The Consciousness of Water …

For two decades the Healing Waters of the World have been affecting ALL of us in profound and life-transforming ways; this is true whether we were aware of it or not. However, with the shifts of energy, vibration, and consciousness Humanity has experienced in 2014, the Healing Waters of the World have taken a quantum leap into the crystalline frequencies of Earth.

Emoto’s research brought to the attention of the masses of Humanity the profound Truth that the Water Element is indeed conscious and capable of receiving and assimilating the thoughts, words, and feelings projected into it by Humanity. Through his ground breaking discoveries Dr. Emoto helped people realize the collective influence we could have on water and the quality of our lives by programming Gratitude and Divine Love into the massive Element of Water that envelopes our Planet and Humanity’s Earthly Bodies. For 20 years he orchestrated powerful Global Meditations and Healing Circles that have greatly influenced people everywhere and empowered the Waters of the World in ways beyond our knowing.

Marjorie Ruth O'Connor in WRT

A quote from Dr Emoto’s book, “Messages from Water” reflects his thinking in this matter:

“We must begin by learning what it means to have enough…to feel gratitude for having been born on a Planet so rich in nature and gratitude for the water that makes our life possible. If you open your eyes you will see that the World is full of so much that deserves our gratitude. When you have become the embodiment of gratitude, think about how pure the water that fills your body will be. When this happens, you, yourself will be a beautiful shining crystal of Light.”

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benefits of WRT Water Release Therapy® for Fibromyalgia and stress …

The benefits of WRT Water Release Therapy® to relieve symptoms of Fibromyalgia cannot be overstated.  The warm water therapy and gentle healing yoga like movements combined with breath assist in providing relief from widespread pain.  WRT Water Release Therapy® also assists in lowering anxiety levels and sleep disorders by helping to reduce overall inflammation in the body’s pathways.

There is a significant shift in the way the brain processes pain through this neuro-chemical balancing effect during treatment.  Clients report significant reduction in symptoms associated from stress, grief, anxiety and PTSD.  One feels an immediate shift after one WRT Water Release Therapy® Session.  The results are without effort and extremely pleasant.

Cumulative healing benefits of lasting change when received for a period of time.   Unlike drugs, there are no residual side effects or waiting periods to experience the healing, balancing, and well-being of Aquatic Therapy.

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Waters of Life…

Getting Well in Newer Ways ‘A Report from the Frontlines of Santa Barbara’s Alternative Health Movement’ –by Matt Kettmann

‘Getting Well in Newer Ways —   A Report from the Frontlines of Santa Barbara’s Alternative Health Movement’

By Matt Kettmann, Chief Editor of the Santa Barbara Independent October 7, 2010

Diane Feingold gives WRT Water Release Therapy® to her son Julian.

Article written by By Matt Kettmann and Photo by Paul Wellman

WRT Water Release Therapy®

Submerged in a warm pool, my body is carefully flopped about, like a beach towel being shaken of sand in slow motion. My underwater mind, at first worried about when my next breath would come, forgets momentarily about the needs of my lungs. It is instead lost in a full state of utter relaxation as it floats about weightlessly, my limbs occasionally stretched, my muscles frequently massaged. Welcome to the pleasures of WRT Water Release Therapy® (WRT), a modality invented by my former Yoga Instructor Diane Feingold, who took the tenets of Watsu® (or “water shiatsu”) and developed a much deeper practice.

“I’m focusing on being fully present in mind, body, and emotion, connecting deeply with all levels of being,” explained Feingold, whose clients include both those seeking simple relaxation and others with more critical needs, such as rape victims, fibromyalgia sufferers, and folks with serious neck and back problems. “It allows me to support someone in a space where they can move in ways they cannot move on land. It helps people really integrate a lot of healing, a lot of letting go. People can free themselves up from things that might be in the way of living fully in their life.” Continue reading