Novak Djokovic is showing signs of senility during his self-isolation at his sanctuary in Marbella as he awaits the reopening of the pro tour!
Because water reacts and scientists have proven that, that molecules in the water react to our emotions, to what is being said. Novak Djokovic
In an Instagram Live chat with Chervin Jafarieh, Fox Sports reports the two discussed how emotions could make ‘toxic’ food and water healthy in their most recent contribution to series entitled ‘The Self Mastery Project’.
“It’s the connection that you’re talking about, the innate connection and really being present and being conscious of the moment and being conscious of the fact you’re drinking water,” Djokovic said.
“I’ve seen people and I know some people that, through that energetical (sic) transformation, through the power of prayer, through the power of gratitude, they manage to turn the most toxic food or the most polluted water, into the most healing water.
“Because water reacts and scientists have proven that, that molecules in the water react to our emotions, to what is being said.
“I truly believe that we should continuously, every single day that when we sit, we sit without cameras, without phones … or even worse having nervous discussions and conflictual (sic) discussions at the table with your close ones during your meal.
“They saw if you had specific thoughts, specific emotions onto the water, if they were happy thoughts, if they were good thoughts, they created a molecular structure that had a geo-prism based on sacred geometry meaning there was symmetry and balance,” he continued.
“On the opposite end when you give water pain, fear, frustration, anger, that water will break apart.”
During the confusing monologue Jafarieh continually nodded his head in agreement, but it has led to many wondering whether the Serb is of sound mind!
Sports presenter Mary Carillo, a former tennis star in her own right, was “disturbed” by his claims and the effect it would have on his fans following him on social media.
“We know that he believes in meditation, in prayer, in holistic healing,” she said on The Tennis Channel. “He hated that he had to get his elbow cut, he tried to stave that off for a long time because he genuinely thought he could heal his own body.
“I’m very disturbed that Djokovic and that other guy are saying you can change toxic water to drinking water. This is dangerous stuff and when I looked at it … it already had half a million hits. I really hope he backs down from that.”
Jon Wertheim, the much respected Sports Illustrated writer, said his comments “were a step too far” while it was obviously OK to “challenge conventional wisdom” and explore various avenues sport psychology.
“He really needs to be careful, there are consequences to this,” Wertheim said on The Tennis Channel.
“It’s a very short jump to these conspiracy theories which now, more than ever, are really dangerous.
“So I was disappointed, like you Mary, to see that because I think there’s a real responsibility that comes with being No. 1 and that includes respecting science and objective truth.”
A few weeks earlier Djokovic he caused consternation when by declaring he would not be vaccinated against Covid-19 even if that became a condition for players to travel around the world to tournaments following the pandemic. He has subsequently admitted he could well reconsider that decision.