"water," late 14c., from Latin aqua "water; the sea; rain," from PIE root *akwa- "water." Used in late Middle English in combinations from old chemistry and alchemy to mean "decoction, solution" (as in aqua regia, a mix of concentrated acids, literally "royal water," so called for its power to dissolve gold and other "noble" metals). As the name of a light greenish-blue color, 1936.
c. 1600, "Odyssey," title given to one of the two great epic poems of ancient Greece, from Latin Odyssea, from Greek Odysseia, the ancient name of the Homeric poem telling tales of the ten-year wanderings of Odysseus, king of Ithaca, seeking home after the fall of Troy. Figurative sense of "long, adventurous journey" is recorded by 1889.
Let the water take you on a journey back to The Great Mother. Release the traumas and fears of lifetimes. Remember you belong to Earth. Aqua Odyssey is a ceremony, a prayer, an immersion in blue, a path to expanded awareness and gratitude. Your body is mostly water. So is Earth's. Your cells are bound to the ocean's tides and currents. Remember. Be held. Float. Trust. Surrender. Flow...
"Just sit there right now. Don't do a thing. Just rest. For your separation from God, from love, is the hardest work in this world."