Welcome back! Water, water is everywhere, and our love of this incredible element is also apparent within much of our Make-u-believe antics! As we have a piece coming out for World Water Day in the next week, it seems fitting to look at all the wonders of water and how our fascination features this elixir of life…
We have a stage show on tour this year that not only has it’s own water tribe characters who sing a song dedicated to this essential resource, but also looks at a place where water is abundant but also quite deadly.
The North Pole has one of the most hostile environments for human life but as it not only floats on water but is also made of a form of itself, we find this place enchanting despite its unhabitable environment.
Alongside the stage show with it’s watery characters and scenes and our dedication to water sustainability we also like the alternative and fascinating views of the recently departed Dr Masauro Emoto.
We had the pleasure of attending one of Dr Emotos talks a couple of years ago and find his experiments with water incredibly interesting.
Dr Emoto tested waters reactions, with samples taken from various locations globally, he would freeze them and observe them with a microscope. What he found was incredible, as water has such a variety of shapes and patterns depending on it’s locations. Beautiful shining hexagonal crystals were created as if from the invisible world with each one having its own uniqueness.
Interestingly, the crystals that appeared beautiful were taken from rivers and lakes where the water is kept pristine from development, unlike samples taken from rivers and lakes near big cities. The results showed beautiful crystals after giving good words, playing good music, and showing, playing, or offering pure prayer to water. However, disfigured crystals appeared in the opposite situation.
From this Dr Emoto decided to see what the water crystals would do if he presented them with words, music, prayer, and other things like crystal stones and even smells. The results were astonishing, showing how the water reacted differently to them all by giving a unique crystal at the end of the experiment.
The results of the experiments are incredible and very fascinating! We love looking at all the various thoughts and ideas on water such as the teachings of Isha below.
When we think about how our bodies are made up of 80% water, we can’t help but think perhaps there is something even further to ponder on how to choose our words carefully!
Enjoy the wonderful images of Dr Emoto, and there shall be more water words coming soon!