Although this filter pitcher removes small particles, their informational imprint remains.
Filter pitchers (e.g. Brita, Pur) and faucet filters are probably the most widely used and readily available forms of water treatment. You may, in fact, use one yourself. But numerous water treatment options exist, including different kinds of filters and micro-filters, distillation, chemical treatment, pasteurization, boiling, and reverse osmosis. Each method has its cons and pros. Water filters, for example, become clogged with harmful particles and eventually cease to function properly. The University of Missouri Extension offers a thorough but accessible analysis of these various methods as well as a discussion of the way they work at: http://extension.missouri.edu/p/WQ104
The College of Agriculture at the University of Arizona also offers a useful overview at: www.cals.arizona.edu/pubs/water/az1498
While these methods may rid water of contaminants, they can also rid water of valuable trace minerals and nutrients. Additionally, while these methods may remove matter, they don’t remove information. We know that water takes on environmental information. Thus, we can assume that it also takes on information from particles and contaminants. Accordingly, even though filters succeed in removing physical matter, this matter leaves an informational imprint which can continue to affect us.
Harmonization of drinking water: A positive, cost-effective solution
As we mention above, water not only absorbs the materials (matter) with which it comes in contact, but their energetic information as well. Studies by Masaru Emoto, a Japanese energy scholar and researcher, make this clear. Emoto photographed water before and after it had been exposed to negative and positive influences (e.g. music, negative statements). The resulting photographs show changes in the molecular structure of the water that reflect the nature of the information to which it was exposed.
Many naturopaths work with water’s ability to absorb information. There are also systems which work with this property of water and use equipment to inform water throughout a water system. Swiss Harmony’s Water BioTuner does just this. Our Water BioTuner attaches centrally to the outside of the main water pipe. In homes where access to the main water pipe isn’t an option (e.g. apartments), we offer a smaller option, the Water MiniTuner, which attaches under the counter or onto a faucet. Information is then transferred from the Tuner to the water based on the law of resonance.