Monday, March 7, 2011

Wonderous Water



I have always been fascinated with water. I feel most comfortable next to large bodies of the stuff. I guess that's why I love Lake Tahoe and Hawaii, two beautiful places to enjoy water. The earth is a gigantic container of water and it is no coincidence that the Bible mentions water in Genesis 1:2.

According to the film Water, The Great Mystery, it is the most common substance on earth and is with us every moment of our lives. We are literally bags of water, between 70-90%, depending on our age. Our brains are 85%, and we drink 2.5 liters each day, absorbing another 1.5 liters through our skin when we bathe or shower.

We are the only planet in the universe with water like ours, and every drop remains since the beginning of time. Every one of water's properties are unique. It is the only substance that expands when cooled, acting completely opposite from all other substances that actually contract when cooled. It can be a solid, liquid or gas, and is the most powerful solvent on earth. It can rise through trees despite thousands of pounds of pressure. It is believed that the water structure of each person's body is like the water where they are born, and no where in the world is it the same. Every seed and embryo begins in water, and it creates the structure of DNA and proteins, working like a universal computer. Structured water also has the ability to change the structure of human blood.

Water has memory. Everything that comes in contact with water leaves a magnetic imprint. It remembers everything, yet has the ability to shake off these memories through the cycle of evaporation. A picture of water when it is told you make me sick, I will kill you, looks dead. In the middle part of the century a group of scientists were in a lab discussing the design of a biological weapon of mass destruction, when all of them had to go to the hospital for food poisoning. The only thing they had consumed were glasses of water.

Water shows the most degradation around human emotions such as negativity, anger and foul language. One has to wonder what these human emotions are doing to our own bags of water...

Yet water shows very different patterns with beautiful words, love, prayer, and beautiful music. The most common substance on earth is also the most extraordinary. A conductor of life itself.  And what words have the greatest impact on water?

It is actually two words: Love and Gratitude.

20 comments:

Grandmother said...

Fascinating. What does that mean that the water in our body is like the water where we were born? In what way? Our words and emotions are important.

Nancy said...

Grandmother - In the movie it says that the structure of the water in our blood is the same as the structure of the water where we are born. It has to do with magnetic imprints. Crazy, I know! This film was very interesting. I would highly recommend it.

ellen abbott said...

wow. wonders really never do cease.

Nancy said...

ellen - The most mundane is the most extraordinary.

JC said...

Very interesting ...

Brian Miller said...

that is really cool. i never knew about the emotional changes to water....

Whitney Lee said...

This post comes at an interesting time-we are having an issue with our water. It is dirty looking at the moment, much like you'd expect from well water after a big storm (except it's city water). Perhaps I should practice a bit of love and gratitude...

Is this film available on Netflix? It sounds really interesting. My husband and I are both big fans of the water. While spending time on the water is lots of fun, we also agree that it's almost a spiritual experience at times.

Thank you for the comment. I try to always appreciate my children (which is often difficult when I'm with them 24/7).

Bruce Coltin said...

There is a message here about what we risk in buying the notion that we are all-powerful, and that all resources are meant to serve our pleasure. And, it is a sobering message. You are a wonderful messenger.

DJan said...

Yes, Nancy, this is a wonderful story about the essence of our being, water. A humorous quote I remember from my past is that humans were invented by water to transport itself from place to place. :-)

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ds said...

Amazing-water can actually change the structure of human blood? The emotional connection boggles my sodden brain also. Truly fascinating post, Nancy. Thanks so much for sharing!

Nancy said...

Whitney - I don't know if the film is available on Netflix, I ordered it through Voice Entertainment. I've been trying to build a video library and came across this one when ordering another film. Water is a big issue that we don't think about as much as we should, I guess.

Bruce - Thank you, and you are absolutely right. Water is something that deserves much more respect than we give it, I'm afraid.

DJan - I love that saying!!

ds- Supposedly "structured" water changes red blood cells. There is a doctor here in Nevada that is working on this theory. She showed slides that would appear to have structured water change the structure of red blood cells, when mixed with a drop of blood. Structured water is pure water, as close to natural as you can get. Not bottled, or distilled - natural, like in a high mountain stream.

Pranavam Ravikumar a.k.a. Kochuravi said...

Interesting post.!

Gaston Studio said...

I'll second the "fascinating" even though I've actually seen this before as I'm always fascinated with the "makings" of things around us... and in us.

maggie's garden said...

Pretty amazing! Thanks for the information about water and the film...hoping I can get it through Netflix. funny just before I signed on...I drank a tall glass of water.
Thanks Nancy.

Joanna said...

Fascinating. And what an incredible photo too!

Bernie said...

I love water too. I love the look of water in a lake or ocean or river, I love the feel of water on my skin especially when in a lake, I love the taste of water--just plain. ( My son when working outside says the water right out of the hose tastes the best) I love the sound of water pouring, or lapping against the boat or shore. And I did not know it had all these other properties.

Jen said...

Wow. This is so cool. I honestly don't think I ever thought of water as being that interesting- and I thought it was pretty interesting before!

Franz said...

Yeah.... its fascinating good science fiction post!

I dont want to offend anybody but are you seriously believe all of this?

You are free to believe in whatever you want but, don't think that your ideas are right!

Anybody hear about double blind test?
Scientific method?
physic?

I am sure that autor's post will delete this comment...

please do not believe every your read or look in a film.

greetings

Nancy said...

Franz - You have the right to believe whatever you want to believe. But shouldn't you watch the video before deciding it is bs? (My education is a Bachelor of Science, by the way - I understand double-blind, etc.) This post is just food for thought, nothing more.