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The Mystery of Water
Sep 6, 2011
By Vi Waln
|Water, The Great Mystery is a documentary produced in 2008 featuring recent discoveries about water from experts worldwide.|
“Water: The Great Mystery” is a video which could transform the way you view your water. Transforming our thoughts and attitudes towards our precious water will make the difference between life and death.
Research from across the globe was compiled to produce this film. The concept presented shows water definitely has memory and is imprinted with the energy from human emotions. So, all the recent natural disasters involving water do not surprise me. Since many people carry immense rage, it follows that our water would reflect humanity’s anger.
“It is well known that the water supply in many cities is a closed loop system. After undergoing aggressive chemical purification, and passing through powerful filters, the water in these systems is returned to our homes still remembering the chemicals and violence it was subjected to. Even stronger, however, is the informational pollution that the water accumulates as it flows down miles of long pipes, through thousands and thousands of homes and apartments . . . water that flows in a floor panel heating system is devitalized and rotten. It sucks energy out of the people, plants, and animals that are living in that house, it actually steals the energy.
“We pollute water spiritually, and this happens on a huge scale. Why? The water adopts all of the hatred, all of the malice, the stress, the water is almost dead by the time it enters our body,” Alois Gruber said.
The research of the truly awesome Dr. Masaru Emoto was also presented. He is famous for his work in determining how human thought and different genres of music can dramatically change the molecular structure of water. “Numerous experiments aimed at finding the word that cleanses water most powerfully have shown it is not just one word but a combination of two: Love and Gratitude,” he said.
Dr. Vlail Kaznacheyev said “with holy water, when it’s poured over sick animals or a dying plant, they revive. Those are the facts.”
Water which has been transformed with prayer is found in most Lakota ceremonies. The water of life is also found in the water buckets and drums used in our Native American Church ceremonies.
Your health will improve when you learn how to have faith in your personal prayers. Please make it a daily practice to gift your water with a heartfelt prayer of gratitude. There can be no life without water.
Vi Waln is Sicangu Lakota and an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe. Her columns were awarded first place in the South Dakota Newspaper Association 2010 contest. She can be reached through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.