For thousands of years people have made reference to living water. It has spiritual as well as philosophical and scientific connotations. The fact that the term has survived so many generations is an indication of an underlying message. It implies that there is living water AND that there is something other than living water. Can water lose its life? If so, can the life be returned to water? These are powerful questions that deserve more than a philosophical answer.
Living water has existed on Earth for millions of years. It is one of Mother Nature’s finest creations, and it is the foundation for all life. Yet the degree to which water can support life depends on the degree of life force in the water. Water can be vibrantly alive or it can be barely alive, just like many of the inhabitants of the Earth. Unfortunately, much of the water on the planet today has been mistreated to the point that its life hangs by a drop. It is no longer able to support the Earth’s life forms at optimal levels. Yet, understanding a few simple concepts can restore the life to water.
The New Science of Water is an investigation into water’s liquid crystalline phase where water molecules create a repeating geometric pattern similar to the molecular pattern in a solid quartz crystal. Although the molecules remain mobile, they move together as a coherent “whole.” This is living water. It is an organized matrix that responds to its environment. Once the matrix has been established, it can carry signals and vibratory (frequency) information very similar to the way solid crystals are used for this purpose in modern technology. (watch the video, What is the New Science of Water?) Living water, otherwise referred to as liquid crystalline water, is the medium within the human body that amplifies and transmits signals in an instant.
The term, full-spectrum, living water refers to living water that carries the full spectrum of life supporting frequencies. Several elements contribute to the creation of full-spectrum, living water:
1. Movement (vortices)
2. Electromagnetic fields and other forms of gentle organizing energy
3. Mineral ions (salts)
4. Sound and light (nature’s music)
When these elements combine (and they can do so in many different ways) water becomes a living, liquid crystal with the full spectrum of life supporting enhancements. All of the above elements are discussed in detail in the book, Dancing with Water, with instructions for providing the above elements in such a way that they result in full-spectrum, living water—water that supports life at its fullest.