What would you say if I tell you that you can take any plain old tap water and make it taste like the finest spring water in the world with the power of your intention?
This sounds crazy, and even I don’t believe it sometimes, but it works…
I remember the first time Danelle told me about this. We were having coffee at her favorite spot and the topic of water came up somehow.
When she first told me about this, I thought “well, I knew she’s a bit crazy, but this sounds totally insane!”
But, since many of the things Danelle says sound crazy at first, but then turn out to be profound truths, I decided to think about it and try it.
So here’s how it works.
Dr. Masaru Emoto from japan, did extensive research into the field of water and how intention impacts it. In his book The Hidden Messages in Water he lays out his experiments.
What he did was expose water taken from various sources to emotional intent.
For example, he took water and put it in 2 bowls, on one he wrote “I love you” and on the other “I hate you” and then he put the bowls aside and froze them so the water crystalized.
Turns out, that the water that had the “I love you” emotional intent on it, crystalized beautifully, and ended up looking like a snow flake when put under a microscope. Since both bowls of water were from the same source, you’d expect the “I hate you” water to look the same, but it didn’t… it actually ended up looking very gross and sickly.
(See the video below for some mind blowing examples).
So when Danelle told me about this, I was quite skeptical, since it sounds crazy, but I do understand the power of emotional intent, and I do know how the field of oneness works <<link to 1st podcast>>, so while my “normal” brain kept telling me it’s nuts, my higher self decided to try it.
Well, Danelle was right (as usual)…
I started with a simple test and just said “I love you” right before I drank my water. Surprisingly (or maybe not), the water tasted better. But this was filtered water, from a good source and I was thirsty, so maybe it was just in my mind, so I went a bit further.
After drinking the first glass of the most delicious water I ever tasted, I filled a glass with tepid tap water. I live in PA and you can definitely taste the difference between tap water and filtered water here.
So I said “I love you” to the glass of tepid tap water, and when I drank it, it was also delicious, I couldn’t taste any of the chlorine or chemical taste I usually get from tap water.
At this point, my “normal” brain was telling me that I just talked myself out of tasting the bad chemical taste so I decided to go all “Pepsi challenge” on it.
I filled 2 identical cups with tap water, put a mark on the bottom of one and said “I love you” to it, and then shuffled the cups around until I couldn’t tell which one was the one with the mark and which was the other.
Then I took a sip from each of them. It was super easy to tell the difference. One tasted like heaven, the other tasted like shi… well, let’s just say it didn’t taste as good…
Then just to make sure, I looked on the bottom of the cups, and of course, the marked one was the tasty one.
From that day on, I’m the “guy who talks to his water”.
I drink quite a lot of water during the day and every time I fill my cup, I whisper “I love you” to it. I sometimes forget, but then the bad taste reminds me what I need to do…
I even say “I love you” to my food now. People sometimes think I’m crazy, but I get to drink the tastiest water in the world, so it doesn’t really bother me that much…
And since our body is 70% water, I wonder what would happen if we just said “I love you” to ourselves every now and then…
So what I’m saying is, love your water and it will love you back!