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What You Need to Know About Water

The simplest things in life are often the most powerful – and also the most overlooked and taken for granted.

Our bodies are made up of 55-75% water.

Water covers about 70% of the surface of the Earth.

Less than 1-2% of this water is drinkable.

Water has a virtually infinite capacity to store, be affected by, and transfer energy and information (i.e. vibrations and frequencies from all sources).

Water is required for every chemical reaction in our bodies.

Without water life as we know it could not exist.

One atom of hydrogen and two atoms of oxygen – this simple molecule is what makes you possible.

You’d think with something so vital to our lives that we’d pay more attention to it and take better care to ensure that our water is clean and providing coherent energy and information.

Most people do not drink enough water to sustain adequate levels of hydration (again, the hydration that is required for your body-mind to function properly). And of the minority that do drink a sufficient quantity of water, the quality of that water is often so poor that it’s creating more stress on the body than what its providing in hydration.

Most of our water supply is poisoned with industrial chemicals, heavy metals, pesticide residue, pharmaceutical residue, chlorine, fluoride, and even sewage. Although we have very sophisticated water filtration systems, most are not designed to test and filter out all of the potential harmful toxins that find their way into our water supply. And even if all toxins are removed, most people are not aware that even the energetic imprint of chemicals can have a similar or even greater impact on the body than the chemical itself. Not only this, but most of “filtered” drinking water is then stored in plastic bottles that leach plastic back into the water.

This isn’t meant to scare you away from drinking water, but to grow your awareness so that you can be more intentional with where you’re getting your water from, how you’re storing your water, and how you’re supporting (or damaging) our water supply with the choices you’re making.

As a general rule of thumb, you should be drinking at least half of your body weight in ounces of water per day.

This should in the form of pure, clear water, as anything you add to your water will ultimately get processed more like a food-stuff.

The golden standard of water quality is local, artesian well water – water that naturally springs up from the earth; ideally from a protected location. This water is naturally purified, structured, and mineralized.

The second best option is to find water from a local, protected spring.

If neither of these is an option you should at least get water that’s been properly filtered and store it in glass or high quality stainless steel. You can then add a high quality sea salt (like Celtic Sea Salt) to your water to remineralize it, as the minerals and trace minerals in water play a big role in your metabolism and hormone regulation.

If you have no other option but to drink out of plastic bottles, try to buy water that’s been bottled from natural sources and stick to popular brands that ideally haven’t been bottled for as long of a duration as other, less popular, brands.

Even if your water is clean and mineralized, it’s still beneficial to make sure it’s coherently structured (i.e. it carries harmonious energy and information). There are a number of ways to do this, from building or purchasing a water charger to using an Analemma Water Wand to BioGeometry to simply putting your love and intention into the water.

These principles apply not only to the water your drink but also the water you shower, bathe, and cook with. For this reason it’s beneficial to install a whole house water filtration system. You just want to make sure you get your water tested so you can filter out exactly what needs to be filtered.

Personally, as I am still growing in this process, I have a couple of 5 gallon glass containers that I fill up with filtered water from the water dispenser at Whole Foods. We use this water for drinking and cooking. I have a one gallon stainless steel jug that I fill up every morning and add Celtic Sea Salt to mineralize it. I do my best to keep my water away from disharmonious frequencies such as cell phones, laptops, electrical wires, and Wi-Fi. I also do my best to drink with intention and infuse my water with the love I have for its ability to hydrate me and allow me to continue to live my Dream.

Last tip: drink your food and chew your water. Chew your food until it is a liquid and allow your water to settle in your mouth and mix with your saliva before swallowing. This will aid with absorption and digestion.

There you go. Go grab a glass of your artesian well water from your water charger and let’s keep partying.

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