This film is about water, the most amazing yet least studied substance. From times immemorial, scientists, philosophers and theologians tried to understand its explicit and implicit properties, which are phenomenal, beyond the common physical laws of nature.
Witness recent, breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide from Russia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Israel, the USA, Britain, Austria, Japan, Argentina, China and Tibet.
The arguments expound upon unexpected and challenging assumptions enlightening many years of research to open humankind to new horizons, such as the applications of structured water in agriculture, or the use of water in treatment for the most serious diseases and more.
The Geography of the film spans the globe. The implications go beyond the solar system, suggesting that water has the ability to convey messages faster than light, perhaps linking water with the absolute. Water is so unique, and so profound, its miraculous properties are still awaiting to be discovered.
It is intriguing to learn that water has been in existence ever since the creation of earth and is the only thing on earth that can exist in three states. Water is soft and yielding, and yet it can penetrate the hardest rocks over time, as noted in the video. Spiritually speaking, water represents life, and it is interesting to see that the structure of the water changes according to outside influences, such as the emotional energy of human thoughts. I learnt this recently from Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto’s studies on water and emotions. It is a mystery how water is an organic memory chip storing information.
Maybe water is a physical manifestation of the Spirit, just as wind or breath is a physical but unseen manifestation of the Spirit. When Jesus turned the water into wine, maybe he was projecting emotions of joy and delight onto the water, which turns the structure and even the chemical properties of water into those of wine, so that the guests can continue to drink wine and celebrate the wedding. I also learn that the gospel of grace is the water of the Word, which cleanses us from a guilty conscience and presents us as a glorious bride, holy, blameless, without spot, wrinkle or any such thing, even as we are reminded of our true divine identity.
I find the video on the great mystery of the water interesting as it makes science come alive with the knowledge that water crystals change according to outside influences, such as people’s emotions and the way it flows through man-made right-angled pipes in cities compared to the way it flows in natural curves of streams and rivers in Nature.
Incidentally, I came across this health article “Revitalize mind and body in the shower daily” just now, which talks about how alternating the temperature of water in the shower can help revitalise our mind and body. It recommends people to start with moderately warm water, then moderately cold water, and alternate the cycle, and end the shower with cold water. The short heat from the warm water will improve oxygen absorption of blood vessels, and the short cold from the cold water will boost immunity.
I find studying arts is more interesting than science and maths. When I was studying in school, I found that studying maths and science involves mainly memorising facts and formulas without much understanding. Even when I studied Geography, which is my favourite subject since it involves studying Nature including plants, animals, rocks, mountains, valleys, oceans, forests and so on, I found that the school studies mainly focus on knowledge and concepts, and not so much about understanding our oneness with Nature. Now, upon learning about the esoteric aspects of the Bible, I am learning to relate to mountains and valleys as symbolising several things, such as the landscape of our inner self or journey, or the perceived social status of people, and trees as symbolising humanity or the thought systems (eg tree of life and tree of knowledge of good and evil). This understanding makes Geography come alive too.
At the 18-20 minute mark of the video, the narrator said that the human brain is made up of 80 percent water. I think that explains how our brain retains memory since I learnt earlier that water itself is an organic memory chip which can store information from the surroundings.