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The Miracle of Water: Christopher Quilkey.
« on: January 13, 2013, 03:39:04 PM »
(From Mountain Path, Deepam, 2012.)

Think of water. Water not only gives life, it is life. Water makes up about seventy percent of the beautiful planet, we live on.
Water also makes up about seventy percent of the human body. Perhaps this is a coincidence, or perhaps not. Perhaps we are
are more closely related to the earth we live on than we are aware.

The Earth is a beautiful planet. We can see that from the photographs taken from outer space. It appears like a blue gem gracefully
hovering in the colorless, silent dark. We can make out that the oceans are huge, In statistical terms about seventy percent of the
planet's surface, is filled with the seven oceans while their average depth is three thousand feet or one thousand meters. These oceanic
waters take up some some 98% of the water on the planet, which is undrinkable. Therefore only 2% of the earth's water is fresh but of that 1.6% is frozen in ice caps and glaciers. Another 0.36% is found underground in aquifers and wells. What we depend on is about
0.036% of the earth's total water supply which is found in lakes and rivers. Though it is small amount comparatively speaking, it is still
in mathematical terms, thousands of trillions of liters, which are available for us to drink and use.

The blue of the planet gives the impression of peace. It is not for nothing that the largest ocean of all, the Pacific Ocean, means ocean
of peace. And yet, there are visible and invisible fires on the Earth that devastate its harmony. What is the cause of this chaos? How
does it originate? Though we are all members of the one species, it seems because we live in separate places, and have different
color skins, our diverse way of thinking and acting create conflicts. Is there a single solution that applies to all the inhabitants of   
this Earth which can resolve clashes? A single solution that can apply to all people on the globe that everyone is convinced of, but
which is so simple that the we all can understand?


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Re: The Miracle of Water: Christopher Quilkey.
« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2013, 01:47:32 PM »

If we return to human body, we find that the average human body is 70% water. We are born with 90% water, and by the time
we become adults, we average 70% water. By the time we die normally in ripe old age we would generally average some 50%.
It is clear that we live and breath in a body mostly composed of water.

That being so, what does the composition of our bodies, have to do with living happy and healthy lives? The answer according to
Japanese scientist and researcher, Dr. Masaru Motto lies in the purity of the water that makes up 70% of water.

We can observe that rivers which flow consistently contain pure water. When the river is blocked, it stagnates. Therefore, if
water is to be healthy, it must continuously circulate. In human bodies, we have rivers and streams of blood which flow. In healthy
bodies, the blood travels while in the sick it languishes. If the blood does stop flowing, the body begins to decay, and if the blood
to the brain ceases, death intervenes.

The question then is why does blood become sluggish? Dr. Emoto suggests that the condition is a result of the pollution of the
emotions. The mind has direct impact on the metabolism of the body. When we live a rich and enjoyable life, we feel physically alert
but when we experience unremitting setback and sorrow, our bodies under the stress fall ill. It is when our emotion flow smoothly
throughout our body, that we feel joy and good health.

Life from this point of view seems to be a question of flow and change in concord.

From what we have seen so far, we can better understand the human body by a clear knowledge of the properties of water.
We can see now that water is a life force and serves as a vehicle to carry energy throughout our body.


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« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2013, 05:16:18 PM »

Let us consider the application of homeopathic principles. The pioneers of this branch of medicine, taught 'treat like with like' 'fight
poison with poison'. Say that someone is suffering from poisoning. According to homeopathy, the symptoms is can be alleviated by
drinking the minutest amount of that substance. At this level, the poisoned matter no longer remains in the water, but the characteristics of it and do and this is the basis of treatment.

'Homeopathy proposes that that the greater the dilution, the greater is the effectiveness. The logical conclusion is that the denser
the poison in the body, the higher should be the dilution ratio. That is, instead of the effect of matter being used to get rid of the
symptoms, the information copied to the water is being used to cancel out the information of the symptoms from the poison. So water
has the ability to copy and memorize information.'  (Emoto Masaru, The hidden message of water.)

It was revelation to Dr. Emoto that water had the ability to copy information and it radically altered his life and paved the way for
his research into the structure of water crystals.

He then began to consider how it may be possible to locate the verifiable physical evidence about how water can memorize information. Aside, from analytical deduction based on experiments would it be possible to see this process with the physical eye?

He casually opened a book one day and the words 'No two snow crystals are exactly alike sprang to his attention. Next moment he thought if he froze water and looked at the crystals, each one would be totally unique. It was at this moment his research began to
in earnest to freeze water and if possible, take pictures.

He never doubted that they would. "I knew with certainty that my hypothesis was correct and that the experiments would go well.
I just knew it. I usually suffer from a critical shortage of perseverance by this time, I refused to give up."  (ibid).

Finally after two months of frustrating trial and error experiments with methods he later realized were inadequate he succeeded in
getting one photograph with the help of an assistant. What Dr. Emoto learned from this initial work was that if we really feel in our
heart that it is possible we can make it happen with our will. What we imagine can become a reality.

The crystal photographs he began to take were extremely moving. He discovered in them a deep insight in to the nature of the world
and of human beings.

'Crystals emerge for only twenty or thirty seconds as the temperature rises and the ice starts to melt. The truths of the cosmos take
shape and become visible, if only for a few moments. This short window of time gives us a glimpse into the world that it is magical
indeed. (ibid.)

The scientists put fifty different types of water in fifty different Petridishes.  They were then frozen at -20 degrees C for three hours.
This caused drops of ice about one millimeter across the surface in the dishes. By shining a light on the crown of the drop of ice a crystal appears.

He found that there are never fifty similar crystals, and that crystals did not always form.


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« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2013, 04:23:57 PM »

Crucially he discovered that when they graphed the construction of the crystals, they realized that water from separate sources
formed different crystals. Some crystals were clearly alike. Some were malformed. And in some water, no crystals were formed at all.

In their research they experimented with tap water from diverse locations. The results from the water supplied to Tokyo were awful
as they could not form one complete crystal in the laboratory. They surmised that in tap water, because it includes a dose of chlorine,
the natural structure of water was destroyed. This was confirmed when they took natural water, from whatever source, be its
natural springs, subterranean rivers, pure glaciers, and the springs of unpolluted rivers, all of which resulted in complete crystals
being formed.

After this initial research, his research assistant, suggested another line of approach using music to observe how water is affected.
After extensive effort and time they concluded, that perhaps the simplest method may be the best by placing a bottle of water between
two loudspeakers and exposing the water to a volume level most comfortable for a human being. They also decided to use the same
water and used Western music.

The results were remarkable. Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony with its glorious depictions of nature resulted in attractive, clearly
formed crystals. Mozart's 40th Symphony, which is a hymn to beauty, caused crystals that were delicate and graceful.

According to the classical music employed the water formed shapely crystals with their own characteristics. However the water which was subjected to violent heavy metal music caused disjointed and abnormal crystals.

The next step was the use of positive and negative words or phrases on pieces of paper, which were wrapped around the bottles of
of water with the words facing it.

'It did not seem logical for water to 'read' the writing, understand the meaning, and change its form accordingly. But I know from the experiment with music that strange things could happen. We felt as if we were explorers setting out on a journey, through an unmapped jungle.

"The results of the experiments did not disappoint us. Water exposed to 'Thank You' formed beautiful hexagonal crystals, but water
exposed to thew word 'Fool' produced crystals similar to the water exposed to heavy metal music, malformed and fragmented!

"Further experimenting  showed that water exposed to positive expressions like 'Let us do it', created attractive, well formed crystals
but the water exposed to negative expressions like a pre-emptory 'Do it', barely formed any crystals at all.' (ibid p.xxiv-xxv).             


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« Reply #4 on: January 17, 2013, 02:56:14 PM »

Dr. Emoto now understood the power of words. The vibration created by the use of good words had a positive effect but the
indiscriminate use of the negative vibration of words could destroy.

'I particularly remember one photograph. It was the most beautiful and delicate crystal that I had so far seen -- formed by being
exposed to the words 'love and gratitude'. It was as if the water had rejoiced and celebrated by creating a flower in bloom. It was so
beautiful that it actually changed my life from that moment on.

'In Japan, it is said that the words of the soul reside in a spirit called kotodama or the spirit of words, and the act of speaking words has
all the power to change the world. We all know that words have an enormous influence on the way we think and feel, and that things
generally go more smoothly when positive words are used. However, up to now, we have never been able to see physically the effect of words. (ibid. xxvi).

From the experiment of Dr. Emoto saw that the world are an expression of the soul. What we think we become just as what we eat
we become. He saw that our soul has a tremendous influence on the water that makes up the seventy percent or more of our body, and this impact has deep ramifications on the way we think, feel and behave. We have all noticed that those who expressed a positive and seemingly inexhaustible vitality are in excellent health and are pleasurable to be around because of their good spirits.

The power of love and gratitude are said to be what all the legitimate and venerable world religions are based on. There would be
no need for strict heavy laws if that was the case. The simplest sentiment is not only the elixir for all in the world to thrive upon with
joy and vivacity, it is the antidote for the negative vibrations that pollute our hearts and minds. These words love and gratitude could
serve as our guide in this complex and often hazardous world.

The way in which water functions shows us how we should conduct our lives for water is present in every individual cell of our body.
We cannot exist without water. By understanding the principles of water, we delve into the secrets of cosmos.


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Re: The Miracle of Water: Christopher Quilkey.
« Reply #5 on: January 18, 2013, 01:45:29 PM »

Water is the mirror of the soul. It has many faces, formed by aligning itself with the consciousness of human beings. What gives
water its ability to reflect what is in people's souls? In order to answer that question, I would first like to make sure that you
understand this fact: existence of vibration.

'The entire universe is in a state of vibration, and each things generates its own frequency, which is unique. My years of research
into water have taught me that this is the fundamental principle of the universe.'  (ibid. p.39)

Dr. Emoto then asks us to imagine our bodies being reduced to microscopic size so we can explore and discover the secrets of the
universe we identify as me. As we have understood from physics we quickly discover that everything consists of atoms and each
atom has a nucleus with rotating electrons among other particles. Physics has identified the number and shape of these electrons
with their orbits. These atoms combine in an infinite variety and give each unique substance a specific set of frequencies which vibrate.
Science has also taught us that in each substance there is nothing solid. Instead there is only a whirling mass or nucleus encompassed
by continuously rotating wave of energy.

All that we see and experience is eternally moving and vibrating at an indescribable velocity. It is vibrating off and on as a speed we
can barely glimpse with the most sophisticated scientific instruments.

We also as human beings are vibrating, and each of us, vibrates at a unique frequency. Some people have a natural gift of empathy,
while for the rest of us by purifying our minds and bodies through say yoga,and meditation, we develop skill to feel the vibrations of

From his research, Dr. Emoto concluded that a person who experiences a tragedy will emit a specific signal  and someone who is joyful, will discharge a corresponding frequency of elation. We know from our own experience that we desire to be a near a person who loves
others because their presence or aura is filled with frequency known as love, while a person whose behavior is pernicious however
subtle and well camouflaged will throw out a dark and evil frequency. (ibid. p 46-47).

Further to this observation that every object whether animate or inanimate or otherwise is in a state of vibration, it therefore means
that everything in existence is creating a sound. The fact that we cannot hear many sounds does not mean that they do not exist as we
know from observing the way a dog reacts to the sounds we cannot hear.


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Re: The Miracle of Water: Christopher Quilkey.
« Reply #6 on: January 19, 2013, 01:43:27 PM »

We can deduce that water truly mirrors all the myriad vibrations created in the cosmos, and that it has the capacity to turn these
vibrations into a crystal form that can be seen with the human eye. That is, water can express an intention or message in a specific

Now we can understand that through experiment and observation, a complete geometric crystal is formed, the medium of water is
an alignment with the nature of existence and its expression,

On the reverse side, Dr. Emoto made a significant observation that the crystals do not form in water that has been polluted by the
results of our failure to respect the laws of nature. When we pollute the world with our actions, which are clothed in greed and hatred,
this negativity throws out of alignment the natural rhythms of harmony and beauty.

However, 'If you fill your heart with love and gratitude, you will find yourself surrounded by so much that you can love and that you
can feel grateful for, and you can even get closer to enjoying the life of health and happiness that you seek. But what will happen
if you emit signals of hate, dissatisfaction, and sadness? Then you will probably find yourself in a situation that makes you hateful,
dissatisfied, and sad.

'The life you live and the world you live in are up to you.' *

(* The Hidden Message of Water, p.52.)


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