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[recto-verso-recto] Contents Foreword Introduction PART I: SCIENTIFIC PERSPECTIVES Introduction to Part I Chapter 1: Psychoenergetic Science: Expanding Today's Science to Include Human Consciousness, William A. Tiller Chapter 2: The Structure of Liquid Water: Its Relevance to Homeopathy, Ultradilute Sols (or Colloids), and Imprinted Waters, Rustum Roy Chapter 3: Water: Its Clinical and Scientific Depths, Cyril W. Smith Chapter 4: Water: Nature's Miracle Beyond Scientific Explanation, Dolly Knight and Jonathan Stromberg Chapter 5: Snow, It Has Six Edges, Maximilian Glas PART II: HEALTH AND HEALING PERSPECTIVES Introduction to Part II Chapter 6: Water As a Source of Health, Petra Bracht Chapter 7: Water: The Fusion of Science and Spirit, Darren R. Weissman Chapter 8: Dowsing for Water, Sig Lonegren Chapter 9: Listening to Water, Miranda Alcott Chapter 10: The Waters of Life, Carrie Jost PART III: SPIRITUAL AND MYTHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES Introduction to Part III Chapter 11: Water in Christianity, Alan Walker Chapter 12: Mikvah: Gateway to Purity, Rivkah Slonim Chapter 13: Waters of the World, Starhawk Chapter 14: The Spirit of Water in the World of Shamanism, Jos¿ Luis Stevens Chapter 15: Water Lore and Ritual in the World of Mythology, Terri Windling Chapter 16: Lourdes and Other Healing Wells and Springs Associated with Goddesses and Female Saints, Doreen Virtue Chapter 17: Chalice Well, Glastonbury, William Bloom Chapter 18: The Dreaming Pool of Bath, Richard Beaumont Chapter 19: Mother Ganges, India's Sacred River, Elizabeth Puttick Chapter 20: Water, the Moon, and the Sound of the Planets, Sayama Chapter 21: Rituals for Celebrating the Sacred Gift of Water, Maril Crabtree About the Authors *** ***
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Water -- Therapeutic use.
Water -- Religious aspects.
Water -- Experiments.