Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Water Prayer for Japan

     To All People Around the World
Please send your prayers of love and gratitude to water at the nuclear plants in Fukushima, Japan!

    By the massive earthquakes of Magnitude 9 and surreal massive tsunamis, more than 10,000 people are still missing…even now… It has been 16 days already since the disaster happened. What makes it worse is that water at the reactors of Fukushima Nuclear Plants started to leak, and it’s contaminating the ocean, air and water molecule of surrounding areas.
    Human wisdom has not been able to do much to solve the problem, but we are only trying to cool down the anger of radioactive materials in the reactors by discharging water to them.
     Is there really nothing else to do?
     I think there is. During over twenty year research of hado measuring and water crystal photographic technology, I have been witnessing that water can turn positive when it receives pure vibration of human prayer no matter how far away it is.
     Energy formula of Albert Einstein, E=MC2 really means that Energy = number of people and the square of people’s consciousness.
     Now is the time to understand the true meaning. Let us all join the prayer ceremony as fellow citizens of the planet earth.   I would like to ask all people, not just in Japan, but all around the world to please help us to find a way out the crisis of this planet!!
     The prayer procedure is as follows.
Name of ceremony:
     “Let’s send our thoughts of love and gratitude to all water in the nuclear plants in Fukushima”
Day and Time:
March 31st, 2011 (Thursday)     12:00 noon in each time zone
Please say the following phrase:
“The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry to make you suffer. Please forgive us.  We thank you, and we love you.”

Please say it aloud or in your mind. Repeat it three times as you put your hands together in a prayer position.

Please offer your sincere prayer.

Thank you very much from my heart.

With love and gratitude,
Masaru Emoto
Messenger of Water

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

New Wealthy - Part 2 - The Downside

We left off with all of the good things this burgeoning new class of very wealthy are providing society. But there is a dark side, as with all things. Having great wealth does not mean one is happier. Less stressed about the basics, yes, but with most things there is always a downside, and with wealth there are plenty of down sides.

They may have quantity in their lives, but finding quality is not as easy. The psychological lift in treating ourselves with luxury once in a while is lost if your life is all luxury. Extravagant gifts are the expectation, and not a wonderful surprise. The rich, especially those that inherit their wealth, know that many people despise them. Relationships are always suspect. They resist talking about their dilemmas in public, assuming, maybe rightly so, that their problems are "high class problems," and therefore take a back seat to the problems of those less fortunate. Organizations such as "More Than Money" have emerged as a place to deal with psychological issues of the very wealthy. And psychological issues abound. Especially with children who spend most of their time with a revolving door of paid staff from nannies to household help. They tend to have higher incidences of drug and alcohol abuse, depression, and difficulty connecting to other people. Many hide their status while attending college, luxuriating in feeling "normal." They cannot use the lack of money for not feeling at peace or living their lives with honor and integrity.

Most worry as much about money as those at the low end. The extremely wealthy worry about losing their money. They worry about having enough money. In fact a study reveals they double whatever amount they currently are worth in order to feel secure. If they have $20 million then they feel they need $40 million to feel secure, if they have a billion dollars then they feel they need two billion dollars. They worry about how to invest their money, they worry about their children lacking motivation if they inherit large sums of the stuff. They worry about gold diggers and prenuptial agreements. They worry that husbands marrying their daughters will feel usurped as providers.

Someone suggested in my comments yesterday that they felt there would be eventual class warfare with this emerging class structure. I cannot disagree. We are seeing it in the Middle East as we speak. Major revolutions have been fought over this very thing. We have an hourglass shaped class structure with the very wealthy at the top, a shrinking middle-class, and an ever-widening lower and working class. As we see more and more of our country's wealth buying only luxury items, it will surely have an effect. Trickle down aspirations have the offshoot of making everyone else feel poor as we tend to gauge our happiness, in part, by how well we feel we are doing in comparison to others.

The ramifications are world-wide. This growing group of extremely wealthy individuals are from many different countries. They have many homes, in many places, and feel more a nation of their own making than nationalism to any one country. What that means for our future is anyone's guess.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

The New Wealthy

We watched the movie "2012" last night and I was incensed that the arks held all the billionaires in the world that could buy their way to safety after the pole shift. My husband, on the other hand, thought it was okay because they were the ones that had to come up with the money to build the arks in the first place. I realized we have very different ways of looking at wealth in our home, and in our society. There are those that are happy for anyone that can "make it" and believe they deserve whatever their money can buy - after all they earned it - and there are those that see the world as being a place that should be more equitable, with tax structures set up to make sure that happens. It has divided our nation and other cultures.

So I set off to see just who these nouveau riche were exactly, and what I found out was rather surprising, and not at all what I expected.

I found my information from an article appearing in Atlantic Monthly (in April) regarding a new study from Boston College and from the book "Richistan" by Robert Frank. It would make this post too lengthy to write about all of my findings here, but I couldn't resist a few interesting facts:

The segment of richest Americans is growing and creating an hourglass shape to our society with the richest at the top, the penny-pinching middle class in the middle, and an expanding underclass. There is no doubt that the top 1% of our society now owns a disproportionate amount of the wealth. They are the ones that are buying so many luxury items that they are literally propping up our economy. But they are also giving away more money to charitable organizations than ever before. In fact from 1995 to 2005 it was double the amount given away. They tend to be people who have made their money themselves, it was not inherited. They like to think of themselves as just average people - with money, of course. But they worry about many of the same things we all do - the environment, education, whether or not their children will grow up to be decent human beings. Many are giving large portions of their wealth away, realizing that they cannot spend it while they are alive and not wanting their children to become creeps.

They have also changed the face of politics. They tend to be more liberal, and most are Democrats, having been educated in schools located in Boston, New York, Washington, Austin, Denver, and Seattle. Having grown up in the 1960's they also are more sensitive to the underclass and minorities. They want to swing politics in a direction that does not just add to their own wealth, as most of the rich have done in the past, in fact they have so much money that they are more concerned with future generations. They have spent millions to fight poverty, improve the environment, fix inner cities and cure disease. They see government as a tool for more aggressive social agendas, hoping to protect the advantages they had growing up.

Tomorrow I will talk about the cons with this group of uber-wealthy individuals, and how they are changing the world.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Another View

For a different view of what is happening in Japan go here. It is worth your time. 

Friday, March 25, 2011

What if they gave a war - and nobody came?

This needs to be heard. This is an incredibly powerful piece.

Thank you, Maggie's Secret Garden!

And here is something to think about:  The cost of a month in Afghanistan is roughly equivalent to 262,500 teachers; 1,995,000 children in daycare; annual health care for more than 5 million people --and this is just one month.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

11:11 - A Cosmic Prompt?

I read two very interesting articles on the 11:11 phenomenon this past week. First and foremost, the 2012 end date of the Mayan Calendar is on many people's mind. I wrote about it here. I also reviewed a book on the subject, which can be found here. But, I came across something even more interesting regarding the 12/21/2012 date. Did you know that at 11:11 UT is exactly when the winter solstice begins on this date? That maybe, it is not the date so much as the time that is of importance, because the Mayans did not refer to the beginning, middle, or end of the galactic alignment. Maybe they were trying to draw our attention to a specific cosmic event, which will occur on that date at that specific time.

Other interesting phenomena occurs with the number 11. For instance, the magnetic field of the Sun operates a cycle of polarity reversals averaging 11.11 years. The entire mass of the black hole at the center of our galaxy spins once every 11 minutes. The attack on the World Trade Center was September 11. I could go on and on.

So what does this all mean? Is it just coincidence?

Many people do not believe it is a coincidence. They see it as a cosmic prompt to wake up and see reality in a new and altered light. Steve Pavlina, in his excellent post on this subject, has suggested a small percentage of people will begin to notice the sequence of 11's more often than chance would indicate. That it might be a backdoor virus inserted through an objective belief system. Once noticed, "it begins to dismantle limiting objective beliefs, gradually supplanting them with a more accurate model of reality." He suggests that the more you try to ignore the 11s, the more insistent they become, demanding your attention, making it difficult to do business as usual, until you finally open your mind to new possibilities. He believes it is a specific frequency of awakening, but that there are others, including other recurring number patterns such as 111, 1234, or 444. That "you experience these events as a repeating glitch in the matrix of reality," jolting you into a higher level of awareness.

So what do you think? Are you one of those people who are seeing 11s everywhere? If so, you may want to read Steve's post, and note the date and time of 12/21/2012 UT on your calendar. After all, it could be a cosmic prompt.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011


I found this on California Girl's blog, Empty Nest Evolution, and couldn't resist passing it along to all of you:

Monday, March 21, 2011

Refocusing Our Emotions

I get caught up in "what if" scenarios sometimes. I build up whole trains of thought based upon "what if?" Usually it has me upset with what others might be thinking and doing that I may not agree with, or with what others are actually doing. Either way, I really do not have any control over what others think or do or say. The only thing I have control over is my reaction to said situations. So when I received this in my email, I thought I would pass it along. It seems timely with all that is happening in the world, and all that is happening on an energetic level in most people's lives. Stress seems a part of the world right now, especially in personal relationships. It also reminded me of Eckhart Tolle's advice to step into the void when you feel yourself careening out of control. From the Institute of Heart Math:

The Power of Neutral - A Tool to Refocus Your Emotions

An important first step in transforming emotional stress is cleaning up strong, negative emotions and judgements as they come up. As soon as you start to feel your energy going sideways, you can use Neutral to refocus within yourself and go back to the heart. This will clear your emotions as you go and start building your empowerment to clear even more.

Once your emotions become disturbed, your mind will tend to jump in with judgements toward yourself or others. The mind, like a computer, starts a process of analyzing why, calculating next steps, and bringing up memories of what happened when you felt like that before. The Power of Neutral tool helps  put this mental momentum on pause so you can neutralize your reactions and thoughts. The Power of Neutral allows the guidance of your heart, your heart intelligence, to come in and stop the energy drain.

Judging yourself or others causes energy to back up in your system and feels bad. It doesn't bring helpful solutions. It only makes us feel disappointed in ourselves, which drains more energy. We can stop this in its tracks by using The Power of Neutral.

Practicing The Power of Neutral helps bring your mind, emotions and physiology to a state of neutral. Think of neutral as a "time-out zone" where you can step back, neutralize your emotions and see more options with objective clarity.

The Power of Neutral Tool
  1. Take a time out. Breathe slow and deeply. Imagine the air entering and leaving through your heart area in the center of your chest.
  2. Try to disengage from your stressful thoughts and feelings as you continue breathing.
  3. Continue until you have chilled out and neutralized the emotional charge.

Use Step 1 as soon as you feel your emotions starting to amp up. First take a time out by choosing to step back from your emotions. The heart breathing in Step 1 will help you draw the energy out of your head, where negative thoughts and feelings get amplified. Breathe slowly and deeply in a casual way as you pretend the breath is going in and out through your heart area.

In Step 2, disengage from your stressful thoughts and feelings as you continue to breathe. Just having the intent to disengage can help you release a lot of the emotional energy.

In Step 3, you continue the process until you have chilled out and neutralized the emotional charge. This doesn't mean irritability, anxiety, or other stressful feelings will have totally evaporated. It merely means the charged energy has been taken out and you have stopped accumulating stress. Even if you can't totally neutralize a reaction in the moment, simply making the effort to shift into neutral will stop the accumulation of anxiety or stress about it. It will give you a change to regroup your energies and refocus.

One of the things that can help you get to neutral is asking yourself, "Do I really want to keep draining energy and stressing about the situation or how bad I feel?" For example, right before a situation that normally makes you anxious or stressed, you may start negatively projecting the idea you will blow it or be judged by others. This is the perfect time to use The Power of Neutral. Otherwise, your emotional reaction will kick in and drain you. And even if you don't get completely calm, going to Neutral still reduces a lot of stress and helps you refocus.

As you build your ability to use this tool, you will acquire a new type of emotional energy maintenance. This translates into more energy to do the things you really want to do.

Saturday, March 19, 2011


Today at 2:10 p.m. eastern time we will enter into a SuperMoon, a term coined by astrologist Richard Nolle for Dell Publishing over thirty years ago for Horoscope magazine. It refers to that time when the Earth, Sun and Moon are all aligned, with the Earth in the center. The Moon is as close as it comes in orbit to the Earth, with astronomers calling it a perigee-syzgy.

They are noteworthy because of their close association with extreme tidal forces, coastal tides, severe storms, powerful earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions.

Not to mention the water sloshing around in ourselves. You may want to consider this full moon if you're heading out to bay at the moon tonight.

The last time we had a SuperMoon was in January - and we also had an earthquake in Christchurch. Hurricane Katrina was within three days of one, as was Mt. Pinatubo in 1991, Galveston, Texas in 1900, and the Loma Prieta earthquake in California. Can anyone forget the images of collapsing bridges? These are just a few examples of major events happening within three days of a SuperMoon.

And then there is this:

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Is Crises a Catalyst?

I've been doing some thinking about crises. We certainly have had a few over the last couple ofyears.

The way I see it, there cannot be change or evolution, without crises. We simply would be too happy doing what we have always done. Unfortunately for us, what we have always done is no longer sustainable and being the magnificent creatures we are, we'll now find ways to get ourselves out of the messes we've created by being unconscious to other life forms and our planet.

We need a certain amount of fear to get us going. Otherwise we sit fat and happy, doing the same things day after day, complacent in our ignorance.

At no other time in history, however, have we had the ability to connect with each other as we do now. This ability to synthesize, utilizing the brilliance of each person's natural gifts, will bring us to a new frontier.

No where is this more telling than the nuclear catastrophe unfolding in Japan. The technology is antiquated and built in a dangerous location. The thinking behind nuclear energy by the Japanese people, however, is right on. Their desire to free themselves from fossil fuel addiction is very forward thinking. It is the technology that needs to be modernized. The plants were built in the 1970's and are no longer considered safe - especially with spent fuel rods stored at the top of the building - a relic by today's standards. But maybe we need an entirely new technology - maybe we need something clean and safe. Maybe it is time for our best and brightest to work at solving the world's problems and not head off to Wall Street to make oodles of money, actually bringing our world to the brink of economic disaster with their financial machinations for more, more, more.

Would any of this happen without the crises we've faced? I don't think so. We would all still be thinking that buying stuff equates happiness. We need to get the stuffing scared out of us to move forward. And I believe we will now go in that direction. It is time for humanity to move into a new evolutionary stage.

Crises can be a catalyst for change. An opportunity to work together to solve the issues of our time, as it brings home the notion that we are interconnected in ways unimaginable just a few years ago. 

Monday, March 14, 2011

Written In The Stars

I found a new website that has plenty of food for thought. Great posts and comments about the proliferation of 11's that people are talking about, other interesting topics, and this. I could not believe how accurate it was for my birthday - right down to telling me I needed to avoid sugar and dairy, concentrate on exercise, in order to not become plump and round! Geeze.

But I also have two master numbers in my birthday. 11/22 is the month and day of my birth - yes, just in case you recognize it - it was the day President Kennedy was assassinated. This year it will land on 11/22/11.

Evidently the 11 and the 22 are significant, and probably explains the direction of this blog, as people with both of these numbers seem to feel an added responsibility to the world. Which would explain my desire to bring information of substance to my readers.

I'm also life path 6, and find myself in the company of Einstein, but also George W. Bush. Happy about the first, but what is up with the second??

What did yours say?

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Time To Work Together

As most of you know, I believe that our thoughts have an effect on our world, both from a personal and planetary perspective. I believe we are all connected. I think many of you believe the same thing. But whether or not you totally understand the concepts behind this field of research, it is time for us to work together doing what we can do to help the Japanese nuclear reactor to cool down. The devastation to not only Japan, but for the world, is very real at this time.

So please take a moment today to sit quietly, center yourself, and imagine the reactor cooling down. Imagine it going from red to blue. Imagine the media reporting that it is under control and the danger has passed. Imagine the ground underneath the power plant to be stable.

Whether or not you believe what you are thinking, please take a moment to send your energy in this direction. 

Friday, March 11, 2011


My daughter has been having tsunami dreams for weeks. I guess now we know why. My heart and prayers are with the Japanese people today.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Food for Thought

400 Americans are now worth the same as 155,000,000 Americans, combined.
That is 155 million Americans.
Most of them benefited in some way from the bailout money.
Read about it here

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Pay Attention

I have had some very interesting synchronicities lately, and I read somewhere that our thoughts are being manifested much more quickly. It has something to do with the magnetic field around the earth. Anyway, my husband I were discussing the fact that I might be a touch too dependent on my half tab of Ambien for sleep. Right after the conversation I researched and wrote the Monsanto post, and was absolutely floored when the last item in the list of Monsanto products to avoid was.... Ambien! Really? My sleep aid is manufactured by a company that makes Roundup and genetically engineered food?

Next up, I have been trying to cut down on sugar, which seems to be in more products than we realize. Yesterday I am in the dentist chair having my teeth cleaned, my mouth is full of instruments when the hygienist starts talking about her water purifier that makes the water alkaline. Alkaline water is supposed to balance the pH in the body, especially the sugars. She goes on to say people who eat too much sugar are at higher risk of cancer, because the cancer cells literally feed off the sugar. Wow. My last post on water, especially structured water, and my desire to cut down on sugar all in two or three sentences from my hygienist.

She highly touted her water purifier, by the way. She feels she has much more energy, and a sense of well being that she didn't have before. I will have to do some research on it, and let you know what I find.

So this is just two things I am personally working on. What are you working on? Have you noticed the Universe speaking to you? Pay attention, you just might be surprised.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Wonderous Water

I have always been fascinated with water. I feel most comfortable next to large bodies of the stuff. I guess that's why I love Lake Tahoe and Hawaii, two beautiful places to enjoy water. The earth is a gigantic container of water and it is no coincidence that the Bible mentions water in Genesis 1:2.

According to the film Water, The Great Mystery, it is the most common substance on earth and is with us every moment of our lives. We are literally bags of water, between 70-90%, depending on our age. Our brains are 85%, and we drink 2.5 liters each day, absorbing another 1.5 liters through our skin when we bathe or shower.

We are the only planet in the universe with water like ours, and every drop remains since the beginning of time. Every one of water's properties are unique. It is the only substance that expands when cooled, acting completely opposite from all other substances that actually contract when cooled. It can be a solid, liquid or gas, and is the most powerful solvent on earth. It can rise through trees despite thousands of pounds of pressure. It is believed that the water structure of each person's body is like the water where they are born, and no where in the world is it the same. Every seed and embryo begins in water, and it creates the structure of DNA and proteins, working like a universal computer. Structured water also has the ability to change the structure of human blood.

Water has memory. Everything that comes in contact with water leaves a magnetic imprint. It remembers everything, yet has the ability to shake off these memories through the cycle of evaporation. A picture of water when it is told you make me sick, I will kill you, looks dead. In the middle part of the century a group of scientists were in a lab discussing the design of a biological weapon of mass destruction, when all of them had to go to the hospital for food poisoning. The only thing they had consumed were glasses of water.

Water shows the most degradation around human emotions such as negativity, anger and foul language. One has to wonder what these human emotions are doing to our own bags of water...

Yet water shows very different patterns with beautiful words, love, prayer, and beautiful music. The most common substance on earth is also the most extraordinary. A conductor of life itself.  And what words have the greatest impact on water?

It is actually two words: Love and Gratitude.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Weird, I know! But I'm back.

Okay, so you were probably wondering where I have been. I've been trying to avoid a person that was hacking his way into a friend's blog, and I felt the need to move along. I started a new blog that I will continue, and I'll delete many of these posts that are of a personal nature. In the meantime, I'm working on writing an e-book based on this blog. So hang with me folks. There is energy flowing!