28 Water Has Memory and Can Be Charged and Programmed with Intentions (youtu.be) posted 281 days ago by clemaneuverers 281 days ago by clemaneuverers +29 / -1 14 comments share 14 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Although this assertion does't hold universally, there are indeed facets of the behavior of water that are not completely well understood. For example, there is some evidence that the conventionally assumed bond angle for the hydrogens does not always hold, and the Brown's gas people think there exists a special 'flattened' configuration for the H2O molecule. They think it stores extra energy.
Depending on how one defines 'memory', it may be that water can retain some past states, but the very nature of fluids kind of says that is not really common.
Given that quantum mechanics has some weird things to say about links between quantum objects, we may not be 100% sure. For example, if two water molecules have touched in the past, they retain a quantum link into the future. That could very well have an effect on on a molecule's behavior at a distance from another water molecule. This constitutes a kind of memory action.
Memory represents reaction to enacted upon memorable input; hence CONSTITUTE (to set) -TION (through action).
a) ASSERT (to claim) -TION (through action) implies the choice of reaction to claim within enacting.
b) Universal (unitas; the state of being one; oneness) implies being the differentiated one (reaction) out of the same differentiating all (action).
c) what represents a memories prime function...holding onto or processing input?
a) understanding represents standing under the suggested information by others; which tempts to ignore perceivable inspiration...hence lacking comprehension of perceivable.
b) not; nothing represents a suggested state; which when consented to tempts one to ignore the perceivable state...everything.
c) completely ignores being one (incomplete) within all (complete). What could you stand under if you understand completely?
a) does it require energy to store energy? Does it require energy to expel energy? Where but into energy could stored energy be expelled into?
b) EN'ERGY, noun [Gr. work.] - "internal or inherent power"...could this internal power represent being one (growth) within all (loss) aka the temporary living within the ongoing process of dying?
a) reaction to input; yet...
b) reaction implies subjected to enacting; hence the issue here with the subjected trying to "define" the enacting.
c) DEFINE (to end; to limit) -TION (through action)...not as reaction. The enacting process of dying (moving from inception towards death) defines the reaction of the living (life) within.
What if "past" represents a suggested state to tempt those within fluidity (living within dying) to ignore the ever changing momentum (balance within motion) they have to adapt to (as choice) to sustain themselves?
Look at the PC (personal computer aka by sound (per sonos) to count) in front of you...what comes first? Ram to handle ongoing input or hard-drive to accumulate "past" input? Question perceivable inspiration (ram) or suggested information (hard-drive) with your choice to shape your memory in-between?
...implies out of a flow-state into a fluid form state; while adapting to origin; hence finding level (balance in motion).
Featured originally in the movie, "What the Bleep Do We Know?"
When I saw the title the scientist in me cringed reflexively BUT was also aware that hidden assumptions in our thinking can lead to incorrectness. So I watched with an open mind and I'm glad you posted the video.
I'm now willing to believe, and will hunt down the references they mentioned to verify.
I too remember my first acid trip
Expalin the difference between lucid dreaming and "past lives" please.