In 1994, Dr Masaru Emoto of the IHM General Research Institute Inc in Japan started studying water crystals by using microscopic photography to observe the structure of water crystals. Dr Masaru Emoto discovered from the frozen water crystals that water can receive and recognize messages from sound, text, image and human thought. Water responds with beautiful and ordered crystals when exposed to positive messages. In contrast, distorted and ugly crystals are formed in response to negative messages.
Since 2010, the Hua Yan Research Laboratory have based on Dr Emoto’s studies, expanded the research to focus on water’s response to sight, sound, smell, taste, feel and thought. Such studies provide evidence that water responds to our positive and negative