First, he took water from different sources, he froze them, and he looked at the water samples under the microscope. He found that water from lakes and oceans and mountain streams that are far flung, where there’s very little human population, produced images that were like beautiful symmetrical crystals, like snowflakes. Water from tap, or sources where there’s a lot of pollution on the other hand, showed images that were disfigured.
Then, he used distilled water samples, and then put words on the glass bottles. Same process of freezing and looking under the microscope. The water sample from the words “love and gratitude” came out with beautiful hexagon shapes while the water sample from words like “you fool” or “war” came out disfigured.
He then got polluted water, and then he asked people to set good intentions for the water, like a mantra or a prayer, and then the shape of the crystals changed.
He concluded then that thoughts, intentions, and words affect water. So when we chant “Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu”, our thoughts, according Dr. Emoto actually have an effect on the very molecular structures of the 70% water that we are made up.
Love and gratitude— the water samples that created the most beautiful shapes. Think of these words and let these words shape your reality.