At first this book proved disappointing, as it turned out that Masaru Emoto is not the actual author of the book, but merely the editor, and some of the preliminary chapters were practically incomprehensible (to me) due to their scientific content.
The book is composed of 21 chapters on the diverse aspects of water written by experts in the various fields. Emoto writes a wonderful introduction, and several of the later chapters are also well worth reading. For example, Darren R. Weissman's article on his Lifeline Technique work on the healing power of "infinite love and gratitude". And Richard Beaumont's article about "the dreaming pool of Bath". Here we are told about the dream meetings with nonhuman "inner plane" beings experienced by Margaret Stewart, who was campaigning to reopen one of the Baths, which had been closed down, in the famed English spa town of Bath. When the author himself touched the spring water, this resulted in him himself falling into a deep sleep for ten hours and dreaming of a giant grizzly bear with an overpowering energy and a message for him.
I recommend this anthology of articles for all those interested in the miraculous powers of water and the beings connected with it. Some of the articles are inspiring, others less so, according to your field of interest and level of understanding.
on 22 November 2013
It wasn`t written by masuru emoto at all. Totally misleading. Totally unscientific and mythical. Pleasant, fun and somewhat spiritual, but when it comes to health, we need science first and faith healing second. If you look at the history of medicine, up until 100 years ago or so, most of doctors treatments were at best harmless but most caused great harm.... we have to move definitively on from myth in this realm and in all realms