Love Letters to Water
Edited by Claudiu Murgan
“Water scarcity is a known issue for billions of people around the world and the latest research predicts this crisis will only get worse... Since the creation of earth, water and crystals have weaved their paths into a billion-year-long tapestry that has captured the cycles of nature’s evolution. It has observed the appearance of humans and their troubled, but fascinating development, and the energies and vibrations of everything that is part of this amazing eco-system.
Love Letters to Water, anthology strives to bring forward various points of view and enhance the importance of how we behave vis-à-vis water – and this is further explored in the Foreword by Dr. Gerald Pollack.
All in all, Love Letters to Water, anthology gathers a plethora of contributors from shamans to energy healers, from scientists to economists, all showing how significant of a role water plays in their life, spiritual journey, and professional development.
The global importance of water to human life cannot be overstated and it is my hope that you, the reader, will gain further insight into this essential life force via the shared thoughts of our impressive list of expert writers from around the world.” - CM
Title: Love Letters to Water / Claudiu Murgan
Praise for Love Letters to Water:
“I visit Love Letters to Water as a sanctuary. Dipping into its well of wisdom is a long drink and I am deeply nourished and soothed. Water is gentle and strong and inspires me to flow in a natural, life-supporting rhythm. Thank you Claudiu Murgan and all the water worshipers you brought together honoring and celebrating the essence of life…”
- Celeste Yacoboni editor of How Do You Pray? Inspiring Responses from Religious Leaders, Spiritual Guides, Healers, Activists & Other Lovers of Humanity
“Love Letters to Water. What a fitting title for this volume, which contains the works of poets, authors, scientists, shamans, energy healers, and others — each one expressing, in a different way, their devotion to water. Water has been central to our lives practically forever. From the time of the ancients, it has held both a spiritual and a practical position.”
- Gerald H Pollack, PhD, Professor, University of Washington