Water is one of the most profound and thought provoking films I have ever seen!
It’s definitely on my top 10 list.
Warning: after watching this film you may: start playing classical music more often, look cautiously at your faucet water, consider your brain and body when drinking water, giving thanks and gratitude for your water (and food), and you will most certainly never look at this simple element in the same way again!
I urge you to check it out and share this message with family and friends! (especially if they need healing)”
Five Reasons You Should Watch This Film
- If you are interested in deeper knowledge of the water you drink and how it effects your body
- You want to discover the amazing secrets of how water can hold memory
- You are open to taking your mind to another level to discover the beauty and complexity of mother nature
- You want to understand why it is important for us to protect our natural environment
- To understand how every living thing is essentially a container of water and how we can positively and negatively effect it’s makeup
This film is truly compelling and will have you thinking “wow” at the end. You won’t believe how truly beautiful and complex a natural substance can be and why we need to embrace and protect this profound element.
What You’ll Discover In This Film
- The multiple dimensions of one of earth’s most mysterious substances
- The power of structured water and its ability to adapt and transform
- Natural water’s energy and its ability to memorize its journey
- The future of all living organisms present in water, waiting for an impulse
- How much there is still unknown about our life-source
- How we are spiritually polluting water
Water shows us through science that our thoughts have an effect on our external reality. Imagine the possibilities when people realize their own potential for creativity. Films like this give me hope that there is an emergence of collective intelligence that can solve the problems of the world.
About The Film
From times immemorial, scientists, philosophers and theologians tried to understand waters explicit and implicit properties, which are phenomenal, beyond the common physical laws of nature. Where did it come from? Why does it exist? How does it effect out bodies?
Witness recent, breathtaking discoveries by researchers worldwide from Russia, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Israel, the USA, Britain, Austria, Japan, Argentina, China and Tibet about how this humble element acts! What you will learn will astound you and awaken your mind to understand the depth of this amazing element. There are so many secrets about water that are still unknown.
The arguments expound upon unexpected and challenging assumptions enlightening many years of research to open humankind to new horizons, such as the applications of structured water in agriculture, or the use of water in treatment for the most serious diseases and more.
I hate definitions like ‘life-changing’, ‘amazing’, ‘unbelievable’, etc. but this movie is just that in absolutely every aspect. Why? Its just another proof we know almost nothing about the planet we inhabit. I did not know that :
- Water has memory
- Water senses human emotions and reacts to them
- Water is able to communicate from a distance
- A prayer can turn bad water into good one
- Both tap & bottled water are “dead” and bear no positive energy
Scientific proofs from different countries & parts of the world are captured in this movie and the above listed facts are just a small fraction of what has been discovered recently.
I recommend this movie to every person who wants to understand more about themselves, the world we live in and maybe even the direction in which our civilization is headed. Have you ever asked yourselves why underdeveloped people living in the nature are much more happy than us living in the most developed cities of the world? A major part of the answer may lie hidden in the water we drink.
Water will open your mind up to a new perspective of life. There are so many mysteries on earth that are yet to be unraveled and it’s exciting!
The DVD is available at Food Matters.