Saturday, September 11, 2010
Dr Masaru Emoto's Healing Prayer
By now, most of you would know the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico through the media or emails.
This is a serious matter that everyone of you should try to help in your own way. Don't under-estimate that you are powerless -
please read the red highlights below.
Dr Emoto has also proposed a Prayer to recite, incorporating the sacred formula from Zero Limits - Ho' oponopono.
Dr. Masaru Emoto's Healing Prayer for the Gulf
Focusing our energies in response to the Gulf tragedy and for healing the waters and its inhabitants.
Dr. Masaru Emoto is the scientist from Japan who has done all the research and publications about the characteristics of water. Among other things, his research revealed that water physically responds to emotions.
Right now, most of us have the predominantly angry emotion when we consider what is happening in the Gulf. And while certainly we are justified in that emotion, we may be of greater assistance to our planet and its life forms, if we sincerely, powerfully and humbly pray the prayer that Dr Emoto, himself, has proposed.
"I send the energy of love and
gratitude to the water
and all the living creatures
in the Gulf of Mexico
and its surroundings.
To the whales, dolphins,
pelicans, fish, shellfish, planktons,
corals, algae, and all living creatures . . .
I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
I love you."
I am passing this request to people who I believe might be willing to participate in this prayer, to set an intention of love and healing that is so large, so overwhelming that we can perform a miracle in the Gulf of Mexico.
We are not powerless.
We are powerful!!!
Our united energy,
speaking this prayer daily ...
multiple times daily....
can literally shift the balance of destruction
that is happening.
We don't have to know how......
we just have to recognize that
the power of love
Please often repeat this healing prayer of Dr. Emoto's. And feel free to copy and paste this to send it around the planet.
Let's take charge, and do our own clean up!