February 25, 2017

The Golden Age of Water — a quote by Michael Flomer

The Twentieth Century belonged to Albert Einstein. The Twenty-first Century (and beyond) belongs to Viktor Schauberger. The end of the Mayan calender is the Beginning of the Golden Age of Water! Without water, Our Universe would be void of all life. The meaning of Life, is to Live. To Live is to Love. Love is the Ocean of Infinite Possibilities. Water is the  universal medium that makes all things possible. When we embrace hatred, we defile the very foundation and sanctity of Love and Life, and our world becomes a desolate wasteland. So embrace water as you would a newborn child. When we extend our hand for a glass of the refreshing Waters of Life we are asking our Beloved, “May I have this Dance?—Michael Flomer

 

Thank you, Michael for this poetic expression of love for water!

The New Science is Older than the Earth Herself

The book, Dancing with Water discusses the New Science of Water, but what is “New Science?” The term, New Science, as it is used on this website, is really a very Old Science, more ancient than the Earth herself. It encompasses a path of wisdom that works in harmonious balance with the natural systems of the Earth. The New Sciences evolving at this time acknowledge the living nature of Mother Earth—the knowledge that the Earth is an integrated whole, a complex, self-regulating system that is, in fact, a part of an even larger cosmic “whole.”

Our current technology has evolved in isolation from this ancient, Old Science. As such, it is an artificial world that forces us to exist outside the web of life. The consequences of this are evident everywhere.  Also evident are signs that this artificial reality is slowly falling apart—giving way to the New Science—and making it possible to come full circle back into harmonious balance with Mother Nature and the web of life.

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Water: A Living, Liquid Crystal

“ We have thought of water as a simple, blank, neutral thing, when in  fact, it is a crystal with many complex properties.” –Brook Medicine Eagle

This same message is now being delivered by a multitude of people–from scientists to the indigenous people of the Earth. It is time for us to allow our relationship with water (a living, liquid crystal) into our consciousness if we want to build a  sustainable world to live in.

Our Stewardship with Water

The book, Dancing with Water establishes a scientific basis for many water treatments that will support our health and healing. It also has another, perhaps deeper, message. In order to heal, we must become conscious stewards of the water on the planet. Do you remember the expression, “What goes around comes around?” Have you considered how this applies to water? Because water cycles on the Earth, every person must eventually come to grips with the fact that what he or she puts into the water eventually comes back to us. If the substances we put in water are toxic, we become more toxic. In a very real sense, we are filters for the water (and the air) on Earth. An awareness of our stewardship and a resulting reverence for water (and all life) will ultimately free us from toxins and allow us to live in greater harmony as a global community.

The Language of the Heart

 The mind can never comprehend what the water is saying because water speaks the language of the heart. Water expresses itself through emotion via the heart.

Dreaming of Water?

 There are many ways to interpret what water symbolizes in our dreams. Most people who work with dream interpretations agree that water represents the subconscious mind and the emotional state of the dreamer. Water is deeply connected with the emotional realm. The type of water you encounter in a dream is a clue to what the dream might mean. For example: Waves in a dream can mean peace and tranquility, Storm waves can mean emotional upheaval, anxiety, or stress. Clear water can denote good fortune, abundance, or spiritual clarity. A calm, large body of water can reflect smooth going or easy passage. Murky water can be a warning of trouble or an uncertain emotional state of being. The ocean typically represents the primal and the divine feminine forces. Dreams of the ocean can represent new life, rebirth, new ideas or opportunities. Steams can be a symbol of flowing abundance or flowing emotions; speaking and expressing your true feelings can be symbolized by a stream’s flowing energy. Waterfalls can mean cleansing.  If they are tumultuous, they can represent feeling out of control or losing control of emotions and feelings. A swimming pool often represents your social life.  How many people are in the pool? Are you alone?  One of the most powerful clues in any dream is the emotions the dream evokes.  Think about how you were feeling during your dream. This will often set you on the trail to a meaningful interpretation. Water is a good barometer on many levels. Dreams of water can give you important messages for your waking life. What is water communicating to you?

Remembering the Dance with Water

Our culture and our throw-away mentality have lulled us into taking water (and many other natural resources) for granted. The healing power of water has been forgotten and has slipped from our conscious awareness. But deep within each of us is a longing to dance with the water once again and to tap into its powerful resources for healing. The book, Dancing with Water, is offered as a first step toward helping us remember the dance.