I recently participated in a sacred water ceremony where I was able to honor and bless the water through thoughts, songs, instruments, and acknowledgement. Native American elders believe that we are water, water is sacred, and water is life. In the center of the gathering is a beautiful mandala or sacred geometrical pattern on the sand with crystals, flowers, shells and other sacred materials. This pattern surrounds the vessel filled with water. The thoughts, songs, instruments and acknowledgements were a collective concert for the water and once the ceremony was over the highly charged water is offered back to its source while singing Ho’oponopono. Ho’oponopono is a Hawaiin practice of forgiveness.
After many years of studies by scientists such as Dr. Masaru Emoto who found that water was influenced by surrounding energy we are now just beginning to understand more. Native American elders have shared this knowledge with us since as long as we have recorded and it is something that has been passed on from generation to generation never to be forgotten.
Humans are made up of 75-80% water and the planet is made up of 75% water so it is extremely important for us to understand how water works. Dr. Emoto’s studies showed that water resonates which means it will match a frequency shown. Music was played for the water and the water was then frozen and studied. It was discovered that the molecular structure changed based on the music that played. The same was found with words spoken, written, images, and thoughts.
Everything has a vibration and water can detect every vibration. Water can then reflect the vibration therefore sending back to us the same thoughts, feelings, emotions, etc. Now is the time to find peace within the world and within ourselves. There is no better time than today to show gratitude for our blessings which is why water is a powerful tool. We offered our love to the water, therefore, the only thing we get in return is also love because we are water.