Saturday, March 29, 2014

How Water Molecules Are Affected By Emotions by Paisley Hanson

Water is the most common element on the planet. It is inherent in all things on Earth, and it is what every living thing is essentially comprised of. It is the most shapeable stuff, taking the form of any container that it is put in. It is also the world's most powerful solvent, absorbing the substances of practically anything that it comes into contact with. This includes vibrations. Depending on the specific vibrational frequency, water will change its molecular structure and “hold” it.

Even though it isn't totally apparent to the naked eye, every single vibration has an impact on water. Simply switching on or off a light will subtly affect the structure of water. Playing certain music will also determine the charge of water. Our thoughts, feelings and emotions especially have influence over what shape the molecules of the water will take.

Dr. Masaru Emoto experiment of Emotionally
messages on water
Vibrational frequencies can be either positive or negative. Dr. Masaru Emoto was the first researcher to experiment with this. He played certain classical or heavy rock songs to individual containers of water and then froze them to better preserve their structure. By looking at the molecules under a microscope, he found the water that received the classical songs took a symmetrical, hexagonal snowflake shape. The water that received the heavy rock songs came out more like a broken ripple effect.

Our intentions can do the same thing. Love, hate, happiness or anger, for example, directly charge the water with their vibrational resonance. This is evident by the water's molecular structure, where clusters of molecules are tight or loose, forming either crystalline shapes or distortion. The tighter the clusters, the more stable the water is in its molecular shape.

Water that is charged with a loving intention forms very tight clusters. The structure looks like a dense, intricate and symmetrical snowflake. Love, no doubt, is a very strong emotion, but so is hate. The structure that formed from the energy of hate was more like a splatter. Distorted and ugly, hate was not stable; it had very loose clusters and was practically deformed.

Image By Dan Winter: Shows how the Heart is an Implosion Device
which becomes more coherent during Bliss States
Happiness is a blissful emotion that creates more consistent symmetry in the crystalline structure. Positive emotions provide an integrity to the water that holds up and makes it harder for other vibrations to penetrate and derange its stability. Anger disrupts the symmetry and consistency found in the positive vibrations, and along with hate, it provided an unstable structure.

Gratitude is another solidly positive vibration that influences consistent density and balance much like love. Jealousy, on the other hand, made an inconsistent ripple similar to the vibrations of heavy rock music. The general rule is that words and emotions with positive connotations form crystals whereas negative connotation don't form crystals at all.

So, what about our bodies? The human body is anywhere from 75 to 90 percent water. Does the same pattern that happens to water affect our bodies? Yes, it does, and it retains this information. Depending on the feelings most commonly experienced, this crystalline, or noncrystalline, pattern develops and solidifies over time. These habitual feelings shape the patterns of water and directly correspond to the well-being of our emotional health. If we practice love and gratitude regularly, the beautiful crystalline nature inherent in the water will become our own.

Water can be used as a vehicle for communication. Water has a “memory” and can retain information even when it has been intensely filtered. Assigning words to water helps to charge it. However, it is the feeling that comes from words that shape its structure. Intention is key. It is possible to charge water before it is drank or bathed in just by thinking positive thoughts. Perhaps more people can find this revelation as useful tool to improving the quality of life on this planet.

About the Author

Paisley Hansen is a freelance writer and expert in health, fitness, beauty and fashion. When she isn’t writing she can usually be found reading a good book or hitting the gym.

Read more posts by Paisley Hanson here.

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