Feeling the pulse with Mother Earth
Article from 15 June 2016:
During my daily meditations, the first images i see often give me an idea of the general message of the meditation.
Today, the images i saw first were strong felines and a snake – I felt the spirits of power animals gathering. I felt the immenseness of the Natural world and its fantastic diversity. I saw Planet Earth and its Earth energies, and crystals – all pulsating, all vibrating. And I saw how so many people around the globe are getting into that same pulse – that same beat – as the natural world. Even if many are not consciously aware of this, it is still happening.
Just as plants in the sea move along with the motion of the waves, so do we move along with the pulses of Earth. As long as we are on this Planet we are part of the environment.
Eventhough we are consious beings on this Earth, we are still natural beings as well. We vibrate and pulsate at the cellular level, yes, even at the smallest subatomic level. We just don’t feel it with our five senses – at least not directly. To many, this means that this pulse, this vibration, is not ‘real’. To those of us, who are already open to our sensitivity, however, and who feel or even see energy fluctuations, the pulse and the vibration, is very real.
As so many more are getting in tune with the pulse of the natural world (knowingly or unknowingly), I saw in my meditation, how they are also awakening to an interest in inspiring and sharing with others. They want to give with the view to inspire.
When you realise that you as an individual are able to contribute to the betterment of all that is, you are motivated to share your (spiritual) gifts and talents.
When you understand that you are part of the whole and you can affect it, you can also choose to use that interconnectedness to create something positive.
When we create healthy environments, we are healthy.
When we love ourselves, we create loving environments.
When we create loving environments, we receive love from around us.
Everything influences something.
© Marianne Johansen of Mariannejohansen.com