Saturday, June 12, 2010

Meet us at the Water



>> UPDATE: We did our little ritual this morning. Lucas made a drawing of the ocean with the leak on the left side polluting everything. He put it on his altar, and we prayed over the cauldron full of salty water. Then we placed his drawing outside on the ground. The rain took a long time to fall, opposite from yesterday, when it would never end! It will stay outside for the night, and then, what's left will be put in the garden. It's never too early to teach kids about the damage human can make to Nature, and that each single action/intention to protect it does care. I felt somewhat drained after this ritual, but I think it's just natural, the negativity of it all ends up surrounding us. So I closed the bedroom door behind, and we played for some time with his wooden soccer field at the family room, to laugh out loud and recharge ourselves.

MeetUsAtTheWater

Today I'll join this wonderful Divining Women group to send healing vibes to the ocean where she's hurting more now, the Gulf.
It's beyond heart-breaking to watch helplessly the many wild lives that are suffering right now due to human's stupidity. The whole ecosystem is up-side down in a way I've never seen before.

I'll play my humble part, meditating over my chalice of water on my altar, lighting my candle, performing a little ritual to focus on Her healing. My little witch wants to make a drawing of the polluted Gulf and place it outside so the heavy rain that don't stop falling here will wash and clean it away.

This affects all life worldwide, so if you can, join this call, bring your energy and be part of the chain.

7 comentários:

Not Hannah said...

Oh, beautiful, your little witch's idea! Thank you so much for helping to spread the word! Blessed be, lady.

Linda in New Mexico said...

Nydia, I love Lucas' idea. I can hardly wait for you two to get your package. I want to know Lucas' reaction to GK's letter.
We'll be joining you and all the others at the water. BB The Olde Bagg

Marci said...

Nydia....

I will join this group too. We are stronger pulling our energy together for this terrible crisis.

I love Lucas' idea and I am going to suggest it to a friend that has two little witchlings. I know they will also draw pictures and put outside for the rain to cleanse away.

Count on my family to be part of the chain!

Blessings

K(Banterings of a Basketcase) said...

wow- art is actually very powerful. so cool!

BJ Roan said...

I agree, it's never too early to teach our children about taking care of our planet. Also, love the monochrome of your father. He looks like a wonderful person.

Powell River Books said...

It is so devastating. The recent trip in our boat is a reminder of how precious the ocean is. So many fish, plants, animals, birds. It is beyond imagining how terrible it is for everything and everyone affected by the oil. - Margy

Michele J said...

The tragedy has saddened me so much. I see the pictures and I cry and I dare not to look again as I dearly love the animals with all my heart. You are truly wonderful to teach your young man of these things but also to focus on the beauty of the world as well.
You are a beautiful person and I apologize for being so absent. Life has taken a beating on me in ways unimaginable as I can see it has on you as well but it is slowly pulling together. It takes time...

I love you all and will try to step in and say hello much more, my friend...

Be well... ♥