Watch out, your thoughts influence water, so what does this mean for your health?
Our bodies are 72% water, it is the basis of our survival, so one must respect the water you drink, treat it like a god. There is scientific evidence that water has tremendous memory, just a thought generated by you whilst looking or touching it, makes the molecular structure change.
This fact has profound implications for our health and the well-being of the planet, says Dr. Masaru Emoto, whose research has proven that positive and negative thoughts whilst drinking water, and how it is treated, have a direct consequence on its structure when frozen to form ice crystals. In his book ‘The Hidden Messages In Water’, he states that this information can positively impact the Earth and our personal health; by being conscious of our thoughts and actions around water, showing appreciation for it and, never taking it for granted. Love how water makes you feel, when it quenches your thirst, then after consuming take a moment of gratitude to it, show it reverence, and you will see the difference of how it behaves within you.
As our thoughts influence water, so too does water influence our thoughts, behaviours and biology. Scientists have discovered signals underpinning how different compositions of water can quench our thirst, in a recent article in Nature. They have shown that water and salt content are precisely measured by the gut and then rapidly communicated to the brain to control our drinking behaviour and thirst. Do you feel less thirsty after just the first sip of water? That is because signals are instantly sent from our mouths to our brain to make us feel less thirsty.
Infusing flower essences that have been used for centuries in Ayurveda medicine in water, has been found to have a positive influence on the mind. Similarly, if you go out in nature and stand under water flowing from a waterfall, you will feel the positive energy that is generated in the process of it flowing over the rocks and plants, the water feels noticeably softer.
“Water is the mother of the vine, the nurse and fountain of fecundity, the adorner and refresher of the world.” – Charles Mackay