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Solar water color. Final thoughts

Solar water color. Final thoughts

    All about blue Solar Water as Ho’oponopono Tool

    Have you ever heard of Ho’oponopono? It’s an ancient Hawaiian practice that focuses on healing and self-transformation. And one powerful tool for doing this is Blue Solar Water. In this blog post, we’ll be exploring what Blue Solar Water is, how it works, and why it can be such a useful tool for practicing Ho’oponopono. Read on to learn more!

    Introduction to Ho’oponopono

    Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian practice of healing and reconciliation of relationships. It is based on the understanding that we are all connected and that the actions of one person can have an effect on everyone else.

    Ho’oponopono is a practice of self-responsibility and self-reflection. It involves releasing negative thoughts, feelings and beliefs about yourself, others, and the world.

    The practice involves four steps: forgiveness, gratitude, love, and release.

    By practicing Ho’oponopono we can open ourselves up to more positive energy and manifest positive changes in our lives.

    Blue Solar Water is a powerful tool used in Ho’oponopono to help cleanse and clear away negative energy. Solar water is a wonderful tool for the incredible ho’oponopono universe. In this article, we will analyze the benefits of blue solar water, how to prepare it, and its uses

    The Meaning of Blue Solar Water

    Blue solar water is a powerful cleansing tool used in the Hawaiian practice of Ho’oponopono.The blue color of the water helps to symbolize the connection between the physical and spiritual realms.

    It is believed that the blue color helps to activate the pineal gland, which is responsible for spiritual expansion. The water is also believed to be filled with cleansing energy that can help to remove negative thoughts and emotions from the body and mind.

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    The blue solar water also helps to restore balance and harmony to the body and mind, which can lead to improved mental clarity, physical well-being, and emotional stability.

    Also, it is believed that the blue solar water can help to open up one’s chakras, which can lead to a greater connection with one’s inner self and the Universe at large.

    What Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len says about Blue Solar Water?

    This is what Dr Hew Len said in an interview: “So the way the water works, the water works spiritually for us, when you’re drinking you’re saying to the divinity: “I’m sorry, please forgive me” so you’re inviting divinity to come into your heart and to erase anything that is not you, that’s toxic. So the healing, always the healing of problems which are memories replaying is done spiritually first, now only divinity can solve the problem spiritually.

    So all of your problems start in your heart as memories replaying. So it’s interesting if you had that problem you had it before, your family, relatives, and ancestors had it, so now when you drink the solar water the idea is that you’re cleaning for you and then you’re cleaning all that back to the beginning, your beginning ancestors, so the more you drink the less problems you have.

    Drinking solar water is like pay off debt, and prevents death. So drink solar water, a lot of it. I drink the much as I can, I put it in the food, I put it in the coffee, the idea is to drink as much as possible, I drink like up to 2 gallons a day.” (Dr Ihaleakala Hew Len)

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    Research Questions:

    • How do frequencies correlate with wavelengths?
    • How is color temperature applied to applications such as lighting and photography? Why is it important?
    • Why does the sun appear to “change colors” depending on its position in the sky?

    The visible spectrum is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be seen by the human eye. It consists of seven colors: red, orange, yellow, green, cyan/indigo, blue, and violet. These are the colors of the rainbow, and each has a different frequency and wavelength. For example, red has the longest wavelength and violet has the shortest. In this experiment, we’ll turn the colors of the rainbow into liquid form in order to discover how hot each one becomes in sunlight.

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    Materials:

    • Seven shades of food coloring
    • Water
    • Eight thermometers
    • Eight clear drinking glasses
    • Surface to set those glasses on
    • Stirring sticks/ spoons
    • Sufficient sunlight (aim for really bright sunlight which is usually around noon-2pm)
    • Pen and paper for notes
    • First we are going to prepare our colorful mixtures. Fill each of the eight drinking glasses up with room temperature water and leave an inch of space at the opening.
    • Carefully squeeze just three drops of food coloring in each color, in all but one glass (that is going to be the control). You may have to mix certain primary colors to get a secondary color. For example, you may have to combine equal amounts of red and yellow to get orange. Just follow the color wheel or the instructions provided on the box of food coloring for this. Stir each glass and mix well until well blended.
    • Carefully place a thermometer into each glass and note the temperature of the water.
    • Take the eight glasses and place under direct sunlight.
    • Observe as the temperature rises in the liquid in 10-minute intervals. Do not touch any hot surfaces at this point.
    • After at least two hours under the sun, observe the temperatures of the liquids in each glass and record your results. Which one had the highest temperature? The least?
    • If you are still curious, why not try this experiment but at different concentrations of food coloring? This will be fun as it will also investigate transparency and opacity/ lightness and darkness of colors.

    Terms/Concepts: Visible Spectrum; Electromagnetic Spectrum; Spectroscopy; Wavelengths; Frequencies; Colors; Lightwaves; Thermal temperature; Color temperature; Sunlight and radiation

    • http://science.hq.nasa.gov/kids/imagers/ems/visible.html
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_spectrum
    • http://www.3drender.com/glossary/colortemp.htm
    • http://www.betterphoto.com/article.asp?ID=24
    • http://www.howeverythingworks.org/sunlight.html
    • http://www.colormatters.com/colortheory.html
    • John C. D. Brand (1995). Lines of light: the sources of dispersive spectroscopy, 1800-1930
    • CRC Press. p. 30–32. ISBN 9782884491631. http://books.google.com/?ID=sKx0IBC22p4Cpg=PA30dq=lightwavelengthcoloryoungfresnel
    • Priest, Irwin G. (1923).The colorimetry and photometry of daylight ·and incandescent illuminants by the method of rotatory dispersion. JOSA 7 (12): 1175–1209.

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    Why Do It?

    • Blue Solar Water fills you with love.
    • Blue Solar Water removes recurring “memories” or programs that run in your subconscious, freeing you from their effects. These are like automatic programming that your subconscious runs on – limiting you and causing you to repeat the same problems over and over.
    • It will remove recurring blocks or problems that you’re not even aware of because it works at the subconscious level.
    • In the book Zero Limits, Dr. Hew Len, says that the body loves lots of water (and usually does not get enough). Blue water will love the body as much as the body loves blue water.
    • House Plants Love it! My mother swears that blue water makes her house plants grow better!
    • Cancer: It’s important to drink a lot of water when taking chemo or other cancer treatments. In addition to the benefits of the blue water, having big bottles to work through helps to make sure you drink enough.
    • Give it to your children: my 6 year old loves to have “blue water” at bed time.

    Note: My friends love it too. They look forward to it when they come over. It’s special to be able to offer blue solar water to guests! People really do appreciate it. I think on a very deep level they feel it.

    These are the glass bottles I use.

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    Water and Vibrations

    Water changes and attunes to different energies and vibrational frequencies. Color works on a vibrational level also. Sun-charged water is an old science that has been rediscovered along with color therapy and color healing.

    Interesting to note is that the Egyptians only stored their precious oils and liquids in purple glass. Different colors work on different frequencies and levels of our etheric beings.

    Blue Energy

    Blue has a very emotional and spiritual aspect to it. Blue is calming and soothing, releases and decreases stress, anxiety and tension. It is perfect for meditation, relaxation and even sleep. It heals on a deep emotional level and helps to release old stored emotional memories and deep rooted fears. Blue helps lower blood pressure and helps to bring out one’s creative side as it brings you a state of balance and peace.

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    This is an exerpt from “The Zero Limits Seminar” by Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len

    But now, what THIS will do for you, because most of us run around dehydrated, it will do like this: If you have any respiratory problem, if you drink at least a gallon of this, it’ll knock it out; if you have any back problems, if you have any joint problems, if you have any muscle problems, it’ll knock it out…just memories. But, now you are hydrating yourself. Now, remember now, it’s going into The Subconscious before its goes into the cell. It’s changing you at The Subconscious level. So, if you drink this stuff, a Lot of your so called health problems will go…guaranteed.” ~ Dr, Hew Len

    Solar Water Heating System Maintenance and Repair

    Solar energy systems require periodic inspections and routine maintenance to keep them operating efficiently. Also, from time to time, components may need repair or replacement. You should also take steps to prevent scaling, corrosion, and freezing.

    You might be able to handle some of the inspections and maintenance tasks on your own, but others may require a qualified technician. Work that requires going up ladders, walking on roofs, soldering or hot work, or cutting back tree limbs should be performed by a professional service for safety reasons. Ask for a cost estimate in writing before having any work done. For systems with extensive damage, it may be more cost effective to replace, shut off, or remove the solar system than to have it repaired.

    Periodic Inspection List

    Here are some suggested inspections of solar system components. Also read your owner’s manual for a suggested maintenance schedule and keep track of previous maintenance activities in order to manage preventative maintenance intervals and better track elusive problems

    • Collector shadingVisually check for shading of the collectors during the day (mid-morning, noon, and mid-afternoon) on an annual basis. Shading can greatly affect the performance of solar collectors. Vegetation growth over time or new nearby construction may produce shading that wasn’t there when the collectors were installed.
    • Collector soilingDusty or soiled collectors will perform poorly. Periodic cleaning may be necessary in areas with specific sources of soiling such as birds or dust from plowing and if rain is not sufficient to rinse them off.
    • Collector glazing and sealsLook for cracks in the collector glazing, and check to see if seals are in good condition. Plastic glazing, if excessively yellowed, may need to be replaced.
    • Plumbing, ductwork, and wiring connectionsLook for fluid leaks at pipe connections. Check duct connections and seals. Ducts should be sealed with a mastic compound. All wiring connections should be tight.
    • Piping, duct, and wiring insulationCheck that all valves are in the proper operating position. Look for damage or degradation of insulation covering pipes, ducts, and wiring. Cover the pipe insulation with protective plastic or aluminum wrapping and replace if necessary. Protect wiring in conduits
    • Roof penetrationsMaintain flashing and sealant around roof penetrations as needed. Watch for any signs of water leakage on the underside of the roof (if visible).
    • Support structuresCheck all nuts and bolts attaching the collectors to any support structures for tightness. Watch for corrosion on steel parts- and clean and paint if necessary.
    • Pressure relief valve (on liquid solar heating collectors)Actuate the lever to make sure the valve is not stuck open or closed.
    • Dampers (in solar air heating systems)If possible, make sure the dampers open and close properly and are in the proper position.
    • Pumps or blowersVerify that pumps or blowers (fans) are operating. Listen to see if they come on when the sun is shining on the collectors after mid-morning. If you can’t hear a pump or blower operating, then either the controller has malfunctioned or the pump or blower has. The problem is often the starting capacitor, which can be replaced without replacing the pump or motor.
    • ControlsSolar water heating controls consist of a temperature sensor on the solar collector outlet, another at the bottom of the solar storage tank, and a circuit (delta-T controller) to start the pump when the collector is hotter than the tank and stop the pump if its not. If the pump is running at night it could be that the collector sensor is short circuited or the tank sensor open circuited. If the pump is not running during the day the reverse could be the case and the resistance of these sensors should be compared to reference value to determine which one has failed. A common problem is temperature sensors simply falling off the surface they are intended to measure- ensure that they are fastened with a lug or stainless steel clamp.
    • Heat transfer fluidsThe propylene glycol antifreeze solutions in liquid (hydronic) solar heating collectors need to be replaced periodically. The pH (acidity) and freeze point of the fluid can be measured with hand-held instruments and replaced if out of specification. It’s a task best left to a qualified technician. If water with a high mineral content (i.e., hard water) is circulated directly in the collectors, mineral buildup in the piping may need to be removed by adding a de-scaling or mild acidic solution to the water every few years.
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    • Storage systemsCheck storage tanks, etc., for cracks, leaks, rust, or other signs of corrosion. Steel storage tanks have a “sacrificial anode” which corrodes before the tank does and should be replaced at an interval recommended by the supplier. It is a good idea to flush storage tanks periodically to remove sediment.

    Preventing Scaling and Corrosion

    Two major factors affecting the performance of properly sited and installed solar water heating systems include scaling (in liquid or hydronic-based systems) and corrosion (in hydronic and air systems).

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    Scaling

    Domestic water that is high in mineral content (or hard water) may cause the buildup or scaling of mineral (calcium) deposits on heat transfer surfaces. Scale buildup reduces system performance in a number of ways. If your system uses water as the heat-transfer fluid, scaling can occur in the collector, distribution piping, and heat exchanger. In systems that use other types of heat-transfer fluids (such as propylene glycol, scaling can occur on the surface of the heat exchanger in contact with potable water that transfers heat from the solar collector to the domestic water. Scaling may also cause valve and pump failures on the potable water loop.

    You can avoid scaling by using water softeners or by circulating a mild acidic solution (such as vinegar) through the collector or domestic hot water loop every 3–5 years, or as necessary depending on water conditions. You may need to carefully clean heat exchanger surfaces. A wrap-around external heat exchanger is an alternative to a heat exchanger located inside a storage tank.

    Corrosion

    Most well-designed solar systems experience minimal corrosion. When they do, it is usually galvanic corrosion, an electrolytic process caused by two dissimilar metals coming into contact with each other. One metal has a stronger positive electrical charge and pulls electrons from the other, causing one of the metals to corrode. The piping connection from the copper pipe to the steel tank should thus be a “bi-metallic” type of connector that uses a plastic sleeve to separate the dis-similar metals. The heat-transfer fluid in some solar energy systems can also provide a bridge over which this exchange of electrons occurs.

    Oxygen entering into an open loop hydronic solar system will cause rust in any iron or steel component. Such systems should have copper, bronze, brass, stainless steel, plastic, rubber components in the plumbing loop, and plastic or glass lined storage tanks.

    Freeze Protection

    Solar water heating systems, which use liquids as heat-transfer fluids, need protection from freezing in climates where temperatures fall below 42ºF (6ºC).

    Don’t rely on a collector’s and the piping’s (collector loop’s) insulation to keep them from freezing. The main purpose of the insulation is to reduce heat loss and increase performance. For protecting the collector and piping from damage due to freezing temperatures, you basically have two options:

    • Use an antifreeze solution as the heat-transfer fluid.
    • Drain the collector(s) and piping (collector loop), either manually or automatically, when there’s a chance the temperature might drop below the liquid’s freezing point.

    Using an Antifreeze Solution

    Solar water heating systems that use an antifreeze solution (always propylene glycol, never or ethylene glycol because of toxicity) as a heat-transfer fluid have effective freeze protection as long as the proper antifreeze concentration is maintained. Antifreeze fluids degrade over time and normally should be changed every 3–5 years. Since these systems are pressurized, it is not practical for the average homeowner to check the condition of the antifreeze solution. If you own this type of system, have a solar heating professional check it periodically.

    Overheating

    Overheating occurs when there is little hot water use in the home but the sun continues to heat the water. The controller will turn the pump off when the solar storage tank hits an upper limit (default 180F but often set lower to prevent scalding). The collector will continue to heat up, which most systems can tolerate, but can lead to discharge of fluid out a pressure relief valve and premature degradation of the heat transfer fluid. Draining the fluid back into a drainback tank can avoid this damage to the fluid caused by overheating. Some systems include a solenoid valve that will open to drain some water from the tank if overheated.

    Draining the Collector and Piping

    Solar water heating systems that use only water as a heat-transfer fluid are the most vulnerable to freeze damage. Draindown or drainback systems typically use a controller to drain the collector loop automatically. Sensors on the collector and storage tank tell the controller when to shut off the circulation pump, to drain the collector loop, and when to start the pump again.

    Improper placement or the use of low-quality sensors can lead to their failure to detect freezing conditions. The controller may not drain the system, and expensive freeze damage may occur. Make sure that the freeze sensor(s) have been installed according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, and check the controller at least once a year to be sure that it is operating correctly.

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