Wednesday, February 2, 2011


I have been thinking of medicine a lot lately. Been wondering why we discount so much Traditional medicine. For example the Chinese have a civilization that is ancient. They have practiced the art of Medicine for so long that some of what they have learned must be valuable. But yet we are attracted or conditioned to go right for the "pill". A pill, made of things that profit companies have put out to help what ails us. We depend on the companies to cure us of sickness. I wonder why we do not have belief in things that are not company driven? Even if we do not believe in a higher power, prayer, we should have some faith in our fellow people. Belief in things other than companies, institutions but of people. I am hoping to have a more open mind when it comes to thinking about modern medicine and old medicine. Maybe each has good to them.

When you go to ceremonies there are Women who carry the Water. Water is the life-giver. In Teachings there are the Women of the water. Each a different aspect of Water and Teachings.
Most likely ALL people realize that water is beautiful. That we need water. That water is vital to life. I think we can agree on that. But how much do we really know about water?

"The Seventh Prophet was younger than the others who had come and there was a glowing light from his eyes. He said that there would come a time when the waters had been so poisoned that the animals and plants that lived there would fall sick and begin to die. Much of the forests and prairies would be gone so the air would begin to lose the power of life."

I saw this film the other day and felt that maybe it might interest some people. It is quite extraordinary look at the memory that Water has and its structure, properties. The amazing memory of water. The way it bends, and moves. It is unbelievable.

I really liked the words that mean much: Love & Gratitude. That is what I took away from the movie.

If nothing I hope it entertains your brain and gets you to question.

Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans.

1 comment:

  1. Human adult bodies are about 60% water.
    Our brains are about 80% water.
    Are we just evolved water by any chance?