The Truth of Hado [9]

Masaru Emoto

“The Truth of Hado” —Published by PHP Kenkyuujyo in 1994.
Sold 65,000 prints, a bestseller in that genre at the time.

 

Vision 6, LET’S BE GOOD FRIENDS WITH MICROORGANISMS

According to the “Great World Encyclopedia”, microorganisms are as follows:

“MICROORGANISMS”

A general name for microorganisms that are seen only with microscopes. These include bacteria in the family of prokaryon organisms, actinomyces, cyan bacterium, molds of eukaryote, enzymes, fungi such as mushrooms, unicellular algae, and protozoan.
Microorganisms do not have highly advanced tissue or organs. However, microorganisms have the function of metabolism in their cell structure as in highly advanced species. They also have a high metabolism, where the volume of enzymes absorbed in one hour by one type of bacterium is 100 times as much as the liver tissue of an animal. Therefore, microorganisms reproduce at a very high rate. E-coli, for example, divides once every 20 minutes. (ellipsis)

Some microorganisms live in environments where more advanced species cannot live. Normal microorganisms live in temperatures ranging from 25 degrees centigrade to 30 degrees centigrade, but some microorganisms were found in hot spas, with high temperature as high as 80 degrees centigrade. Also, some microorganisms are known to live in low temperature media such as the Antarctic.

Organisms generally maintain life by breathing oxygen, but some microorganisms are anaerobic hence cannot live in the presence of oxygen. There are some microorganisms that can live in highly acidic or basic environments. Microorganisms exist throughout nature; in the ocean, soil, sewage, and waste water. It is said that there is no place on Earth where microorganisms do not exist.

The largest role of microorganisms in the natural world is in substance circulation, and it is said that 90% of carbon dioxide gas necessary for the plants on this Earth is supplied by microorganisms dissolving animal and plant cadavers. Also, microorganisms which live in soil are essential for agricultural production such as the nitrogen fixing bacteria. Microorganisms living in the intestines of mammals are essential for food digestion. Sake and other alcoholic beverages, miso (fermented soy bean paste), shoyu (soy sauce), and other such brewed foods depend on various microorganisms, as do antibiotics produced from actinomyces, which play an important role in protecting the human race from disease. On the other hand, many animal and plant diseases are caused by microorganisms, and continued research in that field is necessary.
(“Great World Encyclopedia” Heibonsha)

We coexist with microorganisms in our everyday lives sharing on good terms and on bad terms, but a majority of people do not realize this at all. Before I became involved in studying Hado, I had no knowledge about microorganisms. Therefore, I lived my days utterly uninterested in them. However, since getting to know about Hado, I have come to realize what an important role microorganisms play in our lives.
Generally speaking, We imagine bacteria and viruses when we think of microorganisms, with a negative view towards them. But as described above, microorganisms live in all areas of this Earth and play important roles in each.

I feel deeply that all living things on this Earth have their own significance, and all are related to each other, depending on each other. The insects that we despise, like cockroaches, flies and mosquitoes, each has its role. When you observe things around you with that perspective, you have warm feelings toward everything. Such feelings lead us to love the Earth itself.

We depend upon microorganisms for food digestion, and they depend on us for nutrients. Thus, we coexist cooperatively. (Of course, there are many more aspects in which we help each other.)
I said earlier that the reason people become ill is because of negative thinking that triggers an imbalance of elements within our body. But the actual damage done to the cells producing the symptoms comes from attacks by imbalanced and disordered microorganisms.

In other words, microorganisms are like our clones. When our thinking is disrupted for genetic reasons or any other reason, the balance of elements collapses, and the balance of microorganisms break down. Eventually, this means microorganisms equal you. In the case of microorganisms, once the balance is broken down, one type of microorganism becomes the dominant. It becomes full of greed aiming to increase its own power and eat up our cells.

Once our body falls into that state, it is as difficult to calm it down as are the current ethnic conflicts in Europe. The only method to solve it is to normalize the healing power or immunity of that person. The most effective way to do this is the Hado correction technique with Hado water. Because immunity can only be recovered through a balanced peace of mind, immunity is actually a love Hado without any egoism.

I hear that the EM (Effective Microorganisms) technology developed by Dr. Teruo Higa of Ryukyu University, which is gaining much attention lately, shows completely different results and effects according to the person who conducts the operation. I think this proves that microorganisms are our clones. If we think of microorganisms as our clones, the microorganisms will maintain a good balance and bind together tightly to exclude any enemies at the molecular level. Otherwise, the microorganisms will join with the enemies and become hostile.

pianoAs I have written in “Studies of the Human through Hado”, with the concept of the Science of C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C, I am sure that this concept about microorganisms can be understood. All the phenomena in this world fall within the seven notes in the musical scale of C-D-E-F-G-A-B (- C). The rest is just an extension of the original seven. There is only the difference of high or low frequency, the difference of physical size being large or small, but the basic principles of all things are structured with the principle of the common scale, C-D-E-F-G-A-B (-C).

Everything is based on Hado, but the Hado theory does not materialize without Hado-character matters and physical substances, meaning the intangible and the tangible. To conduct energy exchange between beings of differing nature, there must be an intermediary that plays the role of semiconductor.
I believe that microorganisms, which are the smallest living things, take the role of semiconductors within our body. That is why it is important that these microorganisms work well and maintain good balance.

We human beings do not live only by the physical body that we see on the surface.
Researches conducted in the US has shown recently that a human being is constructed in tiers of 42, like 42 octaves in a musical scale. Each tier reacts according to the principle of C-D-E-F-G-A-B (-C), and the microorganisms take their place in the top or 42nd octave, conducting on behalf of their masters work at micro levels that we cannot perform ourselves.

Based on the theory of C-D-E-F-G-A-B (-C), these microorganisms maintain power and do their jobs in line with the consciousness and thoughts of the masters, the human beings. Therefore when our ways of thinking, consciousness, or emotions become imbalanced, the microorganisms will sympathies with that imbalance, and according to our diet or biased and imbalanced exercises, we suffer from malnutrition or obesity.

In everyday life, we should maintain awareness that we have many organisms to support that cooperate within our body. Praying to our internal microorganisms for our health may be far more effective than praying to God or some religious teacher.
If you are suffering from a severe disease, I believe the most effective medicine would be awareness that you are living in cooperation with microorganisms at each moment of your life, while you are eating, drinking Sake, taking exercise and even when sleeping in bed. You should keep them in mind at all times and to try to convey your honest appreciation for their endless contribution.

Let us be grateful to the microorganisms, and live happily together enjoying the symbiosis.(May, 1994)

(To be continued)

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