Wednesday, March 30, 2011

World Prayer for the Water in Japan

  Masaru Emoto have done a lot of research on the power of words and is known for his study on how the energy of words can affect water. Now Mr. Emoto is inviting everyone to join a world-wide prayer for the water of Japan. The prayer goes like this:

“The Water of Fukushima nuclear plant, we are sorry to make you suffer. Please forgive us. We thank you, and we Love you.”

note: Masaru Emoto speaks Japanese in the video.
Here´s the text shown at the bottom of the video that will explain more:

March 29th, 2011
to Fellow Citizens of Planet Earth

    Because of the most massive earthquake of magnitude 9 and the huge tsunamis that followed the earthquake in Japan on March 11th, there are more than 11,000 victims and over 18,000 people are still missing… it’s been 18 days since the disaster happened. Furthermore, the Fukushima nuclear plant has been devastated, so not only air and sea water of nearby area have been affected, but also tap water of Tokyo area is even contaminated by radioactivity now. People are in a state of semi-panic by harmful rumors on agricultural products, sea food and even water. I perceive this catastrophic phenomenon as a beginning of the issue of the entire Earth, not just a problem of only Japan as an island country in far east. So many supports from abroad and media reports on this disaster have shown that whole Human beings are thinking that it is not just something happened in Japan, but it can happen to anyone in anywhere. It seems that people started to have more common consciousness of catastrophe as citizens of the Earth. Under such condition and when we think of; what can we do as citizens of the earth? and what do we have to do? I think the answer is just one? Unite in one mind as a citizen of the Planet Earth.
    I believe that we will come up with the following wisdoms only when we become one, and we will be able to make effective plans and actions. It is now the time to understand the meaning of the energy formula of Albert Einstein, e=mc2, and we shall practice it. Now, fellow citizens of this Planet Earth, let’s do our first try together as follows:

    Day and time: on Thursday, March 31st, 2011 12:00 noon in each time zone please say the following phrase:

    “The water of Fukushima nuclear plant, we are sorry to make you suffer. Please forgive us. We thank you, and we love you.”

Please say it aloud or in your mind. Repeat it three times as you put your hands together in a prayer position. Please offer your sincere prayer.

With love and gratitude,
Masaru Emoto
Missionary of Water


March 31st, 2011 at Noon, World Prayer. http://anax123.blogspot.com/

30 comments:

  1. Talking to water? interesting concept :]

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  2. A little weird, but sure, why not?

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  3. This is about as useful as... well, it isn't useful at all. It's almost offensive to the Japanese people in need of help and science by trying to drag Einstein into it. The Japanese don't need prayers, they need supplies to make their water clean and potable, they need to the money to afford those supplies. Prayer won't do that.

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  4. Let me rub my temples and sigh at the fact that these people actually think they're helping. DONATE MONEY, STOP WASTING EVERYBODY'S TIME. It pisses me off that people do this instead of actually doing things that can make a difference.

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  5. I went ahead and shared this with all my Facebook friends as well. In my opinion it is far better than doing nothing at all. This is a more than worthwhile cause and my heart still aches for those wonderful people over there...

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  6. there's something reassuring about everyone contributing to the same cause at the same time...

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  7. It's a shame what happened to Japan.

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  8. Thoughts, are just electric impulses, but still they are physical, and exist.

    Therefore, the rule of "Action - Reaction." must apply, however small the application must be. Thus with enough people, it could in theory work.

    Either that or I'm a loon lol.

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  9. My prayers go out to japan

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  10. this is weird, but i guess its normal in japan

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  11. Sending out the positive vibes!

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  12. I think this is heartwarming. Despite what actual implications it may have on the environment by doing this, it still promotes wholehearted love.

    I too would feel horrible, for spilling some toxic chemicals into my environment. Would you not feel sorrow for your nearby lake or perhaps the garden in your backyard, if you were to spill some type of toxic chemical by accident.

    Peace and love.

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  13. Hmm hope everything ends up well. Though cause of all the radiation, the marine ecosystem might be in a lot of trouble..

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  14. @ed everything is weird in japan

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  15. “The water of Fukushima nuclear plant, we are sorry to make you suffer. Please forgive us. We thank you, and we love you.”

    come on everyone!!!

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  16. The people who says it's a revenge for Pearl Harbor sucks!

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  17. My English teacher always told us about the power of words and how some professions (especially the medical field) uses different words, abbreviations, and metaphors to help distance the doctor/nurse from emotional attachment to patients (CTR for Circling The Drain instead of dying).

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  18. this is interesting. followed.

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  19. i support japan as much as i can

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  20. Awesome blog man! Keep up the good work! It will pay off!

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  21. Really interesting to read this post, had me thinking for quite some time. They've gone through so much as of recently its crazy.

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  22. It's indeed getting pretty bad there in Japan. Hope all the prayers and donations are helping. Great country, great culture, we can't let it go down by some nuclear bullshit, now can we?

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  23. I think I'd rather donate money to the Red Cross.

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  24. The Japanese have always been pretty wacky, things like this don't surprise me anymore.

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  25. Let us pray. Check me out, alphabetalife.blogspot.com

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  26. Hope Japan gets better.

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