Cities Around The World Preparing To Run Out Of Water

Water Experts Say ‘Day Zero’ Is Fast Approaching when Water Is Gone. Sharon Kleyne Warns That Fresh Water Supplies Are Running Out.

It could be something out of a science fiction movie, but it is all too real. Cities all over the world are making plans for the day that their fresh water sources are gone.

In Cape Town, South Africa’s busy seaport, what they have dubbed “Day Zero” is almost upon them. In fact, the day was projected to have arrived earlier this year, but severe measures have delayed it. How long? City restrictions limit citizens to one-sixth the amount of water an average American uses each day. When “Day Zero” arrives, the government will switch off all taps and begin rationing water through collection points. Imagine the oppression and the chaos that will follow.

Only one percent of earth’s fresh water is easily accessible to the global population. As you can imagine, this scarcity leads to inequality in water access. As always, the poor and less fortunate get less water. “A nation’s development has frequently come at the cost of undercutting its sources of clean water,” says Betty Otto, director of the World Resources Institute’s global water program. “For example, quite a bit of scientific research has shown that deforestation changed the hydrological cycle in the Amazon.”

Sharon Kleyne, Founder and research director of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, has taught for more than two decades that excessive water evaporation of the body and the atmosphere will prove disastrous. “If we don’t replenish earth’s water vapor atmosphere,” says Kleyne, “we will all die. Water is the breath of life.” Kleyne observes that severe water shortages will trigger drought, which will dry up food sources from agriculture. “Water should be our #1 infrastructure priority all over the world,” says Kleyne. “To be healthy, people need to drink 8 to 10 glasses of fresh water every day. They need to replenish and supplement their evaporating body water vapor in order to live. This is the power of water®!

In 2010, the United Nations recognized water as a human right, but this has not done enough to protect existing water supplies or create new ones. Some interpret the right to water as not meaning the right to free water. Unscrupulous controllers of water supplies can set outrageous prices for the commodity. Outright theft of water is also a global problem.

Kleyne believes that new water education for all ages and new water technology research can save the earth from its water crisis. But government and business leaders have so far shown little will or inclination to make that happen. In fact, cuts to education and research programs seem to be made every day. Meanwhile, the global water crisis grows and grows, and “Day Zero” draws closer for everyone.


Mother Of American Qigong Chow Visits Kleyne Radio Show

Chow & Kleyne Discuss Healing Power of Water®. Global Healer Dr. Effie Chow Practices Magic with Water.

Dame Dr. Effie Chow is an American treasure. Known affectionately as the Mother of American Qigong, Chow in 2000 was appointed to the original 15-member White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy by President Bill Clinton. Her awards, too many to mention in full, include Visionary of the Year 1997, The Humanitarian of the Year 1999 and The Visionary of the Decade 2000.

Chow has always worked to integrate Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with Western Medicine. “Giving individuals the power to determine and manage their own health and destinies is the secret of true healing,” says Chow. This has always been her motto. She founded her East West Academy of Healing Arts (EWAHA) in 1973 in San Francisco

For years, miracle worker Chow has appeared as a pecial guest on Sharon Kleyne’s internationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica and World Talk Radio. On her most recent visit, Chow shared an example of how she works,

“I traveled far to work with a severe stroke case,” Chow began. “The woman was debilitated, emaciated, weak, had poor balance and was only drinking two glasses of water a day. For almost three years, she had to be lifted in and out of her bed. I started her out with six 10-ounce glasses of water a day (building her up to ten glasses a day),” Chow explained, “Her skin, which had been very dry, almost immediately got better coloring and texture. I taught her to breathe deeply, the Qigong way. Her energy increased, and she managed to get off her bed on her own. This was all accomplished on my first visit.”

“Water,” added Kleyne, who has researched water and evaporation for more than two decades, “is the essential element of health. Water is our life. Without water you cannot live.” Kleyne asked Chow to share the story of how she got started as a healer and teacher.

“That’s a long history!” laughed Chow. “I was fortunate to grow up with traditional Chinese medicine concepts in practice. I witnessed many, many miracles. When I grew up, we didn’t have the incredible environmental crisis we face now with the dryness of the atmosphere and all the chemicals in the air. Now achieving better health is a big problem due to the changing climate.”

Kleyne noted that Chow has also performed miracles with people trapped by addiction. Chow has worked extensively with people and veterans suffering from PTSD, Opioid, alcohol and smoke addictions. Chow related the story of how she was approached by a veteran who told her, “I’ve been looking for 30 years to find my wholeness, and I found it in one weekend workshop with you.”

Chow believes in a good, healthy life in which people feel peaceful, healthy and fulfilled. “Everything starts with yourself,” said Chow, “and your mind is the greatest healer. Qigong is not a religion, but it teaches us to supercharge the body with oxygen. It is a practice that makes the most of our physical, emotional and spiritual power.” Chow concluded by explaining that “we are a microcosm. There is no separation in existence. Every organ, every cell, is a tiny universe.”

Kleyne also shared her five Water Life Science® tips for those who want to live a healthier lifestyle:

1. Learn to breathe deeply and properly
2. Drink at least 10 glasses of water a day
3. Nutrition that is best for you
4. Regularly perform moderate exercise
5. Learn to sleep well with planet Earth


If you would like to listen to the program featuring Dame Dr. Effie Chow and Sharon Kleyne, please follow this link: If you would like to watch a 10-minute demonstration of Dr. Chow leading a group in Qigong, try here