Power Level Feature

Power Level Feature

Power Level Indicator - Slider and Percentage Icon

Power Level Purpose

The purpose of the Power Level Feature is to regulate and control the magnification and imprinting of the intention onto the water and ultimately it's effect on your mind and body.

Power Level Usage

Click on and slide the power output selector to the right a little, or you can type something like 5 or 50 into the power percentage indicator (and the slider button will also change). For now, try to set it at about 30% by either method. 

If you’re planning several intents, you’ll want to factor that in to the power setting. Example: 3 or 4 intents at 2 to 4 ounces each first thing in the morning and you should probably turn the power down from where you’d normally set it. If only 1 dose at 3 to 5 ounces, you can afford a pretty good jolt, the upper limit of the power you should be using. If you’re going to zap something like 24 ounces and plan to slam it, you’re going to want a significantly lower power setting, but if you’re going to use the 24 ounces throughout the day, then a higher power setting is OK. We think you get the picture. Water volume, power settings and the time it takes to consume are variables measured in concert with each other, each affecting the other. As stated above, you’ll know when you’ve used too much too soon and will develop your own system. 

Too much too soon might result in a dull headache and/or some fatigue and/or a detox reaction, or all three of these or even other manifestations. You can use Aquaware to alleviate these effects, but remember that you’ll want the power set significantly less than the levels that got you there to begin with. Remember, there are no dangers with too much too soon unless you’re detoxifying from drug or alcohol addiction. The Detox type is not to be used for this, and if you do use it you do so at your own risk.

If something doesn't work for you, the first thing to do is to use User Prep before a given intent. If that doesn’t seem to do the trick, it may require more time, or to "hit" the water with the same intent and power setting twice.  


The power output for Water Prep refers mainly to the volume of water you’re zapping. For anything less than a few gallons you won’t need anything over 50% or 60%. 

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