I felt that, considering how much rain we have had of late, this might be an appropriate entry to share.
For me, water is sacred. Not just sacred, but SACRED. Without it, we will all die. And we are a large percentage water-based. Water is also the element of the Emotions (Energy in motion) and of the Soul (the sacred spark within us). According to Dr. Emoto Masaru, water molecules can be altered with mere intent. So what we think and feel will have an effect on the quality of the water we drink on a cellular, molecular level. This, to me, makes total sense.
From the time I was a small child I have been aware of how water affects us. The lack of it can lead to organ failure. The over-abundance of it can cost us our home. Many people are actually not even taught about our body’s need for water, therefore they don’t listen to their body when it is asking for water. As a result they dehydrate themselves which leads to other physical ailments. I remember once being very dehydrated. I was light headed, disoriented, and ended up passing out. After an I.V. administration in the emergency room, I was able to feel normal again.
You would think that, considering how important our water is to our physical well-being, governing bodies would be quite invested in protecting water from contamination. Unfortunately, that is not how our governing systems seem to think. So it becomes an investment in time and energy for the people ourselves to stand up for the sacredness of water. Industry tends to not be cool with that. They would rather be reactive than proactive, cleaning up oil spills and dealing with illnesses that have been a result of contaminated water after the fact. But, let’s face it, first you have to PROVE that the illnesses are connected to the water. All of this becomes time consuming and quite expensive. Industry actually counts on the fact that the expense will deter people from standing up for clean water. It does not.
There are reasons, other than the fact that water is essential to our well-being and survival, that water is my thing. I mentioned in former blogs that I am a Water Witch. So what does that mean and what does it look like? Well, for example, let’s say that I am wanting to manifest something in my life. Let’s say that something is serenity. I can pour myself a glass of water, place my hands around my glass, and focus on the concept of serenity. As I do so, I am programming the molecules in the water for the feeling of serenity. Then I pour the water from that glass into another and back and forth (an act of alchemy) while I focus on what I am going to feel like once serenity flows through me. When I feel that this exchange of water is complete, I thank the water for the blessing of serenity and then sip the water throughout the day. Each sip brings with it such deep calm and deep peace that “serenity” is the only adequate word to describe it. And we can take that a step further by pouring a bit of that water into the jugs of water we use to water our household plants. Those molecules then change the makeup of those that are already in the jug. Thus the serenity water is what we feed our plants and they, in turn feed us serenity through the air we breathe. We can also add the serenity water to a fountain outside or a table top fountain, the flow of which keeps the alchemy going.
This sort of thing can be done for any number of goals. But water can also be used to release toxic energies. Pour a basin of water. Place your hands in the water and rest there, and as you do say, either aloud or just inwardly, “My release is everyone’s peace.” Then become aware of the feeling of the toxic energy flowing down your arms into the basin of water. Once it feels complete, you can remove your hands, shake them off, rinse them under cool running water (blessing them) and then dry off. You can then take the basin of water outside and offer it to the earth, asking the earth to transmute the toxic energies released into positive energy. When I do this, I like to water a plant with the basin of water. You would be AMAZED at how that plant will flourish and grow, compared to others that have not had that water ritual released into them. Yes, if you only have a sink and no basin, you can still do this. Then when it feels complete you can release the sink plug and allow the toxic energies to release to the earth via the plumbing system. Either way, you may also feel the need to cry during the ritual. That is okay. Tears are, after all, another form of the water element. And you may feel an urge to break out into laughter. That is also alright. Just as tears flow, laughter ripples, thus it is also a part of the water element. If I want to perform a soul journey or a soul retrieval, I begin with water…sipping it, then I proceed to do a journey of spirit, entering a large body of water, slowly walking into it until I am completely submerged, and continuing down, down, down to the lake bed or river bed. Then I go with the flow and allow my soul (the water element) to show me what I need to know and to bring to me what I need to reintegrate into my system. It is quite a powerful ritual. I also do a lot of water magic while soaking in a tub or standing in the shower. Water is very magical to me, so I take the opportunity to utilize it every chance I get.
As I water my plants, I often will focus on the water saturating their roots and I will chant, “Grow for me, grow for me. We are magical, you and I, so grow for me.” The plants hear this and it becomes a part of their water bodies as they lap up the molecules of water that have just been programmed. Someone once challenged this philosophy, saying to me that there is nothing that connects plants to chants. I cited several scientific studies regarding plants that grow better when spoken to in a gentle and warm fashion. Then he said to me, “Okay, then tell you what. I have a house plant that is on its last leg. If you can revive it using this methodology I will buy you dinner.” The house plant grew exponentially over a two week period. He bought me dinner. We laughed and laughed. Then he wanted me to do that with another plant. I agreed to. It flourished and he bought me drinks. The thing is that you cannot worry too much about the “how to” as much as the “what we want.” So it is important to dive in (do you see what I did there? Brilliant, eh?) and utilize the water element in a way that will feel completely congruent with who you are or what you want to become. Yes, begin with house plants. But know that this can also be used to manifest all sorts of other things in our world.
Our entire planet is predominantly water. Think about what a profound effect this sort of thing would have if we programmed the waters of the oceans for planetary healing! Think about what could be possible if we habitually blessed the waters of the rivers and streams. And what are the healing possibilities if we were to program a jug of water each day for good health and well-being? All of this could have a profound effect, not just on ourselves but also on the rest of our world. It can be very simple, with no pre-conceived notions of what it has to look like in the manifestation process. Just and intent will do.
I invite you to begin blessing your water. Utilize it as it was always meant to be.