Long before his book was published, I had similar experiences to Masaru Emoto’s discoveries. They relate to events during ‘Silva Mind Control’ seminars I attended in 1986& 1988. I knew nothing about ‘visualisation techniques’ at the time, but had been urged to attend by my aunt, who was a wardrobe mistress at STV . She was staying with me In London, while she attended a Silva Mind Control seminar.
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.
Cleve Backster was an interrogation specialist for the CIA -Central Intelligence Agency. He was credited with designing the first Lie Detector, although he preferred to call his polygraph a ‘truth detector’. One day, in his lab, Backster performed an experiment involving the use of a polygraph on a Dracaena plant in the office – he was curious to find out what was recorded on the polygraph machine as water was drawn up into plants’ leaves.
Russian researcher Pyotr Gariajev and his team of researchers, refused to believe nature was so wasteful, that it would allow 90% of our DNA to be ‘junk’, as this unidentified part of our DNA was called by most scientists at the time. Gariajev’s team of geneticists, biophysicists, biologists and linguists set-out to test their theory, that vibration and language had an impact on DNA.
If we are to believe recent headlines, the NHS is facing its worst crisis since its inception in 1948. We are told repeatedly that the NHS is overwhelmed and under-funded; the NHS budget for 2019, was £134 billion.