b) water-why is water important

Our society needs a proper understanding of why water is important for life. We MUST be aware of what the benefits of drinking water are, if a healthy and exuberant life is our goal. It is not only finding the answer to what is the best bottled water, but mostly about how we should treat this amazing gift of nature because it is a living source and passes information – unbelievable, isn`t it?

“Water has memory. Depending on how you treat it, what kind of thoughts and emotions you generate, accordingly it behaves in your body.” Sadhguru

Water is approximately 70% of the human body exactly like our planet which is 70% water and 30% land. This is not a coincidence. This is extra proof that our body is part of the Universe.

When people talk about water they usually think of H2O, bacteria free water. The most advanced people look at PH level in water and main minerals. Only a very few people are aware that water is a living substance that has memory and information. In other words, water is a complicated liquid computer. It is very difficult to believe and accept this fact because we think that we are practical people and we can only believe in what we see.

The smart character who was played by John Travolta in the film “Sword Fish” says:

“Misdirection. What the eyes see and the ears hear, the mind believes.”

If we look at our past, we can notice that after a difficult day when we are completely drained, taking a shower leads to a miraculous recovery of our body and emotions.  Drinking a glass of water in the most stressful situations helps us to cooperate with our feelings. Swimming in a sea, river or pond restores our physicality and emotions. That is why maybe unconsciously we tend to spend our holidays near seaside.

Our life is like a flower. What will happen to a flower without water?

Without this deep understanding and the implication of our knowledge about water in our everyday activities- our perfect health, joy, happiness and whole excitement of our life will be missing.

How much water we must consume, what kind of water and when, you will find in Tony Robbins  a 10-day audio health program “Proven Strategies for long-lasting health and vitality Living Health .“ The link to Tony Robbins (or access from Direct links to the best experts and products section).


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16 thoughts on “b) water-why is water important”

  1. Thanks for the great insight Andrey! I don’t believe in many spiritual and new age stuff but I think there are forces in nature we have not / can not understand that affect us significantly. I agree that swimming or just being in water, even a shower has this very deep relaxing effect on the body. I would like to add that life is born out of water as the current scientific view stands. So in a way all of us have have heritage in the water. I really like the niche of your site, there is never enough happiness in the world. Keep up the good work!

  2. I’ve never thought too much of the water, truth to be told.
    And yeah – swimming in the sea does always make me feel better.
    I gotta say – you have a very unique way to address the problem with why people are not that much connected to the water.
    If you don’t mind, I’ll borrow your point of view.
    Great article, thanks for sharing!

  3. It’s so funny that I came across your post because I watched Sadhgura’s video (this exact one!) on water a couple of months back and have really been tuned in more to my water consumption since watching it. I completely look up to and admire Tony Robbins and enjoyed the video you posted of him and his wife. Now I’m gonna be SUPER hydrating! Great post:) Ty!

  4. Hi Andrey,

    Your title got me curious because I really believe in drinking water for health.There is a book called” Your body’s many cries for water. The author who is Doctor Batmanghelidj and I believe he has won the noble peace prize for some of his work. He says that 75% of disease is related to dehydration and I find that sometimes my owns little aches and pains disappear when I drink enough water. I never knew it was the same as our planet as our body, that is amazing. Thanks for the great post.

  5. I never gave water much thought other than the amazing way it never goes away. The rain comes down and makes puddles and they evaporate into the atmosphere and it rains again. Water can be ice or steam or water. It’s all rather intriguing!

  6. Hi Andrey, you are very correct. No matter how tired you are, how stressful you are or how weak you may be, the moment you get in touch with water, whichever way, be it by drinking or taking a good shower, you immediately recover yourself. You feel strong again. But the part of water having memory is something that has never crossed my mind but I have just learned that today from you.
    Thanks for such a wise article. It will inspire lots of people out there so, keep up the good work.
    Thank you.

  7. This rang very true for me… I’ve found that whenever one of my kids comes home from school and says they are tired, or have a headache, after asking them a few questions about their day, we’ll usually figure out that they drank less water than usual. Once they correct that, they almost always feel better.


  8. Excellent post. I always knew water was good for you like the majority of us. But you don’t really realise the real benefits water have for you. I am always trying to drink plenty of water but don’t always manage to and I can tell when i have had a poor day of water intake.
    After reading your post it has encouraged me to manage my water intake better.


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