“Water is a liquid computer or fluid computer and you are made of approximately 80% of water some of us are less than others but nonetheless you are made of water. We must respect water because it is a memory holder. Water was there in the very beginning when it was created so it has a memory of the Divine G-d and the beautiful Garden of Eden when man was placed there.
How we think and treat our bodies are water records that and it needs to be treated with respect. How we treat our bodies water changes everything within us. If one has negative thoughts and do negative things our water records its environment and one can become sick.
We need to stop trying to change its program. If a person is filled with anger hatred jealousy fear unkindness have an unforgiving heart then waters become polluted and cannot function properly and therefore sickness will come. We need to stop the chemical warfare of filling our bodies with junk food, drugs, using synthetic products that pollute our water.
The life making materials such as water are being treated badly and we were expecting it to be well-behaved within our bodies when consumed. When we treat it bad with our negative thoughts and actions. We can pollute it with outside invasions from chemicals and bad food our water records all this.
It’s time to change the bad programming and wipe the hard drive and start fresh again feel our thoughts and actions with joy happiness love peace forgiveness charity gratitude and most of all with Torah. The way you treat water is the way it will behave within you. Water has the memory of our divine Creator, it was there in the beginning and therefore if we make these changes, we can clean up our water. Surround yourself with a clean environment so that you would have prosperity success good health and a life filled with joy. The chemistry of water does not change but the molecular structure can just, by the way, it’s treated and what it records from its environment of thoughts and actions. Without water, we cannot survive.” –Written by Rivka Sari 2008
I suggest studying Dr. Emoto’s work on hado and water structure. See photos of water crystals and learn about his research. You will find it fascinating
The meaning of Hado:
Although the science of HADO is new to America and the West, the word HADO has existed in the Japanese language for centuries. Literally translated, it means “vibration.” HADO science is the study of subtle vibrational energy. HADO is important because this vibrational energy exists in everything. We understand this from Quantum physics.
Dr. Max Planck(1858-1957),Nobel Prize in Physics, German Physicist said:
“Everything is vibration and its effect. In actuality, no physical matter can exist. All the physical matters are composed of vibration.”In his book The Hidden Messages in Water, Dr. Masaru Emoto—a leading HADO scientist and scholar writes:
“Hado is the intrinsic vibrational pattern at the atomic level in all matter. It is the smallest unit of energy.” As evidenced by the crystal studies of Dr. Emoto, only clean water can remember premium information.
Ask yourself is your water of your body polluted? How do you clean it and purify it? I tell you how. Just pray to make tshuva (repentance) and your water in your body will be clean once again. To start afresh.
Water that contains minerals such as silicon to facilitate memorizing premium HADO and information. That is why bottled water, purified water, or distilled water is not only bad for the environment (because of the waste it produces in discarded bottles, etc.), but it is water that is not good for our bodies, because the reduction of minerals turns it into dead water that can’t encode the necessary intelligence we need to heal.
That is why it is so important to use natural spring clean water when distilling essential oils and creating hydrosols oils. even the old timer moonshiners know this. In ancient times the process of creating dye, for example, it was not uncommon to see that water used was from a natural source and was purified by fire (boiling heat) before ever used. Today we see all these water purifications, softened waters, as well as ph altered waters sold by health communities and holistic communities that is in fact dead water too, because of the alterations made to the water.
So what is the answer? Well we do know that clean, delicious water is infused with positive energy. How? By prayer thats how. Jewish Sages, Rabbis and Scholars even tell us that we affect our environment and the water by prayer and positive thinking.
Let us begin with a Jewish perspective on rain. Praying for rain is a key part of the spiritual life of a Jew. For almost half of the year, the daily prayers include praise of G-d as the One who “makes the wind blow and the rain descend,” and a request that G-d will “give dew and rain for a blessing on the face of the whole planet.” A special blessing for rain appears in the liturgy of the holiday of Shemini Atzeret that occurs on the 8th day of Sukkot, at the beginning of Israel’s rainy season. We pray that Hashem will bring beneficial rain, which falls at the right time to nourish our crops and fills our reservoirs and wells. As the Talmud says, “The day when rain falls is as great as the day on which heaven and earth were created.” (Tractate Ta’anit 8b)
This promise of abundant rains and prosperity is followed by a warning that, should Israel ignore the Torah, G-d will “make your skies like iron-” cease all rains, and bring drought, according to the Midrash (Torat Kohanim 26:28), a compilation of teachings from the Jewish oral tradition. Conversely, the fact that we specifically ask that the rain be “for a blessing” acknowledges that too much rain is just as dangerous as not enough. In a number of instances in the Tanakh, G-d sent rain that was a curse, not a blessing. The rain came to bless the people of that generation but instead was received as flood because of their ungratefulness and transgressions against G-d’s will.
This would explain that the rains of blessing only became a destructive flood when the people refused to repent. Remember G-d only sends blessings to this world.
When people are ungrateful and are not in line with G-d’s will experience that blessing as a curse. In the time of the prophet Samuel, G-d brought thunder and rain to chastise the people (I Samuel 12:17-18) when it should have been received as a blessing like at Har Sinai when the Jewish people received the Torah. Lightening and thunder were present then when the Jewish saw thunder and heard lightning they were in another dimension.
Today we recite this blessing when we see and hear thunder and lightning.
“Blessed are You, L-rd our G‑d, King of the Universe, whose power and might fill the world.”
The Midrash tells us they were back in the Garden of Eden and the air was filled with the smell of the Ketoret and the divine scent of the Tree of Life (Aytz Chayim). We can find the scent of the Tree of Life spoken about and is described in writings from the book of Enoch in chapter 24.
Before a Jewish soul eats or drinks, he or she must recite a blessing (called a berachah), praising and thanking the Creator. Each category of foods has its own unique blessing text, based on the provenance of the food and its position in Jewish tradition. There is also an after blessing (called a berachah acharonah) said after eating, tailor-made for various kinds of food. “And you will eat and you will be satisfied,” says the Torah, “and you will bless the L‑rd your G‑d for the good and expansive land, which He gave you.”
There are also blessings (brachot) to be said upon seeing natural phenomena, smelling pleasant aromas, or even hearing good news. Saying blessings ensures that every meal is a sacred encounter and every experience is an act of gratitude.
Before consuming bread we say the blessing after the washing of hands, the following blessing is recited:
בָּרוּךְ אַתָּה אַדָנָי אֱלהֵינוּ מֶלֶךְ הָעולָם אֲשֶׁר קִדְּשָׁנוּ בְּמִצְותָיו וְצִוָּנוּ עַל נְטִילַת יָדַיִם
Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with Your commandments, and commanded us concerning the washing of the hands.
Before drinking water we say “Blessed are You, Lord our God, Ruler of the universe, at whose word all came to be.”
These blessings raise the vibrational energy of water so that when we consume or drink water or food that has been blessed it becomes apart of your body to nourish and hydrate your body. The energy of the food and drink are integrated into your body that is recorded in your body’s water.
“For as he thinks within himself, so he is. He says to you, “Eat and drink!” But his heart is not with you.” Prov 23:7
Nehemiah said, “Go and enjoy choice food and sweet drinks, and send some to those who have nothing prepared. This day is holy to our Lord. Do not grieve, for the joy of the L-RD is your strength.” Neh 8:10
Prov. 14:30 “A peaceful heart leads to a healthy body; jealousy is like cancer in the bones.”
According to the above verses, by focusing on being grateful and have joy and by releasing trapped emotions of anger and bitterness, one could be fortified or strengthened in their whole body, spirit and soul. Guess where it all gets recorded?
Kazak Kazak and Kol Tuv!