High Frequency Source
Unlike tap-sourced water, distilled water, or settled water from an underground aquifer, Castle Rock Water imparts a revitalizing, memorable experience. Perhaps this is due, in part, to the rhythmical path the water follows as it flows down the myriad lava tunnels and streams so distinctive of Mount Shasta. Extensive studies at the Healing Water Institute and work by other scientists exploring the amazing properties of water are profiled in the book, Healing Waters by Jochen Schwuchow, John Wilkes and Iain Trousdell. Research indicates that “when water is removed from its natural context and treated in a purely mechanical or chemical manner, its capacity to support life is reduced.” ₁ Reestablishing the vibrational frequency or energetic quality of ‘human-captured water’ is possible by creating contoured flow designs that mimic the rhythms and dynamics naturally present in the swirling eddies of alpine streams and curving lava tunnels. With its own harmonic resonance, Castle Rock Water remains unspoiled, unrestricted, and unprocessed – pure, living water the way nature intended.
High Frequency Living Water!
The beautiful water crystal pictured to the left reveals the exceptional molecular structure and energized frequency inherent in Castle Rock Water. This authentic microscopic image was recently taken at Dr. Masaru Emoto’s research laboratory in Japan. The symmetrical shape and intricate crystal structure are consistent with Dr. Emoto’s findings that pristine mountain spring water is highly charged and more beneficial than other types of water such as distilled and tap-sourced water. Low quality water has difficulty forming geometrically-shaped crystals, whereas Castle Rock Water freshly-sourced from Shasta Springs already exhibits a natural life force, even in the absence of supplemental influences like music and prayer.
*For more information read Dr. Emoto’s The Hidden Messages in Water (April 2004), Beyond Words Publishing or The Message from Water 111: Love Thyself (January 2006), Hay House publishers.