Masaru Imoto was a Japanese researcher who claimed that human consciousness can affect the molecular structure of water. He developed a technique for photographing water crystals after they were frozen to show the effect of words, thoughts, and frequencies on water.

Imoto's technique

The technique involves exposing water to certain words, music or images, freezing them at a temperature between 0 and 5 degrees Celsius, and then photographing the crystals that are formed in the thawing process with a microscope. Imoto found that water exposed to positive words such as "love" and "gratitude" formed beautiful symmetrical crystals, while water exposed to negative words or low frequencies produced damaged and irregular crystals.

Effects and consequences

Imoto claimed that the water "remembers" the energetic effects of words and frequencies, and that this can affect people's physical and mental health, given that the human body is made up mostly of water. Although his studies have been criticized by many scientists due to a lack of accepted scientific research methods, they arouse interest in the field of alternative medicine and the relationship between body and mind.

Links to more information

  • Wellbeing Magazine presents articles on the influence of thoughts on water and the connection between body and mind.
  • World Water Community presents more research and techniques like Imoto's, including creating crystal art from water.
  • Alive Water presents Imoto's works and his discoveries in the field of water structure.

Masaru Imoto's research provides interesting insights into the possible connection between human consciousness and water, and opens the door to a broad discussion of the possible effects of thoughts and words on our health and environment

We made a series of water photos in the sky using the same technique.

The water was photographed in regular mains water in Moshav Bnei Zion, water after a Shemmy dispenser and water after a Shemmy dispenser followed by a household charcoal filter.

The results show that sky water is arranged in a much more harmonious way compared to normal tap water and that the use of a charcoal filter lowers the water quality to a certain extent but still maintains harmonious water

Ordinary water from the tap - Moshav Masilat Zion

disorder - disharmony, - Uneven water, sharp angles.

Tap water with a filter (without sky)

Partially softening the sharp angles with gentle, uneven water.

Ordinary tap water without sky and without Kfar Saba filter

Broken edges, uneven textures, uneven water.

Who is heaven?

Water in a repeating pattern of leaves/flowers full of movement and harmony.

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