Who doesn’t love water? We bathe in it, cook with it, drink it and swim in it. It can cool us off when we’re hot and heat us up when we’re cold. However, there’s a lot more to water than meets the eye. Cutting edge scientific research that’s being conducted right now tells us that water has a memory. Although some may find this controversial, mounting evidence shows us that water holds whatever energy we put into it. Join Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating in this intriguing new video from IPEtv as he unearths the science behind how water carries energetic imprints and how this can affect our body chemistry.
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Here is a transcript of this week’s video:
Greetings, friends. I’m Marc David, founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. Let’s talk about the energy of water.
And I want to admit right up front, I have a love affair with water. Come on. We drink it. We bathe in it. We get it in waterfalls. We get it in rivers and streams and oceans. We’re made of it. And it’s arguably the most underrated substance in the world. And it’s easy to take water for granted if you have enough of it, which not all of the world does.
So I just want to take a few minutes and share with you some great facts about water. Check it out. So water is the most common substance found on earth. Check this out.
Scientists agree that all the water on the earth, all of it arrived in comets and asteroids.
Did you know that? And this happened around 3.8 to 4.5 billion years ago, a period that astronomers called the Late Heavy Bombardment. That’s wild. The water is alien in nature. It’s extraterrestrial.
Check this out. 70% of your brain is water. 66% of the human body is water, 60% to 66%. If you’re a baby, it’s about 75% of your body is water. Wow! Check this out. 80% of all illnesses in the developing world is water related.
Now, there’s more. And a lot of people here, “Oh, I’m supposed to drink eight glasses of water per day.” Did you know that there’s no scientific studies to support the recommendation of drinking eight glasses of water a day? Even though a lot of us are dehydrated and we need to drink water. It depends on your body.
Now, the weight a person loses directly after intense physical activity is weight from water. It’s not fat. So if you work out really, really hard and you go weigh yourself, you go, “Oh, my God! I lost 2 pounds, 3 pounds, 4 pounds,” it’s water weight.
Now, there’s a lot of studies considered controversial by some for sure – but that’s the scientific world – that demonstrate that water has memory. This is a big one, my friends.
So when we say that water has memory, I want you to understand something. This is an eminently believable scientific fact. And it’s not a huge leap of faith when you understand that molecules such as DNA, which help you be you, DNA is a memory factory. It’s a library. DNA has memory.
Are you on a computer right now? It has memory. What has memory? Those little silicon chips made from silicone that comes from the earth. Substance has memory. Our brain is our memory factory. And it’s 70% water. Huh! Water holds memory.
Check this out. Did you ever see the old ritual when you take a coin and you make a wish and you throw it into the fountain? Where does that come from? Well, metal, a coin, conducts communication. Think telephone wires. So the original telephones, it’s basically you pick up a gizmo. And it’s got a long copper wire that can go across the country. And it can transmit signals and vibration. And you can talk to somebody through a metal wire.
So metal conducts. And you take that mental coin. You put your intention into it. And it takes that thought. It takes that energy. And then you toss it into the water. And it disperses into the atmosphere. That’s the wish that you made.
There are studies with water where you hold water – and this is crazy; this is science – you hold water.
You pray over it. You put positive intentions into it.
Then you take that water and you use it to water seedlings. And then you take unprayed water. And you water some other seedlings. And the water and the plants that have been watered with the prayed-over water show dramatically more plant growth than the regular water. Like wow! That’s wild.
So if the leading edge researchers are right and if water does indeed have memory, then what we put into water is magnified and absorbed into the body. So if your water is fluoridated, if it’s been overly chemicalized or if it’s polluted, then please drink better water. Get a great water filter for your home. Use some spring water. Or try to find some wild source of water whenever possible.
But here’s the bottom line, my friends. Water is more complex than we could ever know. And like everything else in life, what goes around comes around. So what you put into it is what you get out of it. Put good energy into your water. And good things come back to you.
And that’s the magic of life.
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