Guest Author - Linda Heywood
The amount of Water that exists on the planet Earth has not changed since the time of its creation. Water is stored in the vast oceans that cover seventy per cent of the planetís surface, in rivers that run through the land, in wells and caverns underground and in the clouds in the sky.
Water is found in liquid, gas and solid form. It is found on Earth as snowflakes, hail stones, dew, icicles and icebergs, mist, fog and frost, steam and droplets of Water that fall as rain or sleet. It pours out of rocks to form rivers, lakes and lochs and tumbles down from mountains as Waterfalls causing rainbows to appear. It fills the oceans and seas that divide the land and is home to a multitude of creations.
Water is a collective organism. Water is the most receptive of all the Earthís elements. All of the Water on the planet is made from the same substance. Two hydrogen atoms bonded with one oxygen atom making one molecule of Water known as H2O.
Have you ever stopped to consider the Water that you use every day? Did you know that just like you Water has a memory? Water is one of the oldest living systems on the planet. It has been used and recycled by human beings, animals and plants since their time of existence. There is nothing that Water has not witnessed here on Earth.
The Aero Space Institute in Stuttgart has made the structure of a drop of Water visible. The researchers found that each Water droplet has a countenance of its own and is totally unique. To find out if the structure of Water changed when something was added to it, they placed a real flower into a beaker of Water. The Water structure changed to show the typical image structure of the flower when placed in Water and was reproduced in every droplet of Water in the beaker. Each flower or object placed into Water leaves behind its own unique image structure.
Dr Masaru Emoto is a Japanese researcher who published his work in a book titled Messages from Water. In one of his experiments he took three beakers of Water and put a handful of rice in to each. He then spoke lovingly and peacefully to the first beaker. To the second beaker he used hateful and spiteful words. He totally ignored the third beaker. After a week the rice in the first beaker swelled up and was puffy and white. The rice in the second beaker turned black. The third beaker of rice went mouldy and rotten. Water responds to emotion.
Dr Emoto claims that if Water is subjected to prayer, music or affirmative written words placed on a container, there will be a positive change to the Water structure. Human emotions can change the structure of Water molecules as seen in these videos:
Human Emotions Alter Water Molecules!
Interview with Dr. Masaru Emoto about the magic of Water
At the end of the video is a caption that reads:
If thoughts can do that to Water, imagine what our thoughts can do to us.
We need Water to live. Just think about how many negative emotions Water has been exposed to during its lifetime on Earth. Such as the negative emotions of war, toxic pollution, manís destruction of the planet and everything that lives upon it and the self-destruction of the human race.
These man-made, negative elements of life on Earth affect the Water that we use every day, imagine what it is doing to our bodies. As much as ninety per cent of the human body is made up of this precious liquid and all Water, all H2O is one organic formation. Water is alive but because of our destructive nature we are destroying this vital life source.
Water is an organism, in the same way that the human being is an organism, living on the planet Earth. We should respect it in the same way that we should respect everything that co exists with us on the place we call home.
Be thankful and grateful for the Water that gives life. Thank the Water you cook with and drink and bathe in. Think positive thoughts to keep the structure of the Water within the body in a pure and peaceful state. The more toxic the planet becomes then the more positive our thoughts should be.
Everything on Earth has its purpose.
Between Earth and its atmosphere, the amount of Water remains constant; there is never a drop more, never a drop less. This is a story of circular infinity, of a planet birthing itself. ~ Linda Hogan
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