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The Spirit of Water
There are many ways these days to approach the description of non-ordinary reality or forces beyond the physical. It could be soul, spirit, mind, field, energy, higher self, divine energy or non-ordinary reality and forces beyond the physical just to name the most common ones I know of.
Now many people in the science community believe that if you can’t see it or quantify it, then it isn’t real. To tell you the truth, I am completely open to this idea, but I’m also open to there being spirit.
Well, I certainly like to quantify things and just like the Dalai Lama, I follow certain philosophies that I am willing to adjust based on proven scientific reality, but I also believe that there is more than the eye or our scientific instruments have yet to see. I say yet because I wouldn’t be surprised if one day we could find a way to measure spiritual experiences. There are actually some scientists like Mario Beauregard and Denyse O’Leary, two neuroscientists who wrote The Spiritual Brain, who claim to have proven that there are forces outside the brain that influence our experience. Or Bruce Lipton, a Cell Biologist, who has discovered that there is a force outside our cells that seems to be exchanging energy and information.
So what I would really like to ponder in this post is; if there is a spiritual aspect to the Universe, then what is the spirit of water all about? Here are some human like questions; Are there many spirits of water? Does every drop of water have a spirit? What is a water spirit like? Since we are mostly water are we in communion with the spirit of water? Does water even have it’s own spirit? If water has a spirit, does it blend with ours or are we all one connected spirit on the spiritual level or is it separate, even on that level? If the spirit of water could speak to us, what would it say? Am I saying it right now? Either way, I would like to give thanks to the spirit of water. Thank you!
Thanks for reading this fun post about my curiosity of the spirit of water. If you feel like adding more questions or providing some answers, or any other kind of feedback, please feel free to do so in the comments below.