On Episode 24 – discussing the therapy of water

On this episode of the podcast, I unpack the notions of water being a conduit to the creative process and I expand on some words of purpose gifted to me by way of my Father.

Episode 24 – The therapy of water, do tell. As the Incense Burns 🔥


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5 Comments

  1. Lainie Levin says:

    Water. It is an endless source of therapy, of power, of metaphor.

    Whenever there’s water in my dreams, I pay special attention…

    As for your podcast, I’ll have to give it a listen and swing on back!

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    1. Thank you Lainie, truer words have never been spoken, the esoteric conponent of water seems to be coming into the mainstream and it seems that we (humanity) needs it more than ever.

      As for the podcast?

      Thank you in advance, I appreciate you!

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  2. katelon says:

    My motto has long been “When in doubt, get wet”…..standing in a shower, laying in a bath, sitting next to a stream/lake/ocean is also soothing and helps my emotions and thoughts flow, too.

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    1. Your motto is truth Katelon! Given that we are more than 60% water… it is only right and poetic!

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      1. katelon says:

        Have you read about Masaru Emoto’s work with water, discovering that depending upon the emotion directed into water, the water crystals line up in different shapes? Love directed into water is a beautiful and in integrity design. Hate or anger creates a very disjointed design. His work is so interesting. My water jugs are now sporting the word “love” on them 🙂

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