Message from Project

Message on Jun 30, 2005

Dear Friends:

On behalf of Dr. Masaru Emoto, President of "Project of Love and Thanks to Water", I am sending this e-mail as a Secretary-General.

There is only less than a month left before July 25, the date which our Project has determined to be "The Day to Send Love and Thanks to Water". We are very much grateful to those of you who kindly participated in The Ceremony to Send Love and Thanks to Water 2 years ago and last year. Thank you very much.

Now, regarding this year's ceremony, July 25 falls on Monday this year. So, we have decided to hold it on Sunday, July 24 by shifting it one day earlier.

As for the venue and content of the ceremony, we have decided to follow the last year's format. We will have both a lecture by Dr. Masaru Emoto and a "Ceremony to Send Love and Thanks to Water" in Liechtenstein, a small country in Europe, where the Hado Life Europe is located.

Dr. Masaru Emoto's seminar
Date Sunday, July 24, 2005
Time 14:00-17:00
Place

Public Hall in Eschen, Liechtenstein

Admission Fee Adult 20 Euro (30 Swiss franc), Children 10 Euro (15 Swiss franc)
Buy Ticket at Bregenz Tourism Center or the Post Office in Vaduz, Schaan, Eschen or Balzers.
Or buy ticket online: http://www.bregenzticket.at

Ceremony to Send Love and Thanks to the World's Water
Date Sunday, July 24, 2005
Time 19:00 -
Place Bongert Place, Gamprin-Bendern, Liechtenstein
Admission Fee Free

After you have enjoyed Dr. Masaru Emoto’s seminar from 14:00 - 17:00, we will move to the Bongert Place, and hold the Ceremony of Love and Thanks to Water there. The seminar requires admission fee, but the ceremony is for free.

For the ceremony, we would like to ask everyone to send water from all over the world to the Hado Life Institute in Liechtenstein.

And based on Dr. Masaru Emoto's idea, we have determined that the theme of this year is "Holy Water". Your cooperation is highly appreciated.

Using a clean PET bottle (What is PET?), please get 200 ml to 500 ml of "Holy Water". Then, tightly close the lid of the bottle and wrap it around aluminum foil about three times. After that, send the water via air mail to the following address (by July 23th). If you are taking part in the ceremony, you can bring the water with you.

Hado Life Europe
attn: July 24 Project
Essanestrasse 164, 9492 Eschen, Liechtenstein
Tel: +(423) 3730220 (Office), +(423) 3730221 (Lab)
Fax: +(423) 3730222
E-Mail:
Homepage: http://www.hado-life-europe.com

On the day of the ceremony, we will put together all the the "Holy Water" that you kindly sent to us from all over the world. Then with all our hearts, we will send the Hado of Love and Thanks to the water. After that, we will put the water into the Rhine River, and pray that all the water existing in Europe and on the whole earth will be filled with Hado of Love and Thanks.

Rhine River is a large river that originates from the Alps in Switzerland, runs through Liechtenstein, flowing along the borders of Austria, Germany and France, cuts across Germany and the Netherlands and then end up in the Northern Sea.


To enlarge this map, click it.

The Hado of Love and Thanks that we send from Liechtenstein to Rhine River will go on and reach the different countries in Europe, and through the Northern Sea and the vast oceans, finally cover the whole planet.

Please access the following page for the report of the last year's ceremony.
http://www.thank-water.net/english/index-july25-2004.html (English)
http://www.thank-water.net/japanese/index-july25-2004.html (Japanese)

Of course, you do not necessarily show up at the seminar/ceremony in Liechtenstein on July 24. Wherever you are on July 24, if you could send your Love and Thanks to all the water on this planet, we appreciate it very much.

In addition, if you are planning to hold your own Ceremony to Send Love and Thanks to Water on July 25, please let us know your schedule, no matter whether the scale is big or not.

We would like to make an annoucement about your ceremony.

Dr. Masaru Emoto, President of this Project, was invited by Ida Urso, Co-facilitator of UN Sub-committee "Spiritual Dimensions of Science and Consciousness", and he gave one of the keynote speeches on May 26 at Conference Room 1 at the UN.

UN Program
Date
3:00-6:00 PM, Thursday, May 26, 2005
Venue
Conference Room 1 at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York City.
Theme
How Can the Spiritual Dimensions of Science and Consciousness Help the United Nations and Humanity Achieve Better Standards of Life in Larger Freedom?
Program
Keynote Talk 1
"How Can the Spiritual Dimensions of Science and Consciousness Help the UN and Humanity Achieve The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?"
Dr. Masaru Emoto, Research Scientist/Author, The Hidden Messages in Water
http://www.hado.net/
Keynote Talk 2
"What Part Does the Evolution of Consciousness Play in Helping the UN Achieve Its Objective of Promoting Better Standards of Life in Larger Freedom for all the World's People?"
Anwarul K. Chowdhury ,UN Under-Secretary-General and High Representative
http://www.un.org/special-rep/ohrlls/ohrlls/highrep.htm
Music
Audience Participation
Small Group Discussions
Sponsor
The Spiritual Dimensions of Science and Consciousness Sub-committee of the CONGO Committee on Spirituality, Values and Global Concerns and the United Religions Initiative at the UN
Organizer
Ida Urso
Co-facilitator, UN Subcommittee on Spiritual Dimensions of Science and Consciousness
President/Founder, Aquarian Age Community
Homepage
http://www.aquaac.org/seminar/

You can read a report for this UN program in the diary of Dr. Masaru Emoto on the Internet. Please access the following page.
http://www.masaru-emoto.net/japanese/jdiary200505.html#un (Japanese)
http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/ediary200505.html#0526 (English)

We thank all of you who have supported to this Program.

To minimize SPAM e-mails, I have decided to use another e-mail address from now on.

Please use the following address to make a contact with this Project.

We are sorry for the inconvenience, yet we have been getting tons of SPAMs recently. It is inevitable for us to do so. We appreciate your understanding.

We deeply appreciate your participation, cooperation and support.

Water, We Love You.
Water, We Thank You.
Water, We Respect You.

Yasuyuki Nemoto
Secretary-General, Project of Love and Thanks to Water

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