With 70% of our Earth being ocean water & 65% f our bodies being water , it is hard to unbelieve its importance for life. Water is the largest natural recource. Water in pure state has a neutral Ph. Pure water is neither acidic nor basic and is the most stable molecule.
All living things, from tiny cyanobacteria to giant blue whales need water to survive . life is on our planet ,because of water. All organisms, like animals,plants ,humans use water; salty or fresh, hot or cold, plenty or less & because it flows, water provides an efficient way to transfer substances from a cell to the cell,s environment.
It is the only natural substance found in all three physical states at the temperatures that naturally occur on Earth.
Water as liquid ,in rivers &seas, a solid ,as snow & ice and as a gas ,as clouds or steam.
Universal solvent -it is capable of dissolving in so many substances. Our cells need to be filled with water to function properly ,because enzymes need water.it is also means of transport in our body , blood is mostly water and has harmones & gasses dissolved in it as well as toxins such as urea, which is removed outside yet from water. Water is a medium of bioactivity. One organ in body that needs the most water is the brain.
SACRED AND DIVINE
Water is much more than a means for hydrating the body — it is in many ways one of the primary foundations of life and consciousness as we know it. some faiths use water especially prepared for religious purposes (holy water in most Christian denominations,amrita in Sikhism and Hinduism).with remarkable regularity across human culturs ,water has been used to communicate the sacred value of life :the spiritual dimension of purification ,protection and healing and redemption in human life .the GANGA river , a symbol of life and a place where one can wash away spiritual impurities ,thereby drawing closer to the sacred source of life. Water has been associated with spiritual protection in many of the world,s religions.in Roman catholic christinity ,for example ,water can be ritually blessed and serve as a spiritual symbol of God,s protection over a person or group touched by this holy water.
WATER AND SCIENCE
Masaru Emoto’s experiments have shown that water doesn’t just have memory, but its structure can be affected by the emotions of people. Water memory is the purported ability of water to retain a memory of substances previously dissolved in it even after an arbitrary number of serial dilutions. It is the mechanism by which homoeopathic medicines work, even when they are diluted to the point that no molecule of the original substance remains . Dr Masaru Emoto, the Japanese scientist and water researcher, experimented and revealed that how thoughts and vibrations affect the molecular structure of water affect the molecular structure of water. through high speed photography of thousands of water crystals, Dr Emoto has shown the most beautiful crystals are those formed after the water is exposed to the words of ‘love and gratitude.’
The fact that the human body is made of 70% water, our thoughts can have profound implications on our health .thats why homoeopathic science implies on taking mental symptoms more precisely ,because particular emotion(anger,fear, anxiety, insecurity etc produces negative vibrations and attracts illhealth,deseases ,sufferings in life . water is divine and dynamic ,that’s why in homoeopathy water is used as solvent ,medium for dilution
The water, which we drink is older than the planet we are standing on, which means that Earth water is older than the solar system, the sun and the Earth water carries all life. But water is beyond time, for it bears in its flow the seeds of future life, as well as the memory of past life. Water mediates between life and death, between being and not being, between health and sickness.
Water connects all of life. Spiritual and mystical experiences have a strong link with holism. Dynamic water, when it is alive and energised, performs the roles of initiating and operating all the processes of life. RESPECT WATER!
The author Dr Megha Chaudhary is Assistant Professor, Surgery at RVHMC, Dabok, Udaipur