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Friday, November 21, 2008

The Secrets of the water

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The secrets of the water

Most people, with few exceptions, are soothed and calmed by the sounds of trickling or splashing water. Have you ever sat at the beach and thought how peaceful it was? Have you sat by the pool or by a running creek and enjoyed the tranquility that the quite sounds of running water gave you? Water has always had a soothing effect on our minds and spirit.

Man has employed the psychic phenomenon influence of water since the beginning of human tribal cultures using its energetic qualities for bearing the mind into the future, saintly purification and soul rekindling.

Half of the earth is water; our body is three-quarters water. Water represents the interface between the 4th emotional dimension in which we live and the 5th dimensional sphere of our Spirit. Many studies have shown subtle effects of healers upon hydrogen bonding and infrared absorption of water. None of these scientific studies can compare with the beauty and clear messages shown by Dr. Emoto's elegant work. The impact of thought and beauty has never before been demonstrated so well.

What’s the spirit of water? Does water have a spirit? As we know, it’s somewhat conscious. It certainly has life and it’s certainly got physical quality. The spirit of water may be the same thing as the real spirit of humanity.

If words, thoughts and images can change the crystal structure of water, imagine how they can transform our bodies. But vise versa, may the water have the capability to change our emotional states?

The element of water teaches us to allow our emotions to adapt in balance and harmony to the currents of life. Water flows gently in a quiet stream, rages in a downhill cascade of wild water, majestically forms deep, placid lakes in open valleys, or may be dammed up by constricting ice or canyon walls - but always conforming to the requirements of the environment and prepared for change at a moment's notice.

In dreams, water represents God and his ministry. If the water you are in is clean, this means your connection to God is clear. If it is dirty, then there is a disconnection between you and God.

Water means emotion, and it has meant emotion, more often than not, for many thousands of years. Water, first of all, in its primal meaning, relates to spirit. However, spirit, has no objective body or form to manifest through in the material world of our waking conscious reality. Without form there can be no image. But, because of its nature, the subconscious must use images to display the artifacts of its operation and experiences. So, the subconscious mind, being located in-between the conscious mind and the superconscious mind, must look into the world of the conscious awareness and find a form which can be used to satisfactorily personify the intended meaning. There in the outer world it finds that the qualities and characteristics of water, such as its ability to manifest in 3 states (solid, liquid & gaseous), its flowing and changing nature, its permeation of our lives--both within and without our physical bodies, its cleansing qualities, and its absolute necessity for physical survival, allow it to form the basis of an association of likeness to the greater meaning of that which many of us assumes exists, and call spirit. But because we have no other contextual form with which to visualize and understand the qualities of spirit, water is used by the subconscious as the perfect symbol, or metaphor, for it.

And now, when we reflect on this a little more, we get to the second stage of the meaning of the water symbol related to our inner selves..., which is what dreams reflect and display to us. Emotion is one of those words, which very specifically points to a reality. But that reality is only inner reality. Emotion does not exist in a physical form out in the waking world of conscious awareness. You can't find an emotion walking around in the real world. You cannot capture one for dissection and study. It is an internally “felt” force and not a thing, which can be handled or measured. This inner force needs to be identified by the subconscious as analogous to something in the outer world in order for us to have any chance of consciously understanding the intended meaning given in a dream. And since the state of our "spirit" is directly manifested “through” the state of our "emotions", the subconscious assumes that the two are essentially identical....and thus it can use the image of water to display a form to our conscious minds when it means spirit and/or emotion. So, to the subconscious mind, which is the "speaker", or "translator" between the superconscious level of mind and the conscious level of mind, in the mental movies of our dreams, water is the physical (outer) form of the symbol, emotion is the mental (inner) form of the symbol, and spirit is the primal...non-manifested...essence of the meaning.

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Ea (Enki) stands in his watery home the Apsu

Interestingly enough Stargates been connected to water since Sumerian times. You can see water columns on both sides of a stargate on Sumerian tablets of 6000 B.C. The "water" represented on both sides of the gateway and the stairs receding into the entry. The God (Enki) emerging is obviously represented as being in the distance by perspective, coming out of the gate.

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This relief in the British Museum show the Anunnaki King Ninurta in a Gateway. He is very clearly using a finger to push something on the wall of the Gate (3). Is he activating the Portal? His bracelet looks very similar to a modern wrist watch (2) and the emblem around his neck matches the design for Mount Meru and is very similar to our modern radiation symbol. This symbols has been identified as also representing the power of the "Dark Star" – Nibiru.

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Of course you saw the movie Stargate and TV series Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis.

Is water a medium through which we can access other dimension? But this is for other times.

Let’s get back to our everyday stressful lives.

We are using showers to clean our bodies and get rid of accumulated energy. But what about our Soul and Spirit? How relaxing would it be if when you return home from a stressed out and busy day and you sit in the comfort of your own living room and look at the pictures in this gallery and after 15 minutes you feel relaxed? Try to imagine the soundtreck for each picture. I didn’t add soundtracks as by creating them in your mind you will create the appropriate vibrations that will put you in tune with the Creator and cleanse your Spirit.




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Color Gray conveys next meanings - formal, conservative, sophisticated

Native Americans associate gray with friendship. Gray is the symbol for security, maturity and dependability. It connotes responsibility and conservative practicality.

Gray is the true neutral color. Its energy imparts void, emptiness, lack of movement, emotion, warmth and identifying characteristics. Because of this, gray can be restful. It has a detached and isolated feeling. Gray can have a cooling effect when placed next to other more vibrant colors. It has a stabilizing effect, making vibrant colors stand out while muting their vibration.

Put some gray in your life when you want:

  • to emphasize your willingness to comply
  • a neutral, non-invasive feeling
  • to reduce the intense energy of another color
  • to feel detached or isolated

Gray gemstones are healing stones and can assist in improving relationships toward more stability.

Gray clothing suggests efficiency and is often used for this in the business world. Gray can also suggest lack of imagination, so should be used carefully. Gray will emphasize neutrality. Too much gray, or the wrong shades will suggest lack of character, initiative and detachment. Add a hint of another color to gray clothing to express efficiency with personality.

Cool colors tend to have a calming effect. At one end of the spectrum they are cold, impersonal, antiseptic colors. At the other end the cool colors are comforting and nurturing. Blue, green, and the neutrals white, gray, and silver are examples of cool colors.

Gray is the color of intellect, knowledge, and wisdom. It is perceived as long-lasting, classic, and often as sleek or refined. It is a color that is dignified, conservative, and carries authority. Gray is controlled and inconspicuous and is considered a color of compromise, perhaps because it sits between the extremes of black and white. Gray is a perfect neutral, which is why designers often use it as a background color.

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