Guatemala and the Water of Life!
Most people believe that water is just “wet”—it’s water! Not true! There are different qualities to the water we ingest. Some water is contaminated or acidic, even after being purified. Some water is enlivened and carries a different molecular structure. Some water is micro-clustered and easier for the body to assimilate. Some water is “flat” and is slow to hydrate the body. These differences in water are indeed scientific facts. Why so many nuances in our H2O? How come water isn’t just water?
Unlike the air, which can be filtered of suspended toxins, water actually carries a “memory” of its interactions with toxins, emotions and environments. Water carries impressions both positive and negative. Even emotional energies, such as anger and love, register a lasting impression on water. As the world is diving greater into drought it is a powerful paradox that here in Guatemala we are able to connect with our water.
In 2005 when Masaru Emoto published The Hidden Messages in Water, his book offered the potential to profoundly transform your world view. Using high-speed photography, Dr. Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts were directed toward them. He found that water from clear springs and water that had been exposed to loving words showed brilliant, complex and colorful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative thoughts, formed incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. The implications of this research created a new awareness of how we can positively impact the Earth and our personal health.
The stunning photographs captured by Dr. Emoto demonstrate visually the power that love, gratitude and spiritual blessings have on water. (Notice in the photograph the difference in the molecules based upon the energy given to the water.)
He recently shared:
“Since the water reflects the composite energy of what is being sent to it, the crystalline structure reflects the composite vibrations of the group. In one of our experiments, we had some water on a table, and 17 participants all stood in a circle around a table holding hands. Then each of the participants spoke a beautiful word of their choice to the water. Words like unity, love and friendship. We took before-and-after shots (of the water) and were able to obtain some beautiful crystalline structures as a result of this.”
Intuitively, it just makes sense that water clusters that result from positive energy will have a health-giving effect on the human body while water with toxic impressions will stress the body. Here in Guatemala, while we may have water as an asset, it is what the water experiences that actually determines the vitality we ingest into our body.
Universally needed for all life on this planet, water is vital to your health and well-being. And now that you know that water retains impressions, it is important that we seek to enhance and enliven the water that we drink. At our off-grid retreat center at Lake Atitlán, we have done what many say was impossible. We have created healthy, happy and extremely clean water! We have done so without using any precious resources and zero electricity. We are able to duplicate this process and share it with all who like to learn more.
Dr. Emoto demonstrated that ordinary tap water will lose its memory quickly. He suggests that each glass of water we drink be blessed—like praying before a meal. As we hold in our consciousness the energy of gratitude and love we emanate an energy that will be reflected in the water’s molecular structure. Perhaps the tradition of praying before a meal is based upon the wisdom that the water held in our foods will shift into a life-enhancing force.
Clean water is a gift. Gratitude is a healing energy. For now, we suggest that you take a moment off the grid before gulping down that next glass of water and simply hold a sense of appreciation for the life-restorative property that water represents. Water is essential and our sincere gratitude helps us stay in a healthy relationship with the gift of life. And while you are here in Guatemala, offer thanks to a precious resource that is asking for our help worldwide.