Water: does it help or does it hinder your body?

tap_waterWater! 70% of your body is water, and every single chemical process in your body requires water. In your cell and in between the cells.

Clean, well structured, good water. Water that lubricates your joints. Water that dissolves and carries the vitamins and the minerals to where they become life. Water that refreshes you, quenches your thirst, and leaves you with more energy than when you started.

Unfortunately to all of us, this is not the case. The water that is available for us, whether it is through the tap, through a "pristine" mountain stream, in a bottle, is water that doesn't fit to drink.

The minimum energy, the minimum vibration, the minimum "consciousness level" water needs to have is 300. That is what muscle test says the body needs to match itself... for the water to neither add nor take away from its state. On the vibrational scale of consciousness. If its vibration is lower, then it robs your body of energy, and it robs you of your life, of your happiness, of your peace of mind, of your brilliance, of your health.

I have measured the vibration of water from different sources, and this is what I found this morning:
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What is Healing?

The portion of the Bible we read this week, Pinchas, contains the energy of healing. And so let's use this week to ask the question: What is healing and how do we go about bringing this energy into our lives?

According to the kabbalists, healing begins when we make the internal changes that the universe asks of us. Whether we realize it or not, every time we perform a negative action, we move ourselves closer to the energy of the Desire to Receive for the Self Alone and death; while every time we perform a positive action of sharing, we move ourselves closer to our soul and life.

Healing happens when we consciously bring ourselves closer to the Light, especially when it's difficult or when we don't want to or when it is easier to fall prey to our negative thoughts.

What do I mean by this? Basically, when we are not at our best—say, when we've gone into bankruptcy or when our best friend has just dumped us—these are the times when we must say to ourselves, "I have certainty that even though I don't have the position I had before or I don't feel as good as I once did, I know that the sun is shining." These are the times when we have to say, "I know with certainty that I am part of the Creator's spirit, and even though He has taken me through this unhappy process, maybe it is to help me jump forward with the Light."

The truth is what most of us are looking for is that inner peace that comes when we can go to sleep at night after saying to ourselves, "I've done what I could today to make myself a better person and the world a better place." However, we do need to realize that all the things that go smoothly in our lives are just stepping stones to take us to another challenge, another level, another platform from which we can grow. Peace is not just the absence of chaos. Absolute peace comes only when we know that we have tried our best to reach our spiritual level. Yes, maybe we have failed, but nevertheless, we tried—and it is the trying that is important.

There are people who take perfect care of themselves physically but still manage to fall ill. Sometimes we can do our best for our body, but if we forget our soul, we will never achieve the growth that brings our body and soul into balance. So how do we get there?
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What this blog is about...

This blog is about me sharing the healing stories that I don't want to put on my main blog, www.yourvibration.com. Why? Because being a spiritual teacher and being someone who wields energies that heal are two distinct job.

I don't want to have the two mixed.

The energies I get from Source definitely heal. But I am not so much about healing as I am about creating a new humanity and the ushering in the thousand years of peace.

So I'll put my healing results, experiments, musings into this blog. OK?

So: let's begin.