I’m excitedly rewatching a Russian documentary called Water: The Great Mystery on the recommendation of the renowned consciousness pioneer Ralph Metzner, who called it on his blog “amazing and beautiful…perhaps the coolest documentary I have ever seen.” (Metzner is best known as the research colleague of Timothy Leary and Richard Alpert–later called Ram Dass–in the ’60s Harvard Psilocybin Project.)
The documentary was released in the United States by Intention Media, a distribution company cofounded by Betsy Chasse of What the Bleep Do We Know? fame. To read more about the film, including interviews with two of the featured scientists, Dr. Masaru Emoto and Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, click here.
Water © 2008 by Intention Media. Written by Mikhail Vaiger and Marina Dainovetz, with the collaboration of Andrey Medvedev and Vsevolod Lisovsky; directed by Anastasiya Popova; director of photography Oleg Kirichenko; produced by Saida Medvedeva and Sergey Shumakov.