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The Spiritual Life of Water: Its Power and Purpose

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This book reveals water to be a conscious organism that is self-creating and self-organizing. Examining new discoveries in quantum biology, it shows how water binds all of life into one vast network of energy, allowing instant communication and coherence. Jacket Description/Back: NEW SCIENCE / SPIRITUALITY Once held sacred the world...

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This book reveals water to be a conscious organism that is self-creating and self-organizing. Examining new discoveries in quantum biology, it shows how water binds all of life into one vast network of energy, allowing instant communication and coherence.
Jacket Description/Back:
NEW SCIENCE / SPIRITUALITY Once held sacred the world over, water contains a wisdom few today acknowledge. Driving everything from our metabolic processes to weather patterns and climate change, its real significance lies in its role as a medium for metamorphosis, recycling, and exchanging energy and information. Seeking a return to our ancestors' reverence for water, Alick Bartholomew explores water's sacred uses, its role in our bodies and environment, and the latest scientific studies to reveal that water is a conscious organism that is self-creating and self-organizing. Examining new discoveries in quantum biology, he shows how water binds all of life into one vast network of energy, allowing instant communication and coherence. Covering the research of water visionaries such as Viktor Schauberger, Mae-Wan Ho, and Masaru Emoto, he examines the memory of water and reveals how the same water has been cycling through Earth's history since the dawn of time, making water nature's greatest recycling and reclaiming agent. With information on the energetics of water, water treatments, finding the best-quality water, and the perils of bottled and distilled water, this book offers us a path to reclaim the spirituality of water. ALICK BARTHOLOMEW studied geology and geography at the University of Cambridge and University of Chicago. He was part of the editorial team that in 1962 published Rachel Carson's Silent Spring. In 1971 he founded Turnstone Press, publisher of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, with a vision to reconcile science with a spiritual view of the world. The author of several books, including Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger, he lives near Bath, England.

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." . . filled with many color photos that help explain the magic and mystery of water."

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." . . this magnum opus is lucid, deep and comprehensive, covering the extraordinary contributions of Viktor Schauberger, Mae-Wan Ho, Masaru Emoto and others regarding water's subtle properties, which provide breakthrough insights into restoring purity and vitality to water. It should be a primary resource for any serious student of both the old and new sciences."

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"[This] book is kind of a water primer, covering everything from the energetics of water to specifics on dwindling sources, with the reminder that ti is a sacred commodity, essential to our life."

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""The Spiritual Life of Water" is an important book. It not only reminds us of its basic need but it unites us to nature, mother earth, and our source."

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"Alick Bartholomew, part of the editorial team that published Rachel Carson's" Silent Spring", has pulled together a whole and wholistic view of our dwindling water supply. Alongside the facts, he spells out a multitude of reason that we should wake up, pay attention, and take action to restore the finite foundation of our existence. "The Spiritual Life of Water "is likely to be the pivot upon which a new realization of our connection to nature turns."

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"An intelligent and primarily scientific work . . ."

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"With information on the energetics of water, water treatments, find the best-quality water, and the perils of bottled and distilled water, this book offers us a path to reclaim the spirituality of water. It contains beautiful pictures of water, links and resources, extensive references and a comprehensive index."

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"Words cannot describe the extraordinarily comprehensive, deep and lucid treatment of the role of water within our bodies and in the environment. Based on more than a century of scientific study, much of which hasn't been recognized by mainstream scientists, Bartholomew's magnum opus argues convincingly that water is most life-giving and life-enhancing substance known to humanity: we can either destroy ourselves and our surroundings by polluting our water or we can heal through natural processes, positive intention and vortex motion. Water has consciousness and memory. This is the most important book I've read in the new century and will be required reading for all my students."

Brief Description:
"Originally published in the United Kingdom by Floris Books under the title The Story of Water."

Biographical Note:
Alick Bartholomew studied geology and geography at the University of Cambridge and University of Chicago. He was part of the editorial team that in 1962 published Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring." In 1971 he founded the Turnstone Press, publisher of "Jonathan Livingston Seagull," with a vision to reconcile science with a spiritual view of the world. The author of several books, including "Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger," he lives near Bath, England.

Review Quotes:
"Once in a great while, I stumble upon a book that should be printed in solid gold ink, because its words are a treasure. This is the way I feel about "The Spiritual Life of Water" by Alick Bartholomew. This book takes the reader inside the story of the most important substance in the world - water - and shows you rather than tells you, why water is the key to life itself and a well of deep intelligence. It is a book so chock full of fascinating scientific facts and mind-blowing spiritual insights that my copy has almost as many book marks as there are pages."

Marc Notes:
First pub. in UK by Floris Books under the title The Story of Water.; Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of Contents:
Foreword / Chris Weedon -- Still Water Meditation / Caroline Way -- Introduction -- Part 1. Our Usual View of Water -- 1. The Importance of Water -- 2. The Cosmos and the Solar System -- 3. Characteristics of Water -- 4. The Blood of the Earth -- 5. The Great Water Cycles -- 6. Springs and Rivers -- 7. Water and the Human Body -- 8. Water Circulation in Plants -- 9. The Evolution Controversy -- 10. The Water Wizard -- Part 2. Water as the Source of Life -- 11. The Organism and Quantum Water -- 12. Spirals, the Vortex, and the Etheric -- 13. Water's Cosmic Role -- 14. Water as a Communication Channel -- 15. The Memory of Water -- Part 3. Confronting the Water Crisis -- 16. How We Treat Water -- 17. Water and Climate Change -- 18. The Future of Food Production -- 19. The Big Picture -- Appendix 1. Water and Health -- Appendix 2. Water Anomalies -- Appendix 3. The Moral Bankruptcy of Our Civilization / Ben Okri -- Links and Resources -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.
Water's wisdom on renewal, communication, and holism
- How water, as a conscious organism, unites all of creation in one vast communication network
- Includes the research of Masaru Emoto and Viktor Schauberger
- Discusses the energetics of water, water treatments, finding the best-quality water, and the perils of bottled and distilled water
Once held sacred the world over, water contains a wisdom few today acknowledge. Driving everything from our metabolic processes to weather patterns and climate change, its real significance lies in its role as a medium for metamorphosis, recycling, and exchanging energy and information.
Seeking a return to our ancestors' reverence for water, Alick Bartholomew explores water's sacred uses, its role in our bodies and environment, and the latest scientific studies to reveal that water is a conscious organism that is self-creating and self-organizing. Examining new discoveries in quantum biology, he shows how water binds all of life into one vast network of energy, allowing instant communication and coherence. Covering the research of water visionaries such as Viktor Schauberger, Mae-Wan Ho, and Masaru Emoto, he examines the memory of water and reveals how the same water has been cycling through Earth's history since the dawn of time, making water nature's greatest recycling and reclaiming agent. With information on the energetics of water, water treatments, finding the best-quality water, and the perils of bottled and distilled water, this book offers us a path to reclaim the spirituality of water.

Contributor Bio: Bartholomew, Alick
Alick Bartholomew studied geology and geography at the University of Cambridge and University of Chicago. He was part of the editorial team that in 1962 published Rachels Carson's Silent Spring. In 1971 he founded the Turnstone Press, publisher of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, with a vision to reconcile science with a spiritual view of the world. The author of several books, including Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger, he lives near Bath, England.

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