Wight of the Nine Worlds

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I welcome thee free spirit, which thou shalt come with an open heart, open mind and an open soul, for what you are about to read can only be understood by the wise who are eager to learn and to embrace the roots deep and forgotten in the hearts of the free people of Europe, by accepting who you are and where your roots lie, is half way into the great road of life. We will journey unto where our spirit takes us with the knowledge we gained. Learn and teach.

Water Element


Note: The Photo was taken By Missloony all rights reserved. By clicking on her name, you can watch her Deviantart or at her blog in HealingByLiving


The water Element, it runs through the very veins of the earth, deep into the oceans and rivers, it is a self sustaining resource in that it can create itself through a cycle. It is created by oxygen which is the most common element of the earth's crust and hydrogen is the most common element of the universe, so it is almost inevitable that the two molecules would find each other and form bonds, and now that water is creaded, in the lakes and oceans is evaporated by the heat of the sun and forms a vapour that joins together to form clouds. When the temperature is warm enough, the vapour condenses into drops which is what rain is made out of. The rain falls onto the earth, into the land as well as back into oceans, lakes and rivers. From the water bodies it evaporates and the cycle starts all over again.
This element, is an emotional element, it provokes emotions on the human mind, that in turn is reflected on the body. We always think about water, as a wet and cold element, but it can prove very useful in terms of relaxation. Many dont like the rain or the sound of it, it gives them a dreadful chill in their soul, and
depression. For those who love the rain and the sounds it makes falling on the earth, trees and their leaves, know better how it calms, especially if you are indoors. Others may find alternative ways of relaxation with water, try taking a shower or a long bath with hot water, and when your body is warm enough, wash your entire body with cold water, the shock is a realy good and natural therapy for your heart and it helps the blood run in your veins, or you can do the same but washing progressively with water less hot then the first one, and so on till it reaches the cold, you will feel nothing because your body is too warmed up, when it starts to cool down, the sensation is outstanding. Also if you know and like to swim, you can dive deep in a pool, "sliding" in the bottom and come back up, exercise your body and your lungs, it helps you in breathing problems and, exercising your body, it will help you in locomotion problems and ofcourse in spine problems, Swiming is the greatest sport you can make, it is good for your health in every way, and you feel the freedom of your movements, outside the water you will feel lighter.


4 comentários:

Maria Dulce Branquinho said...

Nice photo, very much unusual.
Water, source of life. Indispensable to our existence and yet so scarce in some parts of the world, like the Horn of Africa where famine is taking so many to death. The so called developed countries should be more helpful. But, of course, they're black, who cares?

Arith Härger said...

tens toda a razão tia, devia ter falado também, do seu poder destructivo. Já voltei de férias, vou dar uma olhadela nos teus blogs.

Miss Loony said...

Falas na água como um elemento emocional mas acho que todos os elementos são "emocionais",pelo menos para mim :c
Apesar de não gostares do mar,a rebentação das ondas é um som bastante relaxante para muita gente, e a liberdade que se sente quando se está dentro de agua é uma sensação unica :3
um dia volto a natação contigo,quando ganhar forças >.<

Arith Härger said...

meu pi bom, quem me dera que viesses nadar cmg.. outra vez.. sim o que falas é verdade, mas não gosto nada do mar, apesar de me saber bem nadar e brincar ctg na agua hehe.