Imagine if you had the power to transform the chemical makeup of water merely though the kinds of emotional energies, thoughts, or affirmations you sent its way? One of my favorite movement teachers in grad school talked to us about Masaru Emoto’s water experiments. Emoto believed water exposed to positive words and beautiful music would form more visually appealing crystals when frozen.
After further research, I will admit that Emoto’s findings have been deemed inconclusive by the scientific community. There were too many variables in his experiments. Nevertheless, if there were even the tiniest slimmer of truth in Emoto’s theory, would that inspire you to change the way you speak to yourself, the way you treat others? 💙
#Bermuda saw intense winds on Wednesday night as the eye of #HurricaneHumberto moved just northwest of the tiny island in the western Atlantic Ocean. Despite the fact that #Humberto never made a direct landfall, the major hurricane’s large and intense wind field exposed #Bermuda to a period of damaging winds. Dangerous conditions will likely continue through Thursday morning as the storm pulls away.
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Turtle wins today but this crab sure made him work to survive! As a nature photographer I try my hardest to create images while not interfering with Mother Nature. Times like these are hard to witness but important for me to share as the road from the nest to the water is not a smooth one. *I have spent 10 years trying to help and educate the world about sea turtles. If that crab would of tried to pull him into the hole, you bet I would of discouraged it.
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On the trek but soaked wet. Hornstrandir the incredible green wilderness of Iceland. Arriving there after a terrible and wavy three hour boat ride, it felt like we were part of something special. Probably it was just the incredible calm and wilderness I‘ve never felt deeper before. The tree trunks you see on these pictures are originally from Siberia and floated around 4 years in the Arctic sea until they were awashed on the shores of Hornstrandir. I can‘t wait to return back there one day.