EMOTO

AcronymDefinition
EMOTOEventual Master Of The Obvious
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In one of his experiments, Dr Emoto used two jars of cooked rice.
The site features an article by her friend, Dr Habib Sadeghi, who says Emoto made water turn bad by putting it in a jar with "I hate you" written on it.
The incident became a high-profile case because Yamaguchi, whose family name was Emoto at the time of the incident, called the police on Sept.
The project, shot during an international Hado convention in Japan, revolves around Dr Masaru Emoto, his teaching of Hado and his incredible research with water crystals demonstrating water consciousness.
A three-day conference features motivational speakers, including Japanese scientist Dr Masaru Emoto, mentor Dadi Janki and Australian meditation teacher Charlie Hogg.
Former Hanshin Tigers pitcher and upper house member Takenori Emoto failed to make a comeback as a lawmaker of the People's New Party.
Emoto M, Kawarabayashi T, Hachisuga T, Eguchi F, Shirakawa K.
Emoto had three best-sellers and still no significant science to back up his photographs.
I watched five different 2007 presentations for this review: Transforming Consciousness & Perception with Music, a 52-minute DVD with Don Campbell; The True Power of Water, an 110-minute DVD with Masaru Emoto and translator; Health & Longevity, a 59-minute DVD with Norm Shealy, MD; Spiritual Nutrition, an 89-minute DVD with Gabriel Cousens, MD: and The Spectrum of Health, a 56-minute DVD with Larry Dossey, MD.
I would also mention some of the studies of Masaru Emoto, who photographed the effects of specific musical works and different kinds of electromagnetic waves affecting water molecules.
Eric says the former camp commandant, Lt-Col Emoto - a fine professional soldier - delivered a truck-load of bottled beer and later addressed the men, apologising for the awful conditions they had lived under and said if they ever returned to Japan they would be welcome at his home.