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Aquamantra – Good for the Brain

December 11, 2009

By Lori Hanson

Recently I heard about Aquamantra. When I visited the website I was intrigued to read that founder was inspired to start Aqumantra after watching the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?!” A movie that had a big impact on my life. After talking with the founder Alexandra Teklak I knew this was something I had to share.

Dr. Masaru Emoto’s studies of the effects of words on water were shown in the movie “What the Bleep Do We Know?!” And while I’ve mentioned this before in my writings and blogs, I was really interested in how Aquamantra came to be. Alexandra developed Aquamantra based on Dr. Emoto’s studies and has created four bottles of water with mantra’s. “I am grateful, I am healthy, I am loved and I am lucky.” On the back of each bottle, the instructions remind you to say the mantra as you take a sip of the water.

As you take the first sip and repeat the words on the bottle, you can feel the water washing through your throat and down your body almost like it’s the first time. With each sip you begin to see more of the label that’s on the back of the bottle. Each contains a visual image of the mantra.

In addition to incredible detail on the packaging, aquamantra is natural spring water and eco-friendly.  If you haven’t tried it yet. Get yourself some aquamantra and watch what happens when you hydrate your system with positive words!

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