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Tomorrow night: Dr Masaru Emoto at Cheltenham Town Hall

PUBLISHED: 14:10 18 March 2013 | UPDATED: 21:12 05 April 2013

Dr Masaru Emoto

Dr Masaru Emoto

The Isbourne Holistic Centre is very excited to be hosting the legendary Dr Masaru Emoto from Japan for a talk at Cheltenham Town Hall tomorrow evening, Tuesday, March 19 (7-8.30pm), entitled, 'From the Era of Gold, to the Era of Water'

TOMORROW NIGHT:
Dr Masaru Emoto at
Cheltenham Town Hall

Water Crystal Legend Doctor Masaru Emoto shares his Hidden Messages from Water at Cheltenham Town Hall tomorrow night


The Isbourne Holistic Centre a pioneering health and wellbeing charity aiming to create positive lives through education is very excited to be hosting the legendary Dr Masaru Emoto from Japan for a talk at Cheltenham Town Hall tomorrow evening, Tuesday, March 19 (7-8.30pm), entitled, From the Era of Gold, to the Era of Water.

Dr Emoto a doctor of alternative medicine, healer and scientific researcher - is internationally renowned for his groundbreaking research into water crystals and his remarkable discovery, documented with high-speed photography, that water has the capacity to absorb human feelings and emotions and can be powerfully impacted by them.

Photographs of Dr Emotos experiments with water crystals formed in frozen water show that water from clear springs and water exposed to beautiful music and loving words produce exquisitely shaped and brilliantly coloured snowflake patterns, while polluted water and water exposed to negative thoughts bears incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colours. His findings have been published in a number of books, including The Hidden Messages in Water, clearly illustrated with photographs of water crystals.

Emoto believes that since people are made up of 70% water, like the Earth itself, if we consciously express love and good will, we can heal ourselves and our planet. At his Cheltenham talk, Dr Emoto will share his experiments with water crystals and unveil some new and as yet unpublished photographs of some crystals to illustrate his discoveries.

Dr Masaru Emoto says, I very much look forward to this opportunity to talk about my lifes work with the people of Gloucestershire and the south west of England. I will also share some of my research into how the environment and peoples consciousness influence water and what this means to the earth. In addition, I will also discuss my peace work, The Emoto Peace Project, and its aims to educate the truth of water to children by distributing childrens versions of my Messages from Water book for free.

Caroline Myss, leading US spiritual teacher and bestselling author of Sacred Contracts praises Dr Emotos work: The Hidden Messages in Water is magnificent. Through his genius photography and superb scientific skill, Dr. Masaru Emoto has created a book that is truly a mystical treasure. His contribution to research in spiritual consciousness is positively masterful.

BOOKING INFORMATION:



  • Dr Emotos talk at Cheltenham Town Hall takes place on Tuesday, March 19, 7-8.30pm, followed by book signings with the author. Tickets cost 16

  • For bookings and further information visit www.isbourne.org or contact the Isbourne Centre: 01242 254321; bookings@isbourne.org

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