I had the privilege of meeting one of the most significant men in my life. I am hoping his transition into the next dimension will be a beacon of light to encourage people to learn about his work and I also hope it motivates people to meet their heroes while they are still alive
I met Dr. Masaru Emoto in Scottsdale, Arizona 2007 during one of his talks on the effects of consciousness on water. Most people, especially children knew him for his rice experiments. At that time his work was popularized in the film What The Bleep Do We Know. I had been attending the most famous of all "What the Bleep Groups" in Scottsdale. The movie, "The Secret" by Rhonda Burne had come out the year before and the spiritual communities were buzzing with new findings on quantum physics, neuro-science and the human development movement. So when the announcement came that he would be coming to Arizona, I knew I had to meet this man in person. He didn't speak English then. His translator was amazing at delivering his message. That day, I learned of how people affect each other through resonance from Dr. Masaru's demonstration on tuning forks and fell in love with his work on water crystals. His teachings had a major impact in how I view myself, how I manage my self talk and how I talk to other people. It also helped me to let others know when their choice of words was harmful to myself. I am most grateful for his work with children, as he offers a free book teaching children about water and other important life essentials. This man's work is just as important as Sir Issac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein and so on and will truly be miss by many.