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Energy of Water : An Empirical Study into the Human Connection to Water

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Title: Energy of Water : An Empirical Study into the Human Connection to Water
Author: Franzen, Stephanie
Abstract: This book is an exploration into how our thoughts and emotions can change our built environment. It will focus on water as the bridge connecting our experiences with our physical environment. By focusing on our earth’s water and how its mysterious properties have left us entranced for thousands of years, this book will seek to explore those mysteries more deeply. What draws a small child to walk to the edge of a lake and proceed to throw a stone into it? What is it about the sound of rushing water, or waves crashing along a beach that relaxes us into a calm and tranquil state? What is it about moving water that catches our attention the same way that gazing at a dancing flame does? These are all questions that I intend to explore more deeply through the science behind what we are seeing and feeling when encountered by water.
Date: 2011-05
Subject: Public baths.
Health resorts.
Water and architecture.
Sedona (Ariz.)
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/16879

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