If you’ve ever visited a waterfall – especially a large one – you can feel the power coming from it and the vibrations in the energy around you. The natural healing energy comes from the natural flow of living water.
Simply put, living water – also known as “mayim chaim” – is natural water that comes from a natural source – such as a spring – and has not been contaminated.
Living water is believed to come from a higher place – such as from God – and has natural healing and energetic benefits as compared to “dead water” which has been treated or otherwise altered to lose many of the health benefits of natural, living water.
Why It Matters
Every living thing on earth vibrates at a certain frequency. From insects and blades of grass to stars in the galaxy and beyond, we all exist at some level of vibration.
The same is said of water.
In fact, scientists have found that water holds memories and on a microscopic level, the energy of a water molecule can change based on where it has traveled from and through. They reported that water will change based on information it picks up and stores “from all of the places that it has travelled through, which can thereby connect people to a lot of different places and sources of information when they drink this water.”
In other words, just as the energy around you will affect your energy, the energy of the things you consume, will affect your mind and body as well. In this way, we certainly are what we eat!
Living Water And Staying Hydrated
Keeping hydrated is essential for us to stay at our best and although finding living water may be a challenge, staying hydrated doesn’t need to be. If you are fortunate enough to find a natural, uncontaminated spring spouting an endless supply of beautiful, cold, fresh living water, terrific! If not, there are other sources available to find living water that you can incorporate into your daily routine.
- Keep a water bottle handy so you always have your water available.
- Add a splash of lemon for a boost in your water’s health benefits.
- Eat fruits and veggies high in water content such as cucumbers, peaches, melons, and celery.
- Keep track of how much water you drink each day with a calendar, planner, or reminders.
- Avoid drinks high in sugar, sweeteners, or caffeine.
Since our bodies are made up of as much as 60 percent of water, it makes sense that the water we add to it, should align with our intentions and energy. Drinking your water with gratitude and purpose will increase the energy of what you are consuming and contribute to your overall well-being and vibration.