Water’s structure responds to consciousness
The first verse of the Bible says, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was a formless void, there was darkness over the deep, and God’s spirit hovered over the water. God said, “Let there be light…”
It is said that “The Big Bang”, the initial event that began the universe, can be seen as the moment when God said, “Let there be light!”
But according to the Bible, even before the Big Bang, there was water.
In the Gospel of John, Chapter 3, Jesus tells Nicodemus “I tell you most solemnly, unless a man is born through water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God.”
We now know that the-solar-system-and-beyond-is-awash-in-water. See https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/resources/16178/ “As NASA missions explore our solar system and search for new worlds, they are finding water in surprising places. Water is but one piece of our search for habitable planets and life beyond Earth, yet it links many seemingly unrelated worlds in surprising ways.”
There is water on the Moon, water under the surface of Mars, the comets are dusty snowballs, there are ice blocks in the asteroid belt, beyond Pluto in the Kuiper belt, and surrounding our solar system in the Oort Cloud. And NASA is finding water surrounding developing galaxies in deep space.
We know that our human bodies are made up mostly of water.
Christians believe that after death we will have bodies not made of the same material that our earthly bodies are made of. Perhaps our spiritual bodies will be made of water, in a form we have not yet seen. The possible structures of water have been surprising scientists in recent years. For example, a report from the University of Cambridge “New Phases of Water Detected”, published on 14th September 2022:
Water confined into a one-molecule thick layer goes through several phases. In one phase, "the oxygen atoms form a solid lattice, and protons flow like a liquid through the lattice, like kids running through a maze.” Venkat Kapil
Under normal circumstances, water does not break down into its constituent parts, hydrogen and oxygen. What better candidate for a substance that lasts forever?
Water's structure responds to consciousness.
Here is an excerpt from Masaru Emoto's book "The Hidden Messages in Water" Atria Books, Kindle Edition. “I particularly remember one photograph. It was the most beautiful and delicate crystal that I had so far seen—formed by being exposed to the words “love and gratitude.”
“It was as if the water had rejoiced and celebrated by creating a flower in bloom. It was so beautiful that I can say that it actually changed my life from that moment on.”
“Water had taught me the delicacy of the human soul, and the impact that “love and gratitude” can have on the world.”
It seems to me quite reasonable that a human soul could instantly create from water a body for itself, after it has abandoned its worn-out and no longer functional earthly body