Originally Posted by JMononoetoe
:: About ALIIX
I tried it out a month or two ago or something like that. I was and I still am very sceptical about it. I mean, I'm all in for spirituality, but I actually can't get a grasp on how ALIIX works. As a computer geek, I can't help but think it looks like a fancy visualization.
I also asked away at the forum, and I also didn't get any wiser.
The water did taste nicer though, although it also might be the placebo effect.
Then again... Is there really any difference? It's not like the placebo effect is a bad thing. It's actually a fine example of demonstrating universal rules
What was your id in the Aliix forum? There was some far out spiritual "truths" tossed about by the creators of the software. Like saying there is no such thing as free will, it's all like a script that we wrote or something wrote that is being played out exactly. Even the part about us thinking we have free will is scripted.
I wished people from this forum would try it out and asked lots of questions to their forum. They need to be responsible for what they create and sell and it's interesting stuff they claim. Of coarse there's disclaimers but then in the write up they claim opening of vertual chakras with the 12th project software.
They say you don't have to believe it to have it work. So then, that means you don't have to have a placebo effect that makes it effect you or your environment. I like the idea that water can hold more information than we give it credit. That the molecules can arrange like snowflakes of all different kinds that become like homeopathic medicine that vibrates certain ways and is recognized by one's cells to do whatever the vibration brings about through sympathetic vibrations. That doesn't seem to far fetched. What allways seemed far fetched was getting the vibrations/frequencies into the water without magnets or electromagenetic fields arranging the moluecules.