Much of the water we drink is polluted with chlorine and other contaminants. Dr. Cousens, a revolutionary nutritionist, recommends that we make our own “living water”: Water that is biologically well-structured and able to hold cosmic energy. In alignment with the principles of Dr. Emoto (whose work with the structure of water crystals was shown in the popular film “What the Bleep Do We Know?”) Dr. Cousens believes that we can beneficially alter the water we drink, filling it with positivity. As Cousens says, “It’s been proven. You can put any prayer you want. You can put love, you can give thanks, you can put anything you want in ithopefully you’ll want to put something positive in itand then you stir it, and that brings energy into it in different ways. We want to put love into it, and any other prayers you put in, so you’re drinking that love and those prayers.”
According to many experts, moonlight activates water, as well. Here’s how to make your own beneficial drinking-water using the power of moonlight:
1. Distill the water to get rid of pesticides, herbicides, and chlorine.
2. Add 1/8 of a teaspoon of natural, unprocessed sea salt to a gallon of water to put hydrogen, a high-electron substance, into it.
3. Let the water sit overnight in the moonlight. As Cousens points out, “It gathers the energy of the earth in the moonlight. And that seems to activate the water. And then, you have very powerful, energized water that you can trust, and it’s a lot cheaper than buying bottled water, which you can’t trust.” At this point, your water has transformed into a “universal antioxidant” which can be used by all the cells in your body.
Adapted from Spiritual Nutrition, by Gabriel Cousens (North Atlantic Books, 2005). Copyright (c) 2005 by Gabriel Cousens. Reprinted by permission of the author.
Adapted from Spiritual Nutrition, by Gabriel Cousens, M.D. (North Atlantic Books, 2005).
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