Hi folks. For those of you seeing this blog for the first time, you may not realize that we talk about the most ideal water in the world quite frequently. In fact, we teach about it in some of our webinars. There are a bunch of us worldwide who have aligned ourselves with the cause because we’ve seen so many lives improved by simply switching to ideal water we refer to as Life Support Water.
Most of us tend to be caring, nurturing people and we want to help everyone we can with our wonderful water. Nothing wrong with that. I believe everyone should drink it and eliminate soda, sports drinks, etc. (and while we’re on it, how about quit smoking, exercise, never have stress, keep our yards tidy, maintain our cars, etc.). There are a ton of things we “should” do, but rarely do we do them when someone TELLS us we should. Have you ever noticed that about us humans? We love to discover things ourselves and come to our own conclusions.
How does this relate to the idea of water curing disease? Hang in there with me for a second. When someone suffers some condition or disease, some of us nurturing folks want to step in and tell them how great our water is and that it will fix all ills. I’m here to tell you that it won’t. It will optimize biochemical reactions as far as the fluid in your body goes, but “fixing” or “curing” is not necessarily a topic any of us should go into. This water is a major factor, but it’s far from the only one.
But here’s the point I want to make about “telling” people. I had a friend I grew up with and hadn’t seen her in over 30 years. We made a re-connection last year and I found she had suffered with cancer for 2 years. We had a great time catching up, and the topic of her health finally came around to being seriously discussed. I told her about this incredible water, what it could do for her, and I offered it to her. I told her I simply wanted to leave a Life Support Water machine with her at no cost to her. She said no thanks. I almost begged her to take the machine because I just KNEW in my heart it might help… and she again declined. Why?
You see, sick people do a lot of research (self-discovery, right?). They want to know all their options and the internet makes that both easy (too much info) and hard (difficult to find info specifically relevant to THEIR situation). She had been dealing with cancer for 2 years and everybody under the sun seemed to have a pill or a potion or a cure they promised would/could work. She got tired of hearing it all and by the time I re-entered her life and pushed MY little potion on her, she had had enough. Her brain couldn’t handle any more and she was just happy to do what she had been doing to keep cancer at bay. It didn’t work for much longer. We buried her 5 months later at the age of 53.
Could the water have reversed her condition? Yes, it could have. In other words, MAYBE. But it never got the chance to try because I was telling her and pushing her because I thought I knew what was best for her. BIG MISTAKE. None of us know what’s best for another human being because we don’t know all the factors.
So I’m suggesting those of us who know about Life Support Water make more invitations to try our water rather than telling them what it can do for them. Changing our tone from telling them everything good about our water to instead making a caring offer MAY just give them a chance to discover it themselves. If they can do that, then maybe, just maybe, our water will have a chance to help them along.
If anyone has any ideas along these lines, I’d love to discuss. There are free water share programs all over the world for people to try Life Support Water. If you’d like to learn more about it, just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.