Is the water live?

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29 Jan 2020 19:51 - 29 Jan 2020 19:52 #349018 by Erinis
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Hello everyone, I am totally outraged,
I was talking with somebody and the person
told me that water is dead.!?

According my opinion is water live.
Because water constantly flows, has ability to transfer informations, without water - would be body with nutritions soon dead.
Water (blood) transfer hormones, nutritions, neuron's impulses, all nerve system works thanks water (not just water). Water has memory and connects things together etc.
Life - was created by water (passive energy) and fire (active energy). Emotion (water) is energy in motion, how could it be dead.

I catched myself into trap of attachment.
As we discussed in thread "man of principle", irony, isn't it?

I would like to ask you what you think about it. Promise, I won't stone you ((:

And I have one more question, which isn't related with water.
Is there any true, that the more you are grateful, happy and joyful the more you are experiencing it's opposite as well with same intensity?


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29 Jan 2020 20:35 #349026 by Rex
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Water isn't dead because it wasn't ever alive.

I mean is a conveyor belt alive? Not in a literal sense. Poetically you can say anything is alive

Nope, there's no law of the conservation of emotion. Your mind has it's own innate reaction (e.g. saying ouch), but you can control your state of mind (choosing to whimper hours later after a minor injury)

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29 Jan 2020 20:53 #349030 by Carlos.Martinez3
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Rex is right it is neither alive nor dead in terms. I use water for a lot of things. I say slot of things are LIKE water or be be LIKE water but water has always been a mystery to me I let be. I’ve used water to recharge the mind as well as the heart as well as my very body. So many ways to do so many different things with water. Some folk float - some sit under its rush and some just listen - some just be with it - as equals and some not so equal.some just look at its reflection - To me - it’s alive and reminds me of many things I LIKE to think about and actually do so there’s always been a connection to the frequency for me. It can be a lot of things for everybody but it’s alive for me.

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29 Jan 2020 20:58 - 29 Jan 2020 21:04 #349031 by CaesarEJW
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“Muddy water is best cleared by leaving it alone.” - Alan Watts
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29 Jan 2020 21:20 #349035 by Adder
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A gestalt? IMO it's nowhere near alive, but as a fluid can act dynamical enough to have complex patterned appearances, and by virtue of its chemistry have complex interactions. A potent blend....

.... but that presupposes life is defined by conception, birth, and reproductive capacity by design, with related inception and cessation phases defining life as distinct from death, to give a base meaning to being alive and from whence to define good and bad health.

As a Jedi my beliefs tend to focus more on the architecture of having subjective existence rather then objective truths... so long as they don't conflict. Do to that end I do define a living aspect to the Force which is more about the appearance of complexity then technically being alive (and likewise a unifying aspect). These though do more to serve my relationship to the Force then dictate how I think the world is.

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29 Jan 2020 21:35 #349037 by Erinis
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Rex wrote: Nope, there's no law of the conservation of emotion.

I do take your point that water is not dead because it wasn't ever alive, but I am not sure what you mean by conservation of emotion.
If we take emotions like analogy to water then there is no conservation of emotion possible because water flows. Did you mean it that way or differently?

Caesar wrote: The keyword is "OPINION". According to my opinion, Donald Trump is a turd nugget, but alas, he is still a human.
(note: I do not intend any rudeness, just pointing out the facts of the matter)

Thank you for your thoughtfulness I am very sensitive person.


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29 Jan 2020 21:49 #349038 by Erinis
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Carlos wrote: To me - it’s alive and reminds me of many things I LIKE to think about and actually do so there’s always been a connection to the frequency for me.

I perceive it also like live substance, though it's not. But metaphorically, why not right.
What I found out hard to understand is, that about water is said that it has regeneration skills and memory. Masaru Emoto wrote about it, he is scientist. And if it has those skills, it has to be live. To keeping informations is common for all living organisms.
Carlos look at movie The shape of water, it's awesome movie, it get Oscar I think.


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29 Jan 2020 22:16 #349040 by MarVinKra
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Erinis wrote: I perceive it also like live substance, though it's not. But metaphorically, why not right.


This, of course, is just my opinion on things but I believe the Force gives water life. The Force runs and lives through all things and even if the water itself is inorganic, I can't help but wonder where these healing properties come from. I think that's the Force. And the fact that we can have an emotional connection with water for me proves the power of the Force because we can be so connected with it.

This plane behind the visible, that we cannot see, remains without time. It provides the ebb and flow of life without us ever noticing it unless we submit ourselves to it and its teachings. It offers so much and it has always been there. It is the Force
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30 Jan 2020 00:19 #349042 by Br. John
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Masaru Emoto™ (22 July 1943-17 October 2014[2]) was a Japanese author and peddler of pseudoscience, most famously the idea that thoughts and words directed at water change the aesthetic appeal of the water crystals.

He held a "Doctorate" in alternative medicine from a correspondence course from the Open International University of Alternative Medicine, and therefore called himself "Doctor."

rationalwiki.org/wiki/Masaru_Emoto

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30 Jan 2020 01:02 #349043 by Fyxe
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Why cant the queen be a wagon if she has wheels? Why cant the water be alive if it responds to emotional input? Why cant a female be a male of she feels she is male in her testicles... virtual or not?

What's wrong with you people? Water is alive if the experience of water is that it lives. Experience not society rules. Water lives!

Where ever you go, there you are. Make the best of it.
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