FSTJ Blog Key #2 – The Healing Benefits of Water

Welcome To From Stress To Joy‘s Blog Key #2

“The Healing Benefits of Water”

Hello Dear Ones,  

Today’s Post is about Water.  We need to be very mindful of our use of this precious commodity.  There is only one percent of fresh water globally.  Shockingly, only 0.3 of that one percent, is usable for supporting terrestrial life. That’s US, Dear Ones, you, me, our loved ones, pets, livestock, wildlife, vegetation for food and drinkable water.   Yet, we wantonly waste, pollute. disregard and take for granted this precious resource in our everyday lives.   This is not good for us, our grandchildren, or our world.

Glennie Kindred says it best in the following article:

The Healing Benefits of Water by Glennie Kindred

“OUR BEAUTIFUL PLANET is full of Water. Water keeps everything in motion, replenished and cleansed. The oceans of our world keep us all connected. Water is the fertile force of life—Water of life, life-giving Water. In ancient legend, Water is the creative force that brings forth life, healing, youthfulness, and immortality. We all begin life swimming in the amniotic fluid of our mothers’ wombs and our bodies are 75 percent water.”

 The Magical Power of Water

“Water has many forms and many voices. It speaks to us from the mountain streams, the waterfalls, the rivers and the sea. We rest by rivers and lakes. We find stillness and fulfillment beside Water can be life-giving, yet it can be destructive as flooding sweeps away everything in its path.

Water is a magical and mutable force which can dissolve rock and metal, turn solid into liquid and back again. It can become ice and create mighty tracts of land and it can evaporate into steam or condensation and be gone, only to reappear as Water again.

Water and the Moon are linked in an endless cycle of gravitational pull, creating the rhythmic swell and ebb of the oceans’ tides. The Moon pulls on the Water in our bodies and can bring emotional instability, but this helps us to stay in touch with our feelings. Our watery nature helps our emotions to flow, keeping us healthy. It is important for our heath that we express our emotions. Blocked emotional energy is often the root of ill health. We shed tears of sorrow, tears of laughter, tears of joy and tears of pain. Tears bring release. Don’t hold back your tears!”

 The Healing Properties of Water

Our watery emotions bring us deep insights into ourselves. When our cup flows over we feel blessed an abundant. We ride the crest of a wave when things are going well and we sink when things go badly. We throw coins into Water for good luck.

When we share our feelings with other we become closer and clearer in our friendships and understanding of each other. Water connects us to our deep unconscious selves, to Universal Love and the deep mystery of our soul purpose. Through love and compassion we touch the depths of our souls. . . Water represents the heart, receptivity, the unconscious, flow, our emotions, and cleansing.

Water is never still; it is always seeking its own level. It flows, swirls, gathers momentum, spirals, eddies and always takes the path of least resistance. It becomes blocked, it builds up until it bursts the confines of the blockage, generating new energy from the Waters held back.

The Many Benefits of Water

In the past wells were revered as Water passages to the womb on the Earth. They were of prime importance to any house, community or village and were blessed and dressed with flowers in the Spring to give thanks to the life-giving Waters. Offerings were made to the Spirits of Water to ensure good luck, good health and protection.

Water has a memory and is alive. It will hold an imprint sent from our thoughts. We can bless water, consecrate Water and change its molecular structure by our thoughts and prayers. Water can be used for cleansing, purifying, renewing, refreshing and revitalizing. It can be used for baptism, as a symbolic act of renewal and rebirth, to wash away and release the past, to dissolve past hurts and old rigid patterns, to help us let go of our deepest fears, to banish negativity and to consecrate.

Drink Healthy Clean and Pure Spring Water

Try not to drink Water from our taps. It has no vitality left in it and contains harmful chemicals that could have an adverse effect upon us. Drink at least one glass of spring Water before and after any healing work to help conduct the healing energy around the body. Drink plenty of spring Water when you are not well, if you are studying and during any mental or physical work.”

Excerpted from Earth Wisdom by Glennie Kindred. Copyright © 2012 (Hay House).


From Stress To Joy has two very important concepts to leave you with:  

1) We cannot live without pure fresh drinking water. We need to drink our weight divided by two, in ounces of water daily to be optimally hydrated in order to function at our best.

2) Our municipal water sources are polluted with chlorine, flouride, seepage from farm and industrial waste waters, and all the supplements, drugs and hormones we take and then urinate into the waste water that is NOT filtered out of our drinking water.

We don’t know about you, but we want our drinking water as pure as possible for ourselves, our families and loved ones.  We discovered recently that our beloved pets are dying of bladder cancer from drinking tap water!  Their small bodies can not handle the polluted water and their immune systems are compromised, creating many diseases.  So now, even our pets MUST have properly filtered water.

I was alarmed and horrified.  So, naturally, I turned to the internet to research the best water purifiers available.  We’ve been using our water purifier now for six years and it has made a huge difference.  The water I used to avoid because it tasted so bad, is now a delightful, refreshing drink. 

What We CAN Do:

Listed below are the best remedies I have found:   (Coming Soon!)

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