I have read and heard a lot about water lately. It sustains all life on this planet, and who knows how many others. What I would like to know is, does water have memory and consciousness? Thank You

asked 14 Oct '09, 02:57

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People have a tendency to ascribe human characteristics to inanimate objects. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthropomorphism and http://anthropomorphism.org/

(23 Oct '09, 19:23) Vesuvius

Aren't human beings constructed from inanimate objects? ;)

(24 Oct '09, 11:58) Stingray
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Water is created from one molecule of Hydrogen and two molecures of Oxygen and both are living elements. All living elements act of their own accord when they react into other living compounds like water and remember what they came from and become. When water changes back into Hydrogen and Oxygen these living elements are available to react into water again or other compounds. None of the elements can be destroyed - all they do in is change. This requires memory and conciousness. Everything is alive. John Patterson


answered 18 Oct '09, 01:48

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So is this god in one of its simplest forms? And what about Bio-Plankton, Thanks

(18 Oct '09, 23:54) Roy

Water is like plants when we speak to them they take on an postive and negative energy we send them. A japananese guy named Dr. Masaru Emoto believes that water forms beautiful crystals like snowflakes if you think good thoughts at it and turns ugly and asymetrical if you send it negative thoughts. I have seen these pictures and they are amazing to look at. What an idea and this gives us food for thought especially we are made up of 3/4 water



And now we have seen before our eyes the proof that water is far from inanimate, but is actually alive and responsive to our every thought and emotion. Perhaps, having seen this, we can begin to really understand the awesome power that we possess, through choosing our thoughts and intentions, to heal ourselves and the earth. If only we believe.

So water is concious to our thoughts and spoken words and of course our actions to how we treat it by polluting it with contaminates that is dangerous to our body which is around 70% water.


answered 14 Oct '09, 04:16

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When water is left to flow it stays pure and when its contained it grows stagnant quickly not unlike our lifes.

(14 Oct '09, 15:35) Roy

So true thanks for your comment

(14 Oct '09, 18:55) flowingwater

Could you post a link to those pictures?

(18 Oct '09, 20:08) Asklepios

I added the links Asklepios. Have an nice day.

(19 Oct '09, 03:23) flowingwater
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The properties of water are used in the making of homeopathic medicines, best explained by this article: http://nccam.nih.gov/health/homeopathy/

Quote "The principle of dilutions (or "law of minimum dose") states that the lower the dose of the medication, the greater its effectiveness. In homeopathy, substances are diluted in a stepwise fashion and shaken vigorously between each dilution. This process, referred to as "potentization," is believed to transmit some form of information or energy from the original substance to the final diluted remedy. Most homeopathic remedies are so dilute that no molecules of the healing substance remain; however, in homeopathy, it is believed that the substance has left its imprint or "essence," which stimulates the body to heal itself (this theory is called the "memory of water")." end of quote.


answered 15 Oct '09, 02:03

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I love to learn, thank you so much

(15 Oct '09, 02:44) Roy

The dilution of a substance to the point where no molecules of the diluted substance remain would require an infinite supply of the diluting substance (simple math).

(23 Oct '09, 19:01) Vesuvius

And the link you refer to says this: "Most analyses have concluded that there is little evidence to support homeopathy as an effective treatment for any specific condition."

(23 Oct '09, 19:02) Vesuvius

I hear you but there are far too many people who use Homeopathy who would argue that it works to ignore and, in addition there is also a significant of use of homeopathy in veterinary medicine too.





(23 Oct '09, 20:42) Rebecca

I know what that says but I also know there is a huge Homeopathic practice and following out there, with people who swear by it.

Also there is a large Veterinary following too:





(23 Oct '09, 20:46) Rebecca

Hi,I have almost finished reading Sage-ing while Age-ing by Shirley MacLaine and she holds a lot of faith in Homeopathy and Naturopathic denttistry,I did not know that every tooth has a direct chakra and organ link and you can cure body and organ dis-ease through your teeth.This is awesome but too bad its not covered by Insurance and why not.

(25 Oct '09, 15:10) Roy
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''does water have memory and consciousness?'' .. I believe yes, it does, like everything that exists. but of course, it's a different level of consciousness than we experience. maybe .. just maybe .. it's even a higher level of consciosuness!


answered 14 Oct '09, 03:04

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I think your on to something this is all just incredible. thanks

(15 Oct '09, 02:47) Roy

I don't know about memory and consciousness in particular but The Rosicrucians teach that water is a vibrational amplifier. By intoning certain vowel sounds, you can use it to make existing vibrations in a room much more powerful and dominant.

They also say (and I've heard this implied from Abraham too) that water takes on the vibrational properties of those around it.

I think Abraham once described water's properties as "being in the eye of the beholder".


answered 14 Oct '09, 06:24

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Interesting and helpful; thanks.

(14 Oct '09, 19:25) LeeAnn 1

Not sure what this means, but it "sounds" good.

(23 Oct '09, 19:19) Vesuvius

Water sustains life on this planet because most terrestrial life forms require water as part of their physiology. There's nothing inherently mystical about this, it's just a biological fact. Plants and animals die without water because their bodies are mostly water and they lose it continuously through respiration, urination, evaporation (as sweat), etc. Water would sustain life in this way whether it had memory/consciousness or not.

If you care to put forward a plausible and testable hypothesis about how an inert, colourless, lifeless liquid could have memory or consciousness, I'd be interested to hear it. But on the balance of probability, I'm guessing it doesn't.


answered 23 Oct '09, 02:27

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Well said. Basically what I wanted to say in a way that doesn't offend everyone's sensibilities.

(15 Nov '09, 00:14) Vesuvius
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