Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Water, The Great Mystery



I think out of all of the books, movies, and Internet searches, this film has affected me more than any other. It is not flashy, but its message is life changing.

Water, something we all take for granted could actually be the connector of all life. In this film scientists from many countries give information on the unique qualities of water. We all know we need it to live, but did you know that water has memory? That everything it comes in contact actually leaves a magnetic imprint? That every drop of water that the earth started with is still here?

The understanding that our thoughts are so incredibly powerful, that they may very well be transported through the water (from our brains) to the water around us and then into the Universe is beyond astonishing. Our thoughts change the molecular structure of water! In fact the molecular structure of water is most distorted in ares of high negativity and foul language. Can you imagine what it must be doing to our own water-based anatomy? It ties together everything I have learned on the power of intention and human consciousness, and put it in a practical understanding.

Water may very well be the key to the Universe. The more I learn, the more I realize it is the most mundane in our world that is the most powerful and astonishing. Simplicity is extraordinary.

I would highly recommend this film to anyone involved in healing. And not another day will go by that I don't bless my food, water, and give thanks for all that I have in my life.

Love and Gratitude - it's what it's all about.

8 comments:

  1. You KNOW whay i think Nancy!lol i love this post!

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  2. the word is *What... sheeshh

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  3. leilani - You have it right - being in that beautiful ocean is so good - for you, the water, the creatures. Your attitude affects the water as much as it affects you.

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  4. The name of the movie is "Water, the Great Mystery?" Sounds really interesting! Did you watch it online?

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  5. I purchased all of the ones on the sidebar - you're welcome to borrow.

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  6. Just love the new look on the blog!
    - Trish

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  7. I gave copies of Emoto's first book to several close friends because it was too delightful not to share. My relationship with water certainly deepened significantly.

    I should mention that I love that picture of your grandson. I'm glad you've posted it again.

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