Dr. Masaru Emoto claims that the formation of molecules in water will varies depending on the emotions and intentions of human beings. Even words, pictures and music will affect the molecules.
This is an example;
When you write the word "love" and tape it on the glass of water, the water molecules will form a beatiful and symmetric ice crystal.
However if you touch a glass of water with a lot of hatred in your heart, the ice crystals look ugly and non-symmetric.
Dr. Masaru Emoto demonstrates his experiment and research in this video. Different screen shot were captured by channeling different emotion directly onto water and the result was amazing.
Below is an excerpt from an interview conducted by Pure Inspiration magazine with Dr. Emoto, published in September 2006.
Pl: One of your remarkable discoveries is that water responds to words, whether they are spoken, written, or even thought, as in prayer. Kind, uplifting words tend to produce beautifully shaped water crystals, while angry discordant expressions have produced warped crystals. Does this mean that the water is a living presence with awareness and feelings?
Dr. Emoto: To that kind of a question I usually answer that water is existing just as a mirror to the human mind. For example, if a person is not esthetically beautiful but is truly a beautiful person, when his or her face is shown to the water the water will respond to it and respond to it beautifully. However, if a very unpleasant person shows his or her face to the water, the water will respond accordingly.
In the Bible it says that at the beginning was the Word, and I think words, whether spoken or written, are vibrations. So, going back to this saying in the Bible, we can replace, “In the beginning was the Word” with “In the beginning there was vibration.” The Creator made water to carry or to convey there vibrations.
In my long career of researching water, I have concluded that we need some sort of existence like God or the Creator or we won’t be able to answer many of our questions.
Dr. Masaru Emoto's current homepage and information about his work at HadoLife