Reiki for Drinking Water

When scientists look outside the earth for signs of life, they look for water. Because if there is water on a planet, sooner or later, there is going to be life.

Water brings life, nourishment, healing and cleansing. The importance of drinking sufficient water has been iterated again and again by scientists and doctors. But most of us miss one important factor here – the water that we drink is usually dead.

There was a time when we could drink right from the streams coming down the mountains. This water carried energy from the mountain tops and minerals that balanced our bodies. Today most water sources are polluted and defiled, which means that the process of making water potable involves treating it with several chemicals. By the time water reaches our glasses, it is long dead.

Some cultures boil the water with herbs to infuse life into it, and this may be a good idea if you have access to such herbs. Another wonderful way of bringing water back to life is to heal it with Reiki.

You could place your hands on the glass, bottle, can of water, or on the water cooler, and heal it with Reiki, also mentally drawing the symbols if you have done level 2. If you are healing your water cooler, you would need to heal it once every day.

It is especially useful to charge water when you are sick.

Some people like to use crystals to charge their water. This is not a method I prefer, because not all crystals are safe for this purpose, and also because cleansing the crystals would become very important, because they would release the negative energy absorbed back into the water, after reaching saturation.

You could make a pyramid with thick paper, and place that over your glass or water jug. Now while this may not be a great idea for daily use, it would be quite healing if someone is ill.

Author of ‘Healing Through Reiki’, Ashwita learned Reiki in 1997, and started teaching it in 2006. She now incorporates other forms of energy healing, as well as hypnotherapy and past life therapy in her work. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, crafts, reading and painting.

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