Flowform Technology & the Power of Nature
Jochen Schwuchow, John Wilkes & Iain Troudsdell
Energizing Water, a collection of 40 years of research into flowform eco-technology and its effects on water, is published at a time when poor water quality and the availability of fresh water worldwide is becoming generally accepted as an urgent global issue.
About two billion people have to struggle daily to find decent water for drinking, cooking and washing. In 1970, when John Wilkes invented his flowform technology, water quality was a major issue in industrialised countries. Since then, the added burden on water has continually increased and humanity’s response has fallen short of what is needed, the book says.
The work of the Healing Water Institute, of which John Wilkes and Iain Troudsdell are co-directors, is to invent, develop and research technologies based on nature’s methods, to increase the capacity of water to support all life. Flowform technology increases water quality by channelling water over specially molded surfaces, which purify it and enliven its energetic attributes. The technology has already been used in over 2,500 projects and some 50 countries.
Energizing Water hopes to inform as many people as possible about the fascinating and creative secrets of water. It outlines the back-ground story of the flowform method and explores biomimicry principles, showing how this creative technology can be applied to produce extraordinary results.
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