Charging the Water

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Water has memory…think of a glass of water in the sunshine, it memorizes the heat and holds it.  The water in your body remembers the greeting you did or did not receive when you got home.  The water bed remembers your tossing and turning, holding that memory for the next evening.  Water remembers energy.

We must recharge; drinking good water with good intention is essential to our health and survival.

An open thread today, resting and reflecting…

21 Responses to “Charging the Water”

  1. 1 Troy January 9, 2011 at 7:33 am

    Last night on Faux non-News, Geraldo commie Rivera had Congresscritters all lined up so they could spew out anti-gun propaganda….They plan to use this gov-op shooting to go after people’s guns.

  2. 2 justafly January 9, 2011 at 8:30 am

    The first miracle that was recorded to have been performed by Jesus the Messiah involved water and the cleansing of the debauchery on Earth involved water. Water is life!

  3. 3 Pieter Nosworthy January 9, 2011 at 8:58 am

    “When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before and the first of what is still to come.”-Leonardo da Vinci

    “When the well is dry, we know the worth of water.”-BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, (1706-1790), Poor Richard’s Almanac, 1746

    I worry that though our souls may be redeemed with the periodic ritual cleansing but are only thereafter polluted again with a stubborn lack of change in our sinful ways. Why bother? This accusation applies to me as much as anyone.


    • 4 Pieter Nosworthy January 9, 2011 at 9:13 am

      In light of the Franklin quote, I wonder if the Love of God, if removed, would be fealt by some that are our fellow American. That Love is an entitlement? Deep down I’m a Calvinist, the Lord has Wrath on those that are contrary to the Word. Albeit, it would be egotistical to speak for the Lord and assume we know his specific Mind.

      Thanks for the thread…certainly a good one for the Sabbath.


    • 5 Paula January 9, 2011 at 10:32 am

      In response to your statement, “I worry that though our souls may be redeemed with the periodic ritual cleansing but are only thereafter polluted again with a stubborn lack of change in our sinful ways. Why bother? This accusation applies to me as much as anyone.” My personal testimony in regards to periodic ritual cleansing is that I no longer have to concern myself with them, because ALL my sins are cleansed by the blood of Jesus Christ, who became sin for me that I might have the righteousness of God in Him (2 Cor. 5:20-21, KJV).

      This He did not only for me, but for all. The only requirement for one to obtain this great salvation is to trust that Christ died for their sins and rose again for their justification. The justification that the Lord Jesus Christ offers removed the sin, as well as the need to be cleansed from those sins on a periodic basis; it was done once and for all at His cross, and his sacrifice, alone, is sufficient.

      Have you believed the gospel: the justification that Christ offers you through faith in His blood shed on the cross for your sins, or are you endearing yourself to the religious, man-made notion that His sacrifice would only be sufficient when you add a need to cleanse what He couldn’t? So the question to ask yourself is what are you really believing?

      • 6 Pieter Nosworthy January 9, 2011 at 11:06 am

        I believe that the purifying water is not endless or necessarily deserved. It is neither an entitlement nor something to be wasted on those who, perhaps, sincerely recant their sinful ways but refuse to change such.

        Jesus deserves better from his flock.


    • 7 Dora January 9, 2011 at 4:25 pm

      What a beautiful quote by Leonardo da Vinci.
      My goodness – was there anything that man couldn’t do?
      He was a rare genius.

  4. 8 Katie January 9, 2011 at 10:12 am

    Too many important articles to link –

    Please go to and get informed on facts.

    The propaganda machine is in high gear.

  5. 9 tiger 7 January 9, 2011 at 10:17 am

    Again, Dr. K, a very thought provoking theme—Water, so simple, onlt two elements, yet so essential to our existence. Both essential and also so dangerous. It sustains our lives and can destroy our lives. We must protect and nurture it and be aware of its potential harm .When it gets contaminated, we must cleanse it,when it becomes too hot or freezes, we must moderate it.
    The concept of water is somewhat analagous to our Nation.

  6. 12 no-nonsense-nancy January 9, 2011 at 10:32 am

    Like the water in a river flows forward so must we “flow” forward in our endeavor to restore our constitutional republic and never lose sight of our God who made it a great country by our forefathers’ hands and has designated us to save it in it’s time of great peril. Though we may sin along the way, after all we are human, we will be forgiven if we truly want to be forgiven. We must continue to proceed in peaceful means and not allow the evil ones to coerce us into doing anything violent.

    Dr. Kate, thank you for the videos. I never before heard of “singing” bowls of water. It is a beautiful art. Do you have to have an earthen ware type bowl?
    At a church yard sale event last summer or choir director had Snapple bottles lined up on tables with various levels of water in them and the children (and adults) played tunes by tapping the sides of the bottles with spoons from sheet music she had lying on the tables.It was very unique.

  7. 13 Physics Rule January 9, 2011 at 12:03 pm

    > it memorizes the heat and holds it

    That is physically absurd. Heat dissipates. Otherwise water would be a perfect storage for energy with 100% efficiency. Have you tried that at your home? Funny, doesn’t work, does it?

    • 14 drkate January 9, 2011 at 12:25 pm

      Did you know that water has more memory than a silicon computer chip?

      Of course heat dissipates, like duh.

      Water is the perfect storage for energy. Why do you think they cool nuclear rods with water?

  8. 15 Jan January 9, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    Physics Rule, there always seems to be someone that throws cold water on a peaceful idea.

  9. 17 Jan January 9, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Didn’t know where else to post this but it is some vital info on Bill Gates and Monsanto.
    They are out to get us one way or another. If they have enough money, they think they can play GOD. Guess what God is greater than any of them.

  10. 18 Katie January 9, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    One of the simplest quotes I’ve ever heard came from the comedian, Gallagher.

    “Water can make a decision.”

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