The other articles in this issue will explore some of the possibilities,
but here I want to share some of my own ideas about possible ways to combine and
apply these ideas. I recalled in the wee hours of this morning how I used to
solarize water for essence mixtures. Solarized water is spring water that has
been potentized by sitting in a glass on the windowsill for a day or so,
absorbing the sun's rays.
I gave it another spin by using glasses of various colors,
for at that point I was studying color healing through light.
For mixing essences to do with fear, I used water that had been solarized in
a cobalt blue glass. Deep blue like that helps to ease fear by increasing wisdom
and understanding. For mixing essences to do with creativity, I solarized
the water in an emerald green glass, since green helped with both creativity and
abundance. And so on -- you can read more about the power of color and light here. My clients would not only take the essence mixture made with the solarized water, I would also use the same color in guided meditations that we taped and that they played between sessions. The results were pretty amazing, she says modestly.
What if we went a few steps beyond that? What if the glass used to solarize the water had positive words related to your healing intent taped facing into the water the way Dr. Emoto suggests? Instead of "fear," for instance, you would write "courage." Instead of "lack," you would write "abundance." (Again, I would use glass in the color relevant to your purpose.) The solarized water would contain your intention. This could have implications for every stage of essence work, from making the essence, to mixing essences for yourself or others, to the way the user takes the essence.
Suppose you were making your own essences, and the bowl you used to create the mother essence contained water solarized with a color matching your intention? And what if you put underneath the bowl a paper with positive words relating to your intention? And if you focused on that intention while attuning to the devas of the plant or mineral or other realm so that you and those devas co-created the essence with clear intention.
Suppose that, as Cynthia suggests, you were mixing essences for yourself or others,
and you and the person clarified the intention behind the work? Then you have invoked in the ways that Dyer teaches. Then you have consciously selected
essences with a clear, sharp focus of that intention.
that when you mixed an essence for a client, you used solarized water that you had
already made, related to that healing issue. (Dosage bottles exist in cobalt blue and green,
not just the standard brown ones, so if the issue were related to blue or green light,
you might choose a bottle in that color.) Then, suppose that you taped to the bottle a
smaller piece of paper with positive words facing inward to the water. The label could
be applied on top of that.
Suppose, finally, that in taking the essence, the person
invoked the intention behind the essence mixture, then used affirmations designed
to enhance the effects of the that mixture. Would it take some effort? Yes. Would it
take some discipline? Yes. Would it take commitment? Yes, but how much more powerful
the result would be? Dr. Bier's second article, emotowater.html, will clarify why choosing to
participate actively in your own healing is crucial to the end result.
Wider, Global Applications
Are you wondering whether these ideas can be applied to more than just the needs of
individuals? Could groups of people applying these ideas have an impact on global concerns?
And can we, who are so dependent on the health of our water supply, use these idea to make
an impact on bodies of water that sustain us? Can we, and should we not be, GIVING BACK
to the waters of our world?
Well, people who have followed
the development of Dr.Emoto's research are already not only wondering about its
environmental potential but are already starting to work with it. When I spoke with Dr. Emoto's publisher about this book excerpt,
she said that, directly in response to Dr. Emoto's efforts, the United Nations recently declared
2005 as the beginning of The Decade of Water. On 9/11/2005, in the wake of Hurricane
Katrina, a network of people around the United States -- the word spread
through the internet -- joined at a specific time for
meditation, visualization, and prayer for the contaminated waters of New Orleans. Early
on that day, the city was 60% flooded, and it was believed it might take weeks for the waters
to recede. The following day, officials announced that the city was suddenly only 40% flooded.
Coincidence? We think not.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Donna Cunningham, MSW, is the co-editor of Vibration and a long-time educator
and writer in the field of flower remedies. To see her recently published ebook about
flower essences -- as well as her ebooks about astrology -- visit
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