Create Your Own Full Spectrum Living Water

Once I learned about the power of full spectrum living water, I became determined to create it at my own home in a time and cost efficient way.

If you don’t know yet what full spectrum living water means and why it’s so beneficial for your health, check out my article Full Spectrum Living Water – The Best Water on Earth.

Before you jump into the process to create your own full spectrum living water at home, review the refresher below.

These are the factors that contribute to the creation of full spectrum living water1:

  1. Movement or turbulence — A type of movement that creates vortices in water to give it more life.
  2. Structuring energy — A method to structure water, which can be done with magnets or via specific geometric shapes that concentrate life force.
  3. Mineral ions/electrolytes (salts) — Ocean minerals/salts anchor the life force energy in water, helping water hold vibrational information.
  4. Stillness  — A period following movement and mineralizations, in which water develops coherence.
  5. Vibrational information — Frequency-based input that has the resonance of the Earth, such as crystals.

"Water is the driving force of all nature."

- Leonardo da Vinci

Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Full Spectrum Living Water

Ready to make your own full spectrum living water? Follow the steps below to get started! Here is a video of how I make it:

Step #1: Filter

The first step to creating your own full spectrum living water is to filter out chemicals, waste products, fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides.

My two favorite filtration systems are AquaTru Under Sink and Atla Water System:

AquaTru Under Sink ($349)

AquaTru Under Sink vs Atla Water System – Pros & Cons

AquaTru Under Sink

AquaTru has been an industry leader in water filtration for years. From my own experience (with their countertop product), their systems are great. In November 2021, they launched a new under sink product, which is based on their successful countertop version.

The AquaTru Under Sink product comes in two models:

  1. Classic Under Sink — 4-Stage Reverse Osmosis Purification.
  2. Alkaline Under Sink —  4-Stage Reverse Osmosis Purification + added minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium, increasing pH to make alkaline water.

AquaTru Under Sink Pros

  1. Top notch purification — AquaTru’s Reverse Osmosis is top notch purification that removes all the bad stuff from water.
  2. Makes structuring easy — The Alkaline Under Sink model makes structuring water easier by adding minerals.

AquaTru Under Sink Cons

  1. Separate faucet needed — Both the Classic and Alkaline models require a separate faucet in your sink.
  2. No revitalizer/vortexer — more on this below.
Atla Water System

Atla takes a different approach when it comes to filtration, rather than using Reverse Osmosis for purification, they remove “the bad stuff while ensuring you receive all the vital minerals and trace minerals healthful water should have.” Atla also has a revitalizer/vortexer, which spins the water to give it more life, an essential phase in making full spectrum living water. Atla also adds minerals, such as trace amounts of magnesium, to create alkaline water.

Atla Water System Pros

  1. Revitalizer/Vortexer gives more life to water — an essential step in creating full spectrum living water.
  2. No need for separate faucet — Atla also doesn’t need a separate faucet, it can connect to your regular kitchen faucet (although they also have a separate faucet option if that’s preferable in your kitchen). Atla works great if you have two sinks, because you don’t want to waste all of your filtration power on washing dishes.

Atla Water System Cons

  1. Cost — Atla is on the pricier side, almost double the price of AquaTru Under Sink. Although, their annual replacement filters cost about the same – $60 for AquaTru every 6 months, and $140/$120 for Atla every 12 months (you receive $20 off if you’re on their annual filter replacement subscription).
  2. Not Reverse Osmosis — This could be a con or a pro. A purification system that is not Reverse Osmosis (RO) may miss out on removing all the bad stuff from water, although Atla states that its purification system is better than RO because it doesn’t remove the good stuff. The results would need to be tested in a lab.

Looking for a filtration option that is easier to install?

If you would rather not have an under sink filtration system, AquaTru sells their OG Countertop Water Purifier ($449), which is super easy to install – just place it on your kitchen counter and plug it into the wall.

When it comes to the countertop system, I prefer their Classic model over the Connect model, as I’d rather not radiate my water with unnecessary EMF signals.

The AquaTru Countertop is the first legit system I used and I measured the results, it truly removes all particles from the water. Although, this system has a few downsides:

  1. Counter space — It requires a sizable countertop space on your kitchen counter
  2. Capacity — It only filters a tank of one gallon a time.
  3. Time — It takes 12-15 min to purify one gallon of water.

Step #2: Structure

Once your water is filtered of harmful elements, it’s time to structure it. My method is to pour filtered water into round glass vessels (as those have been proven to provide great structuring energy1), then I add minerals, and lastly I add crystals for vibrational information.

Vessels – Structuring Energy

I use a combo of two glass vessels: a 2.5 gallon dispenser and a 2.5 gallon jug from Alive Waters ($99). I also use a cover ($44) that has been customized for this combo, which prevents light from penetrating the water. Water likes to be in cool, dark places.

Minerals – Mineral Ions (Electrolytes)

Once my vessels are filled with water, I add OmniBlue Ocean Minerals ($32) to the water dispenser and jug combo, and let it sit for at least 24 hours to develop coherence. Ideal time is 72 hours of stillness, but it’s rare that I wait that long as I only have one structuring system at home.

Keep in mind: If you’re going with the AquaTru Alkaline Under Sink, you don’t need to add OmniBlue Ocean Minerals, this AquaTru model already adds essential minerals to your water.

Crystals – Vibrational Information

I use crystals inside and outside my water vessels to enhance the structuring of the water and its life-force energy. Specifically I use Introductory Kit #2 ($46) from Dancing with Water.

Bonus Crystals

As an added bonus, I stack my glass vessels on a Crystal Counter Stand ($77) from Alive Waters. This is not a necessary step for the vibrational information needed to create full spectrum living water, although it makes it much easier to dispense water on your countertop, it’s visually attractive, and it adds more good vibes.

Step #3: Maintain

Clean Vessels

Once you have your system running, your main job will be to clean the water vessels and refill filtered water. Every 7-10 days I clean my water vessels with the Bottle Brush for Jugs ($23) from Alive Waters, it’s super easy and only takes a couple of minutes. The brush connects to a drill and it’s like car wash for your water vessels.

Replace Filters

Both the AquaTru and Atla systems require an annual filter replacement, which is fairly easy to do (if you have basic handyman skills). When it comes to cost, AquaTru replacement filters is $60 every 6 months) are quite the same as Atla’s filter replacement set is $140 every 12 months or $120 if you subscribe to their annual program.

1 Pangman, M. J., and Evans Melanie Martin. Dancing with Water: The New Science of Water: A Guide to Naturally Treating, Structuring, Enhancing, and Revitalizing Your Water. Uplifting Press, 2011.
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