Chris Thomas

The Intelligence of Water

Dr Masaru Emoto's 'Thoughts on Water' seminar enraptures audience with photographed frozen water crystals, showing the mysterious response of water to thoughts, words and pictures.


By Chris Thomas
Jul 09, 2006

The Epoch Times New Zealand Staff

Dr Masaru Emoto during his "Thoughts on Water" seminar held in Wellington last week. (Chris Thomas/The Epoch Times)

Dr Emoto's original and groundbreaking research reveals that water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

His discoveries are becoming well known around the world, particularly after featuring in the documentary "What the bleep do we know?"

His experiments include photographing differences between water crystals after attaching different word labels to identical bottles of water, playing different types of music to water, sending good and bad thoughts towards water, and showing images to water, has revealed that water has life, memory, and intelligence.

The experiments also show that water responds positively to moral messages by becoming clear, and negatively to immoral messages by becoming dirty.

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