Water Crystals

Know What You're Thinking

Water crystals can take many forms in response to our thoughts and emotions.

Water is the most receptive of the four elements and shows how our thoughts truly impact the world around us.

Physical objects, especially water, are affected by our thinking, our feelings and even our words. Changes can actually be seen in the icy crystals, right down to the molecular level.

Water appears to receive (and understand) subtle vibrations. When ice crystals are formed, they show us the energy contained behind their formation.

Negative thoughts and emotions prevent water from crystallizing. Positive reinforcement creates beautiful (and usually symmetrical) hexagonal shapes. A message in the water is influenced by thought vibration.

This is extremely powerful. The earth is approximately 70% water.

And so are we.

How are Crystals Formed?

As you know, water is solid at its freezing point point, 0 degrees C, or 32 Fahrenheit. This is at 1 atmosphere of pressure.

As the water temperature drops, molecular bonds are formed. The icy water molecules create many different geometric patterns.

Dr. Masaru Emoto Water Experiments

A brilliant Japanese scientist, Dr. Masaru Emoto, conducted several experiments to study the effect of ideas, words, and music upon the molecules of water. His groundbreaking research shows that the formation of ics crystals is deeply affected by their environment.

Our thoughts, attitudes, and emotions truly and deeply impact the environment.

Water Crystal Oracle

A companion to Dr. Emoto's book, Hidden Messages in Water, the Oracle is a compilation of 48 beautiful crystal images.

If you ever doubt how important it is to keep your thoughts, feelings and words positive, just remember the effect they have on water.

"As with Galileo, Newton, and Einstein, Dr. Emoto's clear vision helps us see ourselves and our universe differently. Science and spirit unite, resulting in a profound and undeniable quantum leap in how we view our world, and how we can reclaim our health and create peace."
~Marcus Laux, ND, Editor, Naturally Well Today