What we Can Learn From Water & Music via YOGANONYMOUS
Think about the thoughts, words and sounds you experienced or created today.
When you listened to music, what kind was it? When you had a conversation with a colleague, what was the tone? What were your thoughts after that conversation?
You may be familiar with the work of Japanese doctor, Masuru Emoto. He began studying frozen water about two decades ago. His research team immediately noticed a difference in samples taken from different geographic areas. Water from rural areas produced beautiful, unique crystals. Samples from densely populated, and more polluted areas produced no crystals at all.
The experiment evolved as the team began showing pictures, words and playing music to the water. The positive sounds and images produced stunning geometric crystals. On the contrary, negative associations caused the water crystals to appear distorted.
These findings, though debated, are surely enough to get you thinking. If these stimuli have such a profound effect on water, imagine the effect they have on us. Approximately 70% of our body is water! Are you filled with beautiful crystals, or distorted ones?