Of all the relationships we are in, perhaps the most significant and yet the most misunderstood, forgotten and denied is our relationship with water.
The scientific observation of the world has created a belief system that water is an inorganic compound in which chemical processes occur.
This distancing from the true purpose of water has given modern civilization the perceived right to manage water in contradictory and irreverently exploitive ways.
We have seen it as acceptable to control water flow, divert water from its course, add pollutants to it and disregard the essence of water’s life-enhancing capacities.
It is time for us to make the paradigm shift in that belief to our inner knowing of our mystical connection with water – the common denominator of all life.
The consciousness of water is responsible for the most delicate metabolic processes in our bodies while simultaneously creating an environment for life to evolve – human, animal, botanical and microbial.
“WE ARE WHAT WE THINK. ALL THAT WE ARE ARISES WITH OUR THOUGHTS. WITH OUR THOUGHTS, WE MAKE OUR WORLD”.
These are the words of the Buddha spoken over 2,500 years ago. What this statement declares is the idea that our consciousness creates our reality.
Take some time to think about this, because the implications are staggering. This understanding concerning the nature of consciousness fully empowers us to essentially be able to accomplish anything and everything. Our very health and well-being are largely in our hands when we realize this tremendous power is at our disposal during every moment of our existence.
How Our Thoughts Affect Water
Water is the most common and arguably most mysterious substance on planet Earth. This substance is so incredible that we as humans through directed thoughts, can literally change the composition of water molecules themselves.
No, that was not a typo. To explain such a bold statement, consider the following:
A recent interview was conducted by STAT News reporter Helen Branswell with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. from The World Mercury Project, an organization whose mission is to raise public awareness of the dangers and sources of mercury, with the ultimate goal of banning all uses of mercury on a global level. They believe the public desperately needs accurate information about the sources and dangers of mercury, as this will allow them to better protect themselves and their families from the potentially devastating effects of this potent neurotoxin.
Why do so many people equate relaxation and pleasure with walking barefoot along the beach as the waves roll in? How come my son River’s first instinct is to take his shoes off when he sees a field of green grass?
Is it kooky human behaviour that is simply hard-wired into our genetic makeup, or is there something more to this urge to remove footwear?