GRANTS PASS, Ore. (PRWEB) January 25, 2018
Date aired: December 11th, 2017
Guest: Michiko Hayashi, International Director, Emoto Peace Project (http://www.emotopeaceproject.net)
The late Dr. Masaru Emoto was known the world over for his widely documented discoveries of the secret life of water. Emoto’s book, The Hidden Messages of Water, became an international bestseller. Emoto believed that human consciousness affects the molecular structure of water. Emoto believed that water reacted to thoughts and words and that even polluted water could be cleaned up via prayer and positive visualization. Emoto’s research and ideas gained legions of followers when they were featured in the films, Kamen Rider: The First and What the Bleep Do We Know!? Emoto, President Emeritus of the International Water for Life Foundation, became a doctor of alternative medicine at the Open International University for Alternative Medicine in India. Emoto died in Japan on October 17th, 2014 at the age of 71.
Sharon Kleyne, host of The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health radio program syndicated on VoiceAmerica, recently welcomed Emoto Peace Project Director Michiko Hayashi to the program to discuss Emoto’s legacy
Hayashi, a 1983 graduate in languages from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and a resident of Tokyo, explained that Emoto began his career as a medical doctor in Japan. He would place a patient’s hand on a machine called a Hado (http://www.hado.com/ihm), which would measure the energy of various sectors of the body. When Emoto detected energy imbalances, he concluded that the cause of the patient’s disease resided in them. Emoto’s next step was to work with water to create positive vibration energy that would cancel out the patient’s negative energy and imbalances and restore the energy level that was appropriate for that individual patient. “In this way,” said Hayashi, “Dr. Emoto cured 10,000 people.”
Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, asked Hayashi why Dr. Emoto chose water. “Water has memory,” said Hayashi. “Dr. Emoto liked saying that ‘Water is God’.” Emoto also said that “water is the blueprint of our reality.” “He believed,” Hayashi continued, “that water is a living, spiritual Being from the oldest of times and that we would all be healthier if we felt positive, happy emotions.”
Kleyne mentioned that this last directive reminded her of Dr. Effie Chow’s similar suggestion for achieving health through a mindful practice of Qigong and Tai Chi. Hayashi agreed, pointing out that Dr. Emoto and Dr. Chow were mutual admirers and collaborators.
With Kleyne’s encouragement, Hayashi described the process Emoto followed in preparing water for patients and for his later water research. “He began,” Hayashi explained, “by printing out individual words and phrases—‘love, I love you, you’re stupid, hate’—and pasting them onto the water glasses. When he froze the water, he discovered that water crystals from glasses adorned with positive words assumed beautiful shapes, while the opposite was true for glasses marked with negative words.”
“That’s how important our words are,” Kleyne said. “Everything has its own vibration, including every word. They affect our bodies, therefore our health. It’s just as Dr. Gerald Pollack has said on this show before,” said Kleyne. “We’re living, walking batteries charged by the energy of the water vapor in our bodies and all around us in the atmosphere.”
Hayashi added that Dr. Emoto eventually used pictures with water, too. “An elephant,” she said, “would result in beautiful frozen water crystals, while a photograph of something ugly or painful produced frozen water crystals that looked unhappy.”
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