I’d like to start off the year by affirming that sharing your experiences of love for Earth and Earth’s love for you, is central to this newsletter. Whether it’s a glimpse of sky on a city street or making tea at home, I believe it’s our loving awareness that counts. So please make time to send in something.
We are a very busy, “doing”-oriented culture. Here are two contributions with which you may well be familiar, that I always find refreshing.
Three years ago, David Spangler, shared this New Year’s experience with a Water Spirit:
I had just filled a glass with water from the tap, and as I was lifting it up to drink, there suddenly appeared in the water in the glass a small being that identified itself as a water spirit. It spoke with great urgency and passion and said, in effect, “When you use water, please send loving, healing, and uplifting energy (Light) to the kingdom of the water spirits for many of our kind are suffering and are under siege from the continuing and increasing pollution of water by humanity. We need your support and blessing from which we can draw strength.”
I’ve never had an experience quite like this, and I wanted to sit with it for awhile before sharing it to make sure it wasn’t my imagination. I’m not an alarmist, but the appeal of this being was so heartfelt that now whenever I pour myself a glass of water or take a shower or bath, I tune in to the realm of water spirits and elementals and offer my Light and blessing and strength.
I’m passing it on should you like to do the same.
The full version is at https://lorian.org/water-spirit-message/
The astonishing work of Masaru Emoto with water is described on many sites and in his books. Here is an excerpt from http://www.masaru-emoto.net/english/water-crystal.html
This world is filled with wonders and mysteries that get more incomprehensible if we try to think of a reason. In a familiar situation, for example, why do dogs exist and why do cats exist? Why do mice exist and why do snakes exist? Why are there cherry blossom trees and why are there willow trees? What is a human being in the first place? As such, there are so many incomprehensible things that we cannot understand at all.
Thus, except for some of truly basic things, no one disagrees that there are still so many unknowns. Probably we understand 3%. in other words, I think 97% is unknown. The reason why the number is 3% is that the research of geneticists revealed the level of our DNA activation is 3%.
I believe the original idea of creation by the creator of this universe was “the pursuit of beauty.” Everything is combination of energetic vibration. As vibration resonates, it makes some tangible objects.
Combination of non-resonating vibration can result in destructive energy, and nothing can be created out of it. When some vibration and the other resonate each other, it always creates beautiful design. Thus, most of the Earth is covered with beautiful nature.
That is why scientists, philosophers, and religionists pursue for unknown facts. Is it presumptuous to suggest them taking paths with “the pursuit of beauty” in mind as a means to confirm their right paths?
There are approximately 7 billion people exist on this Earth now. I think there is one common standard we share although our skin colors, languages, religious beliefs may be different. I think that is the standard of “beauty”.
However, the deep pursuit of beauty is slightly different depending on experience, age, and personality. That is why many types of wonderful artists who pursue the secrets of beauty always appear in the human history one after another.
Therefore, the photograph of crystals is neither science nor religion. I hope it is enjoyed as a new type of art. Nevertheless, the world it shows is truth, and there is no doubt that many messages essential to our lives are hidden in it.
These two photos; “You Fool!” (top) and “Eternal” (bottom), are taken from ‘Water and Words’. You will also find ‘Water and Music’, ‘Water and Prayer’, and ‘Natural Water’ among Masuro Emoto’s many photos.
Cold Rain and Winds
A shroud of morning mist
blankets the hills and dips.
Threads of crystal clear drops
clothe each bare twig.
The bay tree sways beside
a towering eucalyptus.
Invisible strands pull
here and there.
Ah, to be content, bathed
by splash of rain―
when going anywhere
for the going to remain
at peace, for the somewhere
to arrive before
these open portals
undisturbed by driving winds.
From At This Table