How Water Reflects Your Emotions
If you were aware that this relation is affecting your holistic health, would you be more prone to keep your feelings in balance?
Scientifically, emotions can be translated as a complex combination of water, salt and heat.
The hydrogen bonds in water, which is chemically transcribed as H2O, allow the structure of the molecule to constantly remodel itself according to the changes in the environment and to vibrations.
And when the environment is the human body, you are the director of the orchestra of emotions making waves through the molecules of water.
Going further, we have to first address the misjudgment stating that the dimension of feelings is something ethereal with no real manifestations in the material world.
On the contrary, your emotional state of being is profoundly connected to your physical state of being.
Different emotions create different vibrations that redesign the interior arrangement of the H2O molecule.
You can imagine it like a kaleidoscope morphing into an ever new form.
Water is the medium that reveals the unquestionable truth of the Buddhist belief that everything within and around us is in a continuous transformation, and a constant spiritual connection.
When you feel love, your body produces certain chemicals that influence your physical state, inducing calm and vigour to all of your cells.
On the contrary, when fear is the guiding sensation, your muscles get extremely tensed and cortisol, the stress hormone, is exuded and circulated by the water molecules throughout your body.
Each feeling translates in a specific combination of chemicals, salts that are then emanated as odours in the exterior realm. For this reason people say they can smell ‘fear’, feel the grief of somebody in pain or get suddenly excited when being in a good atmosphere with peaceful loving vibes.
How do emotions reflect in the water molecule?
The composition of water is the chemical combination of one oxygen atom with two hydrogen ones.
If we change this composition it’s not water anymore, so how can water differ in substance from one moment to the other?
We have to understand that the molecular dynamics are not that glaring, yet they become visible when we put a water molecule under the microscope.
This is what Dr. Masaru Emoto did and he discovered that the water molecule changes its design according to the vibrations it is subjected to.
In his exper