• Maggie Fekete

What does the energy of your water look like?

Updated: Oct 9


* SPOKEN WORD *


Not all water is created equal. What enters our body literally becomes us. I'm hoping this expression helps you to better evaluate your water and make necessary adjustments to best support your body, mind, and soul.


Lets get started by looking at the energy of my water. I travel to Hocking Hills to collect from a waterfall because energy is so very important to me.



In theory this would be naturally alkalized water. The water passes over the rocks and picks up minerals, increasing the pH level. pH is measured between zero and fourteen. Seven is considered neutral, below seven is acidic, and above seven is alkaline. Having a dietary intake that is more alkaline in nature is generally considered healthier.


There are more conventional options for you to consider if you don't have GPS coordinates to a magical source of water. I've been sworn to secrecy regarding the lines of latitude and longitude of the pictures listed above. I bartered for this exact location on the map and my trade included my silence. In life we really only have our word and I prefer to keep mine.


If the line at the waterfall is too long to collect I lean on the water machines at local groceries to serve as my backup. Raisin Rack in Westerville, Ohio and Kindred Market in Athens, Ohio are the more conventional locations I frequent most often.

* Raisin Rack *


* Kindred Market *


Alkaline water is meant to be consumed more quickly after bottling in hopes of extracting the highest percentage of therapeutic benefits; a positive pH change within our body due to intake. I collect my water for one week and thus choose the more affordable option when at the grocery, Reverse Osmosis. Consuming alkaline water one week after bottling would be a waste of money, by my standards, as the majority of the health benefits paid for would have been lost earlier in the week.


Monthly, I get a mixture of naturally alkalized water, reverse osmosis, refrigerator filtered well water (when visiting my mother), plus I take my multivitamin and mineral supplements daily and religiously. It's frowned upon to consume only sources of water with no minerals, such as, reverse osmosis and distillation.


Not only is the type of water consumed important but also is the holding container. Glass is most ideal as its preserves the quality of the water best and thus i've recently upgraded! I purchased multiple one gallon glass jugs from North Mountain Supply. An Amazon order but the glass is made here in the USA!



If plastic is desired be sure it's BPA Free. I do still use plastic, mainly when weight is an issue or when glass is prohibited. I'm cautious with my intake as plastic is said to breakdown contaminating our water supply and there is a higher risk for bacterial growth. The environmental impacts from excess plastic use and disposal is another important consideration to not overlook.


When I owned in Marysville, Ohio I was on well water and chose to install a whole house water filtration system by aquasana to best support my being and those I chose to serve. I also hired Kinetico to install a Reverse Osmosis drinking spout on the kitchen sink. Aquasana makes whole house water filtration systems for city water also if a more permeant solution is desired for you and your household.


If you're renting or see yourself moving in the very near future, making a semi-permeant option more reasonable, consider a countertop and shower filter!


I expend more effort at the waterfall and grocery stores than those who have home filtration setups but I expend no energy in maintenance of machines, filters and UV light bulbs within my home. You have to evaluate your current setup and determine what you would be willing to expend to supply the very best sources of water to your one and only temple and those you love most.


If you currently know you desire home filtration options but aren't quite sure where to begin, I would strongly suggest contacting your local health department for a thorough testing of your supply. Once you know the contaminates present in your well or city water you can better match a filtration option to your personal needs. If you already have a refrigerator and/or countertop filtration methods you will then know if they're equipped to handle your present contaminants.


Statistically speaking water is very important; the adult body is said to be upwards of 60% water. More specifically, our lungs are 83% water, muscles and kidneys 79% water, our brain and heart are 73% water, skin 64% water, and our bones even contain 31% water. I would strongly discourage you from assuming your water supply is satisfactory. Double check; be sure you understand what's in your water and thus what's in your body.


Peace, Love, & Everlasting Protection!


Namaste,


Maggie

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