For more than two decades until his death in 2014, Masaru Emoto deciphered the hidden messages in water. He was among the ones who understood that our thoughts and intentions can impact the physical realm. Emoto was a renowned water researcher, author, and businessman.
He was involved in the study of the effect of human thoughts, words, intentions, and sounds on water. In his New York Times bestseller The Hidden Messages in Water, he documented his extraordinary works. He showed the world how positive human speech and thoughts affected water positively.
When water was exposed to compassionate and loving human intentions, aesthetically pleasing molecules formed in it. On the other hand, disfigured and unpleasant molecules formed in water when exposed to fearful and negative human intentions.
He also co-authored and co-conducted the work of IHM General Institute with Takashige Kizu. Emoto’s ideas also made an appearance in the films What the Bleep Do We Know? and Kamen Rider: The First.
The effect of music on water
Masaru Emoto presented water as a living consciousness to the scientific world. He was instrumental in demonstrating how water is a form of energy. Emoto also showed the world how it was much more capable than we had ever thought.
During the course of his research, he also discovered the power of human thoughts, intentions. They could strengthen anything and also dis-empower something, based on how they were put out in the universe. Along with thoughts and intentions, sounds could also affect water in several ways.
The studies that he conducted on music resulted in some brilliant observations. Certain types of sounds, such as classical music, generated beautiful crystal-like patterns in water. When water was exposed to heavy metal music, ugly and distorted crystal-like formations were generated in it.
A short biography of Masuru Emoto
Emoto was born on July 22, 1943, in Yokohama, Japan. After taking courses in International Relations, he completed his graduation from Yokohama Municipal University. For a brief period, he was employed in Nagoya Office of the Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper. In 1986, he founded the International Health Medical company.
Three years later, he got exclusive marketing rights for promoting the Magnetic Resonance Analyzer. It was a device that Ronald Weinstock had patented. According to him, it had the ability to diagnose almost any disease. This device was later renamed ‘Vibration-o-Meter’. Emoto was also the President Emeritus of a non-profit organization called International Water for Life Foundation.
Masaru Emoto’s experiments and findings
During his career, he conducted a variety of water crystal experiments. They involved exposing water in glasses to several words or sounds of music. After the exposure, water was frozen and the ice crystals were examined using microscopic photography. This was done to study the resulting aesthetic properties. It was claimed that different water sources produced varying structures of ice.
The water coming from a mountain stream showed beautifully-shaped structures. On the other hand, water from polluted sources created distorted ice structures that appeared to have been randomly formed. Emoto believed that such changes could be undone by exposing water to certain electromagnetic waves or ultraviolet rays. His findings were published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration in 2008.