From Astrology Zone
Brings Emotional Sensitivity and Intuition
Pisces: February 19 – March 20
Cancer: June 22 – July 22
Scorpio: October 24 – November 22
Water takes many forms–it can be a liquid, it can be a gas (as in steam), or it can be frozen. It can be gentle as a little babbling brook, or violent as a thundering tidal wave.
Torrents of passion well within water signs and they feel things deeply. However, water signs are always emotionally reserved, no matter what impression they might give on the surface. Still water, it as been said, runs deep, and the mystery about water pertains to this group (especially Scorpio). A water sign will always become quiet or withdrawn when they are trying to sort things out. It will take some time to get to know them well, for they reveal themselves slowly. They realize their intense emotions hold tremendous power, and they tend to handle their feelings carefully. When they fall in love, water signs love with their whole hearts and all their devotion. Their sensitivity makes them highly romantic, even sentimental. Often psychic, water signs read your true intentions simply by reading your gestures and body language and will trust actions more than words (Pisces, particularly, has elevated this talent to high art). Continue reading
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FENG SHUI WATER ELEMENT
Feng shui water element description – color, shape, geographical direction, symbol
Water is considered to be the initial element, that makes the birth to all the other elements and symbolizes wealth. Water has the clear and fresh effects. The water balance causes inspiration, wisdom and astuteness.
The excess of water leads to flabbiness and despondency. Too many water makes the feeling of unbalance, the feeling you are sinking, alarm. The lack of water leads to the feeling of loneliness, [separation], stress, and insignificance. Continue reading
The Water Element
From The Spiritual Feng Shui
Feng Shui literally means “wind” and “water,” so you can see that water is a meaningful element in our lives. Wind is said to disperse chi and water holds it.
We are all mostly made up of water, as is the planet we live on. Water is where life is thought to have originated and it’s important for reproduction, without it it’s difficult for fertilization to take place.
To work best, water needs to move or flow. Stagnant water breeds rotting things and doesn’t fare well in any environment. Continue reading
Tarot Card Meanings – The Cups
The Cups represent relationships, emotions and love.
Ace of Cups
Contentment. Abundance. Fertility. As the Aces represent new beginnings, and the Cups represent love, emotion and family, it is not surprising that the Ace of Cups suggests the start of new relationships, or perhaps family relations growing closer. This card also sometimes portends marriage or childbirth. Traditionally, feasting, opulence, good news, Continue reading
Study: Positive Energy and Thinking Impact Water and Its Molecular Structure
Masaru Emoto writes in The Miracle of Water that positive energy changes the molecular structure of water, making it cleaner and more pure, and even giving it healing properties. This doesn’t refer to some kind of electric device sending vibrations into water, but loving thoughts directed at the water.
He conducted experiments in which water molecules were studied under a microscope. The water came from various places, including tap water. The water didn’t Continue reading