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“Living” Water Versus “Dead” Water: Why Living Water Is Better for Increasing Your Energy, Frequency and Health

When it comes to better health and more energy, it is important to learn about the healing properties of water, because clean “living” water plays a critical role in cell performance and energy production. Besides these health benefits, living water is also important for raising your frequency.

Water plays such an important role for life to exist that without it we can not survive for a week. This is one of the reasons why water is found in large volumes in most life forms, including human beings. According to some scientists, the human body is made of roughly 70 percent water.

Water is not just a transparent, odorless, and tasteless liquid made of compounds of hydrogen and oxygen. At the deeper levels, water is conscious to a certain point and has the ability to store information or memory. In other words, water is “alive” to a certain degree.

Water Has Memory

The Differences Between “Living” Water and “Dead” Water

“Living” water is clean water that has energetics (i.e., minerals) and healing information. The best source of living water is natural spring water. Unfortunately, most natural spring water sources these days are polluted with harmful chemicals and disease-causing microorganisms, so it is unsafe to drink. As for “dead” water, it is polluted water that lacks energetics.

The following excerpt contains information extracted from my fifth seminar titled Health and Wellness, Healing “Living” Water, and Advanced Healing Technology, which explores the differences between living water and dead water.

What is “Dead” Water?

“Dead” water is water that lacks energetics, healing information, and organic minerals. A great example of dead water is tap water. You should avoid drinking tap water as much as possible, because it contains harmful toxins, such as sodium fluoride and chlorine.

Some people think that distilled water is also dead water. In a way, distilled water is “dead” for the reason that it lacks energetics (i.e., minerals). However, distilled water is much cleaner than tap water and is nearly 100 percent free of harmful chemicals. To make distilled water more alive, you need to add organic minerals to it before drinking it.

Most water mineral products sold on the market have inorganic minerals, which can be harmful to your body. Organic minerals are found in plant food and inorganic minerals are found in soil. Inorganic minerals are natural but they are NOT organic.

What is “Living” Water?

Living water is water that has tumbled over rocks and other natural minerals, causing it to flow in certain ways and absorb the energy of Earth. This process causes the water to become more energetically alive, fresh, and vibrant. It also restores water molecules to their true original and energized state.

The most convenient way to drink “living” water is to install a structured water system or a distilled water unit in your home that has the ability to remineralize the water. Be aware that water that has been structured by a structured water system is not the same as water that has been structured naturally.

Why You Should Drink “Living” Water

Living water contains energetics and healing information. In other words, it is energized water that is great for increasing your energy, health and frequency. This type of water plays a critical role in cell performance.

Because living water is important for cell health, when your cells lack living water, it negatively affects every system of your body, causing fatigue and other health issues. On the positive side, when your body is saturated with clean, energized water, it allows your cells to communicate better and eliminate toxins faster. This will increase your frequency, help you lose weight, and slow down the aging process.

How to Drink “Living” Water

Natural spring water sources have the best living water. Unfortunately, natural spring water these days is often polluted with harmful chemicals and disease-causing microorganisms, so it is unsafe to drink. This problem can be solved with the help of water distillers or reverse osmosis systems and structured water units.

My suggestion would be to purchase and install a water distiller or a reverse osmosis system in your home. Water distillers and reverse osmosis systems are excellent for removing sodium fluoride and other contaminants from tap water. To learn the shocking truth of sodium fluoride, read this informative article titled A Mainstream Media Admits Fluoride is Toxic: Video Shows It Can Eat Through Concrete.

After the water is filtered by a water distiller or a reverse osmosis system, pour it into a portable structured water unit. Keep in mind that when it comes to filtering out contaminants, structured water units are not as good as water distillers and reverse osmosis systems.

One thing you should know about reverse osmosis systems is that their polymeric membranes have residues that can contaminate water as it passes through the membranes. If you are worried about this minor issue, use a water distiller instead of a reverse osmosis system to purify water. Be aware that distilled water should not be consumed for longer periods of timebecause it is nearly free of minerals, causing it to seize minerals from whatever it touches in the body. To avoid this problem, add minerals to distilled water before drinking it.

If the water filtration system that you used to filter water does not have the ability to remineralize water, you should add organic plant minerals into the water before drinking it. It may be better to add the plant minerals into the water before structuring it with a structured water unit. Adding plant minerals into the water will energize it, making it more “alive” and vibrant. For distilled water, it is wise to add minerals to it to reduce the risk of osteoporosis. Pure distilled water is corrosive, so make sure its pH is near 7.0 before drinking it.

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