This is a general blog showing events as they unfold for freeriver, showing our progress and how we are working to create a revolutionary, free spirited community of free-thinkers. see our website for more details www.freerivercommunity.com
love water especially pure water, water is so good for you. The
human body is primarily water. Infants are made up of 70 percent
water, while adult males are 60 percent and females are 55 percent.
Water provides the medium to make your blood, helps move food through
your digestive tract and removes waste from every cell in your body.
I am now 6 months pregnant and I know the importance of staying
healthy and keeping myself hydrated, it is a big part of my routine,
knowing that the water I drink is transporting essential vitamins to
my baby and helping to maintain the health of the embryonic fluid
that is home to my baby.
Prior to being
pregnant I invested in an online course called the complete detox
with Elwin Robinson, I have spent the last 3 years on an exciting
journey into improving my health and well being, I am part of a
wonderful online community that supports my ongoing enjoyable journey
into health. This is when I learned about drinking pure living water.
Every morning before
breakfast I drink 1 liter of pure water with a squeeze of organic
lemon and a pinch of Himalayan pink salt then I drink a liter of pure
water during the day making sure I always leave about half an hour
For the last few
years I have been going to a beautiful spring in Capel Iwan near
Newcastel Emlyn in Ceredigion West Wales to collect my drinking and
cooking water, It is part of my fortnightly routine that gives us so
much pleasure. It is very important to nurture ourselves, loving
ourselves with every drop of water.
arriving to the spring I give gratitude and love to the water as I
drink. I make it a real family outing, my daughter loves to collect
water, mainly to dip her toes in the ice cold pool. I have introduced
it to my partner who loves the water too and finds a great way to
connect with the surrounding nature.
the surrounding nature
with the surrounding nature
I collect and Store
the water in plastic bottles and some glass bottles, is not my ideal,
I am gradually replacing all the plastic ones with recycled glass
bottles. However in the meantime I make sure the containers are
freshly cleaned with hot water and once brought home stored in a cool
dark place,some of which I place into the freezer.
Another lovely act I
do to enhance the frequency of the water is to write words or say
words based on universal truths such as thank you, love and gratitude
on the bottle. According to Masaru Emoto, water has the capacity to
memorize and transfer information. Masaru Emoto has researched the
effect positive and negative words and music has on water by taking
photos of water crystals. Water that has been exposed to positive
vibrations formed beautiful, symmetrical hexagons. In his research
water that was exposed to negative words produced ugly, misshapen
I love spring water
it makes me feel so alive and vibrant!! A few facts I have found
out from Natural springs uk website -
Spring water has it's microflora still in tact, the water is
structured, all water has a unique crystalline structure.”
Water gives LIFE! Living Spring Water will also nourish your DNA,
your DNA is transcribed into MRNA and translated to make protein in
the body. Living Spring Water holds a complex matrix that has not
been changed or denatured by human intervention. Our DNA is thirsty
for LIVING Spring Water that is structured and ALIVE. It's just like
oil for our Human Engine, it powers every cell in our bodies, it
nourishes our DNA, it heals us from within!”
of my art is about the connection we have with nature and with each
other and how creativity itself is a way of connecting. My self and
Stu Hampton of freeriver were inspired to create a song and a little
film inspired as the result of collecting and drinking this water.
We've recently launched our Facebook page for the Freeriver Publishing music label - we specialise in the distribution of new music to all major record stores, and can provide design services for album art or image development. We also are able to provide audio services for recording, mastering and production of sound recordings. And more! cool huh? hopefully this is going to be one of the things that helps us to sustain the project financially - and so far, things are looking positive. Follow our group on Facebook and show some love :) https://www.facebook.com/freeriverpublishing/
The story so far.....Posted by stuart hampton Fri, April 21, 2017 11:52:20 We recently had an art exhibition at the art gallery that we are involved with (the ARTHOUSE) all about love, peace and the hippie message. It was uplifting and fun, and will be on until mid May 2017
The story so far.....Posted by stuart hampton Wed, May 13, 2015 15:27:49 The basic goal of freeriver is to create a place where people can live together in a way which is free, peaceful, revolutionary and creative. We hope to create music, art, and pursue our dreams. We also would like to promote peace and live in harmony with the earth and with each other.
My name is Stuart, and I am a member of freeriver. Here is a little bit about what inspired me to begin on this quest to create a place such as freeriver. Growing up, I felt from the very beginning that the world was a bit strange, and that people seemed a bit unhappy with the way society was structured and I felt that people in general felt trapped by it. I went through school, listening to teachers, and following the flow of 'the system'. It seemed strange to me that right from the beginning children are taught to listen and follow, and not to just operate freely. They are taught to be subservient and obedient. They are made to sit still, learn information that they have no interest in and taught to translate their whole world in a logical and rational way. Of-course its true to say that this is not the only thing school teaches, there are good things about it too, but on the whole i would say the main message is one of obedience, subservience and order. I spent years in the system, in college, in university and so on, and eventually i just felt that it seemed like it was just one big distraction from the main event, which is life itself. So, i went on a quest to discover myself, and discover more about nature and life outside of society. I Identified with the hippie culture of the 60's and felt a similar yearning to reach out to something more cosmic and colourful, and live life in a way which was free and heartfelt. I learnt to play the guitar, learnt to meditate, went travelling around India and other places, and tried to cultivate some greater sense of understanding about life and my place in this universe. This journey then led me to go and live in a hippie commune/spiritual retreat centre (www.gauntshouse.com) where I spent the next 4 and a half years. During that time i discovered many things about myself and the world, I learnt more about how to balance my own energy, how to meditate, how to centre myself. I studied yoga, shamanism and many other things. I learnt a lot about people and the dynamics about living in a community. Over this time, I saw many things, but one thing which has become a driving force for me now was the discovery of just how peaceful, free and happy one can become when all of the common pressures of society are stripped away.
Often, when people first joined our community, they would be a little bit stressed out, their faces would be weathered, and their eyes would be a little bit tired. Over time, when they experienced freedom, a sense of living in a tribe, and the sense of belonging that living in a community can bring, i would see them totally transform. A twinkle would appear in their eyes, and I would begin to see this happy child-like spirit emerge that wanted to play, dance, sing and be free. Also, their thoughts would change, they would talk about beautiful things such as nature and dreams, and they would be more inspired and peaceful.
There is lots to say about my experiences of the commune, and yes, it wasnt perfect, but it did give me a glimpse into a way of living which is so beautiful. People in common every day society generally seem to have this inner belief that life cannot be magical, free, colourful and playful. That we have to work hard, and slave away night and day. That things can only be gained through stress and that dreams are just wishful fantasies. But, i really feel, and I know that there is another way to live, a way which nurtures the soul, and makes us feel energised, where we feel that we have everything we need and we feel a sense of home and a sense of peace. This way can happen we we come together, we we work as a tribe, I really feel that freeriver could be the beginning of something special. A real, colourful, cosmic and vibrant community, a place where we can build each other up, work together and bring out the best in each other. A place who's focus is true liberation and collective harmony.