The Meanings of Ice

 
Description of meanings of Ice

Ice

Ice

Ice is categorized in minerals. It is a mineral composed of Hydrogen (H) and Oxygen (O). Liquid water (H2O) becomes Ice when the temperature goes under 0 degrees Celsius. Except special ones such as Mercury, minerals have to be in a solid state. Therefore, liquid natural water will not be included in minerals. Ice as a mineral is an ice made of natural water and became solid by natural effects. It will not be considered as a mineral under conditions below.
- Ice made of tap water frozen outside
- Ice made of natural water frozen in the refrigerator


Ice is one of the very few minerals that is able to eat. You can take in the natural power of it from your body by eating it. Another famous edible mineral is Halite. The main component of Halite is sodium chloride and it is eaten as salt. If you are eating Ice, please always check whether it is edible or not. There is some Ice that is made of sea water.


The power of Ice depends on the place of production. This mineral is largely affected by the land. When you are buying Ice, please check about the place of production, too. If you do research about the place's folk tales or the gods, you can roughly presume the properties of the Ice there. In Alaska, Ice of glacier would be sold. Glacial Ice is a rare item that you can feel the energy of ancient times. Please have it with some alcoholic beverage or some juice.


Ice has power to calm down rough feelings. Since Ice is grown in a quiet environment, it has the power to cool you down. If you feel like you are tired, please eat Ice. Please have it with natural water, herb tea, wine, or spirits.


Ice is also good to use by putting it directly on your body. First, please start from your forehead. It will get rid of your extra thoughts just by putting it on your forehead a little. Literally, it is a useful item to "cool your head down." Please use it when you feel like you are losing yourself.


You can go and touch Ice directly. The easiest way is to join a drift ice tour. There are some tours that you can walk and touch drift ice. You will be able to feel the energy of Ice directly. Once you experience it, you will realize the difference of Ice and ice made of tap water.


Ice with the strongest power is the ones from Antarctica or the Arctic area. Both places have tours, so please have a try. Ice in the places where almost no people go has very special energy. It would blow out all the stagnant energy in your body. It will give you a chance to have new ideas.

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