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What is Revitalized Water?

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waterAdapted from The Healing Power of Energized Water, The New Science of Potentizing the World’s Most Vital Resource, by Ulrich Holst (Healing Arts Press, 2010).

Dynamized, or revitalized, water is an important factor in the health and vitality of the living entities it nurtures, whether they are human beings, animals, or plants. It contributes to the harmony of biological processes. For example, if we subject a water sample to revolutions of the right (clockwise) in a dynamization procedure or technique, it rebalances itself on the subatomic level. Pathogenic substances shrink or vanish and the immune system is strengthened in the person consuming this water.

About Water
1. As water is a highly sensitive substance, it reacts immediately to outside influences, both positively and negatively. These reactions include its ability to restructure itself on a molecular level, an increase or eduction of its vitality (photon emission), and its memory, depending on how it is imprinted or revitalized.

2. Healthy, vital water is able to process impurities, pollutants, and stress–in other words, it has the ability to regenerate. This regeneration is connected to its swirling movements, its natural spiral coiling (implosion). Similarly, it has the ability to assimilate negative information–at least up to a certain point.

3. When polluted water is put in contact with a spring or another form of concentrated vital energy (chi, orgone, tachyons, and so on) that is harmoniously structured on the subatomic level, not only will it revitalize but it will also recover its innate power to purify and heal, by virtue of the biocatalytic process.

4. Many procedures and techniques have been developed over the past several decades
for producing concentrated forms of bioenergy and transmitting it to devitalized–dirty or polluted–water.

5. Revitalized water that has been redynamized on the molecular level recovers its innate ability to absorb oxygen and loses surface tension. It therefore becomes softer and more fluid. The minerals that remain suspended in such water and make it hard are carried away in the water instead of being deposited on the walls of blood vessels or water pipes.

Furthermore, biologically healthy water:

* More easily rids itself of impurities (meaning fewer cleaning products are needed).
* Is better at eliminating wastes from the human body.
* Is a better bonding agent in production of cement, paint, and so forth.
* More readily absorbs oxygen, nutritive substances, and minerals.
* Encourages the germination of plants.
* Helps to preserve cut flowers, and fruits and vegetables.
* Is a superior conductor of heat (thus reducing the energy needed in water-based heating systems).

Learn 9 Steps to Revitalize Water.

By Annie B. Bond, the best-selling and award-winning author of five healthy/green living books, including Better Basics for the Home (Three Rivers Press, 1999), Home Enlightenment, Clean & Green (1990), and most recently True Food (National Geographic, 2010 and winner of Gourmand Awards Best Health and Nutrition Cookbook in the World). She has authored literally thousands of articles and was named “the foremost expert on green living” by Body & Soul magazine (2009).

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