The Hidden Messages Of Water, Japanese Scientist, Dr. Masaru Emoto, Uses High Speed Photography
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In his book, The Hidden Messages in Water, Japanese scientist, Dr. Masaru Emoto, uses high-speed photography to show us how the “Words” impact the molecules of water. When positive, kind words such as “Love” were directed at containers of water and then frozen, brilliant, symmetrical crystals were formed that resembled colorful snowflakes. In contrast, when exposed to words associated with negative connotations such as “Hate” or ‘You Fool”, the results were dull and malformed crystals. This discovery has profound significance when we recall that our bodies are 70% water. Words have an effect not only on our emotions, but on our physical body as well. We are all made of words, composed of different combinations of a distinct sounds and…show more content… As for my surname, “McMillion”, I am constantly asked if I am a “Millionaire” to which I often respond “Not yet!” Once, while at a soiree, the after dinner conversation turned to a game of finding just one word to describe each person who was present. When it came to describe me, my significant other and my best friend agreed upon the word, “Elegant” (no complaints here), and the runner up: “Nostalgic”. It brought a smile to my face as my friends light-heartedly mocked my love of manners and a polished appearance, pearls, silk robes, Ella Fitzgerald (preferably played with a phonograph), and my infatuation with tea. All of this was inherited from my grandmother, who raised me. This inspired me to give her a call and ask her for the word that she would use to describe me to which she replied, “Inquisitive.” I found this to be felicitous, as I have always had an insatiable appetite for knowledge and understanding.
As a child, I devoured as many words as possible. Living in a rural area of Northern Michigan, books helped me pass the time and gave me chances to use my imagination. I collected books; I wanted a library like the one that the Beast gave to Belle in my favorite Disney movie. Some of my childhood favorites included classics such as Harold and the Purple Crayon, Ramona and Beezus, and anything by Shel Silverstein or Roald