At the Structured Water Frontier
The days of thinking water was just plain old H2O are long past with an increasing focus on the life-enhancing properties of structured water, says Martin Oliver
Humankind has explored the vast reaches of space, and the infinitesimally small nano world. Now we are starting to seriously investigate a subject that has so far eluded our thorough attention - water.
Erroneously considered by many to be nothing more sophisticated than a simple molecule, water is more mysterious than we think. Its 70 plus anomalous properties include expanding when it freezes, unlike most liquids, which contract when they are cooled.
Living things, including human beings, are about 70% water. To maximise our level of health, it is recommended to drink eight glasses per day, and also to remember that all waters are not equal.
The Magic Vortex
During the 20th century, a number of influential pioneers, including Viktor Schauberger, Rudolf Steiner and Theodore Schwenk, were influenced by the natural tendency of flowing water to spiral with a vortex motion that is encountered as a pattern throughout nature. They saw this motion as maintaining or enhancing its aliveness, and it has long been incorporated into flow forms where water is swirled in circular patterns.
Among water’s unusual properties is an anomaly point at 4 degrees Celsius (39 degrees Fahrenheit) where it reaches its maximum density. From his observations, Schauberger concluded that water reached its greatest vitality at this temperature, which was most commonly encountered in springs, and in streams protected from light and heat by protective thick vegetation.
Rudolf Steiner, the father of biodynamic agriculture, recommended a technique that involves stirring water and regularly reversing the direction of motion. Achieving a brief ‘chaotic’ state between the two rotation directions...
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