If the majority of us depend on drinking tap water that has been piped to our homes after it has undergone life-depleting treatments, then we should consider if we could reinstate its fullest potential before using it to sustain ourselves.
‘…natural processes and movements are removed, there is a consequent loss of life-supporting quality…farmers downstream from modern hydro-electric systems experience that harvests achieved for generations are suddenly reduced, as the water taken for irrigation after flowing through such systems is not as supportive to plant growth. Water they say must flow down the river some kilometres before it adequately supports growth processes again.’
John Wilkes; Flowforms™; The Rhythmic Power of Water
John Wilkes refers to a study of Flowforms™ by C. Schonberger and C. Liess, Germany when he describes how;
‘…the properties of water are altered if water is run through a cascade of Flowforms. Penetrated by rhythmical movements, Flowform treated water not only becomes highly oxygenated but also supports rhythmic biological regenerative processes more intensively.’
This demonstration, of the supportive nature of rhythms, precedes the work by Dr Masuro Emoto and his water crystal experiments.
Rudolph Hauschka experienced similar findings when;
‘He put rose petals in two vessels filled with water, one of which was exposed to certain rhythms. The petals in the untreated water rotted in a matter of days, during which time the petals in the treated vessel dissolved to a beautiful ruby red solution with no signs of corruption. The resultant aromatic extract had a stable life of over thirty years, without having recourse to alcohol, the traditional preservative.’
In Energizing Water: Flowform Technology and the Power of Nature John Wilkes illustrates through experiments how oxygen alone cannot account for the increased productivity generated by using flowforms to activate the water for plant growth. In his tests he makes a comparison between oxygenated water and flowform water. Flowform water shows an increase in plant growth; the shoots are longer and the root structure deeper and more pronounced. His studies would suggest that Flowforms offer something more than oxygen to the water. This is the life force that so many speak of.
In a description of his book we can see more about this:
The poor quality of water, as well as its restricted supply and availability, is one of the biggest challenges of our time, with presently two-fifth’s of the world’s population unable to find adequate fresh water for essential usage…
Three aspects determine water quality: its chemical constituents (including its oxygen levels); its organic aspects (with the danger of contamination by effluent, pathogens and algae); and its `energetic’ nature. The latter facet has been recognized from time immemorial by traditional societies, who have developed their own sciences in relation to water quality, using terms such as prana and chi for energy. Now, through the introduction of quantum physics into the life sciences, modern science is beginning to accept this concept, measuring energy as light emission.