Definition of Liquid Crystal - An organic liquid whose properties resemble those of a crystal in the formation of loosely ordered molecular arrays similar to regular crystal lattice.
Water is a Liquid Crystal. A crystal has atoms and molecules arranged in repeating geometric patterns. Since water is a liquid crystal, rather than a solid-state crystal such as quartz or ruby, it has the ability to change and alter its geometric pattern formation. This means that certain circumstances - namely environment, consciousness, and different energy frequency stimuli encourage water to form or change its repeating and geometric pattern of organization and arrangement of its molecules.
This is called its structure, the way water molecules pattern and arrange themselves. Water as a liquid crystal is easily influenced by, or responsive to, stimuli and energy. It changes its pattern to incorporate new information, that to which it is exposed, and uses various bonding mechanisms to effectively change its inherent energetic and information cotent, storage or memory, essentially changing its inherent energetic and information content.
Why does this matter? Because this molecular organization changes the water's properties - making it a vastly different substance than bulk/dead water, the random arrangements of molecules we are taught exist in every glass and every cell. It matters because the specific organization of the water's structure directly correlates to the storage and conduction of energy and information in our bodies - because our bodies are made mostly of Structured/Liquid Crystal Water. By molecular content, (rather than mass weight), we are over 99% structured water. This means when we count the number of molecules in our body, we find that 99% of our molecules are highly structured and crystallographic water.
This fact is remarkable, and completely changes the way we view our bodies and our health. Our current paradigm of physiology and biology, of electro-chemical processes, and of aging and disease, has to be completely reworked from this point of view. If we are to understand how our bodies work, and thus understand our health and wellness, we must begin to understand our true water system.
Throughout fields of science everywhere, it is becoming much more widely understood that what is critical about any substance, and what makes it 'do what it does', whether it be water, proteins, gold or even DNA, has much less to do with what elements or compounds it is actually composed of, and much more to do with the importance of its structural formation. This means that it is not the chemical ingredients that are important; it is the shape and structure of the entire unit.
For example, you can replace all of the amino-acids comprising a protein while retaining its molecular formation, essentially making it the same shape, like a piece of jigsaw puzzle cut the right way but with the wrong color paint on it, now essentially a 'non-sensical' protein.
Theoretically, the body would not know what do with such a random arrangement of ingredients. If our bodies worked like our eyes do with jigsaw puzzles, the piece wouldn't make any sense no matter how perfectly it fit. But because everything is truly structurally based, the body does know what to do with it, and the protein will continue to function as if it had the previously arranged information, i.e. the right colored paint on the jigsaw puzzle. It turns out that the information is not stored in the protein's actual ingredients or its chemical composition. In the jigsaw puzzle of life, the color paint of the picture it creates means nothing - as long as the pieces fit together. WIth the protein experiment, we see that it had nothing do with the amino acids the protein contained - all of the protein's information was stored in the structure. It did not matter what it was made out of, as long as its key fit the pattern, shape, and structure.