SPRING WATER HARVESTING

 

Promoting living water is a primary part of my life mission. I feel passionate about water and reverently refer to it as, "the cosmically precious droplet daughter".

I wasn't always so passionate about water. When I was young, it was just a clear, relatively tasteless drink straight out of the sink that I consumed occasionally out of basic necessity. As I grew a little older, a small counter top filter became the common method for integrating the new information about the potential problems of contaminated tap water. Eventually I learned that most counter top filters are little more than useless scams and so I upgraded to the next level by filling up big BPA-free plastic jugs from reverse osmosis machines at health food stores.

After a while longer of doing that, I finally graduated to the highest degree when I was taught about spring water and began going to the very source to fill up on fresh pure water.

Be like water making its way through cracks. Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things will disclose themselves.
— Bruce Lee

From that first time I tasted wild harvested living spring water, my life was changed and I continued to schedule regular sojourns to the source as consistently as twice a month. There's always an exciting impulse to make a special date with the dancing droplet daughter. She shares a spectacular show and is such a singular experience that it captures the complete attention of the soul. The energetic field which surrounds a true spring is alive with almost magnetic like vibrations. Plus, every different spring has a unique personality feeling and nutritional profile.

Going to the source, finding new ones and introducing others to a spring for the first time are a few of my favorite things to do. Holy water from these sanctuaries truly hydrates our bodies in a vital way which we've never known before. I've seen lives change just like mine did and some people cry tears of joy for the liquid love that they found. It's fascinating to consider the fact that our blood, sweat, tears and all the precious bodily fluids are manufactured directly from the water we drink.

We can choose what degree of quality they will be. Our cells can be saturated with mediocrity or magnificence. For most of us, it’s a choice. For some, it’s not so much. For all, it’s a privilege. A gift.

There is one good spring near San Fran that I like to stop at whenever I drive through and while on another road trip along the west coast, I shot a short video. In this video, I describe a little bit about the spring and the inspiration that flows from it.

One of the amazing aspects of traveling adventures is that they can take us to some awesome springs, if we care to plan the path or be on the lookout for spontaneous sources. I've used this site to find springs. I think it’s a good idea to get into the habit of bringing water containers for the ride in the car, instead of relying on whatever might be provided in stores along the highways. I've been drinking predominantly fresh spring water since 2008 with very few exceptions.

When I don’t have access to it, I find a place to get some decent filtered water, like reverse osmosis. Then I’ll go further by adding minerals to activate a superior electrical charge and spinning it into a vortex because that’s the symmetrical movement that water loves to swing to.

When bottled right from the source, spring water is quite possibly the cleanest substance we can come into contact with. Everything else on the surface of the Earth is contaminated with industrial pollutants and covered in a diluted post nuclear war fallout, as can be seen in this time lapse video. Never do I drink straight from a municipal tap. There’s just too many toxins for my taste. There’s lots of information about this subject and I also wrote quite a bit on it you can check out here.

In this video, I take you to a secluded source of a spring water sanctuary near Portland Oregon.

I usually try to have all glass containers with corks on top. These materials are inert and keep the water as close to its naturally structured state as possible. Plastic is okay to use too, of course. There’s just a few important things to consider for keeping the viable quality at a premium. Treat it like wine: store it in a location like a cellar, dark and cool. Time is a critical factor too. The longer water stays in contact with plastic, the more xeon-estrogens leech into it.

Just do it. Get out there and fill up. Immerse with wild nature. Build more healthy habits and empowered relationships with the whole life community. It’s a designer kind of lifestyle. You have the ability. We are blessed.

Stay curious. Ask intelligent questions. 

Live, learn, love.

Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless, like water. If you put water into a cup, it becomes the cup. If you put water into a bottle, it becomes the bottle. You put it in a teapot and it becomes the teapot. Now, water can flow or it can crash. Be water my friend.
— Bruce Lee
 
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