When hydrating yourself, it is important to consider not only the quantity, but also the quality of the water you drink.
This invites us to look at water biophysically as well as biochemically. Living water, as found in artesian springs, is made up of molecules organized in such a way that facilitates their permeation of the cell membrane. Water that has been deadened by treatment plants and sitting in pipes for extended periods of time is made up of disorganized clusters that make it very difficult for the molecules to permeate the cell walls. Even when this type of water is drunk to excess, a person can remain dehydrated because they are not hydrating themselves at a cellular level. In a healthy state, our bodies can break down these clusters into smaller molecules that can permeate the cell membrane, but if this capacity is weakened by disease or imbalance, the effort to rehydrate ourselves should be supported by drinking water that is not as clustered.
One way to access living water is by buying bottled spring water. Artesian spring water is so important in terms of our health because it has remained in the earth for longer periods of time, allowing it to pick up the cosmic frequencies from the process of evaporation and precipitation. The longer it is in the earth, the greater the charge of life energy. It is both biochemically and biophysically primed for hydration at the cellular level. There is a case of a woman at the clinic whose edema significantly improved after drinking nothing but Fiji water for a month. When this level of cellular hydration starts to occur, the body sustains an internal environment suitable for breaking down armouring. The cells can start to trust that there will be adequate supplies of water and start to produce cells that are permeable and ready to live responsively.
Another way to ensure that we are hydrating ourselves at a cellular level is by enhancing the quality of our tap water. Investing in a good quality filtration system is important. Nikken filters provide good value, with reasonably priced replacement parts. Keeping in mind the biophysical quality of water as well, after filtration, it is helpful to re-structure the water molecules. Methods for doing this include: letting the water sit in a reservoir in the sun, placing quartz crystals (available for purchase at the clinic) in your drinking water the night before consumption, and letting the water sit in a jar on an orgone charging plate.
Another factor to consider in the quality of your water is the pH level. This varies by geographic region so before making any changes, it is helpful to measure a few samples with pH strips. The normal range for surface water is between 6.5 and 7.5. In general, water with a pH < 6.5 is acidic, soft, and corrosive, containing elevated levels of toxic metals. If your water is too acidic, adding a few drops of chlorophyll will raise the pH so that it is more alkaline (high quality, affordable chlorophyll is available for purchase at the clinic).
Hydration at the cellular level is critical to both restoring and maintaining good health. Make sure that your efforts to increase your daily water intake are not in vain by giving due consideration not only to the quantity, but also the quality, of water you ingest.
A helpful book to consult when improving the quality of your water is Water and Salt: the Essence of Life.