The Magic of Water
From destruction comes beauty, as evident by the Rocky Mountains — seen from the terrace of the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Denver — with majestic peaks and valleys sculpted into shape by the elemental force of water. But here, the waters are also curative, magical. For centuries, the local Native American tribes have celebrated the healing power of Colorado’s waters, with offerings for the gods in the form of beads, clothing, talismans and other symbols of gratitude.
What is it that energises our waters and makes them therapeutic? That drives people from all over the world to Colorado?
D. H. Lawrence once said: "Water is H2O, hydrogen two parts, oxygen one, but there is also a third thing, that makes it water and nobody knows what it is.”
Alas, he was wrong. Ancient alchemists once called it “mfkzt”, and described it as “the container of the light of life". Today, we know it as Ormus, which is made up of orbitally rearranged monatomic elements derived from precious metals. And it is found in abundance in the source of our nearby mountain streams.
More importantly, Ormus is a form of matter that encourages communication between spirit and substance, and it infuses every aspect of our signature high-altitude revitalising gemstone Ormus ritual. A 3-hour treatment, it begins inside the inner sanctum of the Spa with a 30-minute soak in healing Ormus salt water, and eventually concludes with a 90-minute Ormus revitalising oil massage.
Let Ormus-enriched water and oils carry energy to every tissue in your body—no offerings for the gods necessary.