Monday, May 23, 2011


Water is what we are made of. I am sure you have heard the human body contains anywhere from 55% to 78% water depending on body size. Water is also where we live, being that the earth is covered by 70.9% of water on the Earth's surface.

Water, as a life force is an interesting element to study.

Water has been viewed as a feminine element for centuries. Ancients believed water to be of a feminine energy. It was also associated with the Goddess.  The inverted triangle symbol has been used to represent water, as it is associated with the shape of the womb. .

Water is connected to the West, and is associated with healing and purification. Holy water is used in nearly every spiritual path.

Water is a force to be reckoned with. As we have seen recently in the floods of the Mississippi river and it's tributaries. Water goes where it wants to and cannot be stopped, although humans have been trying to fight it's forces forever.

But if we do not fight it, and begin to understand that water is, who we are, and where we live, we can then dismiss our minds for a moment to absorb this: How water reflects our consciousness. This article by Wellness Goods has some great photos comparing microscopic samples of water molecules from the book, Messages from Water by Japanese researcher and visionary, Masaru Emoto. The photos speak for themselves. I remember in the movie What in the Bleep Do We Know?, starring Marlee Matlin, touching on the same subject.

Basically they take a microscopic photo of a water molecule, then they pray to it, or threaten it, or play different music to it (the water) then take another photo after. The photographs are amazing, and I would be hard pressed to find a non-believer of this data. It is quite amazing. Water, that is.

This is one of the basis of my theory of "magic". That you can change some things in your life by the pure will to do so. The only tool you need is belief. You have to believe it is going to happen, or it doesn't.

Now, if water can be changed (quite beautifully) by a prayer or music, imagine if we tapped into that source. Think about all this water, and what we as a people can do, simply by being a connected energy force.

But we are humans, and we are conditioned not to believe in the magic we knew as children. Adulthood ravages our pure intuition and belief in the spiritual and physical source that flows through us and through the universe.

Come on you un-believers.


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