Understanding Water: Developments from the Work of Theodor Schwenk
People throughout the ages have experienced―consciously or otherwise―the life-giving and healing forces of water. It is integral to life, surrounding us in nature as well as within our own bodies. Not all water, however, is the same. Water can carry beneficial energies or harmful energies. How can we understand water enough to know the difference? Theodor Schwenk, the renowned author of Sensitive Chaos, founded the Institute for Flow Sciences in the Black Forest of Germany. Schwenk developed the "drop picture" method, which photographically displays the characteristics of water for anyone to see and understand. Today, the institute continues his work and presents momentous discoveries about the quality of our drinking water, groundwater, spring water, and river water. The authors of this stunningly illustrated book are scientists at the Institute for Flow Sciences. They offer a unique view into the world of water, helping us better understand one of the most essential elements of our earthly life.
About the Author
Michael Jacobi is a scientist at the Institute for Flow Sciences in Germany. Wolfram Schwenk was the son of Theodor Schwenk, and was a scientist at the Institute for Flow Sciences in Germany. He died in 2014.