Vibrational Waters. The Therapeutical Properties of Sacred Springs
This book addresses in detail the subject of vibrational waters: waters that flow in locations of high energy and that can be used in a similar way to homeopathic and Bach flower remedies to promote mental and physical wellbeing. Some of them are also called "Marian Waters" or "Holy Waters", when they originate in a place dedicated to the Catholic faith, yet there are other interesting kinds. More
This book addresses in detail the subject of vibrational waters: waters that flow in locations of high energy and that can be used in a similar way to homeopathic and Bach flower remedies to promote mental and physical wellbeing. Some of them are also called "Marian Waters" or "Holy Waters", when they originate in a place dedicated to the Catholic faith, yet they are all considered vibrational remedies in every respect, as they have specific energy frequencies. Available in many countries, these waters can be found in shrines or temples of various religions, but also in archaeological or naturalist sites: from Lourdes to the Japanese temple of Kibune, from Fatima and Santa Lucia to Machu Picchu, from the River Ganges and River Jordan to grottos and monasteries.
50 different waters have been studied, using techniques such as dowsing and kinesiological testing. Each water is accurately described in an individual Descriptive Profile, that contains a large amount of information on the curative properties of the water for emotional and mental problems, how it can improve the related physical disturbances, its special uses (for example, application on the body or purification of the environment), the meridians (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and chakras on which it acts and the analogy with Bach flower remedies. Other chapters are dedicated to the ways of using vibrational waters, the procedure to faithfully reproduce them and the methods adopted to discover their characteristics. The final chapter reports some Summarizing Tables to find the most appropriate waters in relation to different problems.
LIST OF THE 50 WATERS PRESENTED IN THE BOOK: Banneux (Belgium), Boa Vontade (Brazil), Shrine of Caravaggio (Italy), Chalice Well (United Kingdom), Collevalenza (Italy), Delphi (Greece), Einsiedeln (Switzerland), Ephesus (Turkey), Fatima (Portugal), Fonte delle Fate (Italy), Gallinaro (Italy), River Ganges (India), Gibilmanna (Italy), River Jordan (Israel), Kibune (Japan), Saint Konrad (Germany), La Salette (France), Lichen (Poland), Loreto (Italy), Lourdes (France), Machu Picchu (Peru), Madonna del Sasso (Italy), Maranatha (USA), Maria SS. della Fontenova (Italy), Maria SS. dello Splendore (Italy), Medjugorje (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Montichiari (Italy), Notre-Dame du Folgoët (France), Notre-Dame de la Guérison (Italy), Omiwa (Japan), Oropa (Italy), Otto (Italy), Our Lady of Knock (Ireland), Shrine of Padre Pio (Italy), Sacro Speco (Italy), Saint Ann (USA), Saint Columba (United Kingdom), Saint Nectan (United Kingdom), Saint Paraskevi (USA), Saint-Sulpice (France), San Damiano (Italy), San Filippo Benizi (Italy), San Lazzaro degli Armeni (Italy), Santa Lucia (Italy), Santa Maria alla Fontana (Italy), Santa María de Guadalupe (Mexico), Santa Maria della Salute (Italy), Santa Maria in Via (Italy), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Su Tempiesu (Italy).
The book also contains: 38 photos of the places where the sacred springs are located; the pattern of the regular decagon to enhance and reproduce vibrational remedies; other illustrations about dowsing, kinesiological testing, aura and chakras.