So it’s been a while 🙂 Yes, I know, but believe me we had a LOT to do. Now we are back and what better day to do it than 22nd of March, the World Water Day!

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Everything started in water. There is no life without water. Beauty, mystery, holiness – all is in the water.

I could write once again how important clean drinking water is, how many people in developing countries don’t have the access to potable water, or how little it takes to save the water in our everyday life. But I already did that.

So instead I am going to tell you a story 🙂

Once upon a time there was a very wise man. He travelled around the world and from every country he visited he brought a sample of water. He had water taken from Yusui Mountain Spring in Japan, Lourdes Fountain in France, Mt Cook Glacier in New Zealand and other places.
One day he decided to make an experiment. He gently froze the water and took pictures of water crystals. Their beauty amazed the wise man.

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But the water taken from polluted Fujiwara Dam in Japan made him sad, as it seemed to be dead.

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So the wise man whispered a prayer, and expressed his gratitude and love to the water from the polluted river. It changed everything…

 

 

So the wise man made another experiment. He whispered these words over the water:

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I know I made this sound like a fairy tale. You have to forgive me 🙂 It just seems to be too unreal, too beautiful to be true.
And yea, I’m sure you must have heard about Dr Masaru Emoto and his work.
This is what he wrote about it:
It was 1994 when the idea to freeze water and observe it with microscope came upon me. With this method, I was convinced that I should be able to see something like snow crystals.
After two months of trial and error, this idea bore fruit. The beautifully shining hexagonal crystals were created from the invisible world.

If you want to learn more please check out Dr Emoto website, Facebook and Twitter 🙂

So now what? What does it all mean?
It means we have a power to make a change. With regard to the molecular structure of water, our thoughts, words, ideas and music have a profound healing or destructive effect on the water.
And just to remind you – since the human body is 72,8% water – what we think creates our reality, not just emotionally but physically.
So now when I think about a prayer over water and food, which is practiced almost in every religion on this planet, I know it has a profound meaning. Maybe our ancestors knew it. Just knew, without looking for a scientific explanation…

I’m gonna leave you with this 🙂

With all my love and gratitude
Malgorzata

Photo by Adam Rostkowski; Photos o water crystals from www.masaru-emoto.net