The fact that we ourselves are 75% water, I find a very interesting fact, if you consider that water is sensitive to positive or negative thoughts. The Japanese researcher Masaru Emoto has shown this in his photos of ice crystals. How do you talk to yourself? What are your usually silent thoughts about yourself? Drink plenty of water! Give the body what it needs: Water.
Back to what we should understand under water as a follow-up to my previous blog. Unfortunately, perhaps the basis of the above drinks consists of water, they are all simply unhealthy for you, especially in large quantities. Give your plants in the house (or garden) for a while coffee or a sports drink instead of water. Then you can see the difference very quickly.
Coffee and black tea impede the absorption of water by the cells in your body and promote the extraction of moisture. In fact, they are drinking pills: drink them and you will have to urinate soon. Do you have to go to the toilet too often? Stop drinking coffee and tea and replace it with water. Look what it does to you. If you still drink a cup of coffee: drink two glasses of water at the same time, at least fill up the lack of fluid.
Alcohol also extracts moisture from your body. Dry mouth after a night? Your body is then just completely dehydrated. Occasionally a glass of red wine is fine but also applies: put a large glass of water next to it and drink it.
Soft drinks are also sugar bombs and also contain phosphates that can cause accelerated aging. Do you choose the light version? Unfortunately, the chemical sweeteners in light products, such as aspartame, are even worse for you. Let soft drinks just lie down, your body will thank you for it. The same applies for all sports and energy drinks. Water is what your body needs.
Our body consists of about 75% water. Through sweating, urinating and breathing we constantly lose our moisture and we dry out, so it is logical to always refill ourselves with new water. What does drinking 2 liters of water a day with your body. Dehydration is the basis of many health problems. But there is more to say about water. The Japanese researcher Masaru Emoto has photographed water from various sources by freezing it and placing the crystals under the microscope. Pure spring water turned out to show beautiful hexagonal (hexagonal) crystals. Water from a polluted river turned out to form chaotic, non-symmetrical crystals. In itself not that surprising, perhaps, but Emoto continued to search.
Emoto wondered if music had an influence on the water crystals. He first let water hear music before he took it in and photographed it. Classical music by Bach and Mozart turned out to produce harmonic crystals; heavy metal produced chaos again. Emoto's urge to investigate was now really sparked. He decided to put water on written words for a while and then freeze them. Words like love or hope yielded beautiful crystals again; words like quarrel or idiot yielded chaos. This also turned out to work when the words were pronounced against the water. Love and gratitude provided the most beautiful crystals. Emoto's conclusion was that water is affected by the information it is exposed to and that it stores this information.
Water, an essential nutrient. In itself, of course, it is not so strange that pronounced words have an effect on water. Everything is energy; all information is stored as vibrations. If we now own 75% water, what does the pronunciation of words have for an influence on someone else or on yourself? I find this an interesting question. It is clear that expressing the words "I hate you" has a different influence on you than the words "I love you". This is of course because we attach meaning to the words. We just prefer that people love us rather than hate us. Every person needs love and attention. We will die without love and attention. But maybe more is happening. How does it work if you say this kind of words to yourself? Bottled water contains less minerals than tap water.
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