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Anyone on here ever try Sun-Charged water???......I used to take Distilled water poor it into glass containers and leave it out in the sun or in a sunny window. If you are sensitive enough to it you will find that you get a slight energy boost by drinking the water. Also the water doesn't feel like it 'sits' in your stomach at all. It feels like it automatically absorbs into your cells. You can also take distilled water and re-mineralize it by putting a few grains of rice in the water jug or do both. To correctly sun-charge the water you are only supposed to use glass containers...

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How does this process work? What exactly is the sun "charging" in the water. I can't imagine much difference except your water gets a little warmer.
Well you do agree that the sun gives off energy do you not? It gives more than warmth, it gives light. It creates life on this planet. The warmth of the sun is not what gives life to plants, it is the light energy of the sun that does this. For example....You can put a plant in a dark closet and artificially warm the plant with a heating device, but it will not grow. Or you can put a plant in a cold room with lots of sun light and it will grow. In the same way the water gets 'charged' with the suns energy, thereby transferring that energy to you when you drink it. When you eat food and fruits specifically you are not only getting nutrients you are getting the Sun-charged water in a very nice tasty little package created by nature. The 'energy' of fruits is higher than any other food. It is a high vibe food source. Anyone else have any input on this?.... The 'energy' or electromagnetic frequencies or vibrations of certain foods? I am by no means an expert on this topic...but this is my understanding...
The only problem with that logic is that the sun interacts with organic materials. By organic I mean to say carbon-based. This is why no matter how much water and sunlight you give to a rock, it stays a rock. When you add water and sunlight to a seed...it sprouts with life! Water is INorganic and thus does not have the properties to be affected by the sunlight...as far as I know I mean.
I see your point...but on the other had I'm not trying to get my water to turn into anything else. I want it to stay water just like the rock stays the rock. By leaving water in the sun to be charged I am not trying to get it to come to life so to speak lol.....It's like when someone uses solar panels to transfer sun energy (light energy) to charge a battery to power their home. The solar panels are also INorganic as is the rock and water but nonetheless the panels are absorbing the suns energy for use as POWER which is what happens with sun-charged water. The sun interacts with more than just "organic materials." Try it.
Maybe I will do a little experiment. I will take two glasses of water and "sun charge" one of them and label it. Then I will mix them up and drink them later and see if I feel a difference between the too.
Ok cool..... make sure you leave the suncharged one in the window or outside in the sun for at least 3-4 hours to get a good charge...and it's best if it's sunny out and not cloudy...either way is supposed to work though
Apples huh? Cool.......how did you come to this conclusion?....What kind of experimenting are you talking about?
Cool....any particular kind of apples or apples in general?
That's cool...unfortunately for me.... I don't really like apples too much tho...lol :P
Hi Nick,
I feel that water is affected by the sun and many other things too.
I also put fruit in the sunshine to solarise.
When I was on a water fast, I wrote the word 'Thank You' and taped it to my water bottles.

I think that water has the potential to carry energy and vibrations.

Love and peaches XX.
That's great fruitbatanne

I think you are right....and I think we are the same way....ask Jericho Sunfire...

He's charging himself directly from the the sun and we are 70+ % water right....
In the film "What the Bleep Do We Know?", an photography exhibit is shown of water at the molecular level. Various bottles of water were labeled using different terms (angry, happy, grateful, etc.) and then a photographer took an image of the water molecules after a while of people picking up these various water bottles. The molecules looked completely different. Im not sure if this experiment was real or something used just to get the point across, but I completely agree with everything being said here.

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