Water has been revered by humanity since time immemorial. Its life-giving properties are not just limited to quenching our physical thirst but also encompass the realms of science and spirituality. From its mystical ability to hold memories to its pivotal role in sacred ceremonies, water’s hidden powers have captivated the human imagination for centuries, transcending boundaries of culture, religion, and science. Let us embark on a journey to unravel the enigmatic world of water memory, where science and religion converge, and its awe-inspiring powers come to light.
Water And Human Structure
All living cells in the body communicate with each other via the medium of water. Our sages and saints knew that water has memory and intelligence since ages. But modern science has taken it’s time to prove it. According to Mitchell and others (1945), the brain and heart are composed of 73% water, and the lungs are about 83% water. The skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys are 79%, and even the bones are watery 31%. More than 70% of our whole body is water based.
Vibrations created by the sound and emotions energy impact the water molecules. With the same frequency and form clusters, water molecules contain the information brought to them by the sound energy. This way the water gets charged. This unique ability of water to receive and retain information exposed to it, is used brilliantly in temple rites.
Using mantras, affirmations, positive thoughts, intentions, words and feelings, we can charge water with the high vibrations in a mindful manner, and drink this water (also called Jal) as a spiritual medicine that has enormous potential to heal the physical body, mental body and energy body.
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Water Memory – The Ground Breaking Research Of Dr Masaru Emoto
Since 1988, there have been notable studies done with Water Memory both showing its potential and others not being able to replicate results. Under Kroplin’s research, “A scientific experiment was carried out whereby a group of students were all encouraged to obtain one drop of water from the same body of water, all at the same time. Through close examination of the individual droplets, it was seen that each produced different image.
Multiple water memory research were done on different species of flowers. Through this discovery which shows that water has memory, according to scientists, a new perception of water can be formed. Kroplin believed that as water travels it picks up and stores information from all of the places that it has travelled through, which can thereby connect people to a lot of different places and sources of information when they drink this water, depending on the journey that it has been on.”
In 1999, Dr. Masaru Emoto, a Japanese researcher, suggests that water has the ability to store and retain information from its surroundings, including the energy and emotions of the environment. His experiments involved exposing water to different words, sounds, and emotions, and then freezing the water to observe the crystal formations that resulted. He claimed that water exposed to positive words, music, or prayers formed beautiful and symmetrical crystals, while water exposed to negative words or emotions formed distorted and chaotic crystals.
Water Has Memory – The Religious Aspect And The Science
Almost all major world religions Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, Sikhism all have important rituals and sacred rites held in and around water. The Hindu scriptures emphasize the metaphysical properties of water. Though from ancient times, our ages and acharyas discovered that everything in this larger cosmos is made up with five elements including our bodies, also known as Pancha Mahabhutas; however, modern science has also proved it later.
Now, none of this may be particularly new information to you. But I’d like to tell you that water’s unique physical and chemical properties make it indispensable for sustaining life. It can exist in three forms and can change from solid (ice) to liquid (water) to gas (vapor) without changing its physical and chemical properties.
These elements are believed to form the foundation of the universe and are considered the building blocks of creation. We breathe air which contains moisture also. We breathe out, along with the moisture from our body. Exhaled air and water vapor mingle with the vapor content of air in the outside atmosphere which is common for every other being to breathe in. Air and water vapors cannot be confined within the boundaries. They belong to this planet.
Through breathing in and out, we are connected to past, present and future, and to every known and unknown being. Because water cannot escape to outer space, thus, no water is ever lost. It is perpetually circulating in a self-contained system. Water is life, and so we are.
Water has been revered as a purifier and a symbol of divine grace in many spiritual practices. For instance, in Hinduism, water is considered sacred and is used in various rituals and ceremonies. Water is used in all Hindu ceremonies—not just for cleansing and preparations leading up to the puja, but also as a conduit for conveying the essence of our prayers and offerings to the Gods. Water also plays a crucial role in Hindu rites of passage, such as birth, marriage, and death. There are numerous holy wells and springs spread throughout Europe known for their remarkable healing and curative properties.
In Africa, people recognized and respected bodies of water as their source of spirituality. For example, Lake Victoria (in Tanzania) was called Nalubaale, which literally means the home of spirituality. Cultures around the world equate water with healing and energy. People travel great distances to drink or bath in water from mountains, wells and springs that are imbued with special energy. Many people believe that water has the ability to absorb prayers, cleanse unwanted energy and bestow good medicine.
Memory Of Water – The Ayurveda And The Quantum Physics
According to Ayurveda, water is considered a vital element that influences the balance and harmony of the body, mind, and spirit. It is believed that the quality of water, including its temperature, taste, and purity, can have a profound impact on our health and well-being. Ayurvedic texts also contain references to the healing properties of water, such as its ability to detoxify the body, promote digestion, and rejuvenate the skin.
When you get any infection in the body, the doctor asks you to wash it multiple time with water and increase the intake of water to cleans the system from within. As per Ayurveda, it’s important to drink water early in the morning, also known as Ushapan as it keeps your gut clean and healthy. Homeopathic medicines also work on the very basis of water memory.
Water absorbs all frequencies it is exposed to—positive and negative both. Water is a highly polar molecule, which means that it has a positive and negative charge distribution across its atoms. When water molecules are exposed to an electromagnetic field, such as light or radio waves, they will interact with the field and absorb some of its energy. Since water molecules can vibrate at many different frequencies, they are able to absorb a wide range of frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves to X-rays. This is why water is such an effective absorber of electromagnetic radiation and is often used as a shielding material in electronics and other applications.
The Acharyas, who were the great scholars and teachers of ancient India, recognized the power of water in various ways. They recognized the power of water in generating energy, such as through the use of waterwheels to grind grains or power other machinery. It’s been also said that emotions and consciousness may affect the water at a molecular level.
Water – The Human Emotions And The Healing
Multiple researches have proven the healing effect by saying positive affirmations can have on our overall wellbeing. Regardless of how awkward it seems to tell ourselves how amazing we are. Our brain is designed to confirm our beliefs and manifest them into our physical reality. That’s why by creating our own ritual of repeating positive mantras or affirmations we can build motivation, confidence, and love for ourselves.
This mindfulness can be implemented into our daily routines through one simple element, water. As we already know that human body is made up of 70% water which makes it one of the best mediums for transmitting energy around our bodies because the properties of water are made to reach every cell and subatomic particle. With this fact, we can use water mindfully as the mode of transferring energy and messages to the deepest levels of our DNA.
There are many rituals that people use in their daily lives to heal themselves:
- You can simply hold the water cup in your both hands and with pure energy, channel the intention of what it is that you would like to see in your life. Then swallow, and allow yourself to feel the message of your intention being carried into every cell in your body.
- Say a prayer or express gratitude for the water you would use for cooking and serving others.
- Take a healing shower whenever you feel heavy and stressed out. Turn on the water, close your eyes and say in your mind “This shower is washing away all the negativity and heaviness from my body. I am feeling pure and glowing under this white light shower”.
Charge your water with positive intentions is one simple way that we all can practice mindfully while connecting through a medium that has been used since ages by our ancestors. This may not be the final solution to the things that outbreak us in our daily lives, but it gives us an opportunity to begin to work with these precious elements. So, even if you don’t have much time during your day, let your water know how much you love it, because water can hear you!
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