True Power of Water
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True Power of Water

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Dear Reader, I am honored that you have picked up The True Power of Water. In a world of no mistakes, it is not by coincidence that you and I are embarking on this journey. The words and pictures you are about to see will open a new world of possibilities for you -- just as my research has done for me. In this book you will learn of the unique properties of water and its ability to improve your health and your life. You will see the effect each of us has on water -- not only the water we drink but also the water that makes up 70 percent of the human body and, most importantly, what happens to that water as we interact with each other. 2005 marks the beginning of the United Nations Decade of Water. It is our individual responsibility to learn all we can about water, the most precious resource on our planet, and to help shift the consciousness through our thoughts, through our words and prayers, and through our commitment to respect each other with love and gratitude. May our understanding of water help bring peace to all humankind. Masaru Emotoshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 127 x 190.5 x 15.2mm | 249.48g
  • Atria Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0743289811
  • 9780743289818
  • 212,396

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"Destined to become a classic...a beautiful book written by a very old and beautiful soul...Masaru Emoto writes of the great universal truth. Energy is best transmitted through water as 70% of the human body is made of water. Through our interaction with water we can send ripples of love and gratitude, the most powerful of all emotions, to every person on the planet." --Kiril Sokoloff, founder, 13D Research Inc. and Healthsearches.orgshow more

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