10 April, 2016

Water has memory


Hindus take water in their palm while taking Sankalpa (Sanskrit: संकल्प) meaning a solemn vow or determination to perform a task, because water will hold the memory of that vow


As per the age old custom water blessed by a priest is sprinkled over others as a blessing since water retains the memory of the holy words of prayers that were uttered by the priest, the Hindu priest either dip a flower in water or use a Shank (conch shell) to sprinkle water over others


Water not only holds the memory of the words of prayers but also because water retains our thoughts, words, and feelings in short water absorbs the vibrations of our DNA


In a similarly way water can be thrown to curse someone








Baptism is carried out with water






Dr Luc Montagnier who shared the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 2008 for the discovery of HIV claims that DNA emits weak electromagnetic waves that cause structural changes in water that persist even in extremely high dilutions he was ridiculed by many


In october 2014 The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) hosted a meeting set up by Nobelist Luc Montagnier to discuss his controversial research on what has become known as “the memory of water.” at the agency’s Paris headquarters they discussed the virologist’s idea that water can carry information via an electromagnetic imprint from DNA and other molecules.


The meeting had raised little public opposition from researchers, the announcement on UNESCO’s website acknowledged its controversial nature yet they held the conference because people have started to realize this fact of water memory which the ancients had understood



Professor Jeff Reimers, of the University Of Sydney in Australia, has concluded from experiments that DNA can mysteriously be teleported and I add here that water absorbs the vibrations of the DNA which are teleported


For those of you, who may want to do this simple experiment at home, have to taste the food or water which your wife serves you when she is angry


Ganga


The scriptures tell us all in story form; the story of King Bhagirath who performed tap (spiritual austerities) to bring the Ganga on Earth to wash the sins of his ancestors convey the fact that water in its purest form like the Ganga water has the power to cleanse our spiritual body.


I cannot explain the feeling when I took the water of Bhagirathi in my palm right at her origin at Gaumukh the snout of the Gangotri glacier, in the below photo you can see the Gaumukh in the background








 



Close-up of Gaumukh (2015)




Me at Gaumukh




Myself at Tapovan with the Gangotri glacier in the background






Dancing dancing, the Bhagirathi goes on it journey of more than 2500 Kms supporting an entire civilization, a lifeline to approximately 500 million people (the way Indians are fast multiplying the figure will leap every year)



From Bhojbasa to Gaumukh






It is also nicely explained in story form that it was not possible for Ganga to descend at once this would have created an impact which would have caused destruction hence she was broken up in tributaries (the story that Shiv took her in his matted locks) so finally when all tributaries meet she is called Ganga. This happens at a place called Devprayag where there is the confluence of Alaknanda and Bhagirathi


pic tilak soni


Me taking a dip at devprayag



A tīrtha (Sanskrit: तीर्थ), term denotes a site of pilgrimage which literally means "a ford, a shallow part of a body of water that may be easily crossed", has come to connote places of pilgrimage associated with sacred water. Hence a visit to places of a sacred water body is a pilgrimage


Water is eternal


Water was present even before the beginning of time


All religions mention the Primordial existing water before the birth of the Universe


The avatars of Vishnu tell us the story of Human evolution, the first avatar is Matsya the fish signifying that all life forms were created in water



Water covers about 70% of Earth’s surface, makes up about 70% of your mass


Water is the only substance that exists naturally on Earth in all three physical states of matter—gas, liquid, and solid—and it is always on the move among them


Water is the only substance that has its highest density as a liquid.


Water does not follow the laws of Physics


Water is thoroughly obedient it goes smoothly around all obstacles


With patience and persistence, water penetrates the hardest stone but unleashes it power when ordered by God


Gangajal that is Ganga water never goes bad or putrefies


It has been scientifically proved that solar system’s water is older than the sun


On 22 July 2011 a report described the discovery of a gigantic cloud of water vapor containing "140 trillion times more water than all of Earth's oceans combined" around a quasar located 12 billion light years from Earth. According to the researchers, the "discovery shows that water has been prevalent in the universe for nearly its entire existence"


Salt water

Never ever underestimate the spiritual power of the simple salt crystal.


It can help cleanse, heal and balance energies, while repelling negative vibrations.


Salt acts as a spiritual weapon against negative energies and can also help you attract positive energy


Occasionally do add some salt crystals to your bath water. And also immerse your feet in a bucket of salt water to get rid of negative energies



While I hope and pray that one day you all may complete the journey to Gaumukh and take a dip in the Ganga with the wish in your heart to purify your aura, I also very strongly recommend that you visit the Rameshwaram temple in south India one of the chardhams. Here you first have to take a sea bath that is dip yourself on the sea shore called Agni Theertham then proceed to the temple which has 22 Kund Snan or Theerth Snan (wells) in which Attendants are there at each well and they will pour water on you before you finally enter the main temple; it is a very good spiritual experience







Wells inside the temple complex


pic janefultonalt blog


Selfie with the temple elephant



Most of Earth's oxygen comes from tiny ocean plants - called phytoplankton - that live in sea water near the water's surface ... Scientists estimate that phytoplankton contribute between 50 to 85 percent of the oxygen in Earth's atmosphere


The oceans salt water absorbs impurities including the CO2 emissions


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Human consciousness has an effect on water; do I have to tell you more about the sorry state of water on earth today. How polluted it has become, it is for all to reflect deeply (spiritual degradation is followed by physical degradation)



Wash me, cleanse me, purify my heart and set me free. Psalm 51:2
  


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