Blue Solar Water

I first learned about blue solar water from my training as a certified Ho’oponopono practitioner. To put very simply Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian process of re-establishing your true self identity through repentance, forgiveness and transmutation. It is a wonderfully simple yet profound way of letting go of memories and data held in the subconscious mind that determine how you perceive yourself, other people, the world and particular situations. It is about being 100% responsible for whatever is showing up in your life and the cleaning tools to help you let go of those limitations. Blue solar water is one of these tools.

This healing water is a very efficient cleansing tool and very simple to make. Not only will it help you to release memories from the subconscious mind and return you to the zero state but it will purify the water and release any dissonant frequencies it may have accumulated on its way into your bottle. It can also be used on plants or animals and to release earth bound spirits or entities.

All you need is:

  • A genuine blue glass bottle (not painted blue), with a plastic lid (no metal)
  • Water
  • Sunshine or an incandescent light

Simply fill the bottle up with water, put the lid on and place it in the sun (or under incandescent light) for at least one hour.  During this process the water will be purified and infused with healing properties and rainbow colours. You only need to have a drop of this water for the healing properties to take effect.

Uses:

  • Add to your regular drinking water
  • Cook soup, pasta, vegetables or any other food with it
  • Add it to your tea or coffee
  • Add it to your pet’s drinking water
  • Add to pot plants or fish bowl/tank
  • Uses are only limited by your imagination

You could take this process further and subject the water to different qualities.  Simply stick words on the bottle of the qualities you aspire to embody; such as love, gratitude, peace and so on.

I am also including the following web resources for your information only. I am not affiliated with any of these sites. They are merely sites I have come across which you may find interesting.

Blue glass bottles which have been sandblasted with beautiful words and images are found www.bluebottlelove.com/blue-glass-water-bottles

If you would like to find out more about Ho’oponopono, I recommend a great book called Zero Limits by Joe Vitale & Ihaleakala Hew Len, PhD. It explains all the basics.

Other Ho’oponopono cleaning tools may be found at www.zero-wise.com/shop/