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Water: The Mystery of Life

The film introduces Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto’s water experiments. (Image:  Tim Geers via  flickr  CC BY-SA 2.0)
The film introduces Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto’s water experiments. (Image: Tim Geers via flickr CC BY-SA 2.0)

A film entitled Water: The Mystery of Life was circulating on websites in China. The film introduces Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto’s water experiments. Dr. Emote gained recognition through his research into the properties of water and how it is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

From crystallized water to everything

Dr. Emoto’s team recorded thousands of patterns in crystallized water, and recorded the results in his book Water Knows the Answer. In it, Dr. Emote concludes:

For centuries, humans have been arguing which is correct: mind or matter. The film notes that mind and matter are intertwined, acting together as one. Under a unified energy field, mind and matter influence and complement each other.

Dr. Emoto’s team recorded millions of patterns in the crystallized water, and recorded the conclusions in his book, Water Knows the Answer. (Image: m.shattock via flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Dr. Emoto’s team recorded thousands of patterns in crystallized water, and recorded the results in his book ‘Water Knows the Answer.’ (Image: m.shattock via flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

A pure mind is key

The film also introduces a group of people with the intent to manage water quality. Hundreds of people expressed good wishes to a lake polluted with an algae bloom. A few days later, the algae bloom disappeared and the lake remained clean for six months.

It was also reported that some elementary school children conducted rice experiments. When cooked rice received blessings, it remained white and clean even after one month. However, when cursed, the rice turned black and became spoiled after a short period of time.

The film also asks why there are so many natural disasters, and concludes that our thoughts can change our environment. When we have positive thoughts and do good deeds, such as saying prayers and sending righteous thoughts, we can change the world in a positive way.

Please watch the video, Water: The Mystery of Life:

Translated by Natashe Yang.

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