Group to serenade the sea

PORT TOWNSEND — Does human consciousness alter water?

Yes, right down to the molecular level, according to Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto.

Emoto observed changes in water molecules such as those produced by exposure to chemical imbalances like acid rain; geological changes, such as earthquakes; nuclear radiation; variations in sound ranges, such as in explosions, music and words; and more subtle qualities of energy, such as emotions like anger, laughter, appreciation and hatred.

In light of these findings, a group of water enthusiasts will meet every third Monday to “serenade the sea” and learn about “our human inseparable relationship to water.”

On Monday, they will gather at the boat ramp of the Northwest Maritime Center, 431 Water St., from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Activities will include:

• Science (readings of Emoto’s books).

• Meditation (meditate on one of the photos from the readings).

• Music (sing to the water.)

• Poetry (read or write poems about the sea or water).

• Art (paint/photograph/share images of the sea or water).

• Conversation (Discuss the impact of water).

• Dance (play music for the water, and dance for the water).

• Mandala creation (fill up a mandala with the noun “water” in different colors).

• Storytelling (cooperative story, where each creates a sentence or two of the water-story).

• Clay Sculpture (picture one source of water, such as a cloud, a well, a hose or a sea, and sculpt it).

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