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Why is water slippery?

No matter how many ways I try to explain the Star Songs, people don’t seem to truly get what they are. It may just be that I haven’t found a good way to properly communicate/explain them. However, I often wonder if it is just that their energy is too ethereal to grasp and that the concept of this mystical medicine is too strange even for people who believe in energy healing.

It doesn't make sense

I was speaking to my sister about this the other day. She had a physical reaction to a mask that she was wearing and her skin had broken out in a rash. I had just brought an Amber Syrup Star Song into presence because I had a bit of a cough and sore throat and this is my go to essence for anything flu like. I asked her if she wanted me to include her in the Star Song and she said yes. She told me that she felt immediately better after I added her into what was now an essence for two.

She has experienced the Star Songs many times. Once when her spring water was contaminated with chemicals that leached in from the faulty bottles. The water was recalled but not before she drank from it and began experiencing symptoms. I sent over a personal Star Song to her. She said that when she drank from it, she tasted metal and then all her symptoms eased.

So here’s the thing. She has experienced the magic and healing of the Star Songs, many times! However, she still doesn’t really understand what they are. At least she would not be able to explain them to someone else.

Crystals + Water = Star Songs

Maybe I am not being clear in my explanations. Or perhaps it is not enough to say that they are crystal essences—like Bach flower essences. Except where Bach’s remedies are infused with the energy of flowers, the Star Songs, are energized with crystals. Like Rescue Remedy, they can be taken by tongue or sprinkled on the body, but they are just as effective when transmitted over distance—like healers sometimes do with energy.

I wonder if Bach had a challenging time explaining his flower essences to people who had never heard of them before.

Seeing is not always believing

Perhaps the issue is that it is hard for the mind to accept the truth of this miracle. I have no hesitation calling the Star Songs a miracle. One minute you have ordinary water and the next it is a profoundly powerful healing energy medicine. To me, that qualifies as an all out miracle. I have seen it work so many times on myself and my family. Even the members that don’t believe in energy work admit that the Star Songs have helped them.

Listen, I get that it is hard to conceive that a migraine can be eased immediately with nothing but a spritz or two of crystal water. I understand that it is hard to imagine that an alcoholic can suddenly want to stop drinking after receiving a transmission of crystal water over distance. And yes, it may seem unlikely that a rash that is aggravated by water can be instantly eased by what is also water. Even when you see for yourself the swelling and redness in the big toe you just smashed dissipate in seconds after being touched by this water, it is still hard to believe. And I have many more examples just like this.

That’s why I stopped trying to explain them. I’ve accepted them as magical essences and I understand that some things can’t be explained or believed until you experience them for yourself … and sometimes even then.

Why is water slippery

If we understood the magic of water itself, then we might be more open to the magic of the Star Songs. Water has strange qualities, which break the laws of physics and elude scientific understanding (ie. like why frozen water is slippery). It is the only known substance which can transform between all states of matter. I simply discovered a new way in which water can transform ... into a mystical medicine.

I invite you to open your heart and your mind to the magic and miracles of our Universe. Life becomes much more exciting when you do. There may not be many of us who openly admit to believing in magic and miracles, but we are in good company …


There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

–– Shakespeare, Hamlet

“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”

― W.B. Yeats

“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.”

― Roald Dahl


(Fun synchronicity: As I hit publish on this post, the phone rang. It was my water delivery guy saying he was here with my bottles of water).