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The above observation photographs were taken by famed Japanese Researcher, Dr. Masaru Emoto. He is credited for discovering water is reactive to thoughts, words, music and other influences. His experiments entailed writing words like “love” on bottles of water or playing classical, harmonious music, then photographing the water molecules. When the messages projected onto water were positive, photographs showed perfectly crystalline water molecules. However, when he wrote words like “hate” or “evil” on the glass or played heavy metal, discordant music, the water molecules appeared imperfect and distorted.
Similar to Dr. Emoto’s work, the water in the Calm Patch is subject to high vibrational frequencies in the form of sound and intention. As our bodies are 70% water, our bodies harmonize or attune to the frequency of the water in the gel. With continued use of the Calm Patch our bodies acclimate. For some it may seem like the patch is no longer working, but in actuality the body is maintaining a steady state of balance and calm. At this point, the Patch becomes a maintenance tool.
Some may choose to view the Calm Patch as a placebo. However, thanks to researchers at Harvard, we now know the Placebo Effect is a real, documented phenomenon. For others trying to understand how the Calm Patch works, the work of Dr. Emoto may resonate. Either way, the only thing that matters is the Calm Patch works. And it works without any chemicals, synthetics, pharmaceuticals or negative side effects.
For more information on Dr. Emoto’s research and many more pictures of water molecules, go to www.masaru-emoto.net or read his first publication, Hidden Messages of Water.
For more information on the Placebo Effect go to http://tedkaptchuk.com/ or read http://harvardmagazine.com/2013/01/the-placebo-phenomenon.