots of pictures too!
    Enjoy! :)

    #106778
    Laura
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    Is he the person in the movie “What the bleep do we know?” I’ve been meaning to rent that dvd for a while now. Just haven’t found the time.

    Thanks for the book recommendation! Another to add to my wish list!:dance:

    #106780
    Bia10
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    Hi Galadriel! :)
    Yes, I believe it is. ;)

    From the back cover:

    The Hidden Messages in the Water introduces the revolutionary work of internationally renowned Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto, who has discovered that molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words and feelings. Since humans and the earth are composed mostly of water, his message is one of personal health, global environmental renewal, and a practical plan for peace that starts with each one of us.

    #106805
    enlightenme
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    THANKS,
    I recently just watched the What the Bleep movie and can’t wait for the release with all the bonus footage/commentaries in October.
    I had heard of this experiment years ago I think, then in the movie and wondered about looking it up. HERE you presented it!!
    Another wonderful synchronicity…..THANKS!:musicnote

    #106808
    hlfcrzd7
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    I’ve picked up his book several times, then put it down because I have so many books to read. Glad to hear if was worth reading. I will put this on my list of books to read. Right now I’m looking for a good Chakra book. Dee

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