Book Review: Dancing with Water
Dancing with Water: The New Science of Water, is a monumental step forward in available literature on water. While satisfying the need for scientific accuracy, the authors have produced a compelling treatise for any reader who is truly interested in understanding the depth of their relationship with water. What do the authors mean when they refer to the New Science of Water? The book explains many of water’s unique properties by examining its liquid crystalline molecular structure. But don’t worry ... the authors have kept the lay reader in mind as they explain complex subjects in easy-to-understand language.
Dancing with Water is the long-needed reference, providing credibility for many ideas and practices that have long been viewed with skepticism. It discusses the memory-retentive ability of liquid crystalline water; also its ability to transmit energy and information. The book provides insight into the effects of electromagnetic fields, crystals, salts, and the importance of hydrogen in water. But the true beauty of Dancing with Water is reflected in its format—and in its graceful delivery—much like water itself. It is a guide, intended to educate and enlighten the reader. But it is much more.
Part I lays the foundation and the scientific basis;
Part II provides instructions so that anyone can naturally treat, structure, enhance, and revitalize their water.
Dancing with Water will open your eyes and it will introduce you to your partner in life. Then it will take you to the dance floor and show you the steps of the dance. Whether you are a water enthusiast, a health practitioner, a scientist, or a lover of the natural sciences, Dancing with Water will touch your soul and it will guide you as you enter a unique and inspiring new relationship with water.