Michiko Hayashi, is the Director of the Emoto Peace Project, representing the late Dr. Masaru Emoto who passed away October, 2014 and an expert in Hado vibrational therapy. She has been working with the Emoto Peace Project for the past 12 years. Michiko speaks fluent English and Spanish and is an accomplished author and presenter. She has published over 10 books on “How to Study English to Pass the Test Successfully” and she translated books from English to Japanese. Michiko graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon with a foreign language major in Spanish, French and Italian. She is no stranger to the Pacific Northwest! She worked at a language school in Tokyo for 8 years where she supervised the operation of four schools.
Michiko is a frequent guest on Out of This World and has been a co-presenter at the highly successful Galactic Wisdom Conference.Emoto Peace Project:
(last 30 minutes)
September 28, 2018
Michiko discusses how water can be programmed with the correct vibration or Hado, to help with nearly any spiritual or physical condition. She will also be promoting the upcoming fantastic “Conference on the Physics, Chemistry and Biology of Water” in Sofia, Bulgaria on October 18, 19, 20, and 21, 2018 – see: https://www.waterconf.org/
June 29, 2018
Michiko is joined by Vernon Masayesava and Ernest Taho (Elders of the Hopi Indian Tribe in Arizona) and Martha Childress of the Natural Choice Network in Seattle to discuss the importance of clean water and efforts to provide clean water to the Hopi Tribe.
April 20, 2017
(last 30 minutes)
March 23, 2018
February 16, 2018
Michiko and Ted discuss Hado machines and how they work. Hado machines were successfully used by Dr. Masaru Emoto to treat 10,000 people before he passed away in 2014. Hado machines will be demontrated by Seiichrio Yoshinushi (a famous Hado instructor) with Michiko doing the translations at the Galactic Wisdom Conference in Olympia, Washington on March 12 and 13, 2018. For more information, please visit:www.galacticwisdomconference.
February 9, 2018 (last 30 minutes)
February 2, 2018 (in Spanish)
Messages from water in Spanish from Lake Titikaka, Peru (one of the world’s most spiritual places.)
For the benefit of my listeners in Mexico, and in Central and South America, and in Spain, her presentation will be in Spanish.
Directora Global y Embajadora del “EMOTO PEACE PROJECT (Proyecto por la Paz de Emoto)”
En el año 2011, él registró el EMOTO PEACE PROJECT (Proyecto por la Paz de Emoto) como una organización sin fines de lucro para hacer de la tierra un lugar pacífico basado en “Amor y Gratitud” educando a la gente, especialmente niños, la verdad del agua a travez de la distribución de 650 millones de libros de EL MENSAJE DE AGUA, a todos los niños de todo el mundo. Ella sucedió al EMOTO PEACE PROJECT del Dr. Emoto cuando falleció en octubre de 2014 y continúa trabajando por la paz en la tierra con el libro de “El Mensaje del Agua”, como la Embajadora del Proyecto.
May 5, 2017
With Jerry Bedlington
March 17, 2017
February 10, 2017
First 30 minutes
November 25, 2016
Ted shares messages from John F. Kennedy and then speaks with Michiko (10:10)
October 28, 2016, an hour shared with James McMath
July 22, 2016
In addition to Michiko, Sandy Fox from Los Angeles joined the program to help celebrate and commemorate Gratitude Day, inspired by the late Dr. Masaru Emoto’s birthday, July 22nd. Sandy is a certified Hado Instructor who also works hard to spread the message of love and gratitude. Her websites are:
Love and Gratitude Day website: http://loveandgratitudeday.com/
Emoto Life story tribute: http://loveandgratitudeday.com/index.php/emoto-life-story/
HADO Kids videos: https://www.youtube.com/
May 6, 2016
Hour shared with Dr. Meer Janjua
July 24, 2015
Ted talks to Michiko and Kristin Hoffman
March 20, 2015
Please enjoy this two-hour special show with Ted, Michiko and Aléxia Cambria Soares from Peru
February 20, 2015
(First 30 minutes, Ted talks with Dr. Lorraine Hurley)
December 12, 2014
Second 30 minutes: The important work of the Emoto Peace Project with Michiko Hayashi, Worldwide Director of the Emoto Peace Project and Lindsay Hemp, North American Director