Born July 22, 1943 in Yokohama, Japan, Dr. Masaru Emoto was globally recognized as a true pioneer of water research, spirituality, and consciousness. His theories and philosophy have brought this generation a new and greater understanding of the power of our thoughts, words, and intentions, and our ability to effect not only water but the quality of our lives and the world we live in.
He gained worldwide acclaim through his groundbreaking research and the discovery that water is deeply connected to our individual and collective consciousness. His water-crystal resonance research consisted of exposing water to different vibrations, then freezing, and then examining the aesthetics of the results with microscopic photography.
His stunning water-crystal photographs have enchanted millions of people across the globe. His documented research has shown that thoughts, words, emotions, prayer and music have a direct effect on molecular structure of water, and since our bodies and our planet are mostly water, then our thoughts and words certainly affect not only ourselves, but also the world around us.
For over 30 years he shared his messages in water. His research showed that two of the most beautiful and transformative words were love and gratitude. His message, if we live these words everyday, we can create peace within ourselves and our world.
As a long-time advocate for water in relation to peace, Dr. Emoto acknowledged his role as a “ water messenger,” teaching and conducting seminars throughout the world. He gave over 1000 lectures in 75 countries, and since his first book release, he successfully published over 3 million copies of 30 titles, in 46 countries.
Dr. Emoto also dedicated his life’s work to sharing his knowledge with children. He authored two children’s books. “The Secret of Water for the Children of the World” and “The Message from Water” children’s version, which is printed in over 75 countries and is available free of charge through the effort of his non profit organization, The Emoto Peace Project.
In 2012, he was listed number 18 of the world’s 100 most spiritually influential people on the planet. He was also featured in several documentary films such as “What the Bleep Do We Know?”, the Russian documentary, “Water the Great Mystery”, “The Invocation”, and has done thousands of interviews both on radio and television.
In 2005 he was invited as a special guest keynote speaker at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York City, to speak on his findings of water for The Spiritual Dimensions of Science and Consciousness Subcommittee. During this seminar he declared his mission for the Emoto Peace Project. A project which aims at educating the truth of water to children by distributing his children version of “Messages from Water” books to children for free around the world.
Over his lifetime his work has been recognized and embraced internationally by people all over the world including, scientists, physicists, dignitaries, celebrities, world leaders, and the Dalai Lama.