Creating Waves of Awareness
A Ceremony of Compassion, Gratitude and Forgiveness
"Water is our most precious liquid asset."
Thursday, February 6th from 8:30 – 9:30 am Los Angeles time
Dear Friends of the Earth, Wind, and Water,
Originally, this healing ceremony was to be about Fukushima.
The news (and the lack of news) from the afflicted nuclear plant in Japan has created a field of fear, confusion, mistrust and betrayal. It is a situation that calls for healing in every way. That's when we, Humanity's Team, realized that thanks to our friend and co-heart Celeste Yacoboni, we have a time-tested, powerful instrument of forgiveness to help us hold and strengthen a tangible field of love.
That tool / process is Ho 'Oponopono, "making the right right." Perhaps you've heard the story of how Doctor Hu Len "healed" an institution for the criminally insane -- by doing this on himself!
As we began planning our worldwide ceremony to heal Fukushima and the waters of the Pacific, we received a communication from David Spangler, one of the founders of the Findhorn Community, which was a "prayer request for the waters of the world."
These crystals will change you forever, in a good way...
Masaru Emoto's extraordinary work is an awesome display & powerful insight that can change our perceptions of ourselves and the world we live in, forever. We now have profound evidence that we can positively heal and transform ourselves and our planet by the thoughts we choose to think and the ways in which we put those thoughts into use.
That's when we realized that if we really want to heal Fukushima -- not just the fallout from the event itself, but from the misunderstandings and misperceptions at the root of the situation -- the best way is to use Ho 'Opono Pono to heal ALL water, and in so doing heal ourselves -- we are after all 70% water!
We invite you to join with us and add YOUR voice to the ceremony, and send the vibrations of love, wholeness, coherence and healing through the water of the world, and ourselves.
Join us for this powerful healing ceremony on Thursday, February 6th from 8:30 – 9:30 am Los Angeles time, (click here for the worldwide time converter),
by registering here now:
Celeste Yacoboni will lead the ceremony and will be joined by Humanity's Team's Steve Farrell, and Steve Bhaerman (aka Swami Beyondananda). After the ceremony, you will have a chance to share about your experience, and hear others from around the world do the same. (You can get a preview of the chant by going to Celeste's site, How Do You Pray?
As we create a field of loving forgiveness around the waters of earth, we do the same for ourselves.
Please join us for this powerful hour, and multiply and "loverage" your healing intentions:
Yours in Oneness, Love, Laughter and upwising,
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Debby, thank you for posting about this event and the information about h2o and Dr. Emoto's work. I will be doing this later this morning with the collective and every moment I drink or use water, as well. It's so important - I can't say thank you enough!
Hi Michelle. I also tuned in to the program.
I enjoyed that event Debby and I'm hoping they do it once a month or so. Even though we can do it individually(and I'm am getting in the habit of saying the Ho oponopono chant everytime I interact with water), it felt very powerful to do it collectively. I really enjoyed hearing all the voices around the world saying "bye" to each other at the end. It was a special moment knowing people took time out of their day to share their voice and pray for the purification of our waters - and to support one another. It's a topic that IS important to many and yesterday, they shared their passion for it. Namaste' :)