Honoring Gaia – Energy Of Mother Earth


“The indigenous of the earth, the ancients, revered the planet they were on. It was like a mother/father to them, and they considered it a source of all good things. It supplied the food, both from the forest and from the ground [hunting and planting]. It supplied water, and gave them shelter, even when it seemed angry. Mythology developed around it and many stories prevailed. Many of the gods of old became depictions of the energy of Gaia. And rather than put it into one scenario of singularity, often the divinity was split into many, god-like energies of the sea, of the air, of the land, of the crops, of the sun, of warmth, and of the cold. But this was always in respect. This has been the longest held view of the planet, and has existed with the indigenous even up to a few hundred years ago… always in respect.”

– divine message as channeled by Mr. Lee Carroll about Gaia, the energy of Mother Earth.

As 22nd April is known as the International Mother Earth day, let us all make a simple offering to the consciouness of Gaia and express our deepest gratitude for all that is derived from the planet.

“I am sorry,
Please forgive me,
I love you,
Thank you.”

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