Just as the full moon rose to its highest point in the sky, at around 7:30 p.m., participants turned their hearts – and minds – to the ocean, in an attempt to complete what Japanese philosopher Masaru Emoto believes is the circle of synergy held deep within the water.
Organizer Daniele Krautzel said the idea came from a project Emoto headed up in Japan.
"Dr. Emoto . . . claims to have successfully cleansed the water of Lake Biwa, the largest (freshwater) lake in Japan," she said. "We thought it certainly won't hurt to gather . . . and try it ourselves."
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