What does water do for us? Simply put, not unlike blood, it is a source of life. Everyone feels amazed glaring into the ocean - and our bodies contain a massive amount of water to sustain us. It's hard to disagree that water is a source of life - yet somewhat a mystery as to its often-untapped potential.
Using Your Good Senses - Think About It
1. Remembering the 5 Basic Senses
Think of all the unique things you can do to explore the water with all your senses.
2. Using Your Gifts or Unknown/Unnamed Senses
Personally, I meditate on the water, thinking of it and the endless energy possibilities it controls, so using thought and or extra-sensory perception I experience water beyond the five basic senses.
Use every sense available to take in all sources of water.
2. Using all the senses create an actual vaporizer and/or sense the mist. Think about it, mist is needed to clean our eyes or hydrate our lips, nostrils, inside the ear and our skin and a very valuable source of water
3. Immersing our entire body into water or sitting in the shower on a chair so like a waterfall, the spa-like sensation and draw of energy from the water surrounding us and the sense of touch - the drops of the water and every part of your skin- use all your senses to experience water and you will feel cleaner than you've ever felt before, and from the inside out.
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