elixir of life
Updated: Apr 25, 2020
water- the elixir of life
water is in every living thing, and every living thing relies on water for survival. one could say that water is life.
I mean think about it, water is the sure sign of life on any planet, water makes up around 70% of our body by mass and around 99% of our body on a cellular level. Blood is 92% water, the brain and muscles are 75% water, and bones are about 22% water.
personally, when I am in or near a large body of water such as the ocean, a river, lake, or stream- I can quite literally feel the living energy of the water itself. it's honestly spectacular. water is alive. like the blood of our planet, providing life to everything on Earth.
water is so sacred to me. as i go deeper into my spiritual journey, and my understanding of existence expands, I always find that my connection with nature deepens and expands as well. and since nature is made up of mostly water on this planet, that connection grows congruently.
with this, I've been able to see the utter disconnect that our collective consciousness has in regards to this life-giving force. a large majority of humans simply consume water, bathe in it, and use it without much thought at all. buying plastic bottles, and putting them directly into landfills where harmful chemicals will leach into the Earth for thousands of years.
75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. if you re thirsty, your body is already dehydrated. even mild dehydration slows down the metabolism as much as 3%. In more than one third of Americas, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.
contaminated water kills more children than war, malaria, HIV/AIDS and traffic accidents combined.
half of the world's hospital beds are occupied by people with an easily preventable waterborne illness. 80% of all sickness and disease worldwide is related to contaminated water.
Lack of water is the number one trigger for daytime fatigue. Drinking 5 glasses of water daily decreases the risk of various cancers by approximately half.
you would think that since water is such a vital part of our existence- in fact it is crucial, maybe one of the most important contributing factors for our survival in this realm- you would think that more people would have a greater respect for this stuff. you would think that more people would be conscious about the source of their water, the quality of their water, and the impact that this has on their health and the health of our home.
but, I have found that a lot of us don't even give any thought to where our water comes from. a lot of us don't even give any thought to what affect our water has on our bodies, and how this is reflecting out into the rest of the world.
many of us have grown up drinking tap water, or plastic bottled water, that is highly contaminated and has become impure throughout its lifespan. many of us are unaware of the numerous chemicals and contaminants that run through our water pipes, that we drink, bathe in, and brush our teeth with.
I'm sure you wouldn't intentionally bathe in chlorine, or use it to brush your teeth, or drink, or wash your produce with. However, this is one of the top contaminants in United States' tap water. and considering that the skin is the largest organ of the body, and absorbs like a sponge, this chlorine is being leached into your system whether you're drinking it or not.
and aside from that, even if you were somehow able to filter out all contaminants from your water (which is very difficult), standard tap water is inherently acidic, meaning it creates an acidic environment in the body- which leaves you vulnerable to a magnitude of diseases and degenerative health conditions.
it really is such a shame that we have disconnected so much from our true nature, and have so little control over what goes into our bodies nowadays. much of the world has changed since we were first brought into this existence, a lot has grown and become beautiful, and a lot has dwindled and is struggling to survive.
our connection to nature, our bodies, source, and earth seems to have dwindled in much of our culture.
but, we are re-awakening. I truly believe that shifts are always taking place, and right now is no exception. many of us are learning to take our health back into our own hands, sourcing water from natural springs, using the resources we have to get back to our roots.
so, what can we do to connect back to our roots, and drink living water again? well, first i'm going to say that the highest quality water on earth is rich in active hydrogen, is micro-clustered, and electrolyzed. if you're not sure what this means, check out my page called "water".
water like this exists naturally in only 4 places on the planet, it takes a special combination of minerals, air quality, and energetic frequencies to produce such a high-vibrational elixir.
however, like I said, people are waking up. we are recognizing the importance of hydrating ourselves with the best quality water, and making this accessible anywhere on our planet.
I recently got a machine that can produce this type of water in my home! I know- it sounds too good to be true. I feel so blessed to be able to drink this living water every day. knowing that I am providing my body with a clean, high quality source of hydration that has minimal impact on our planet.
I no longer have to buy plastic bottled water, and no longer have to shower in chemicals. my body feels so clean and high-functioning.
but that's not what this post is about, if you want to know more about what this water has done for me, though, check out my page called "water".
the point is, I feel more connected to my source, and more in tune with nature than ever before. my spiritual practice has become absolutely effortless, and just drinking water each day has become something of a ritual for me.
I can feel the effects rippling out into the rest of the world, and have been able to share this water with numerous people already. it is such a beautiful feeling knowing that what I am doing is helping our collective consciousness raise in vibration, and is allowing people to find the same connected feeling to nature as I have found.
it took me 19 years of my life to realize that not all water is created equal, and to realize that we have a choice in what we hydrate ourselves with. many people may never realize this, and so I hold immense gratitude to have found this opportunity when I did.
I love water! it gives me life! it is life! water and I are one