My 16-year-old daughter (now 17) watched a YouTube video with me of Dr. Masaru Emoto’s experiment on water.
As soon as the movie was over, Lilli jumped up and did the experiment for herself.
She cooked a cup of rice, evenly divided it into two clear plastic drinking glasses and filled them with tap water. She created two labels and taped them to the outside of the drinking glasses so that the words could be “read” by the contents of the cup. On one label she wrote LOVE and on the other cup the paper said YOU SUCK (spoken like a true teen- I’d have said HATE.)
She set them by the stove in the kitchen, right next to each other, just like you see in the picture.
At the beginning of her experiment, she would talk to the cups of rice. To the LOVE cup she would say kind and complementary words. To the other cup she would say mean and hateful words. After a few weeks (I wish we would have written the date!) the Love cup was crystal clear, the “you suck” cup was growing mold. Amazing!! You can see it for yourself!
“One of the hardest things in life is having words in your heart that you can’t utter.”