Water Products/Services Sites
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Popular Water Products/Services Sites
- International Bottled Water Association
IBWA is the authoritative source of
info about all types of bottled waters distributed in the USA.
- Water Treatment Equipment: A Buyer's Guide
- The Bottled Water Web
Bottled Water Web contains many facts about the Bottled Water Industry by
Arthur von Wiesenberger.
- HowStuffWorks: Charcoal Filters
What is activated charcoal and why is it used in filters?
- Treatment Systems for Household Water Supplies - Activated Carbon Filtration
1992 article from the North Dakota State University Extension Service explaining in detail what activated charcoal systems can and cannot do.
- Allergy Buyer Club: Water Purifiers
Evaluates brand name appliances as to effectiveness in helping users control allergies.
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October 23 If you can possibly get to a point where you can accept the fact that the things that happen to you are the things you chose to have happen, you will be in a very solid and good place. The next step is to go out and change what appears to be the unchangeable. Good luck and God speed.
Excerpt from the book Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze: "Dropping of Senses Trap. New Age folks often try to drop more of their bodily senses; they claim to be more spiritual as a result. Dropping of senses (ranges/types of emotions, feelings, and bodily senses) is the basic process that we went through when we adopted our adaptive personalities as children. This is a core issue in our neurotic (or adaptive or false) personality makeup. I consider that this dropping of senses with meditation or by using some other spiritual path is usually really sick, not healthy. This is a trap for virtually everyone who attempts to drop the senses. Therefore, I suggest you avoid all directives that indicate you should drop the senses. As non-attachment grows, then the importance of the senses becomes less in a natural way, not because of an unnatural "should be." This more natural approach will get the job accomplished without long detours, traps, or treadmills." Continued here - free read.||