‘Water responds to your feelings.’
I first heard this about 5 years ago, but I didn’t know whether I believed it or not. My environment said it was not true. Impossible, not scientific… But nobody had tested it. Seems like dangerous testing.
What am I talking about?
Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that human thoughts and intentions can alter physical reality, in this case the molecular structure of water. It changes by the way you interact with it. Positive or negative. It feels you, it is aware of you.
The rice experiment
A Japanese family heard about his discovery and invented ‘the rice experiment’, which anyone can do at home. Visual results. Seems like scientific proof.
You need to:
1) Cook your rice in water, so the rice absorbs the water.
2) Cool it and put it into 3 jars.
3) Write ‘I love you’ on one jar, ‘I hate you’ on the second and nothing on the last one.
4) Spend at least 30 seconds, twice a day, consciously sending out negative or positive thoughts towards the respective jars of rice.
I did it…
Over a period of a few months, I stood in front of these jars and sent my positive and negative thoughts and feelings.
3 months…little change
5 months…big change
What I learned
Love protects, hate destroys an denying slowly destroys. We are bigger and more important than we think. We are one because everything seems to affect everything and anyone. Awareness is the message. Could be a good class at school: awareness lessons.
Could your thoughts and feelings make you ill? Create your own diseases? (Or those of others?) Not all of them, but some?
You are 80 percent water and the device for your thoughts and feelings is in the centre of you. Surrounded by water. Yes, you my friend, are the walking rice experiment, believe it or not.
Do it yourself
If you have any doubts about the validity of this test, try it at home for yourself. Your children will love it. So will their children and the next generations.
Source: Vibraciones de Amor/Love Vibrations, Kim Brusselmans (page 116 – 123)
Mind The Solution: I heard about this test the first time many years ago. Yet I never did the efforts to actively find out about the ins and outs of this famous experiment. I checked with a number of my clients who are working as scientific researchers. As expected, all of them were very cautious about the scientific character of the experiment.
Now there’s no way back: I will perform the experiment myself and get back to you about it in some months.
If you are considering to do the same, please e-mail me your findings at firstname.lastname@example.org