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Nature's Electricity

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Nature is full of electricity. Electricity in nature is referred to as “piezoelectricity” and is very subtle. Pressure creates polarization in organic matter and this creates electricity.

Since water is a liquid crystal, it can conduct electricity quite efficiently. Pangman & Evans share their formula for Full-Spectrum Living Water: “Ion-rich water + organizing energy + spiral movement + natural light & sound = Full-Spectrum, Living Water”.

When water passes through the cell wall, this type of energy is produced. That means it gives us some of the energy we need to function. Without the potential for this energy however, water cannot be readily absorbed.

Structured water keeps the water molecules small enough to be absorbed at this point. Some people like to use crystals to structure their water because they contain a lot of piezoelectric energy. The world is full of quartz and therefore gets most of its piezoelectric energy from this plentiful source.

Nature's electricity or piezoelectric energy also affects our weather. The atmospheric pressure created by the Sun creates this energy in the air currents along with evaporation. Lightning creates our supply of electrons, which change from negative to positive when they encounter the Sun’s rays. They spin in a different way when this happens, and this process is called the “global electrical circuit”.

Nature is so fascinating!

Reference: “Dancing With Water: The New Science of Water” by MJ Pangman, MS & Melanie Evans

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