Water is the most life-giving substance on Earth, containing Oxygen and Hydrogen in a scientifically unlikely combination. In essence, 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom are not supposed to combine.
H20 is a unique substance for sure.
Water is at once a mystical blend of molecules and a healing tonic that is the most important substance on our Earth. Air of course is not excluded in importance because water contains air. Water is the power of life. In the Elemental kingdoms it is the power of LOVE. In our Earth It is the power of Love also.
Mystical water can be a solid, liquid or Essence. It can be invisible in air as humidity. Water can clean, heal, nourish and refresh. Water is food for all living things. The water cycle is the force that moves, sustains, supports and gives life to the Earth herself.
For you, dear heart, please consider the importance of drinking PURE water that is free of contaminants.
Better yet, you can easily make your own charged water by simply blessing it with the thought of love and thanks, as water is highly receptive to thoughts, symbols, words and pictures as discovered by a Japanese researcher, Dr. Masaru Emoto author of The Hidden Messages in Water.
When water is frozen, the crystals reveal the concentrated thoughts directed toward them. The photos above are of cards from the Water Crystal Oracle Card deck, by Masaru Emoto, Copyright 2004. Each crystal is very unique. It is Water frozen and photographed after being given words, thoughts or pictures projected to it. Very amazing. A new world of discovery of how we affect water. It has memory and has the ability to affect the other water it touches, hence the tonic effect of drinking love and gratitude water.
Growing up by the Ocean gave me the experience of the memory water contains. I loved surfing and instinctively entered the ocean where it felt right . I would walk up and down the beach watching and waiting until the water felt just right. I have always been very sensitive and observant and wanted to immerse myself in clean, refreshing, healing salt water. The Ocean in San Clemente of the 50s and 60s was that, and can be that way again with our help.
Next week… Walking.
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WoW! Perfect ! Looking forward to walking
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Beautifully stated, Nina. I love your reverence toward nature’s elemental provisions. And what a wonderful practice: to bless our drinking water with love and gratitude. Thank you.