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The Hidden Messages in Water by [Emoto, Masaru]
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Dr. Emoto's work with water beautifully illustrates the healing power of love and gratitude. These building blocks of appreciation support our well-being in body, mind, heart, and soul. "The Hidden Messages in Water" is a most valuable contribution to the creation of a positive future for our world. --Noelle C. Nelson, PhD, coauthor of "The Power of Appreciation"

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Dr. Masaru Emoto is an internationally renowned researcher who has gained worldwide acclaim for showing how water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 14727 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books (5 July 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005C53YQU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,217 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Donald Mitchell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Oct. 2005
Format: Paperback
I decided to read this book after seeing some of Dr. Emoto's water crystal photographs at Jack Canfield's Breakthrough to Success Seminar in August. The library put me on an indefinite hold for his book, but I was able to sign up for a learning annex lecture by Dr. Emoto earlier this month on October 6 in New York. Then, last week the book became available at the library.
If you are looking for a thorough scientific explanation of what Dr. Emoto found and his methodology, this is the wrong book for you.
If you want to understand his process for understanding how water crystals may be affected by thought, prayer, music and writing, the book is excellent. In fact, the book explains his work much better than the public lecture did. And the book is a lot cheaper than the lecture was.
I was glad to have attended the lecture, however. It gave me a sense of Dr. Emoto who seems to be a genuinely humble and open seeker after truth.
As he pointed out in the lecture, his work has raised more questions than answers. But he does give us some theories that will intrigue you. Perhaps the most interesting and important one is that humans can uniquely create earthly harmony by their vibrations.
If you are not familiar with his work, he developed a way to take photographs of frozen water that resemble snowflake photographs. While snowflakes vary in the same storm due to local conditions, water crystals seem to vary due to other factors. Pollution and other forms of human interaction appear to play a role.
Dr. Emoto shows that human interaction can also create disharmony.
The photographs are quite eloquent by themselves. If you looked at them merely for artistic purposes, you would enjoy this book.
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This is an interesting book looking at the effect negative and positive energies have upon ‘water’, and you will have heard of this book if you have seen the film ‘what the bleep do we know’. I have studied the Kabbalah for 3 years, and in it, it teaches about the power of water, and how it’s affected by energy (blessings etc) etc, so it interesting to see a study of this extraordinary claim. Water has a more complex structure than most would know I think; just look at how homeopathy works – extraordinary! The most interesting images for me show the differences between tap water all over the world, and spring water. (I’ve stopped drinking tap water – that’s all I’m going to say!). The images of the formed crystals are stunning, and the text interesting at times, especially if you have an interest in Quantum Physics at a basic level, but what you may ask, is the point? Well, as the book says, we are made up mainly of water – so what effect is our negative energies having upon our own bodies? It’s a good question! Make up your own mind…
The only complaint about this book is the translation. At times it isn’t great, but it’s not bad enough to ruin the flow, just mildly irritating.
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By Peter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 Nov. 2008
Format: Paperback
This charming little book is not a scientific treatise but a rumination on consciousness that touches on vibrations, frequencies and the wonders of water. The prologue introduces the reader to the crucial role of water in life and in our bodies and psyche. Physically, humans consist mostly of water, 90% at birth & 70% as adults. Dr Emoto considers water the essential life force, pointing out the various functions it performs, its unusual properties that include the copying and memorizing of information as in homeopathy. He explains the history of the project and the technique of photography employed: Freezing water & photographing the crystals that last for only 20 - 30 seconds. First he noticed the effect of music on the form of these crystals, then the effect of written & spoken words.

The first series of full color plates contain 69 photographs of crystals with captions & explanatory notes. The most beautiful to me are the ones exposed to the words Love & Gratitude (more about this later), Wisdom in its Japanese, English & German forms, Cosmos in the same three languages, Beethoven's Symphony no. 5, Swan Lake, Yesterday by The Beatles, Heartbreak Hotel by Elvis, Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Negative & coercive words created distortions, chlorinated water is `dead' and proximity to computers, mobile phones & televisions had the same negative effect as heating in a microwave oven. However, a wholesome TV program produced a lovely crystal so the content of the information modifies the effect of the electromagnetic carrier waves.

The narrative then moves to the vibrational nature of the universe. Emotions, objects, locations & individuals all emit frequencies.
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This is an extraordinarily interesting book from the concept perspective. The author stumbled on the 'fact' that ice crystals develop particular forms when under the influence of words and music, claiming that this applies even to text pasted on the water container. This would be remarkable if true. However, the evidence that is provided is very poor.
First, the photographs taken through microscopes are amaturish, out of focus in many cases, especially at the edges.
Second, the book is based on the statement that particular words and music produce either beautiful or ugly images or forms, and that this represents a kind of moral statement by the universe that guides action.
To be more convincing, the book would need to show multiple images of crystals formed by the same music or word. How reliable is the 'effect' of the music or text? Or at least it would need to explain how many times the experiment was done, and the results, with particular images acting as representatives.
And we would also benefit from some criteria for beauty/ugliness that were applied in these multiple tests. Clearly these aesthetic concepts are difficult, but you could use a panel of appropriately trained people to produce judgements. Here is an area for some potentially important and interesting real science.
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