Aquakinesis level 1: What is water?
Water is a compound of 2 hydrogen atoms with one oxygen atom. It is regarded as a basic prerequisite for life. Water has many anomalies. Due to its dipole, the molecule has a distorted tetrahedron shape.
Frozen water floats in liquid water. This is because its density is not proportional. Water has the highest density at 4°C. At lower and higher temperatures the density is lower. So you have decided to learn aquakinesis.
Your first task will be to learn everything about this element. We have already given you a few suggestions here. There is a lot of research about water. Try to find out as much as possible about it during the next 2 weeks to 1 month.
What is water?
- What are its special properties?
- Why is it necessary for life?
- How much water does a person need?
- How is water obtained?
- What forms can water have?
- What are the cycles?
- Does water have a memory?
- How does homeopathy work, what role does water play?
- How did the elements for water come into being?
- How does it find industrial application?
- Why do some countries have a lot of water, others too little?
You should be able to answer all questions comprehensively. You will find even more questions in your research. You should only move on to the next step when you have become a real water expert.
Aquakinese Level 2: Connect to the Water
Next, you need to contact the water. Go swimming regularly. Drink conscious water. When showering, pay more attention to the water that flows over your body. Take a diving course. Do water gymnastics. When it rains, stand out and dance. Feel the drops on your face. Let the water become a significant part of your life.
There will come a moment when you will suddenly feel a connection to the element water. Only then continue with the next step.
Aquakinese Level 3: Aquakinese Exercises
For this exercise you will need a bowl of water and fine powder. You can also use small pieces of paper. You need something that floats in the water to make the movement visible. Set the bowl with the water and the particles. Let the water calm down.
Now imagine how the water begins to move. For example, let it rise in the center of the bowl and sink at the edge again. As soon as you succeed, the particles in the water will tell you that it is moving. With enough practice these will no longer be necessary because the movement becomes so strong that the water surface deforms.
Bend the water jet:
For this exercise you will need a water canister and a drip tray. The kitchen faucet would also be enough, but we can’t be too hot to consume drinking water for hours for this exercise.
Either your canister has a tap or you have to do something like this. The aim is to deflect a falling water jet. To prevent a domestic flooding, place the drip tray underneath.
Prepare yourself for the exercise again. Then let the water run away and try to deflect the falling direction to the left or right. With enough practice you will be able to drop the water in spirals or other patterns.