Simply put, Emoto would expose glasses of water to different words, pictures or music, and then freeze the glasses. He would then proceed to examine the aesthetic properties of the resulting frozen crystals using microscopic photography.
His findings were that water exposed to positive speech and thoughts would result in beautiful crystal formations while water exposed to negative words became mangled and ugly once frozen.
And while Emoto’s work was heavily criticized for not having sufficient experimental controls, you know that positive words lift, while negative words used on you, put down.
65 percent of your body’s composition is water. Speak positively.