“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein
I choose that every thing in Life is a miracle, especially Water.
I grew up near the ocean and loved being in it, surfing, swimming and floating. I had the opportunity to be in the Water often, and even as a child it was fun to notice the infinite variety of the surf, waves, tides and ever changing colors of the Water. The surf would change dramatically every 15-30 minutes. For me, it was never ending joy and fun.
If I ever got a cut or a bruise or just didn’t feel good, my mom would say, “Just go jump in the ocean, and you will be fine.” She was right. The ocean was much cleaner in the 1950s and 1960s, and my healing was speedy.
As I have spoken of in earlier blogs there are still hundreds of ancient sacred wells and natural springs where people enjoy healing Waters. One is in Bath, England. This one has a magical history dating to the 9th Century, B.C. Richard Beaumont writes about “the Dreaming Pool of Bath,” in an article in “The Healing Power of Water,” by Masaru Emoto. He has personal mystical experiences at the site and reports of its magic and mystery. One of his conclusions is regarding the mystery of Water.
Richard Beaumont states: “In our current study of Water, especially with Dr. Emoto’s discovery of the effect of thought and prayer upon Water crystals, there are two paradigms at work, and they don’t necessarily mix. On the one hand, there’s science, with its reliance on neutral objective evidence and logical conclusions. But there’s also the mystical experience of those in touch with natural forces, which defies logic definitions, as it’s interpretations are both universally applicable and yet subjectively personal…
“If it can indeed become altered by the consciousness directed at it, isn’t it also possible that it could contain and project a more evolved consciousness?”
I believe Water can and does project higher consciousness to us: Love.
If you like, try sitting near a creek, river, lake, pond or the ocean and listen to what it has to tell you. You may be surprised at the inspiration you receive– also the Love. Water is teaching us all of the time about change and movement, transformation.
I saw a very tender movie this Holiday Season, 2019, “The Knight Before Christmas”—Medieval Magic sends a 14th Century Knight to modern-day Ohio. A statement that was repeated a couple of times in the movie, “just because you can’t explain something logically doesn’t mean it can’t happen,” made me think of The Magic, Miracles and Mystery of Water.
Water can be a facilitator of love, inspiration, healing and clarity.
I’m very grateful that so many worldwide are praying for clean Water for All. It’s easy if you would like to join– hold a vision of Global respect for our Waters with Gratitude and Love.