Structured Water Blog
Polarity of Water
This post explores concepts around the polarity of water. In polarity, opposite forces are continually coming together and separating again, creating new life cycles. Polarity is everywhere in nature, a part of life. Male and female types of energy give and take in a Yin and Yang fashion in a constant cycle.
There is usually a little more female energy than male energy. In the chemical composition of the water molecule, Hydrogen is feminine because it is giving electrons. Oxygen is masculine because it takes those electrons. Since there are two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom, the male to female ratio is 1:2.
The side of the oxygen molecule where the two hydrogen atoms are attached is the positive charge and the opposite side is the negative charge. That is the reason the water molecule is considered polarized. Water molecules come together by the negative side (oxygen) seeking out more positive charges (hydrogen). When six molecules come together, it forms a hexagonal shape. This is when water is at its best structure and quality, and why it's useful to know a little bit about the polarity of water.
Reference: “Dancing With Water: The New Science of Water” by MJ Pangman, MS & Melanie Evans