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Hado

"Hado is the intrinsic vibratory pattern at the atomic level in all matter, the smallest unit of energy. Its basis is the energy of human consciousness." - Dr. Masaru Emoto

"Quantum Physics Science teaches us that all matter is vibrating. Words, Music, Pictures, Colors, Thoughts, Emotions and Prayer create vibration." - Dr. Masaru Emoto



HADO creates words. Words are the vibrations of nature. Therefore beautiful words create beautiful nature. Ugly words create ugly nature. This is the root of the universe.” Dr. Masaru Emoto

Researcher Dr. Masaru Emoto, chief of the Hado institute in Tokyo, demonstrates probably the most convincing and startling effects that human consciousness can have on physical reality.

Dear Dr. Emoto has discovered an effect on water that was given the name the ‘Hado’ effect. He describes it as follows, quote: ‘Hado is the intrinsic vibration pattern at the atomic level in all matter, the smallest unit of energy. Its basis is the energy of human consciousness’.

He wrote a book that was issued in 1999 called ‘The Message from Water’ that has sold millions of copies already around the globe and has been translated in many languages. He’s lecturing and holding seminars around the world and also conducts live experiments where he demonstrates the ‘Hado’ effect of water. Hado Energy (external link)

www.myhado.com (external link)

See Also

14.20 - Dominant is Light of Mind or Thought or Idea
14.21 - Russell on Thought and Idea
15.22 - Water is Sensitive to Thought
16.05.05 - Electricity and Thought are Intimately Related
18.06 - Thought as a thing - Cayce
18.07 - Thought as a thing - Hubbard
As a Man Thinketh
Divine Thought
Etheric Elements
Figure 14.06 - Mind and Electric Thought Rings of Motion are Closely Connected
Figure 15.06 - Thought Rings of Motion
Figure 18.05 - Two Power States of Mind Force
Mind Force
P.E.A.R. Proposition
Telekinesis
Thought
Thought Force
Thought-reading
Thoughtsphere
Thought
Volition
Will
Will Force


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