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Water of life

Paul Rushton considers the most beneficial and mindful ways in which to consume water – for optimal health, balance and reflection

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Almost all civilisations have bloomed by rivers, from the Ganges to the cenotes of Yucatan; sacred, vital water has been a font at which we have worshipped long before we could import it in plastic from beautiful Polynesian islands. Ayurveda would suggest that water be stored in glass or copper. Like the moon to which it is intimately linked, water brings calmness and coolness. In stillness, it reflects the sattvic mind; a mirror to the universe. As it is still or flowing, ice or vapour, ocean or droplet, water is nuanced and so are the ways in which it is optimally used.

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