Water Exercise Weights

Water Exercise Weights

WHERE CAN I GET PURE WATER?

If you live in a country where you can’t buy pure water, then you can make it yourself. To do this, you can either filter or distill water through evaporation. In fact, evaporation is the way nature itself cleanses water. The only difference is that in nature it’s cold distillation, and at home it’s hot distillation.

In the hot-distillation process, water is heated to the point of evaporation and then spirals its way back down into liquid form The impurities are left behind in the container in which the water has been heated. This is actually a good test for your tap water. Fill a big cooking pan from your faucet, and let it evaporate. Afterward, have a look at the residue in the bottom of your pan. If you live in a congested area or somewhere with very hard water, this experience should be enough to make you start drinking pure water immediately!

In the steam-distillation process, the order of hydrogen and oxygen molecules in the water is changed, and as a result it can lose its beneficial “information.” To counteract this, it’s a good idea to put the distilled water out in the sun, shake it, stir it, or even play it pleasant music. In this way you load it with positive intent.

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The alternative is filtering. There are many ways to do this, but all of them have the same problem as vacuum cleaners: On one hand, the filter must be fine enough so that no dirt can get through, but on the other hand it must be coarse enough so that it doesn’t get blocked by the dirt it picks up. A lot of the filter systems on the market claim to have struck such a balance, but who knows what, if any, minerals are getting through? And water without any minerals at all would be what they call “dead water” that’s why the filters on our taps don’t remove all the minerals.

What are the criteria for “living” water anyway? Is water from fruit alive? Is fresh spring water alive, because it forms beautiful crystals? We can certainly say that it isn’t the existence of minerals that determines the vitality of water, but the information that’s contained in the water. And this can’t be viewed on the material level alone. We should consider the etheric energy of water here, not just the way impurities and minerals are filtered out of it.

Those who want to purify water thoroughly, however, can do this through the reverse-osmosis procedure. Here water runs through a very fine filter membrane. The pores of this are so small that the purity of the water is as good as when it’s distilled. Reverse-osmosis filters can be connected to the main pipes from under the kitchen sink. Then, to revitalize your distilled water, you can use one of the methods described earlier.

Above: Distilled water that has been shown the movie Life. The water seems animated and formed a beautiful crystal.

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