In 2004, Japanese scientist, Masaru Emoto published his book ‘The Hidden Messages in Water’. I bought a copy in 2005, when his ideas were still widely ridiculed by traditional scientists. Fast-forward to 2020, and Emoto’s ideas have become increasingly accepted by many in the scientific community. Dr Emoto revolutionized the idea that our thoughts, feelings, music and intentions impact the physical realm. Using high-speed photography, Dr. Emoto demonstrated that when specific, concentrated thoughts, feelings, music and/or intentions, are directed toward water, the shape of the frozen crystals formed in the water reflects the vibration of whatever has been directed towards them, whether it is a thought, a feeling, the written word, or music.
Below are photographs of some of the crystals formed after water had been exposed to the vibration of thoughts, feelings, words, music, and polluted water, before and after prayer.
As you can see, exquisite well-formed water crystals form when high-vibration thoughts, feelings, music, and/or intentions are exposed to water. Conversely, when low- vibration thoughts, feelings, music, and/or intentions are exposed to water, there is very little if any formation in the crystals.
As around 65% of the human body is made of water, and the water in our body is constantly exposed to the vibration of our thoughts and feelings, it makes you pause for thought…what impact do our disempowering, low-vibration thoughts and feelings have on our body? To me, this is clear evidence why Hypno-Sensing appears to have such a positive effect on peoples’ physical health – the water in our body is a magnet for the vibration of our thoughts and feelings, and Hypno-Sensing releases trapped low-vibration feelings, and transforms them into high-vibration feelings. That, to me, explains why Hypno-Sensing not only has a positive impact on our emotional well-being, but also our physical well-being.
In the same way, a magnet attracts steel, we attract the energy that resonates at a similar frequency to our own.– Christy Whitman, author, and speaker