What do holy water and homeopathy have in common? The late Masaru Emoto wrote several books on his famous water experiments that showed how water supposedly could be “programmed” with a message. Lynne McTaggart, journalist, and author of several books on intention, also conducted a series of water experiments with the help of a team of scientists, as narrated in her most recent book The Power of Eight. Those experiments seem to indicate that water reacts to intent or consciousness, or can carry a message.
The idea behind holy water in church is the same, to imbue water with the frequency of universal love, and use this water to bless the members of the congregation. Now we’re on to homeopathy. Mainstream scientists and medical researchers have always had a problem with homeopathy, which uses remedies in such minute concentrations that the original substance can no longer be detected with regular scientific testing methods.
Moreover, and here is where homeopathy goes completely against the grain of mainstream beliefs, the greater the dilution, the greater the potency and effect of the remedy. I have experienced myself how potent, effective, yet gentle, homeopathic remedies can be, especially in the higher dilutions, and when diluted in water.
It seems thus that water can carry a message, a message in the form of a frequency imprint that our body’s electromagnetic system is able to decipher and use.
You may have heard that something is held in the cellular memory. Given that our body is made up of around 60% water one wonders whether all our thoughts and beliefs are held specifically in the water of our cells. Any thoughts?