Nurturing Mother Earth

Most people in this world tend to have the opinion that Earth is just a physical planet revolving around the Sun, with no Consciousness. However to the indigenous and gifted people whose sensitivity level is above average, they will insist that there’s a living consciousness (often called Gaia) within it just like there is a soul inside the human body. This is because such people can and have communicated with Earth’s sentience before.

Not too long ago, when haze caused by the annual land clearing through burning in Indonesia created great air pollution to its neighboring countries, I organized several group prayers and energy healing sessions to counteract them. Our activities included the appealing to the forces of nature to assist. Interestingly, one of the participants was a gifted lady who actually received a message from Gaia, during our sessions. Apparently, Gaia lamented the way humans treated her. There was hardly any gratitude for all she provided to humanity. In other words, most humans have taken her resources for granted. When we received that message, our group offered our love and appreciation to Gaia and apologized on behalf of humanity. At this juncture, skeptics may laugh when they read this blogpost… but after one of our sessions, rain poured the very next day which cleared the haze in the atmosphere of our housing area. One of my friends, who opted not to participate in our group energy work, was amazed that our collective effort yielded positive results!

Most humans today are not grounded and have lost their connection with Gaia. We forget that every single atom of our physical body came from the dirt of the Earth. Also, we forget that although the material things that we own might have been bought with our hard earned salary, these things still belong to Earth. When we die, our soul will have to part ways with these, so we are merely borrowing them for a finite period.

I believe it’s the greed and arrogance of humanity that is causing the quick depletion of natural resources, which in turn is creating a karmic boomerang back to humanity such as soil erosion and flood due to uncontrolled deforestation.

I feel it is very appropriate that in April, the 4th month of the year, for humanity to acknowledge and appreciate Mother Earth. In numerology, the number 4 connotes Gaia. Conservation and recycling would also go a long way in sustaining Earth’s resources, apart from turning off the lights on April 22 (termed Earth Day).

Just as humans are to learn to live in harmony with each other, we also need to nurture our relationship with Mother Earth, for the existence of both are deeply intertwined.

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The Radiance Of Freddie Mercury!

“Never try to fit in…Try to stand out..Be true to yourself …Find your own uniqueness.”

The aforementioned advice was from the spirit of Freddie Mercury (of the legendary band Queen) as recently received by psychic medium Emamuelle McIntosh for musicians , singers & performers.

The advice makes a lot sense and I believe it is also applicable to anyone who seeks success in living out their dreams, whatever these may be.

The spirit of the late singer went on to explain that to succeed, one needs to believe in oneself. He asked rhetorically, “How can we expect other people to see the potential in us, if we don’t see it in ourselves?”

Freddie also explained that the AIDS he had was part of his soul purpose to plant a seed of compassion in the masses. Back then even certain doctors were afraid to be close to such patients and dared not touch them. In addition, the general public were so afraid of contracting AIDS that they literally shunned such people. However things have changed for the better since then as there is much more support now.

Freddie’s revelation doesn’t surprise me as we do come to Earth to live out our soul purpose. Deep within, we know what our mission is. Life is always purposeful and meaningful.. especially if we become the catalyst for growth of others.

Beautiful People

“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern.”

― the late psychiatrist and author, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross

The Brightest Day

The world is as beautiful as we can imagine it.

Our life is as wonderful as we can live it.

Our sight is as far as can we set it.

The brightest day …

With the most beautiful skyline,

Occurs in the best moment of our life.

And that takes place when our sight is the clearest …

Visualizing the grandest potential,

While expressing our deepest gratitude …

For life…. for love … and for the knowledge …

That life is forever.