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    I thought Dr Emoto’s discoveries were quite astounding. I thought his books should come with a warning ‘Danger of Enlightenment’. Profound, for me and for many of us no doubt.

    Sadly, his passing is not front page news and his hugely significant contribution to our understanding of the universe and all will likely be a long time getting the recognition it really deserved.

    According to Google Translate, Love and Gratitude in Japanese: -
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    愛と感謝
    Ai to kansha



    Arigatō Masuru, sending you beams of love and gratitude.

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    Quote Posted by Phoenix1304 (here)
    http://yournewswire.com/rip-dr-masar...-intent-video/

    I thought Dr Emoto’s discoveries were quite astounding. I thought his books should come with a warning ‘Danger of Enlightenment’. Profound, for me and for many of us no doubt.

    Sadly, his passing is not front page news and his hugely significant contribution to our understanding of the universe and all will likely be a long time getting the recognition it really deserved.

    According to Google Translate, Love and Gratitude in Japanese: -
    愛と感謝
    愛と感謝
    Ai to kansha



    Arigatō Masuru, sending you beams of love and gratitude.
    Ditto! I credit Dr. Emoto for turning around my formerly quite negative, pompous and overly "Catholic" mother-in-law, and at a stubborn 80 years old, no less. She is one of millions transformed by his studies of how thought (and intention and prayer), negative and positive, influences water (and other things, like people!).
    cursichella1


    Qui tacet consentit

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    In gratitude and love for Dr. Emoto.

    May all water upon the earth flow pure and clean.

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    Quote Posted by Journeyon (here)
    In gratitude and love for Dr. Emoto.

    May all water upon the earth flow pure and clean.
    Indeed, between Dr. Emoto and Viktor Schauberger the wonderful qualities of water become known. Pure, clean, natural water is so hard to come by. Oh, that I owned land with a natural spring!
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    Sorry to hear that ...I think he's gone to that land of pure water and peace where he came from ..



    Namo Amitobho

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    He will be greatly missed.

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    • This Hidden Power of Water:

    Water memory allows water to retain information about anything it has come in contact with and also receive information from human thought and intention. It can, in effect, retain a ‘picture’ of any substance within its molecular core. Some scientists proved that water is also alive, a phenomenon known as structured water. Could it really be possible that water is ever recording a history of its relationship with the world through molecular clusters? And if so, what is it doing with this information?
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    I think he might have been one of the most profound influences on changing my perspective of the possibilities of reality. I was so excited the year he printed his first book. My family are highly "educated" at that time I thought they would be open to the excitement and thrill and implications of his his work. Once again it was like I might have well have given them romance novels. They would have appreciated them more. They absolutely did not want to or could not see that this work changes everyithing in the way we see the world. What it did show them was that Pam deserved her place as the family scapegoat and nut that we could all feel safe rolling our eyes at.

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    Quote Posted by Pam (here)
    I think he might have been one of the most profound influences on changing my perspective of the possibilities of reality. I was so excited the year he printed his first book. My family are highly "educated" at that time I thought they would be open to the excitement and thrill and implications of his his work. Once again it was like I might have well have given them romance novels. They would have appreciated them more. They absolutely did not want to or could not see that this work changes everyithing in the way we see the world. What it did show them was that Pam deserved her place as the family scapegoat and nut that we could all feel safe rolling our eyes at.
    Pam you are a gem and in good company

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    This film turned up on my Y.T. feed . Its great . I, like most here I suspect, am familiar with Dr Masaru Emoto's work with water .But I hadn't seen this film,untill now .It's a cracking summary.
    A search here shows Dr. Emoto has been mentioned loads of times , my favourite being one comment from Phoenix1304 , saying his work should come with a warning - "Danger of Enlightenment ! "
    So this film might have been posted before but definitely merits a bumping if that is the case. Very good for the soul. ( 37.54 )
    Last edited by Seeclearly; 26th September 2023 at 20:18.

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    • The Miraculous Nature of Water:

    Source: https://www.rumble.com/video/v425kvr/?pub=ir01b
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    Yeah if people would just apply the water / thoughts/ meaning to all do and say, what a wonderful world this would be, I think it was bill who interviewed a navy admiral whop was dying and said if the world all came together at once and prayed at the same time , there would be no more wars, famine , or disturbances. What power we possess within individually and collectively

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