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The Water of Life

Imagine rain falling down high up in the mountains. The air is unpolluted and the warm sunshine is giving far infrared energy to the water as it flows down a stream over rocks, gravel and sand and picking up minerals and the earth’s magnetic energy as it moves further downstream. Some of this water disappears underground and will not resurface until it becomes a spring. Imagine this natural water fountain from the earth as it gushes out giving forth pure spring water. This is water that nature intended us to drink.

Unfortunately, in our unnaturally modern and urbanized environment, we are not able to experience this. Water is supplied to us using long pipes. The water is exposed to high pressure and flows straight through the pipes. This causes the water clusters to break down and minerals are lost in the process. This creates water that is unhealthy for the body. On top of that, in the interest of public health, chlorine and a whole host of chemicals are added to the water to kill the germs and other micro organisms. Is this what you want to drink? By the way, boiling your water will not get rid of the chemicals.

Where there is water, there is life. It is no coincidence that the earth is 70% water and the average human body is 70% water. According to Masaru Emoto when he asks, “So how can people live happy and healthy lives? The answer is to purify the water that makes up 70% of your body.”

So how do we get this water that nature intended us to drink?

Over 30 years ago when Japanese researchers were doing research on plant growth cycles, they stumbled upon a form of water they named “pi”. The plants and other vegetation were thriving in this water. “Pi” is the Greek word for “life”. Also referred to as “living water”, Pi water is the closest water to human body water.

At an International Symposium on Preventative Oncology held in France in 1998, the following was reported on pi water:

  1. It has high anti-oxidation properties because of its ability to eliminate free radicals.
  2. It also provides far infrared energy from the sun and can transfer this energy to other living systems.
  3. It enhances anti-body activities.
  4. It carries more oxygen throughout the body, creating an oxygen rich environment which destroys anaerobic organisms (cancer is anaerobic).
  5. It creates minute clusters which improves the functions of cells and the detoxifying effects of water.
  6. It improves cellular adaptation to stress and stressful environments.
  7. It neutralizes the pH of water, bringing it to just above 7, which is very close to the pH of the body.
  8. It enhances the transmission of information throughout the body.

Don’t you want to know how to get this water? Well, I will introduce this to you in my next post.

In the meantime, the following quote makes a lot of sense.

“You’re not sick; you’re thirsty. Don’t treat thirst with medication.”
Dr. F. Batmanghelidj

Please go check out his website call WaterCure.

I will be back very soon.

Acidity Kills! The Acid-Alkaline Balance

Wow, what a reception! I would like to thank everyone who commented on my last post, Drinking Distilled Water Is Dangerous For Your Health. The reason I wrote it the way I did was to elicit exactly this sort of response from you. I would like to clarify that I am writing from my own experience. Please do your own research and I would like to suggest that you check out the following website on “Why Purified Water and Distilled Water are Bad For You” by Zoltan P. Rona MD, MSc.

In the meantime, this discussion would not be complete if I did not look into the importance of the acid-alkaline or pH balance of our body. The facts in this post has been “distilled” (no pun intended) from the book, “Blood Never Lies” by Ted Aloisio.

Otto Warburg, Nobel Prize winner, discovered the connection between health and pH balance. He also proved that cancerous cells could live and develop in the absence of oxygen.

pH is a measurement of how acid or alkaline a substance is. pH or potential hydrogen refers to hydrogen ion activity. All fluids have a pH from 0 to 14. A pH of one is pure acid and can make a hole in solid steel. Our internal body fluids have a pH level of 7.35 to 7.45 with the exception of the fluid in the stomach which should be acidic. At 7.2, the body experiences acidosis. At 7, you are dead. Continue reading

Drinking Distilled Water is Dangerous to Your Health

Glass of WaterI learned from Vivienne that her friend in Malaysia is drinking distilled water, and I immediately went on the computer to write this post. I cannot procrastinate anymore on sharing this information which has affected my health and well being.

Did you know that distilled water can endanger your health?

I did not know that until I became a VICTIM.

I changed my water dispenser from mineral water to distilled water in my office a few years ago. Months later, I could not walk. The pain was so severe I was limping to work everyday. Then fortunately, I lost my job and stopped drinking the water. The pain went away but I did not get the connection until I was introduced to a water system that has changed my life around.

I learned that distilled water is free of dissolved minerals and because of this, it has the special property of being able to actively absorb toxic substances from the body and eliminate them. This is good only for a short period of time but over time it can become potentially dangerous.

Distilled Water causes infection, inflammation and CANCER.

When distilled water comes into contact with air, it absorbs Continue reading

Hello, I’m Betty

Hello everyone and a Happy New Year to you!

I received an SMS from Vivienne this morning reminding me that today is a good day to start posting my article which I wrote for this website a couple of months ago. She had been on my case to start posting but I had been putting it off with a whole bunch of excuses. So here I am on the first day of 2008 having told her that I would. I consider this a success as I am as computer un-savvy as one can get!

Anyway, I started to do it but instead, I would like to do something else. As I am new to this community, it would be more appropriate for me to introduce myself and perhaps share how and why I made a conscious decision to be well and healthy.

You see, I got into the health industry rather accidentally having been retrenched from my job in 2001. Back then, I did not give two hoots about health and I looked and felt it. I was fat, unfit and unhealthy. I could not even run across the road if a bus was coming at me to save my life. But, of course, I did not do anything about it. Instead, I got depressed and ate some more. Things got a bit serious when I started having pains in my knees and needed help climbing the stairs. At 42, I was behaving like an old lady. The doctors could not help me Continue reading