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"The Secret Life of Water" by Masaru Emoto

Oh my goodness! Finally, I have redone this Book Review and I am very much satisfied with the way it turned out in comparison to my first try at it. I have a good excuse: The first Book Review on "The Secret Life of Water" by Masaru Emoto was literally my first video ever and I had no idea what I was doing...like, no idea what-so-ever! LOL I think I have done better now but I'll let you be the judge. I love this book, by the way!

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Title: The Secret Life of Water

Page Count: 202

Author: Masaru Emoto

Published Date: 2003

Publishing Company: Atria Books

Type: Hardcover

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"Death & Life Are In The Power of The Tongue"

- Ancient Proverb


This ancient proverb speaks volumes to my heart and reminds me that my choice in words is important. I can either use my speech to tear someone down or I could use to build someone up.

Metaphorically speaking, this sounds beautiful. But is there a metaphysical truth to this proverb? Can words literally tear someone down or build them up?

Reading "The Secret Life of Water" by Masaru Emoto reaffirmed my belief that words are not just utterances that dissipate after the conversation is over, rather they are things that affect other things around them, including us. Think about this, Emoto proved that the molecular build of water is either fortified or weakened by the energy emitted by spoken or written words; positive words having a constructive effect and negative words having a destructive effect. If human beings are made up of 70% water, wouldn't this mean that the water we are made of is either fortified or destroyed by the words we are exposed to?

Something to think about...