Recently it was called to my attention a meditation for the Aral Sea. Background: The Aral Sea is one of our many great and terrible man-made Eco-catastrophes of the past 60 years. Diverting the upstream water source to make cotton fields, rice paddies and hydroelectric power downstream in what was before a barren desert, to now “desertify” what was before a thriving ecosystem of one of Gaia’s largest inland freshwater lakes – essentially “robbing Peter to pay Paul”. Transferring fertility and abundance from north to south. Eradicating Gaia’s abundance and diversity in the process because business and corporate interests are about controlling resources, not about supporting life. Agribusiness is not about to give up its cheap Asian cotton and rice to restore nature and the tribal peoples dependent on it. China maintains an iron grip on the Tibetan plateau primarily because it is the source of 90% of Asia’s great river systems. It is all about controlling resources.
Among the recommended directions this meditation / prayer time for the Aral Sea was to use Ho’oponopono. Which is a great mind set for healing.
This is a Hawaiian Prayer that has been made known by Ihaleakala Hew Len. The story behind it’s power is documented in the book ZERO LIMITS by Joe Vitale. It boils down to “ I AM SORRY FOR WHAT I, MY FAMILY, RELATIVES, ANCESTORS HAVE DONE IN THOUGHT WORD OR DEED to _________________________ THAT HAS CAUSED _____________. I LOVE YOU, I AM SORRY, PLEASE FORGIVE ME, THANK YOU, SO IT IS.
In my meditation for the Aral Sea; after connecting in my personal manner to source: I think/word the following:
“I stand with my brothers and sisters at the Aral Sea, which is a demonstration of the devastation humanity has inflicted upon you, Mother Earth. I love you, I am sorry for what I, my family, relatives, ancestors have inflicted upon you, Mother Earth, in thoughts, words, and deeds; in the present, past, future, across all time lines; that has caused disharmony to You, and all the life forms you support. I love you, I am sorry, please forgive me, thank you. So it is.”