Peter Lund Frandsen is back with a new lecture! This time we are exploring ideas and the latest knowledge about water, the human body, biology and consciousness. Is WATER more important than cells and tissues in the body? If you could sort all the molecules in your body and divide them into two piles, one with biological molecules and another with water molecules, you would only find one single “real biology molecule” for every time you put 99 molecules in the water pile. All this water is not floating around like a large inner sea. It is organized and structured in complicated ways. The water is just as organized just as is your anatomy. All of this is inextricably linked to philosophy, the physics of how matter arises and is formed, sound patterns, coherence, cosmology, technologies, health, consciousness science and energy medicine.
Despite the enormous scope and multiple facets of the subjects, Peter will present a rounded evening about the understanding of water’s properties and the many possibilities they offer.
New and re-discovered facts about water
Where is the water in you? How is it linked to connective tissue?
Does water “remember” information?
Water in nature, water in materials, water in air
Cymatics, frequencies that form water
Electricity and magnetism in tissues and water
Does water “talk” to other water?
Is water a living organism?
Water as an interface to quantum reality
Read more at frontierbiology.com/water
PREREQUISITES: None. Open to the public.
Oct 9 $85
Wed 6—9 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
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What to bring: pen, paper