Dr. Masaru Emoto, who has taken pictures of how things like emotions, pollution, intentions, and other things impact water, is on Kaua‘i for a series of events this week.
He will give a lecture presentation at the Aloha Beach Resort- Kauai in Wailua Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., with Kimba and Omashar opening with a musical meditation.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.
Today, Emoto is the guest of honor at a dinner in the Blossoming Lotus restaurant VIP room on Kukui Street in Kapa‘a.
For $100 per person, with some of the proceeds to benefit Save Our Seas, participants will get to dine with Emoto on a gourmet vegan feast prepared by Chef Patrick Bremser, and get a signed copy of Emoto’s book, “Hidden Messages in Water.” Emoto will offer a special meal blessing, organizers said in a press release.
Today’s event is limited to 20 people. Call Mark at 822-0820 or Kimba at 823-6238 for reservations and more information.
Advanced tickets for the Wednesday event at the Aloha Beach Resort-Kauai are available at the Lotus Root in Kapa‘a, 823-6658.
Emoto has gained worldwide acclaim by showing how water is deeply connected to individual and collective consciousness.
His message is simple, profound, and far-reaching. His photographs were first published in his books “Messages from Water 1” and “Messages from Water 2,” and are now published in “Hidden Messages in Water.” Some 400,000 copies of “Hidden Messages in Water” have been sold internationally in three languages.
Born in 1943 in Japan, Emoto is a graduate of the Yokohama Municipal University’s Department of Humanities and Sciences with a focus on international relations.
In 1992 he received certification from the Open International University as a doctor of alternative medicine.
Subsequently, he was introduced to the concept of microcluster water in the United States, and magnetic resonance analysis technology.
Thus began his quest to discover the mystery of water. At length, he realized that in the frozen crystal form water shows its true nature.
Emoto published a photo essay for special medicine in the March 2004 issue of The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.