The last several years have immersed me deeper into the subject of health; factors that keep it around, as well as those that tend to make it go away. We are led to believe that ‘disease’ is something that “comes-a-visiting”, victimizing some and passing by others, and then leaves. It’s really a latter day a fairy tale, except that so many people believe that it is true. Sadly, too many are living, and dying in that belief.
There is no such thing as a “disease” in the context that we have grown accustomed to viewing things. However, there is a state of balance or imbalance, sufficiency and insufficiency, which affects immunological weakness, or strength. When our immune system is strong, then “disease” will not — cannot — affect us. When our ecological system is in balance, then our immune system will be strong. It’s that simple. And when we look at “disease” in the context of balance, nutritional and microbial sufficiency, etc., the best way to respond to health challenges will look very different than they predominantly do today.
Hydration is fundamental to the functional sufficiency of the human body. Water is the catalyst, carrier, and facilitator of life on all levels, outer and inner, from the blood that courses through our arteries and veins, to the inner ocean that the cells exist in, to the air that we breathe. We are an ocean of water, and also exist within an atmospheric one. Yet, we are generally ignorant about water, and our relationship to it. Since it all looks alike, it becomes no surprise that there’s something unseen about what differentiates one water from the next, and that lies within the energy that it does, or does not contain. An energy rich water will do what it is designed to do; deliver life force to the cells, and take waste out of them, and out of the body itself. When that process is done routinely, the human body can last hundreds of years, and in good health. Yet, most of the water that we consume is devoid of energy, but high on energetic frequencies that tend to dissipate and “defract” the coherency of the light, in the form of bio-photons, that optimal, energy-rich water, would naturally deliver.
So it has been an eye-opening experience for me to learn about structured water, to understand its nuances, to find corroboration and substantiation of concept from independent sources, and to bring it to you.
Below is the latest.
Recently, when I traveled home to Chicago to visit family, I learned of Vicki Frank, who had experienced amazing improvements in her family’s health after installing Clayton Nolte’s water structuring devices in her home. This was after spending quite a bit of money on very sophisticated in-home water filtration and treatment systems. They made the water acceptable as far as municipal (molecular) standards were concerned, but it was still unsafe to use. In other words, there was still something in the water that was making everyone in the Frank family sick, particularly the children.
Her nine year search for a satisfactory solution change dramatically after installing three whole-house structuring devices; two for the rather large home, and one to support the underground sprinkler system that waters the outdoor plants and vegetation.
Being a scant three-hour drive from Chicago, I was happy to visit Vicki and interview her for Talk For Food with my brand new Panasonic AG-HMC-155 solid state High Definition video camera. It arrived the day before. Her 11 year-old son was a wonderful production assistant while we did the interview. He even got his own video camera out and videotaped me doing the interview.
Below is a short piece from that visit.
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