The Consciousness Field Loses Two Great Pioneers by Alexis Brooks
In 2004 new Realities put together its biggest conferernce ever called A Forum on Water. It featured Hopi elders, JJ hurtak and the first imte in New York ever Dr. Masaru Emoto. I found him a humb
In 2004 new Realities put together its biggest conferernce ever called A Forum on Water. It featured Hopi elders, JJ hurtak and the first imte in New York ever Dr. Masaru Emoto. I found him a humble, intelligent and for a Japanese elder - he was a very funny man who also created the proof through water that our thoughts create reality.
We lost two pioneers within the consciousness movement - past life regressionist and hypnotherapist Dolores Cannon and Japanese consciousness researcher Dr. Masaru Emoto. We will pay homage to their incredible contributions below in our Featured News section.
It was in 1994 that Japanese author and researcher Dr. Masaru Emoto set out to understand the effects of consciousness on water, having some inkling that water in and of itself is conscious and could be impressed or structured by virtue of another form of consciousness. After arduous trials, Emoto managed to show solid evidence to the world that water indeed is conscious and is directly affected when in the presence of conscious intentions of good or evil, love or hate. The results were startling and blew open a whole new area of inquiry in the consciousness field.
There are numerous papers, books, and film that now document Emoto's discoveries and the effects of consciousness on the physical environment. Dr. Emoto's efforts were tireless nearly up until the end of his life. We lost this valiant pioneer on October 17th, but his legacy into new breakthroughs in consciousness will no doubt continue for many years to come!
It's one thing to entertain a casual curiosity about a given subject, but it's another thing entirely when you have the courage of your convictions to spend your life in full exploration of the depths of your curiosity. Dolores Cannon was one such person. In fact, she was never shy about saying, "I want to know about everything!" This was her mantra and in the process of her many discoveries, she helped countless others navigate the uncharted territories of reality.
On October 18, 2014 (just one day after the passing of Dr. Emoto) Cannon's exploration on this planet came to an end. After what her daughter Julia Cannon described as "an accident" back in September, although what appeared to be a slow climb back to health, Cannon ultimately passed away with loving family by her side.
Continue reading my tribute to Dolores Cannon and her incredible work in past-life regression and hypnotherapy on Conscious Life News.