Water – The Movie

On Sept. 17th Dr. Masaru Emoto and Intention Media launched the ground-breaking documentary film WATER at The Reconnection’s Mastery Conference. The event took place at the Universal Hilton in Los Angeles. The proceeds went to the benefit of The Love Planet Foundation and The Emoto Peace Project.

We already talked about the best-selling author and internationally renowned water researcher, Dr. Masaru Emoto in two previous articles. This time, the leading researcher and pioneer in the study of water and his revolutionary discoveries are featured in his latest breakthrough film. The film challenges audiences to explore water – the most abundant resource on the planet and more than 70% of our bodies – as we have never seen it before.

The Conference

The Reconnection Mastery Conference 2008 LogoThe Reconnection’s 6th Annual Mastery Conference: Science, Consciousness and Healing, September 18-21 commenced with a presentation by Dr. Masaru Emoto and Konstantin Korotkov featuring their latest experiments from Lake Baikal, Russia.

Following the screening of the film WATER, there were Q & A panel discussion with Eric Pearl (the founder of The Reconnection), Dr. Masaru Emoto (costar of Water), Konstantin Korotkov (costar of Water), Betsy Chasse (co-founder of Intention Media and co-creator of the hit film What the Bleep Do We Know?!) and the film’s producer Russian filmmaker Saida Medvedeva.

There were also present at this event other powerful and insightful teachers and researchers on the planet, including William Tiller (costar of What the Bleep), Gary Schwartz (costar of the upcoming movie The Voice), worldwide bestselling author Dannion Brinkley (Saved by the Light and At Peace in the Light), Lee Carroll (Kryon and Indigo Children books), Terry Cole-Whittaker (Dare to Be Great) and more.

To learn more about The Reconnection Annual Mastery Conference , please visit The Reconnection website.

The Movie

The Water Movie coverThe film WATER investigates the most abundant yet least studied substance on Earth, as Nobel prize winning scientists and leading minds explore the powerful connection between “our water planet” and its inhabitants. In the last few years, a revolution has taken place in the science community explaining the structure of water and how easily it can be changed. This fascinating and detailed information is featured in the film by researchers from Russia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Israel, the US, Britain, Austria, Japan, Argentina, China and Tibet, including world famous water researcher and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Masaru Emoto of What the Bleep Do We Know?!.

The film covers a vast array of water related topics including it’s relationship to biology, religion, science, parenting, conservation efforts, behavior, and politics and explores how human intentions not only can change the structure of water, but how our thoughts can alter our environment.

Talking about the Water movie, the well-known doctor, spiritual teacher and writer Deepak Chopra commented:

Just as with the film What The Bleep, WATER shows us through science that our thoughts have an effect on our external reality. Imagine the possibilities when people realize their own potential for creativity. Films like this give me hope that there is an emergence of collective intelligence that can solve the problems of the world.

To find out more about the Water movie, please visit Intention Media website.

Something to think about:

DID you Thank, Love or give Reiki to your Water today?

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