And in all my years of practicing the Hawaiian healing art of Ho’oponopono, I have never seen or heard of this incredible news.
As I walked up my street it began to lightly rain. I can still remember how soothing the water felt and the wonderful scent of the cool raindrops landing on the asphalt.
By the time I reached my driveway, I didn’t even want to go in the house, so I took a moment and stood in the rain.
I’d always loved playing guitar whenever it rained. Just the sound of a few drops and I would grab my guitar and run to the back porch to sit and accompany the rainfall.
But the inspiration didn’t stop there, I would also compose pieces to accompany a babbling brook, a waterfall and the ocean.
This water has a continuous cleansing cycle, evaporating into the atmosphere, forming clouds and then releasing rain.
The rain falls back to the earth… replenishing the land, the plants and giving nourishment to animals and human beings.
Some of this rain then travels through rivers and babbling brooks. From higher to lower points, the water crushes down with great pressure creating magnificent waterfalls.
Water, is a great necessity, without it nothing can live. Only earth and water can bring forth a living soul. Such is the greatness of water that spiritual regeneration cannot be done without it.
Gaius Plinius Seconds, better known as Pliny the Elder said “Water swallows up the earth, extinguishes the flame, ascends on high, and by stretching forth as clouds challenges the heavens for their own, and the same falling down, becomes the… Read more…