The Plasticity of Water and the Plasticity of the Brain
On the first day of my college journalism class, the professor walked in and said, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words, they can kill you.”
Masaru Emoto proved the power of that quote in his studies on water.
Depending on the message communicated to the water, whether by environmental factors, music, prayer, or a spoken word – the crystalline structure changes. Positive, “high vibrational” words produce beautiful, expansive crystals while harmful and hateful words produce gnarled, knotted, and contracted structures.
Words, spoken or unspoken, have an immeasurable impact on our external and internal environment: “love” … “hate” … “listen” … “argue” … “insensitive” … “compassion” … “take” … “give …”
Do you feel the difference when you read or speak one those words? Some are open and expansionary while others are closed and constricted.
Up to 75% of our body contains water. We think between 50,000 and 70,000 thoughts a day. What does the crystalline structure of the water in our body say about our vocabulary? Is it any wonder that if you change your thoughts, you can change your life?
I for one need to adjust my vocabulary so that my brain can function at a higher level. I want my words to have a positive impact and to create beautiful crystalline.
If you have not heard of Masaru Emoto studies, I have included the video below for you.