"Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are truly endless."
-Mother Teresa

Our bodies, as well as the world around us, consist mostly of water

Dr Masaru Emoto, (1943-2014) was a Japanese scientist who gained global acclaim through his groundbreaking studies attempting to understand the ways in which water is connected to our individual and collective consciousness.

He undertook extensive research of water around the planet, not so much as a scientific researcher, but more from the perspective of an original thinker. He realized that it was in the frozen crystal form, that water showed us its true nature.

With this discovery, he tried something seemingly outrageous. 

He began speaking to water, exposing it to different types of music, taping words to jars full of water, and studying the difference between water treated with positive and negative words and phrases. 

Time and time again, the frozen crystals in Dr. Emoto’s studies were deeply affected by the way in which the water was spoken to.  

Miraculously, water in the most loving and positive scenarios often formed snowflakes, water in negative scenarios crystallized into cells that began to mutate and appear somewhat diseased. 

Thanks to the experimental work of Dr. Masaru Emoto, we can look to water, and its frozen crystals, to confirm the healing power of beautiful music, positive thinking, and uplifting words.

Many people believe talking to plants or playing music for them improves their health. 

We all learn valuable life lessons at our own pace, but there is one basic truth we all learn early. 

Positive, compassionate words comfort and heal; negative words and insults hurt. Words are powerful. 

Connecting words of appreciation and praise with olfactory experiences creates deep seeded memories. Consider the words cherished a lifetime, and imagine the joy a simple message on a hand written card can offer…
With love from High Camp,
Susan Hanson