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Разговор с водой
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Сила наших слов

В начале было Слово,
и Слово было у Бога,
и Слово было Бог.
Оно было в начале у Бога.
Всё чрез Него начало быть,
и без него ничто не начало быть,
что начало быть.

Вода является носителем информации. Слова, звук - это энергия, вибрация.

Вряд ли найдется человек, который никогда не слышал этих слов. А помогли ли они вам понять, какой силой обладает слово как высказанное, так и невысказанное.

Всего одним словом Бог создал Вселенную. Вся Вселенная была заключена в одном слове, которое было у Бога!

Видимо настолько трудно представить, что слово может обладать такой созидающей силой, что мы предпочитаем не задумываться об этом. А зря: Попробуйте создать хоть что-то без Слова. Не получится! Потому, что без него ничто не начало быть, что начало быть. Попробуйте сделать стул, например, написать книгу, испечь хлеб, и вы убедитесь, что прежде, чем сделать это, Вам придется об этом подумать.

В своих книгах доктор Имато Масару пишет:

На людей также влияет воспринимаемая ими информация, поскольку организм взрослого человека на 70 % состоит из воды.

После зачатия оплодотворенная женская яйцеклетка на 96 % состоит из воды, а только что появившийся на свет младенец — на 80 %. С развитием индивида процент содержания воды снижается и с достижением зрелости стабилизируется примерно на уровне 70 %. Короче говоря, мы существуем главным образом как вода, поскольку основной, всецело преобладающей составляющей человеческого организма является именно вода.

Можно также сказать, что наша жизнь начинается с воды и заканчивается водой. Развивающийся в чреве матери плод повторяет пройденный человеком эволюционный путь — от происхождения жизни в мировом океане до нынешнего состояния. Амниотическая жидкость и морская вода сходны по своему составу. Человеческий зародыш ожидает своего появления на свет в материнском море, в то…...

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