Water is... everything. Our bodies are up to 60% water. Over 70% of the world is covered in it. Water is in the air we breathe and is a basis for the very fabric of our lives. But is water a living and breathing and feeling thing? It wasn't until I played the Glass Bead Game (see opening blog posts) that I really started to think about water as more than just a source of hydration.
I started to learn more about vibration and frequencies. The effect of frequencies and vibrations on water is more readily apparent than I ever would have thought. I came across a meme about the time I started to distill my own water that further advanced my appreciation and love for this beautiful resource. Dr. Masaru Emoto is a Japanese scientist who revolutionized the idea that our thoughts and intentions impact the physical realm, and he shows this by the impact on water.
After seeing this I was on a flight with a myriad of movies offered. Disney's Frozen II popped up. Knowing that Disney has often given us hidden meaning in their cartoons, I thought maybe there was something in there to help me understand even more fully. And wow, even Disney is putting it out there that water has memory. I looked more into Emoto's work and there are several videos (you can use the Google to find them) and the differences in the "bad" water and the "good" water was striking. But is it real?
I sent this meme to a close friend who I always looked to as a mentor. Having a background in geology, I figured she would have a thing or two to say about this. To my shock, but not really, she was well aware of Emoto's work. Curious herself a few years ago she performed her own experiment. Taking rice from the same bag she filled two cups. She then added clean well water from a pitcher. So same bag of rice, same pitcher of water. As she filled the one cup of rice she taped a sign with words of anger and hate forcing herself to feel those words as she wrote them, taped them to the glass and filled the glass. She repeated this process with words of love and affirmation. For 11 days she took those two glasses with her everywhere. She would go to the grocery store and put the love in the trunk and sat the hate up front. Driving she played acid rock music and swore at the rice and water showering it with hateful and angry words and energy. On the way home she would switch the glasses for the Love and play opera and classical music and shower the rice and water with love and adoration. She admits she felt ridiculous doing it but,,, And so for 11 days she provided the same environment regarding temperature, light, location but treated the two differently with her words and intentions. This was her result at the end:
It was all she needed to believe. She put them both in a closet and left them alone. A month later, the hate glass was mostly black. Love... clean.
Water hears you. Water feels you. Treat it with respect. Treat it with love. Another dear friend of mine started to distill her water. She told me how much more connected she feels to it and she even started to talk to it thanking it for its life giving energy. Plants that receive water and are talked to have been shown to grow healthier, stronger and bear more fruit and flowers. So think of it... when you are having a bad day, and you make a stupid mistake and you tell yourself you are a fool, not only does your psyche hears it, the water in you hears it as well. Your water and, well YOU become the distorted molecules shown in Emoto's meme. When you say things like "you are stupid! I hate my life" your water hears you and reacts. It is all connected.
So try to treat yourself, others, and your water with love and honor . Your water will hear you and more than 60% of you will appreciate the life affirming love.
**note! I was in my favorite natural store in Naples and found these beautiful blue bottles. I keep all my distilled water stored in glass bottles. When I transfer it from the distiller pitcher to the bottle I tell it how grateful I am. When I pour myself a glass I tell it how beautiful it is. And when I drink, I drink with gratitude for every beautiful drop. This glass bottle gives me Abundance.
Water was my first journey in the Glass Bead Game. A simple question was posed. What is in your drinking water? I’ve scoffed at friends who refused to drink tap water as the US has the safest tap water in the world. Or do we?
Having lived and worked in Guatemala potable water was always a concern. Washing vegetables, especially a salad was at one time in the early days a game of Guatemalan Roulette (as opposed to Russian Roulette). I’m not sure who the equivalent of the Aztec Ruler Montezuma would have been in the Mayan world, but I have met him on more than one occasion. My running (ha! pun not intended!) joke was if you wanna lose some weight, go on the Guatemalan water diet. On one trip I was down to Junior High School weight in about 4 days. Those were the early days. Since some amazing filtration systems have been developed and implemented. The best I personally think is the ceramic containers that use colloidal silver. (The beneficial uses of colloidal silver would be a separate post!).
Each time I returned home from Guate, I would turn on my tap grateful for that clean refreshing water! Right? Weeelllllll,,,, not so fast. The more I started looking into what was in that fresh, clear, “clean” water, I realized the dirty truth. That water running freely from my US tap isn’t so clean. I started to appreciate my friends who had elaborate water filtration systems in their homes. I bought water pitchers that filtered out everything even the fluoride, which is another evil that we willingly ask to be poisoned with and another potential future post. I had the best understanding of the different types of water (tap, rain, filtered, river, etc) after reading the book The Choice is Clear by Dr. Allen E. Banik. Having mentioned on a twitter post about drinking filtered water someone replied with a link to Andrew Norton Weber. After watching his life changing 2+ hour interview, I made my move to distilled water. There are other ideas on that video that would be for another post. To start, stick with distilled.
I put myself and my 14 and a half year old beagle on distilled and what a difference! Within 3 days, he was running like a 6 year old! I was feeling better, but could’ve been because I was drinking more water… who knows.
The best sources I found for Distilled water was in the clear plastic bottles. The milky ones to me tasted funny. Back then (September 2020) you could get distilled water in the clear containers at Aldi’s or Target for as little as $0.53/gallon. I was last told it was as high as $1.24. Word must be getting out! However, I no longer buy it by the gallon, but distill my own. There is something very satisfying about making your own water. I feel more connected and more grateful for each precious drop. And when I saw the bottom of the distiller after cleaning 1 gallon of water, I was horrified at the filth and smell of what was left behind. To think I was drinking that!
Once again, do your own research. If someone warns you about distilled water leaching minerals, tell them to research the difference between organic and inorganic minerals. That should keep them busy.
The distiller I bought (sorry,,, found on Amazon) but I saw this one just come available on one of my other peeps I follow: Orgone Energy
The bottom of my distiller after one gallon... baby poop. Except baby poop smells better. This is Maryland. My distiller in Florida after 1 gallon is black swamp sludge.
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