I became aware of something interesting several years back called The Water Experiments. This was done by Dr. Masaru Emoto, a pioneer in the comprehensive study of water. Through carefully documented experiments, he repeatedly demonstrated that water is shaped by the “energies” of thoughts, environment, and human emotions. His water experiments showed that focused human thoughts and intentions alter the molecular structure of water in unique ways. Since the human body is comprised of about 60% water, it stands to reason these experiments could impact humankind.

The best way to understand the energetic significance is to watch the short video below.

The first time I discovered Dr. Emoto’s work, it amazed me contemplating the sheer number of people in the world. And that people’s energetic signals are unknowingly sent and received every moment of every day. Automatically, like breathing and a heartbeat. Most have no idea they might be sending or receiving energies around them. If that’s true, that means we all are subject to these energies around us. And more importantly, we can choose to maintain a positive outlook, be kind, and replace negative energy with something better. For me, these experiments demonstrated focus and metaphysical cause and effect.

Among the things to consider are how the water experiments can impact our personal health and collective society. Our responsibility to control our energies.

The choice to feel negative or positive is deeply impactful for ourselves and others around us. If we carry hate in our heart, the experiments demonstrate that it will produce a distorted and non-unified shape or pattern. While focusing on love shows perfect symmetry and balance. Ugly vs beautiful in basic terms. And these energies do impact our health and emotional well-being.

Holding negative feelings of helplessness and hopelessness can lead to chronic stress. This disturbs the body’s hormone balance, depletes dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin, and endorphins – the chemicals required for happiness, and damages the immune system. Persistent, chronic stress has been shown to decrease our lifespan. When considering that, it makes sense to start “thinking” about our thinking and its impact on our health and society.

The thoughts and feelings we maintain determine the energy we send and receive.

The power of positive thinking, genuine self-love (not narcissism), and the active regulation and focus of our emotional energies have an impact not only on ourselves but on others. The energy frequencies relevant to different emotions across the spectrum illustrate the visible difference between negative and positive feelings. Everything vibrates at a higher or lower frequency.

The results are clear – positive = harmony and negativity = distortion. A simple result that cannot be argued against or disproven. Another mystery of the Universe and life on this planet. Perhaps a tool in building and maintaining a peaceful existence among the world’s distractions and chaos.