WATER AND ITS HIDDEN MESSAGES
The main idea behind these new series of article is to educate us that water has lots of things to teach humanity on natural laws and spiritual consciousness, to reclaim our health, to create peace, to make the world beautiful and bring happiness to the planet. The importance of water is shown in the fact that humans and the earth are composed mostly of water and it responds to how we treat it. I am inspired by Masaru Emoto; his book on The Hidden Messages of Water actually transformed my consciousness.
i) WATER HAS THE ABILITY TO COPY AND MEMORIZE INFORMATION
Water existed before the earth was created. Water of the oceans, for example, has memories of the creature that live in the ocean. To understand water is to understand nature and life itself. Our knowledge of the Book of Genesis is that in the beginning God created the heaven and the earth, the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. The Book of Psalm also stated that the earth is the Lord’s, and all its fullness, the world and those who dwell therein, for He has founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the waters. In the beginning of creation everything began without form in water until God formed all visible things by separating the earth from the waters.
The fact that water has the ability to copy and memorize information shows that humans have the ability to mirror the world and become sensitive to the frequency being emitted by the world. Humans are 70 percent water, that is why we are prone to good and bad influences or imitations, but we can transform our soul to beauty by exposing it to right information. Good music and positive words produce beautiful crystals in water as experimented by Emoto, hence we can overcome bad emotions and influences by reading good books and listening to good music.
Power of Integrating
I can deduce that people lose interest in intuition because their conscious minds can’t correctly interpret the melange of symbol, sound, and feeling delivered to them. Intuition is always right but its language is not always as clear as a yes or no. When my logic reasoning is stronger towards a particular outcome than my intuitive reasoning, I can investigate further with the power of integrating. Sometimes, our knowledge of a particular subject can limit our intuition in only a particular direction, blocking out other useful information. This is the essence of integrating our logic and intuitive observations.
Intuition should add to good judgment, not replace it. I have come to learn that I should not rely on intuition alone to make decisions but simply to add information to what I already know and feel. It’s good to learn how intuitive information can be clearly separated from intellectual and emotional information. Instead of getting lost, intuitive data can be matched against what our senses tell us and what our thinking tells us and what our feelings tell us, giving us a powerful system of checks and balances. The point is to keep our intuition separate from our knowledge and feelings initially, so that it can later be integrated to greater effect.
A friend of mine shared a personal experience with me about his wife whose sickness defied medical solution, but one day while sitting down and dosing off, he saw in a brief dream the ingredients he should prepare and apply on her body to heal her. The point is that empirical or intellectual information and intuitive information sometimes have to be integrated to improve our chance of survival.
Power of Reporting
Our sources of intuitive information are external sensations (seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, tasting) and internal sensations (thoughts, feelings, moods, memories). Reporting everything we notice from these sources without one interfering with the other enhances creativity and intelligence. Reporting and drawing from our inner senses give us quickness of perception, an improved mental power such that we cannot be blank on any subject. We enhance our intuitive capacity by learning to take a deep breath, focusing on any one of the internal sensations and allowing it to lead us to another sensation and so on. We also need to allow every ‘noise’ or distraction to recede and report everything we feel without judging its worth, or relevance. Power of reporting entails gathering and noting intuitive information. Learning to report sensations, thoughts, and feelings as they are experienced makes us become articulate and brilliant, for example, a car beeping or nose that itches or any other impression we are receiving that does not make sense to the ordinary minds have to be reported. We don’t need to mentally struggle to receive information from the universe but simply allow whatever we are receiving in response to a question to be reported – therein lies the answer .
Power of Trusting
It is revealing that power of pretending leads to power of trusting in order to develop intuition. I can train myself to develop a mindset that doesn’t need to see evidence before believing, and a fixed mental attitude to overcome challenges. I can also develop the ability to comprehend issues and believe in a certain way. To trust is to have insight into hidden things, going beyond what can be explained ordinarily, and identifying the limitations of logic and rationality as the sole means of guidance. In my daily decisions I have the ability to consciously use my internal senses and power of trusting to obtain hidden information on any subject, and to dissolve doubts. Due to intellectual reasoning, not many investors can notice and trust the signs being sent to them as the billionaire, George Soros did to buy stocks- the lesson here is that every miracle in all areas of life is a product of the power of trusting.According to Laura Day, “Intuition is knowing without knowing why you know.” The trick to tapping into the power of intuition is to first understand that it exists. Once we are convinced that we have it in us, we simply have the faith that it works, and sure enough, it will. Intuition makes us to “know” things beyond our field of direct experience and this gives us the wisdom to handle our finances, health, and relationships with wisdom.
Like many others, I previously had difficulty in trusting my intuition because I had preconceived ideas about how the world works and I had been quick to dismiss my intuitive insights with statements like; “That can’t be true. “It is mere coincidence.” Such statements have to be eliminated from our thinking in order to develop our power of trusting.