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chi-charged water ???

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posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 06:50 PM
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Somebody please enlighten me on this. What is this all about. I read it on another post and was currious. Thoughts anyone???




posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 07:33 PM
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Kinda has a catchy marketing sound doesn't it? Drink Chiwatta!

From what little I know of Chi, it's the idea that a person or entity (such as the earth) can harness, focus and direct power. When you see someone in martial arts strike with chi, they focus and deliver a tremendous amount of force from a small and specific point. Kinda like DragonballZ - KAMEHAMEHA! As far as water, it is part of the earth and theoretically there are places of high positive energy and low energy depending on where things were meant to be. That's the small, dribbling fountain of knowledge I have. Maybe someone more verse in East Asian studies can help us out. As for me though, I'll stick with Propel


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posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 07:51 PM
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i think you should watch the movie "what the @$%# do we really know?" i havent seen it myself but i heard from a friend that it touches on this type of subject.



posted on Nov, 16 2004 @ 09:45 PM
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This is actually the name of the movie ? "what the @$%# do we really know?" ???And is it available @ Hollywood video, Blockbuster, or maybe Netflix?



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 03:22 AM
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Originally posted by krt1967
Somebody please enlighten me on this. What is this all about. I read it on another post and was currious. Thoughts anyone???


Chi is energy, everything has its own Chi (energy), whether dead or alive, rocks, trees, rivers, wind, air, plastic, metal, ect, ect.. Humans have the power to alter thier Chi. Once you can control your Chi you can start to manipulate the Chi around you. Chi charged water is water that a person has charged using thier own Chi (energy).

Look into Reiki, Relfexology and other forms of energy (like crystal) healing, it will help you to develop a great and powerful Chi. Also look into Aikido and Tai Chi.



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 04:25 AM
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Chi Water, or as Saint4God like to say, Chiwatta
is somewhat new to me. But along a similar idea I may be able to help explain why such an 'Energy Water' does exist. How Chi fits in and why and for what purpose is up to you though.

I ran across this site that has done extensive research on the Bonding Properties of Water. It bonds in many different ways giving various ElectroMagnetic Properties.
For example, - www.lsbu.ac.uk...

"Very high field strengths (5 x 109 V m-1) are required to reorient water in ice such that freezing is inhibited. Even partial alignment of the water molecules with the electric field will cause pre-existing hydrogen bonding to become bent or broken.

Water is diamagnetic and may be levitated in very high magnetic fields.


That site provides some serious science about water to a degree that is basically pointless unless you're a researcher or chemist. Yet there are some areas that may be of some use to you as well as being basic enough to understand. As for it's uses in Homeopathic areas you'll want to look somewhere else. I do recommend looking into the different bonding types and the sections on symmetry of Platonic Solids and how they are tied into it too.
Here is a place to start:
www.lsbu.ac.uk...

Here are some examples of the bonding types:



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 06:46 AM
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Originally posted by amike555
Also look into Aikido and Tai Chi.


I've had a brush with both arts. Kung-Fu is kinda the high impact version whereas Tai Chi is a slower, flowing art. I've taken a few classes of the Chinese exercise. The cool thing about Tai Chi is you move very slow, which sounds easy but turns out to be a heck of a workout! Very calming, natural movements yet developing muscle control. Kinda like Yoga (not the short Jedi master from Dagobah), another fav. sport.

I'd also taken a few classes in Aikido. Let's see what I can remember... the suffix -do- means 'the way' and Aiki means...uh...get your butt tossed to the ground! Just kidding, can't recall the prefix but I used to call it 'Locks, Throws, Rolls, and Holds'. It's a great self defense and a lot of fun learning how to throw someone with one finger (with their cooperation of course). The idea is for you to do as little movement possible and use your opponents energy to allow them to follow through...to the ground! From those who've taken Judo, they say it's also similar. I couldn't get used to the whole 'bowing to the dead master' thing so I pursued Wushu/Kung-Fu as my exercise of choice.




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posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 10:27 AM
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I doubt they can distinguish a glass of normal water from a glass of chi-charged water in a double-blind experiment. The structures in mOjOm talks about are quite unstable in liquid water and would certainly be changed, if not destroyed, by the addition of saliva in the mouth and HCl in the stomach.

I would like to remind everyone here that there is no real evidence for the existance of chi. I also thought that chi was supposed to be 'energy' of living beings. How can the dead water store such energy?



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 11:16 AM
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first off, for water nto to be "living", it needs to not have microorganisms...as long as it is thourghly mixed with "living" crtters, it can be used as if it was living....



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 11:34 AM
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Originally posted by amantine
I doubt they can distinguish a glass of normal water from a glass of chi-charged water in a double-blind experiment. The structures in mOjOm talks about are quite unstable in liquid water and would certainly be changed, if not destroyed, by the addition of saliva in the mouth and HCl in the stomach.

I would like to remind everyone here that there is no real evidence for the existance of chi. I also thought that chi was supposed to be 'energy' of living beings. How can the dead water store such energy?


Oh yeah, sure, if you want to get all scientific about it and look for proof of validity
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Nice pic of Bernini's Apollo and Daphne by the way. He was my fav. sculptor in my favorite art period. If it's not Baroque, fix it!



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 12:00 PM
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"Nice pic of Bernini's Apollo and Daphne by the way. He was my fav. sculptor in my favorite art period. If it's not Baroque, fix it!"


So that's what it is!

I started to look for it under "Rape of Lucrece" and couldn't find anything, then I thought it might be the same guy that did "Laocon and His Sons" --
Polydoros of Rhodes. So I was only about fourteen hundred years off....



posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 12:13 PM
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Wrong piece, sorry. It's actually Rape of Persephone! I thought Apollo looked a bit too aged. Apollo and Daphne is also really similar. I got the Bernini part right though. What's really amazing is Bernini's David (not like Michaelangelo's). If you stand in front of it like you're supposed too, it looks like you're Goliath and he's about to whip that rock at ya. I get a sharp pain between my eyes just looking at it.

www.prometheus-imports.com...



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posted on Nov, 17 2004 @ 10:01 PM
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In the following link there's some research made about chi. Looks interesting, but I have no idea about the accuracy though...

www.soulinvitation.com...



posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 08:43 AM
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Originally posted by saint4God
Wrong piece, sorry. It's actually Rape of Persephone! I thought Apollo looked a bit too aged. Apollo and Daphne is also really similar. I got the Bernini part right though. What's really amazing is Bernini's David (not like Michaelangelo's). If you stand in front of it like you're supposed too, it looks like you're Goliath and he's about to whip that rock at ya. I get a sharp pain between my eyes just looking at it.

www.prometheus-imports.com...


I saw Bernini's Apollo and Daphne, Pluto and Proserpina, David and Aenaes and Anchises in the Villa Borghese in Rome. They are very impressive when you see them in pictures, but the real thing is even more amazing. If I were to judge on composition, Apollo and Daphne would be my favourite, but in Pluto and Proserpina you have the fear of Proserpina, the fingers of Pluto pressing into Proserpina's thigh and side (this looks very realistic) and his smile. And all of that in marble, which is pretty much the material that is most difficult to sculpt.

Gianlorenzo Bernini is my favourite sculptor. I recently saw a book with high-quality color photos of all his work, but alas, I had already spent most of my money.



posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 09:10 AM
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Let alone in real life...yet. I'd be interested in the title & author of the book as well as a charter flight to see the real thing as soon as I get enough pennies together.

Oh yeah, the original topic. Uh, chi-water...I hear there is there is some natural waters in Mexico that gives you the 'runs'. That's energy right?



posted on Nov, 18 2004 @ 11:06 PM
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Ya some crazy guy sells bottled chi water at venice beach



posted on Nov, 19 2004 @ 07:54 AM
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Originally posted by saint4God
Let alone in real life...yet. I'd be interested in the title & author of the book as well as a charter flight to see the real thing as soon as I get enough pennies together.


The book was published by Phaidon. I think it's this one.

On my school, you can choose between a week Rome or a week Greece. You have to pay about $600 for it, but that includes a hotel, food, museum entrance fees and there are teachers with you to guide you through the city. Rome is really worth visiting, but you need a good guide, human or book, because there is so much to see.



posted on Nov, 19 2004 @ 07:59 AM
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Originally posted by amantine
On my school, you can choose between a week Rome or a week Greece. You have to pay about $600 for it, but that includes a hotel, food, museum entrance fees and there are teachers with you to guide you through the city.


That's a good inexpensive deal. I'd go for it.



posted on Nov, 19 2004 @ 12:04 PM
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Originally posted by sen5e
That's a good inexpensive deal. I'd go for it.


I did. Last year in april we went with a group of about 30 people to Rome for a week. The other 70 students in my year went to Greece in two groups of 35.



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