Saying "I love you" to the water you drink is a good place to start the journey of healing for both ourselves and our environments.
Knowing that we are mainly water and that water is life.
We are a part of our environment and not separate from.
The moon has influence on water.
Water can move mountains and carve rocks.
Scientific research has found that water responds to the energy we give it.
They say that water has memory and the water in you has a life time of memories of places and people and emotions.
There are many indigenous beliefs that the harm we do to Papatuanuku represents the harm to ourselves and others.
Wairua means ‘two waters’ . In Te Ao Maori (Maori worldview) all living things have wairua or two waters of energy. Waiora which is pure divine energy from the source and Waituhi which is the memory water stores of everything we have done both good and bad.
We can cry rivers of joy and sadness.
Start loving your water/yourself.
Ko au te awa, ko te awa ko au
I am the river, the river is me.