Structured Water


Structured Water

What is Water?
Water is energy as is everything. Water makes up about 71% of the earth’s surface. Every living thing is essentially a container of water. An average adult is 50-65% water, most of which is contained in our cells.

Chemistry of Water
One end of the water molecule is charged more negatively and the other more positively. Acting through its negatively charged end, it can attract another molecule by its positively charged end, and then another and another. This is how the structure of water is formed. It is fluid and short lived but continually re-forming. Among the changing forms, formations called clusters exist. Even though water molecules are continually leaving, others come in creating stability in the cluster’s structure and enabling it to last effectively for a very long time.

Water Memory
It is within these clustered structures that water retains information it has captured. Any substance coming into contact with water leaves a trace in the water. Experiments done in many countries around the world have shown that water receives and makes an imprint of any outside influence remembering everything that occurs in the space that surrounds it. It makes no difference where the water is located.

In 1991 Physicist Dr. Wolfgang Ludwig documented that water has memory and can store frequencies and transfer coherent information to living organisms (Environmental Medicine, Edited by Trevin & Taalkenhammer, 1991).

”When water is healthy it has a complex structure that enables it to communicate information, carry energy and nutrients, promote healing, self-cleansing and the discharging of wastes.” Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958)

Water is not only being polluted with over a 100,000 man-made chemicals including pharmaceutical, toiletries and household cleaners but with toxins our livers remove from our body and are flushed down toilets, all of which is retained in the water’s memory.

Experiments with Water
Dr. Masaru Emoto, who died in 2014, spent his life studying water. His experiments included:

  • Exposing water to various sound frequencies, where he found that as the sound frequencies increased, familiar sacred geometry patterns were observed: perfect cube, tetrahedron, star tetrahedron, octahedron.
  • Presenting water with different types of music, then when frozen and observed under a microscope, the degree of symmetry and beauty of the crystals were affected by the type of music that was played.
  • Conducting an experiment with rice in three beakers of water to determine the effect of giving/withholding attention. For a month, he said “thank you” to the rice/water in the first beaker, he said “you are an idiot” to the second beaker, and completely ignored the third beaker. At the end of the month, the rice in the first beaker had begun to ferment giving off a strong pleasant aroma, the rice in the second beaker turned black, and the rice in the third beaker that was ignored was the worst — it had begun to rot.
  • Determining if water was affected by words by placing a glass of Tokyo tap water which seemed unable to form crystals in the center of a circle of people who sent gratitude to the water. Afterwards, symmetrical crystal formations were seen under a microscope as the tap water was “transformed” by the message of gratitude and continued to grow expressing the energies it had received.


Why Water Is Important for Us
Our body is our “container” of water, and is about 2/3 water. About 2/3 of that amount is part of the structure of each cell. If we don’t continually replenish our body with water, we can become sick, or even die. A general rule of thumb is to drink between half an ounce and an ounce of water for each pound you weigh each day. (For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, that would be 75 to 150 ounces of water a day.) But this amount includes all sources of water—from fluids (other than water) to the water content of the foods you eat and ever to the water your body absorbs through the skin during bathing or showering. Once you experience thirst, you have already begun to become dehydrated.

Water’s memory is not only retaining the “chemical” memories, but is also retaining spiritual memories:  both positive memories such as love and gratitude but also negative memories such as stress, anger, hatred, etc. that we are also “drinking” daily.

“Human emotions are water, and it is the form taken by these flows in the body that determine the human character.” — Leonardo Da Vinci

What is structured water?
Structured water is generally defined as water that hasn’t yet been filtrated, mechanically cleaned or “processed” in any way. Think of naturally created structure water as water that has tumbled over rocks in rivers and streams and down waterfalls as it flows through twists and turns to the ocean, filling itself with sunlight. The term “structured water” is also used to refer to the arrangement or configuration of the H2O molecules in relation to each other when they become organized to form a repeating geometric, molecular pattern and essentially becomes water in a liquid crystalline form. Structured water is life force energy, and that life force energy comes down to the water molecule itself.

Our systems for moving and processing water is through straight channels/pipes with right angle turns often in a closed-loop system where it undergoes aggressive chemical purification, passes through powerful filters, and is then returned to our homes and businesses for consumption. This is what you could call “unstructured” water, or as others have called it: dead water or de-energized water.

“We have been forming crystals for more than a dozen years. From our tests, we came to the conclusion that living water forms more hexagonal crystals. Less vibrant or dead water doesn’t form hexagonal shapes. What concerns me is that water from any big city tends not to form beautiful crystals. When water travels in the city, it collects negative information from the people and pollution. Also, the more chlorine in the water the less crystals can form. We also have pipes that make lots of turns. Image if you were water. You might want to die with all this unnatural and forced movement.” Dr. Masaru Emoto, Water Researcher, Japan. From the movie: The Secret of Water

Structured water can be thought of as healthy water that is a liquid crystal composed of clusters of water molecules in perfect geometric shapes that remain “alive” in limited motion relative to one another. I like to think of it as crystalline water’s infinite spinning dance of life.

How Can Water Be Re-Structured and What Are Its Benefits?
There are many ways to re-structure and re-energize water such as using crystals, sunlight, music, thoughts and words, human touch and the many water vortexing devices currently on the market. (See the attached sheet on the simple and inexpensive water vortexing device that I have made for my own personal use, and am now making available to others.)

Below are some of the benefits that have been attributed to drinking structured water, most of which are listed on Dr. Josh Axe’s website (

  • pH balance
  • Endurance
  • Weight control
  • Joint health
  • Concentration
  • Neutralized toxins
  • Muscle contractions
  • Energy levels
  • Positive moods
  • Improved skin
  • Ability to sleep well
  • Respiration/Circulation
  • Increased hydration/oxygen
  • Digestion & Regularity
  • Kidney & Liver health
  • Mental & spiritual clarity
  • Blood pressure & cholesterol levels
  • Enzymes that help with nutrient absorption

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The information provided is for informational purposes only and should not be used in place of personal judgment or medical treatment when needed. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Only a licensed health practitioner can diagnose and treat medical conditions.