The Connection Between Emotions, Water, and Your Well-being -

The Connection Between Emotions, Water, and Your Well-being

Water and Emotions

Starting in 1994, Dr Masaru Emoto conducted tests involving freezing water and observing the resulting crystals under a microscope. The significant finding was not the freezing process itself, but how words and music, related to emotions, influenced the formation of the resulting crystals.

The experiments revealed that water from developed areas would crystallise poorly, lacking structure, while water from less developed regions formed beautiful, geometric, and almost pristine crystals.

According to Dr Emoto’s website, when positive words, uplifting music, or pure prayers were directed towards the water, it consistently produced beautiful crystals. On the other hand, when negative words or unfavourable conditions were present, the resulting crystals appeared distorted, without structure. Moreover, no two crystals were ever identical.

The Effect of Water on Me

You might be wondering how this relates to you and why you should care about crystallised water and the impact of words on crystal formation.

The U.S. Geological Survey’s Water Science School informs us that the human adult body is composed of up to 60% water. In other words, approximately 60% of your physical body consists of water. This explains why it is often emphasised that you should drink water—it is a crucial component of our being.

Can you see the correlation now? Water crystallisation demonstrates the influence of emotional energy, vibration, and frequency on water itself.

If you are 60% water, then the words you accept or utter about yourself or others will affect you. It is important to note that your subconscious mind cannot distinguish between self-talk and talking about others; your subconscious mind responds based on the emotions conveyed.

Watch your words

Anything you discuss, self-talk or about others, has the potential to impact not only the outcomes in your life but also your physical well-being.

It is not a coincidence that individuals who believe they are prone to illness often experience it. These beliefs are deeply ingrained in their subconscious through repeated affirmations and conscious thoughts.

The lesson is simple yet significant: what you say has the power to influence you, your environment, and your health. Be mindful of your words as they can shape the course of your life. The choice is yours.

Watch your words; they have the ability to alter the course of your life. It is a choice in how that will take form. Your choice.
Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder. – Rumi

Death and life are in the power of the tongue: and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof. – Proverbs 18:21

Photograph by Pavel Danilyuk

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