Thursday , 20 July 2017

Blue solar water recipe: a powerful potion that kills your fears and heals emotional pain.

This water transmits vibrations, energy frequency, crystals, colors and words…

The blue solar water gives us nature’s best: the powerful energy of the sun, the source of the whole planet’s life and the fascinating features of the healing and soothing blue color. The popularity of this water dramatically increased after the publishing of Dr. Hew Len’s book “Zero Limits” but even more with the practice of the ancient Hawaiian healing technique Ho’oponopono.

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Not only this water is very healthy, but also it helps with the removing  of our deepest subconscious programs that we repeat over and over again. The blue solar water heals the emotional wounds and removes the blockades on the surface and relieves the tension, helping us to go back to zero where we were, in a clear state of mind, giving us a brand new start without having any negative thoughts. This water fills you with positive energy, peace and love. It is also recommended for children, people with cancer, especially those undergoing a chemo therapy. The blue solar water has even a better taste than the plain water.

Blue is the color of the fifth chakra, the center of power or the throat chakra (Vishuddha). The throat chakra is extremely important because it is the path through which the energy from the higher chakras flows to the lower chakras and vice versa. It is the first center of the higher frequencies which should be completely clean and opened, because only then we can reach the state of full consciousness. All the diseases are connected with the fifth chakra, because choices are present in every part of our life and in every single disease. The 5th chakra presents the bridge between the physical and spiritual world, a bridge between the heart and the mind. It separates the secular from the sacred and transmits the intention of soul – we understand life’s work.

And it is scientifically proven that the color blue has an incredibly powerful effect on our brains, decision-making and behavior.

Blue sky means a nice, relaxing day. Clean calm blue sea means calmness and serenity. In fact, everything that’s blue symbolizes trust, loyalty, intelligence, faith, truth and heaven. Lord Krishna is blue…

Science says it’s no coincidence that all these blue things make us feel so good. After all, blue is the only color spectrum that can be extremely effective in preventing people from committing suicide.

It is proven that the color blue has a calming effect on people, and that’s why it is used in many different ways. In 2000, the police in Glasgow, Scotland, installed blue lights in areas with high crime rate. Since then, crime in those neighborhoods fell by 9%.

In Japan, several major railway companies installed only blue lights at all railway crossings. So far, they have achieved a stunning success: in 2007, a year before the blue lights were installed, there were 640 suicides. In 2008, after the lights were installed, there were no suicides – zero!

One theory suggest that the color itself has a tangible, biological effect over our brain chemistry. Harold Vohlfarth, president of the German Academy of Color Science, did research in which he discovered that the color lights really have a psychological effect on kids and adults, and what is even more surprising is the fact that it has the same effect on blind people.

Vohlfarth believes that traces of electromagnetic energy, that practically forms the colored lights, influences certain neurotransmitters in the brain. When a colored light fells in the eye, even if the eye is damaged, it affects the gland that produces melatonin, which creates a chain reaction that elevates the mood and soothe emotions.

One comment

  1. Great share it is definitely. My mother has been waiting for this info.

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