water watch - awareness, alliances, advocacy

News release

earthHeal joins organizations around the world to mark World Water Day with ongoing efforts to involve young people in healthier water choices and actions for today and tomorrow

Toronto, ON  March 22, 2008 is World Water Day  - an international day of observance and action to draw attention to the plight of the more than 1 billion people world wide who lack access to clean, safe drinking water. As the world marks today in recognition of water as essential to our existence and that of our planet please take a moment today and every day to honor and reflect on how access to your own clean, safe, abundant water is important to everything else in life.

~Eric Huurre, founder, earthHeal

introduction

"What we need now is gratitude....gratitude for having been born on a planet so rich in nature, and gratitude for the water that makes our life possible." Dr. Masaru Emoto (Messages from Water)

earthHeal Canada is an initiative formed out of respect for the healing and re-energizing qualities of fresh water and a desire to promote non-polluting, life-affirming solutions for revitalizing this vital, if misunderstood, life force.

Where technology can validate, rather than replace nature, earthHeal embraces and promotes its application across the full spectrum of natural resources and uses.

This web site and the activities and alliances referenced through its outreach programs will focus on a solutions-based, integrated approach to researching and building awareness of any and all efforts which address good health and a healthier environment through a better understanding and use of the energetic qualities inherent in fresh water.

The credo that nature should be understood and copied is best embodied in this most basic of all natural elements. At the same time that this vital resource is under threat, new insights are uncovering water's special place in sustaining life and more.

The concepts and solutions that earthHeal promotes emanate from the work of "free energy" advocates and discoverers from around the world - past and present.

Among them, forester and natural scientist, Viktor Schauberger, observed that water, in it's natural state, is self-revitalizing - in other words, as it travels across natural landscapes, fresh water has the ability to clean, replenish and re-energize itself and what it comes into contact with. Schauberger's sentiment that we should "comprehend and copy nature" is never more appropriate while technology struggles to mimic what nature so beautifully offers us as the model for health and wellness. Much of the free energy work underway today owes its origin to this important pioneer and discoverer of the true 'messages in water.'

Through the investigations of individuals such as Callum Coates, Dr. F. Batmanghelidj and Dr. Masaru Emoto among others, the energetic properties and abilities of water to transfer information and to heal are coming to light.

earthHeal works to honour the work of these and other pioneers in the ongoing study of water through efforts to promote greater awareness, alliances and advocacy for safegarding this most important component to all life.