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Water, Pure and Simple: The Infinite Wisdom of an Extraordinary Molecule

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Water, Pure and Simple
The Infinite Wisdom of an Extraordinary Molecule
Paolo Consigli, MD
There is no more important substance on earth than water, which makes up over 70% of both our bodies and our planet. This remarkable new resource for inner enlightenment allows us to discover and understand more about this most common of molecules by reconciling modern science with ancient wisdom. What makes water such an integral part of life? By going beyond simply describing its attributes and celebrating its physical properties, this study reveals water’s spiritual dimension. We learn about our own hypnotic attraction to the element’s purity and transparency, its bizarre physical behavior, and how water’s capacity to transfer data is at the root of its therapeutic properties.
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Water, Pure and Simple The Infinite Wisdom of an Extraordinary Molecule Paolo Consigli, MD There is no more important substance on earth than water, which makes up over 70% of both our bodies and our planet. This remarkable new resource for inner enlightenment allows us to discover and understand more about this most common of molecules by reconciling modern science with ancient wisdom. What makes water such an integral part of life? By going beyond simply describing its attributes and celebrating its physical properties, this study reveals water’s spiritual dimension. We learn about our own hypnotic attraction to the element’s purity and transparency, its bizarre physical behavior, and how water’s capacity to transfer data is at the root of its therapeutic properties.

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Author Dr. Paolo Consigli MD
Publisher Watkins
Place London
Year 2008-05-06
ISBN 9781905857487
Binding Paperback
Condition Good

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