Book: Hidden Messages in Water, by Masaru Emoto
Having studied and read numerous books and poems, I always have an enormous appreciation for the poetry of Japanese expression. Not only are their poems (the haiku) beautiful, simplistic yet profound but their prose is also luxuriously poetic.
Recently, as I alluded to in a previous post, I had the pleasure of reading a book called Hidden Messages in Water by Masaru Emoto. Not only did I enjoy the way in which Mr. Emoto wrote (think poetic prose that paints a picture of serenity in your mind) but his experiments with water crystal formation were truly fascinating. In his book, he includes many pictures of these crystals and I was often showing them to my friends. We were amazed to find that we all elicited a similar emotional response from the same picture, even if viewed at different times (ie. not standing near one another). Read his quote below and look at his photos; chances are you'll rush out to grab the book, too!
"The days of believing only that which can be seen by the naked eye have passed, and we are now starting to open our eyes to the importance of the soul"
His work was also featured in the film "What the Bleep Do We Know" directed by William Arntz
Enjoy your day!