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If you’re not familiar with the work of Masaru Emoto, you should read up on his experiments with water.  They provide an interesting look at how thoughts and words influence water. Masaru is a Japanese man who started freezing water in 1994 and taking photographs of the resultant crystals.  He would take pictures of water normally, and then again after a prayer was said over it.  He tested water by playing different kids of music to it.  Classical music produced well-shaped crystals but heavy metal songs produced misshapen, irregular crystals.  He taped positive and negative words on the jars of water.  Words like “love” and “gratitude” produced beautiful, perfect crystals, but negative words produced no crystals or misshapen ones.  He also put pictures on the jars.  He used pictures of mountains and nature then pictures of negative things. It’s important to note that 70% of our bodies consists of water,…