I’ve been understanding a lot more about water as a living entity in recent times. But the journey began for me decades ago when it dawned that I would always get my best inspiration in the bath. It was around the same time that I learned of Dr Emoto’s work with water. Then I gradually began to realise that my hands only had to touch water to receive the same benefit. In that way, I learned to listen to the messages that the water was giving me.
But it took longer for me to learn to speak back, and that’s when things started to get really interesting. It was like opening up the floodgates, no pun intended. But I began to learn so much that it’s difficult to know where to begin. So I’ll start at the end: the ultimate expression of the womb shaman is a form of magnetics that is a liquid song of love which fertilises every living thing it touches. I believe it is the esoteric meaning of the Birth of Venus, painted by Botticelli, as shown above. But in this article, I will be showing ways to make co-creating with water more easily understandable and accessible for everyone.
Suffice to say, water is reflective – it just mirrors back to us whatever our subconscious mind tells it. The subconscious mind, however, doesn’t speak English or any other written language. It communicates via symbols. So whatever symbols we project with our minds into our water when, say, in the shower or bath, resonates back to the roughly 60 per cent of liquids that make up our bodies, giving them a picture of the desired outcome which the intelligences of the body can then act upon.
This is how you set up a healing resonance with the amniotic fluid of universe, which, like a genie, responds to our wishes and our commands. But be warned, you only get out what you put in. So if you lie around in a warm bath worrying about a distopian future …well, guess what … you can fill in the rest. No, it’s important just to project positive, health-giving symbols and images, and I’ll be showing you some of those in this article.