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The Gambia – Creating a Magical World - Water

My Magazine 2024/02
6 min
Author: Angelika Mitterer
PEOPLE
"Water is the source of life." - This is not only a biological truth but also carries deep metaphorical meanings. In fact, we humans and our planet Earth comprise around 70% water. Water is essential for survival since a person can only go about 4 days without water, compared to about 40 days without food. It serves as an essential solvent and transport medium for nutrients in the body and regulates body temperature. To compensate for the daily fluid loss of around 2.5 litres, it is crucial to drink enough water throughout the day.

From a biological point of view, water is an essential prerequisite for all known life forms on Earth. It forms the basis for biochemical processes, cell functions and metabolism. Without water, there would be no life on our wonderful Earth as we know it. Metaphorically speaking, the meaning of "water as the source of life" goes beyond its purely biological function. Today, we know that water is more than just a vital liquid. It is an energetic interface that nourishes our vibrational body and our consciousness. In a world characterised by hectic and stress, revitalised water in harmony with nature is becoming increasingly important. For thousands of years, mankind has relied on water that reflects natural conditions.

A pioneer in the field of water evolution was the Japanese researcher Dr Masaru Emoto. His life's work consists of researching water and its hidden secrets. He proved that the "state of health" of water can be influenced by external influences such as music, thoughts and words. Amazingly, water reaches its highest vibration and forms the most beautiful crystals when it comes into contact with "love and gratitude". The water crystals that form under the influence of such positive energies follow the "sacred geometry" and the "blueprint of the universe". This discovery opened the door to a deeper understanding of how the energy around us affects our water and our bodies.

As mentioned, our body consists of around seventy per cent water, and our cells serve as excellent conductors for sound. This realisation gives us an idea of how much the sounds we hear and the words we speak can influence our health. The consequence of this is increased mindfulness towards our daily verbal or mental communication.

The idea that sound can heal water is being further researched using "Sound Healing" technology. The influence of music, especially masterpieces such as Mozart, on the vibration and structure of water has been intensively investigated. The results show that certain sounds can improve the quality of the water and have a positive effect on our bodies.

Sound Healing

If we consider water not just as an inanimate substance but as a medium that stores and transmits information, it becomes clear that the quality of water is of crucial importance for our well-being. Water crystal images are visible witnesses to the changes that positive energies can bring about. We at IN·US have integrated this valuable significance of water into our projects and supply each individual project here in The Gambia with its own water source, which is energised through the use of Odem and the feedback of the vibrational frequency to the vibration of the Earth. This improves the structure of the water to an optimal hexagonal structure and thus revitalises all the inhabitants of our buildings innovatively and uniquely.

The importance of water not only extends to our personal well-being and spiritual development but is also becoming increasingly important from a global perspective. In the future, water could become a crucial commodity inaccessible to everyone. This scarcity will present mankind with the challenge of utilising water as a resource fairly and sustainably. It is essential to recognise that water is not just a physical element but a resource vital to everyone's survival. This makes it all the more valuable that we can supply our community with a high-quality source of life in our projects independently of external water suppliers.

Water and World Peace

The connection between water and world peace may seem abstract at first glance. But if we take Dr Emoto's research seriously, we realise that the energy we send into the world influences our well-being and has a collective effect. Bringing more love and gratitude into the world could contribute to a more harmonious and peaceful planet. We, therefore, warmly invite everyone to become part of our community. At IN·US, we actively contribute to bringing more happiness, contentment and gratitude into the hearts of our members to create a positive frequency for our joint future. The vision of a new world that we dream of begins in each of us, and each individual is called upon to take responsibility for it.

My insider tip in The Gambia of the month!

An excellent way to start the day is with a trip on the Gambia River, where you can glide along the riverbank in a canoe in the early morning or evening hours. Starting from the lively markets of Tanji, you are immersed in the enchanted mangrove forests of the river. In the precious moments of the morning, the mangrove forest comes to life, surrounded by over 550 exotic bird species and majestic baobab trees. The fauna is most vibrant as monitor lizards snooze on branches and monkey tribes swing from branch to branch. The Gambia River thus becomes not only a visual and acoustic experience but also an encounter with the energy of the water that characterises this landscape. The mangroves, salt-tolerant oases, are a habitat for a diverse animal world and symbolise the connection between land and water.

The trip on the Gambia River is an adventure that stimulates the senses and allows you to experience the transformative power of water amidst the diversity of nature. An unforgettable experience that puts the beauty and uniqueness of nature in The Gambia centre stage.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Angelika Mitterer
The story of the Austrian architect Angelika Mitterer tells us that the only constant in life is a change and how this can be used as an opportunity for a positive change in one's lifestyle habits.

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