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How Water Can Improve Your Life.

Updated on July 12, 2011

It may appear that water is everywhere, and that is correct. However we as humans tend to take that for granted. We use water as if it will always be there. It is time we started to care for our drinking water with conservation and a reduction in pollution.

Water is the most vital ingredient for life without it everything on this planet would parish including us. It helps plants grow, to provide food for us to eat, oxygen for us to breathe. It provides a home to aquatic life large and small, which we also eat. Water is the only element that can exist in all three states: liquid, gas, and solid. Recently scientists have discovered water has memory, can be altered with exposure to information, and may be capable to communicate over great distances instantly. Appreciation of water is vital to our wellbeing and survival as a race in this universe.

In an age when man has forgotten his origins and is blind even to his most essential needs for survival, water along with other resources has become the victim of his indifference” - Rachel Carson quotes

Water is the path to wellness. We have been told for healthy living to drink six-eight 8 ounce glasses of water a day. This keeps our bodies well hydrated, may decrease the risk of colon cancer, bladder cancer and it can potentially even reduce the risk of breast cancer. Many parts of our body are 75% or more water and depend on that level to function properly. In fact, all the cells and organs depend on water for their functioning.

  • Water serves as a lubricant
  • Water forms the base for saliva
  • Water forms the fluids that surround the joints.
  • Water regulates the body temperature, as the cooling and heating is distributed through perspiration.
  • Water helps to alleviate constipation by moving food through the intestinal tract and thereby eliminating waste- the best detox agent.
  • Regulates metabolism

When provided a choice of soda or clean cold water we often choose the soda. I have a secret, soda is water too, water with added chemicals and preservatives. These additive are the can reduce the effectiveness of water on our health. Despite the knowledge that water is necessary to sustain life we as humans have continued to subject it to some terrible things like pollution. We put water to work in a many different ways agriculture, factories and hydropower.

"Water is the driving force of all nature." - Leonardo da Vinci

David Sereda writes: In February of 2008, I decided to cooperatively test a hypothesis, with Saida Medvedeva, Producer of the film Water  The Great Mystery. The theory was to expose the actual sound of the sun recorded by NASA on water.
David Sereda writes: In February of 2008, I decided to cooperatively test a hypothesis, with Saida Medvedeva, Producer of the film Water The Great Mystery. The theory was to expose the actual sound of the sun recorded by NASA on water.

If water as memory as stated in Water- The Great Mystery (2008) then we as humans are inflicting some nasty imagery on it with these industrial processes. Imagine for a moment that you are a water molecule traveling from the treatment plant to a home where you are forced through a dark metal pipe where you are used to rinse the filth off a dirty human. Continuing on this pleasant journey you are again in a dark tunnel this one lined with scum and mold returning to the treatment plant. Once there you will be exposed to chemical to kill bacteria that you picked up and then filtered before you begin your travel again maybe to a new home and maybe for a different purpose but always using the same dark, dirty, gloomy path. How would you feel if your life was nasty and repetitive as this? Alright back to the point, the water you drink has that memory and that memory is becoming part of you as you consume it.

The structure of water changes and can be changed. For example holy water has a different structure then regular water, but the only difference is that holy water as been blessed by a priest. This shows that our own intentions and emotions affect the water around us, which is in all foods we eat and in every one we meet. It is possible to structure water with information such as words, sounds, and images. Masaru Emoto has found that subjecting water to information can have a positive or negative effect on its structure. He does this by freezing the water and viewing the ice crystals under a microscope. With this knowledge it is now possible to heal and revitalize by drinking water that has been structured in a positive way to do just that. You can start to do this now, first fill a clear glass bottle with tap water and write love and gratitude on the side in permanent marker. Place this bottle in your fridge and drink from it regularly refilling it every time. Read the words out loud with each drink. With each drink you are now absorbing the love and gratitude of the water and your body’s water will restructure accordingly. So remember, before you drink that water be sure to thank it for all it does for you and the world. Just say Thank You!

I have only covered a small amount of the power of water to learn more watch,

Water- The Great Mystery (2008)

Water- The Great Mystery (2008)

At a time of global climate change, understanding the mysteries of water is critical. Every living thing needs it to survive ... Our ignorance of its function and capacities has lead us to abuse its quality and forget its potential. Witness WATER’s capacity and challenge historical assumptions. Unveil enlightened information and new scientific discoveries that create new possibilities for water’s use in every field of endeavor.

These new discoveries go beyond human reckoning – beyond the solar systems and galaxies to the Source of life itself..

Featuring breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide including Masaru Emoto from "What the Bleep Do We Know" ...

"Just as with the film "What The Bleep Do We Know" , "Water" shows us through science that our thoughts have an effect on our external reality. Imagine the possibilities when people realize their own potential for creativity. Films like this give me hope that there is an emergence of collective intelligence that can solve the problems of the world."

- Deepak Chopra

Witness recent, breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide from Russia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Israel, the USA, Britain, Austria, Japan, Argentina, China and Tibet.


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    • Ben Zoltak profile image

      Ben Zoltak 

      8 years ago from Lake Mills, Jefferson County, Wisconsin USA

      hey blackmarx ben great article. One of my best friends is a hydro-geologist, of course when I met him he was just another Freshman at UW-Stevens Point. But we've had a few interesting conversations on the subject, including the Ogalala aquifer. I especially enjoyed your journey of water through our pipes and to the treatment plant, that was a ride!

    • Dolores Monet profile image

      Dolores Monet 

      8 years ago from East Coast, United States

      blackmarx - without water we are not. And it's fascinating, who doesn't love to watch water in motion, or large bodies of water.

      Unrelated question - I tried to sign up for your gardening site, and actually found a suggestion for one of my own gardening concerns. But every time I typed the password, it bombed. And I would like to keep an eye on it.

    • Pamela99 profile image

      Pamela Oglesby 

      8 years ago from Sunny Florida

      Interesting hub and water is so important that this is a good topic.


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