94 – Imagine Mandala

Imagine Mandala by Dr. Masaru Emoto
Imagine Mandala by Dr. Masaru Emoto
Water Crystal after “listening” to John Lennon’s “Imagine”

Back in the ’90’s, Dr. Masaru Emoto, a doctor of Alternative Medicine and researcher, came up with the idea to freeze water and observe it under a microscope. He was convinced that he should be able to see something like snow crystals.

His passion to discover the mystery of water led him to a process that allowed him to photograph water in ice crystal form, thus revealing water’s true nature. His extensive research led him to discover (and confirm) that water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

More importantly he discovered that the environment in and around water changes it’s crystalline structure. When exposed to pollution, negative music, negative words, etc, the water crystal takes on an asymmetrical look and darker colors. When exposed to positive words, images, music, the crystals form brighter symmetrical shapes.

Before/After Offering a Prayer
Before/After Offering a Prayer

The images Dr. Emoto captured are quite remarkable and thought provoking. His groundbreaking book, Messages from Water, Vol. 1 (and others that followed) showcase images of his research and the power that positive energy can have on water and us.

His work inspires me to bless the water I use and drink. And since our human bodies are 70% water, it may be an excellent idea to bless the water within us. Hmmm….interesting concept.

Happy Coloring!

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