Understanding Water : Developments from the work of Theodor Schwenk (revised edition 2005)

Author(s): Andreas Wilkens, Michael Jacobi & Wolfram Schwenk

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Throughout the ages, people have experienced the life-giving and healing forces in water. Water is integral to life, and surrounds us in nature and in our own bodies. But not all water is the same. Water can carry good energies, and bad energies. How can we understand water enough to know the difference? Theodor Schwenk, the renowned author of "Sensitive Chaos", founded an institute for water research in the Black Forest in Germany. He developed the Drop Picture Method, which displays the characteristics of water clearly for the non-specialist. Today, the Institute continues his work and here presents momentous findings about the quality of our drinking water, groundwater, spring water and river water. Stunningly illustrated in colour, this book offers a unique insight into the world of water. Originally published in German 1995; This revised edition first published 2005


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General Fields

  • : 9780863155406
  • : floris
  • : floris
  • : July 2019
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Andreas Wilkens, Michael Jacobi & Wolfram Schwenk
  • : Paperback