Water Life Science® Advocate Sharon Kleyne Supports Emoto Peace Project. Sharon Kleyne and Michiko Hayashi Share Dr. Emoto’s Hidden Life of Water.
Sharon Kleyne, America’s leading water advocate and host of The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health radio program syndicated on Voice of America, recently sat down with the international Emoto Peace Project (www.emotopeaceproject.net) Director, Michiko Hayashi, to discuss the legacy of a much-loved friend and colleague, the late Dr. Masaru Emoto. Emoto, bestselling author of The Hidden Messages of Water and other books, is best known for demonstrating that water’s energy can be seen and interpreted by freezing its crystals and observing their shapes.
Michiko Hayashi, a 1983 graduate in languages from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon and a resident of Tokyo, described Dr. Emoto’s early career, pointing out that he actually began as a medical doctor in Japan. He would place a patient’s hand on a machine called a Hado (www.hado.com/ihm/ ), which would measure the energy of various sectors of the body. When Emoto detected energy imbalances, he held that the cause of the patient’s disease could be detected in those energy imbalances. He would then work with water, Hayashi explained, to create positive vibration energy that would cancel out the patient’s negative energy and imbalances. As a result, he could restore the energy level that was appropriate for each individual patient. “In this way,” said Hayashi, “Dr. Emoto was able to cure 10,000 people or more.”
Sharon Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science® and one of the world’s great champions of new water technology and research, asked Hayashi why Dr. Emoto chose water as his primary field of study and practice. “Water has memory,” said Hayashi. “Dr. Emoto liked saying that ‘Water is God’. He believed,” Hayashi continued, “that water is a living, spiritual Being from the oldest of times. He also strongly believed that we should all feel positive, happy emotions.”
Sharon Kleyne mentioned that this last directive reminded her of Dr. Effie Chow’s similar suggestion for achieving health through the mindful practice of Qigong and Tai Chi. Hayashi agreed, saying that Dr. Emoto and Dr. Chow were mutual admirers and collaborators. Both are also longtime collaborators with Sharon Kleyne in her water research that often focuses on dehydration due to excessive evaporation of the body’s water vapor and dry eye disease, which afflicts billions worldwide.
Sharon Kleyne asked Hayashi to describe the process Dr. Emoto followed in preparing water for patients and for his later water research. “He began,” Hayashi explained, “by printing out individual words and phrases—‘love, I love you, you’re stupid, hate’—and pasting them onto the water glasses. When he froze the water, he discovered that water crystals from glasses adorned with positive words assumed beautiful shapes, while the opposite was true for glasses marked with negative words.”
“That’s how important our words are,” Sharon Kleyne added. “Everything has its own vibration, including every word we think of and speak aloud. They affect our bodies, therefore our health. It’s just as Dr. Gerald Pollack has said many times,” said Kleyne. “We’re living, walking batteries charged by the energy of the water vapor in our bodies and all around us.”
Hayashi added that Dr. Emoto eventually used pictures with water, too. “An elephant,” she said, “would result in beautiful frozen water crystals, while a photograph of something ugly or painful produced frozen water crystals that looked unhappy.”
“Dr. Emoto was a great holistic healer,” said Sharon Kleyne. “He was a visionary whose water research inspires anyone who has ever taken the time to learn about it. It should be studied by anyone who cares about the survival of humanity and our planet.”