Posted by admin on Mar 30, 2011
Editors’ note: This prayer request is circling the globe via email, and we wanted to pass it along to Vibration readers who would be willing to join in.
Dr Masaru Emoto, the premiere Japanese scientist and water researcher,
is asking all citizens of Mother Earth to focus with intent to transform the dangerous Nuclear problem that is continuing to develop in Japan.
High amounts of radiation has contaminated large amounts of water at one of the power plants and is starting to get into the environment.
Dr Emoto knows the power and ability of water to heal, transmute, transfigure, and purify toxins as demonstrated in his best selling series of books “The Hidden Messages in Water”.
So on Thursday, March 31st, at Noon, in each time zone,
he is requesting that as many of us as possible to perform the following simple prayer and invocation 3 times with our hands in the prayer position:
“The water at Fukushima Nuclear Plant,
we are sorry to make you suffer,
please forgive us,
we thank you and we love you.”
The power of this simple prayer formula has been demonstrated many times, in particular by the Hawaiian psychologist and kahuna Dr Ihaleakala Hew Len, who used this prayer to successfully heal all the mental patients in the entire ward at the Hawaiian State Metal Hospital during his time working there, as described in the book “Zero Limits” by Joe Vitale.
Dr Hew Len never counseled or spoke to any of the patients.
He just studied the patients files and went within himself and did the prayer process.
See Dr Emoto’s message at http://emotopeaceproject.blogspot.com
I hope you can join us.
Spread the word.
Vibration’s past articles related to Dr. Emoto’s Work:
- Dr. Masaru Emoto’s work on the power of water
- Flower Essence Applications of the Work of Wayne Dyer and Masaru Emoto
- Using Water’s Healing Power—Why We Must Look After our Planet’s Water Supply
- Putting Essences on a Map
Posted by admin on Mar 26, 2011
By Deborah Bier, PhD, Publisher and Co-Editor of this Publication
I want to give a very brief introduction of myself wearing a hat most of you aren’t aware that I have in my closet. From 1998 to 2009, I worked with my community of Concord, Massachusetts doing emergency planning preparation and education for citizens. Our focus for the first few years was to organize neighborhoods for social cohesiveness and emergency preparedness/response within a grassroots organization.
And then the next few years training citizens for the same, but as a volunteer for my local fire department, which also was in charge of emergency management. In the process, we created some enormously inventive methods and organizations, resurrected neglected community resources, and also had a lot of fun.
Here’s one of the things that I’ve worked to make most central to my being, and how I look at emergency preparedness and response. It’s how I reply those who criticize me for working in this area because I am somehow going to create emergencies through such activities. There are different reasons for doing emergency preparedness for ourselves, our families, our neighborhoods, our communities, and beyond. I think we can boil them down to two useful ways of looking at these reasons: we can prepare out of fear, or we can prepare out of love. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on Mar 19, 2011
Over the years since Vibration Magazine began in June, 1998, we’ve published numerous articles and two special issues devoted to helping people get through tough times. Little did we know that we’d need to come back to these themes time after time.
Just now the world is in an especially troubled phase, between natural disasters, economic woes, and violent protests, so we’ve decided to reprint a list of past articles that relate to the various needs people have in times like these. The links are below.
First, however, we’d like to invite you to join us in a group effort to bring comfort and recovery to the people of Japan. In addition to prayers and financial contributions, we hope our readers will try an essence-related technique described by Robina Hearle in Putting Essences on a Map.
Find a good map of Japan on the internet or in an atlas at home, and place a bottle of essences on it that you feel would be helpful to its people—Rescue Remedy/Five Flower might be one good one, but you’ll doubtlessly find others in the collection of links below. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by admin on Mar 12, 2011
By Sheryl Karas, Mama Love Products
For five years, ending in 2005, I worked as a family caregiving consultant for the Alzheimer’s Association and, more recently, for a California state-supported Caregiver Resource Center in Santa Cruz, CA. Dementia caregiving is documented to be the most stressful caregiving there is. Caregivers of all ages report deteriorating health and high rates of depression. Among people who
are 65 and older, those who are caregiving have a 63% higher mortality rate than those who are not.
Caregiving for a loved one is so very stressful. You want to relieve their suffering, and yet with dementia or other chronic progressive conditions near the end of life there is little to be done except to provide basic needs, keep them safe and help them feel loved (when they can allow it). In long term caregiving situations, the greatest task is to learn to take care of yourself by giving from the heart while keeping appropriate limits and boundaries. Caring so much that you put someone else’s needs and desires ahead of your own for months or years on end can be dangerously depleting. In reality, care receivers need the people who take care of them to be well-rested, well-fed, well-supported, well-exercised and relaxed so they can benefit from their support for as long as possible.
Posted by admin on Mar 5, 2011
© by Lila Devi, Spirit-in-Nature Essences
The concept of a “plot” application of essences focuses on remedies for specific problems or weaknesses that we want to correct or eliminate, including disturbed behaviors, fears, or any actions troubling to the animal or the pet owner. Most commonly, flower essences are given to fill a need or correct a fault which is usually expressed through the animal’s behavior.
The word “plot”, borrowed from literary jargon, implies that one must travel from point A to point B to achieve a goal. Plot application indicates a particular need on the part of the animal; the flower essence acts as a catalyst to restore or awaken the positive quality absent from the pet’s personality. By way of example, a skittish animal can benefit from Tomato Essence for strength and courage. The pet who constantly craves attention may be helped with Pineapple Essence for self-assuredness.