The devastation from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami has touched our souls. As we watch or simply feel this event unfold, our sense of connectivity with people all over the world seems heightened. Why is this? We've had so many other earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes in the past years. Have we just come to the point where the specter of loss has broken through to our hearts and souls and we find the common spiritual thread? Is it because the Japanese people seem to endure with such strength of spirit? I wonder about the connection of Neptune moving into Pisces soon. There is an awesome sense of Oneness inherent in Neptune being in its own sign. This signals to us that now is the time for us to open spiritually and find the Oneness in everything.
Masaru Emoto is a man who has been working with water for many years, showing us the effect of our thoughts and words on life and on our health. He has placed words on containers of water, freezes the container and then photographs the crystalline structure of the frozen water. Words like love and peace create beautiful harmonious structures. Words like hate and war create ugly, gnarled and darker structures. If you haven't seen these powerful photographs, please check out his work online or his book, The Healing Power of Water.
He has called for a meditation today to help heal the water around the nuclear plants in Fukushima. (If you read this later or cannot do the meditation at noon, do not worry. The act of doing the meditation at any time, intending to connect with others doing the meditation, will have significant power.)
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Today, March 31st at noon your time, wherever you are, he asks us to hold our hands in a prayer position and say:
'The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant,
we are sorry to make you suffer.
Please forgive us. We thank you, and we love you.'
Knowing that our thoughts and words affect water profoundly, this is the help this water, and the people of Japan can use right now.
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