In 1994, Dr. Masaru Emoto started the water crystal experiment and subsequent photo collection, The Message of Water. Of the four natural elements, water is the most receptive. But could this receptiveness extend to non-physical stimulation?
To test the effects on the molecular structure of H2O, Dr. Emoto showed pictures to containers of water, labeled them words, played them music, and even prayed around them. When exposed to positive words, ambient music, and prayer or meditation, the crystals formed beautiful, symmetrical patterns like snowflakes. However, when the containers were labeled with damaging words like “You Make Me Sick; I Will Kill You,” or exposed to other negative non-physical stimulation, disfigured crystals formed.
Keep in mind, the human body is made up of about 90% water. This experiment introduces a new form of art, and shows that the power of love and hate is evident in our own molecular composition.
Check out a clip from the film What the Bleep Do We Know below.