Dr. Masaru Emoto

Dr. Masaru Emoto



Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese author, researcher, and entrepreneur who became widely known in the late 1990s for his research on the effects of positive and negative thoughts on the molecular structure of water. Born on July 22, 1943, in Yokohama, Japan, Emoto earned a degree in International Relations from the Yokohama Municipal University in 1967. After his graduation, he worked for the Fuji Photo Film Company, and during his time there, he developed the "Hado" concept.

Hado is the concept that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto's research focused on the idea that, depending on the thoughts and words directed at it, water can become either "beautiful" or "ugly". He studied the effects of different kinds of music, words, prayers, and even photographs on water. His research led him to the conclusion that water is not only affected by the environment, but also by the thoughts and feelings of the people around it.

Emoto wrote several books on his research, including The Hidden Messages in Water, The True Power of Water, and Messages from Water. He also founded the International Water for Life Foundation and the Institute of Cetacean Research, both of which are dedicated to furthering his research on the effect of human consciousness on water.

Emoto was also an advocate of the power of love and forgiveness. He strongly believed that love and positive thoughts could heal and change the structure of water. He wrote extensively on the power of love and forgiveness, and how it could lead to a better world.

In addition to his research and writing, Emoto was an artist and photographer. He created numerous photographs of water crystals that were featured in his books and on his website. He also composed music and created videos about his research.

Sadly, Emoto passed away on October 17, 2014, at the age of 71. He will be remembered for his research and advocacy of the power of love and forgiveness. His work continues to inspire people to think positively and to use their thoughts and feelings to create a better world.

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