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The Magic of Living Water

Nae's Nest —  March 22, 2013 — 1 Comment

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The Magic of Living Water

From the Study of an ancient Science of Spirit, the modern-day Spiritual Warrior looking for a greater reality than the western society materialist paradigm can provide needs only to look deeply at water to begin his journey.

Water is alive. It is the lifeblood of the Earth. “Water is a mysterious substance, yet we take it for granted. Water has its own living energy, and if water dies, our Earth dies with it. In his life’s work, Victor Schauberger shows us the consciousness of Gaia in the living water on this planet and the essence of Spirit. From Viktor Schauberger’s, life’s work in studying, “The living waters of earth,” we learn from this genius that it is the most misunderstood and most abused element on Earth. In studying Victor Schauberger’s work, his research shows that water is the most potent in its densest state at a temperature of four degrees Celsius. Above or below this magic temperature, water loses its maximum strength and absorbent ability. In its most potent form in forests or mountain streams, water is near four degrees Celsius, but as it heats up, it becomes stagnant and powerless. To be alive, water must be allowed, first, the freedom to flow in its characteristic spiral motion, and second, the freedom to approach its optimal cool temperature, of four degrees Celsius.

The primary need of water to roll in a 3-dimensional vortex causes rivers to meander in a gentle to-and-fro motion. The water naturally swings to one bank of a river, turns, and moves across to the opposite bank, and then swings around again in a dancing rhythm of constant motion. Within every flowing stream, water constantly circles in small vortices called eddies. Water desires to coil itself up and spin around an invisible internal shaft like a speeding wheel. The same movement is seen in the waves of the ocean, constantly rolling in spiral movements. This rolling motion cause water to gather an electrical force. As water moves across the Earth, it cools itself and increases its internal power. Water stores this potential energy within itself and then gives the energy freely to all-living things. Through this perpetual motion, water constantly exposes its “skin” to the air. Thus, it constantly spins around upon itself like a whirling top. Just like a spinster spinning her thread, Mother Nature attempts to twist water into a thread of life, which then becomes a sparkling strand of living electricity. We see this electricity as glimmering threads of light in swift mountain streams, especially on cold moonlit nights. Living water is a constant rolling exchange of gravity and levity. The waves move rapidly, and yet the water remains relatively still. In this paradox is the magic of water and the life that it gives.

Its chemical formula is H2O but that isn’t all there is to it. Water makes up 60 to 70% of our bodies. Minerals, proteins, sugars, and other substances dissolve in this water forming colloids, which carry a subtle electrical charge. Thus, water provides the electrical life force in all living things. Even dispersed into a fine mist, water continues to carry this vital life force, maintaining its potency and power. It is literally good to the last drop. Since water is alive, it continuously needs to regenerate itself by flowing in a spiral or vortex motion which we see in the shape of tornados funnel.” The spiral vortex is reflected in every movement of the universe, from the shape of the galaxies, down through storm cloud formations, to the swirl of the human ear, the pumping of the heart, and the tremendous power in all atomic and subatomic matter. We need to listen to the lesson Mother Nature shows us, by becoming conscious of our surroundings as Spiritual Warriors. From this level of awareness, we learn from the natural movement of water, and we may be able to save our ailing Earth, learning from Gaia.

The Importance of Proper Hydration

The replacement of lost water through perspiration, internal hydration, and excretion is accomplished through the reintroduction of water, proper electrolytes, and fluids into the body. The delay or absence in this replacement causes fatigue, aging, and the onset of adverse conditions.

When the brain, cells, skin, and every organ in the body are deprived of pure living water mineral salts and air, they began a process of dehydration, shriveling and wrinkling up. In simpler words, dehydration brings on toxicity to the body and is the process of aging. That is why some people age faster and some people age slower, all due to lack of pure water, air, proper pH balance in the system, minerals, and trace elements, balanced amino acids to support a healthy and vigorous longer life.
When the body is dehydrated (shortage of water in the body), the following adverse health conditions may occur.
For 1% of dehydration, there is an increase of body temperature that goes unnoticed by everyone.
For 3% of dehydration, there is impaired performance that goes unnoticed.

For 5% of dehydration, the person experiences heat cramps, chills, nausea, clammy skin, rapid pulse, 20-30% decrease in endurance that goes unnoticed ( and we see the Doctor to get medication for viral and flu systems).

For 6-10% of dehydration, there are gastrointestinal problems, heat exhaustion, dizziness, headaches, dry mouth and fatigue (and we go to the pharmacist to get more drugs and medication for viral and flu systems).

For dehydration in excess of 10%, there is a heat stroke, hallucinations, lack of coordination, lack of sweat and urine, swollen tongue, high body temperature, and an unsteady equilibrium. (We go to the Doctor to get more drugs, who refers us to a psychiatrist, who gives us a prescription to give the pharmacist for more drugs to go with our viral and flu medication, Aren’t you glad you have government assisted health care).

We have learned that 70 to 90 percent of all organic matter is water, and the brain is approximately 83 percent water. It is important to realize that a dehydrated brain cannot think or process information correctly and that 75% of North Americans are chronically dehydrated. Studies have shown that a mere 2% drop in body water can trigger fuzzy short-term memory and trouble with basic math.

In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger. Even mild dehydration will slow down one’s metabolism as much as 3%. One glass of water shuts down midnight hunger pangs for almost 100% of the dieters studied in a University of Washington study. Lack of water is the #one trigger of daytime fatigue. To prevent these conditions, it is important to consume the required amount of water daily as so many North Americans are chronically dehydrated.

Preliminary research indicates that 8-10 glasses of clean water a day (no fluoride or chlorine) could significantly ease back and joint pain for up to 80% of sufferers. Drinking 5 glasses of water daily decreases the risk of colon cancer by 45%, plus it can slash the risk of breast cancer by 79%, and one is 50% less likely to develop bladder cancer. So are you drinking the amount of water you should be every day to keep your body healthy?
It is easy to see why we are in the mess that we are in by reading these statements repeatedly. Maybe that is why 60% of the worlds population is Fat and obese, we would rather eat away at our emotional problems and satisfy our addictions with food then try to remember to drink a glass of water.

Here are a number of vital functions which water performs for the human body. Such as:

 Detoxification of the body
 It slows down the aging process through proper hydration.
 Playing a key role in the metabolic reaction
 Formation and excretion of sweat
 Lowering the toxin levels
 Bringing alertness to the mind
 Allowing body fluids to flow effectively
 Saliva and gastric secretions help digest food.
 Adjustment of the body’s temperature and reducing body heat
 Aligning blood pressure of the brain to keep in sync with the blood pressure
 Throughout the body, water lubricates joints and cushions organs and tissues.

Living Water, Consciousness, Spirit

Water is called the universal solvent because it has the unique ability to form weak electrical bonds with other molecules making it a perfect conductor of electricity that allows water to disassemble and rearrange the essential chemistry of life. This is one of its great roles in facilitating thought. Thought is the electric potential shared between brain neurons through electrochemical transmitters. Without sufficient water in the body and brain, the electrical activity of creative thought is greatly impaired.

“Living Water” helps to facilitate a stream of consciousness in the brain through the electrical properties of clustered water in microtubules in the brain (the cell wall of the neurons), if the brain is chronically dehydrated, there is no way we can facilitate a higher stream of consciousness. Water reflects our attitudes and emotions our pain and suffering our joys in life and reflects that to all the internal organs and cells that float in it and are cleaned by it. We are at the mercy of our thoughts and attitudes that create our environments, the foods we eat, and the jobs we do.

It is essential that the electric potential of brain chemistry be present for clear thought to transpire. This living water is the elixir that facilitates the creative thought in the mind and body.

This living water is the elixir that facilitates the creative mind and in the body in its trillions of cells this water houses the life-force electrical energy of the body and in the electrical energy in the water of the cell is the temple of our divine Spirit and soul (spirit is in ever cell but also drapes over the body as your Auric or Meisner field].

We as Consciousness Spiritual Beings having a human experience in a physical body, we are the only caretakers of this body, and it is up to us to provide it with the best care and to rehydrate it with the best quality of water and minerals we can afford.

Author’s Bio:

Robert Donald Tonelli born in Timmins Ontario where he lived the first 33 years of his life is now… Author, Life Coach and Researcher for Neurotech Research and has been in business researching health…nutrition and spiritual matters since 1992. From this research and experience, he has produced 10 research reports and has published this book, Science of Spirit, Lost Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. He evolved Neurotech Research from an ongoing investigation of over the past 25 years from studies of longevity…neuroscience… and alchemy. Rob has devoted most of his life to his research; from Science to Spirit from Reason to Faith… finding Truth along the way. His path began with a 10 year study of different world religions starting with Zen Buddhism in Japan in 1978… By 1995, he studied a number of powerful healing techniques and became a third degree Reiki Master. His website is http://www.newscienceofspirit.ca

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Enchanted

Nae's Nest —  October 18, 2012 — Leave a comment

Beautiful Nymph of the Sea

Such a glorious voice

Blessed upon thee

She plays the lyre

To enchant her prey

She sings and seduces

Her hips she sways

The poor sailor

Is unaware

Enchanted by beauty

He can only stare

He follows her

As she dances away

Taking off veils

While she sways

She leads him

And sings the Song of Death

Enticing him off his ship

He will soon regret

She’s a Spirit of Nature

She can Shape-Shift

She has magical voice

One of many gifts

She has a body that lures

No man is safe

She will have him in her claws

Make no mistake

Vixen she is

Leading him to the sea

To make love underwater

In total ecstasy

While making love

And watching him die

He looked at her

In pleasure he cried

Not knowing  he just

Took his last breath

His lips sealed to hers

She loved him to death

Renee Robinson

Nae's Nest:

OK, this is water related so it does stay with my theme. I also have a statement which comes to mind, I already hear the groans, but I am going to say it anyway “This one quacks me up”
http://birdristo.wordpress.com thank you birdblog. Lovely pic.

Originally posted on birdblog:

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May be wild duck but in fact eats from hand here. Lauttasaari, Helsinki, Finland.

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Unseen Eye

Nae's Nest —  January 11, 2012 — 2 Comments

Unseen Hand

My sky is bruised, someone kicked it

My days are nights, a purple blackness

Losing track of time, along with my mind

What has happened, I don’t understand

Have we been bombed?  Was there an attack?

Am I all that is left? Is this a fact?

I hear an echo, a deep loneliness

I am all that is here, taking up space

There is a dampness, upon my face

I can hear a drip, maybe water?

Maybe human life? trying to follow

Follow the sound, where is it?

Bumping into walls, they seem to be closing in

There must be a way out, or a way in

The drip is getting closer, I think it is near

I try calling out, “Can anyone hear?”

The drip is getting closer, yes there it is

I can feel it, dripping on my head

Looking up into the purple sky, A swollen cloud of black drifts by

I am in room without a ceiling, A giant fishbowl

Is someone viewing? Am I being watched?

I sound paranoid, I am confused

Have I wondered into a kind of portal?  Another dimension?

Another place in time? Perhaps into a futuristic extension?

Perhaps, this is the past, I do not know

I can’t figure it out, I continue on slow

Feeling my way in the blackness, I have to find answers

I need to know where I am, I continue onward

Perhaps I am not even here? Could that be?  Did I disappear?

Getting no where, stranded in this dark place

Completely alone, such a disgrace

Without another soul, without a home

Perhaps I do not exist, perhaps I never did

I am in a world of nothingness, with only thoughts of my own

This is a kind of death, a kind of hell, is it manmade?

I cannot tell

Pacing around this room, feeling all the walls

There is no door, only these walls

I cannot get out, how did I get in?

Questions without answers, guilt without sin

No judge or jury, not a fair trial

Just waking up to find I have been exiled

Cast into a giant fishbowl, watched by an unseen eye

Never blinking, always watching, waiting for me to die

by Renee Robinson

Hanging

Nae's Nest —  January 8, 2012 — 3 Comments

Hanging

Hanging on tight

As tight as I can

Struggle for life

Barely can stand

Praying to God

That I win this war

Not ready to go

I have so much more

More love to give

More life to share

More living to do

So many who care

Hanging by a thread

Feels like a noose

Tight around my neck

Trying to get loose

The more I struggle

The more I strangle

The more I fight

The more I dangle

Pray for my life

Like I have never before

Please spare me

I pray, Dear Lord

Hanging by a wing

A wing and a prayer

Swinging on a rope

Teetering on a chair

No room to stumble

I can not dare

Getting so tired

Soon I won’t care

Hanging by a wing

Please raise me up

So that I may breathe

And drink of His cup

Healing water

Washes through me

Cleanses my soul

And protects me

Hanging on a cross

He died for me

Saving my life once

A Victory

The more blood shed

The more He gave

His grace for me

So I could be saved

Hanging on a prayer

Is all that is left

Hanging on the threads

 Of His garment

by Renee Robinson

Imagine

Nae's Nest —  January 7, 2012 — Leave a comment

Imagine

Toss a blanket under the trees
Along the edge the water
Let’s lay back and listen
To the music of nature
The scent of lilacs
Dancing in the air
As we hold onto each other
Fields of flowers everywhere
Mountains rise along the horizon
The sun glistens upon the water
Casting colorful reflections
God’s paintings magnificent
Man cannot recreate
This is my place
The place where I dream
It is the place which brings me joy
It lifts my esteem
I hope to share this place
With those that I love
It is my eternal place
The land above
This place is me
This place is here
This place is now
It is everywhere
It is only a heartbeat away
I am there in a blink of an eye
It is wondrous
Mystify
This place lives within
The place I imagine

by Renee Robinson