From a water spirit

From a water spirit

PRAYER REQUEST FROM THE WATER OF THE WORLD
by David SpanglerI’m posting the following story at the request of a water spirit I encountered four or five days ago. I haven’t had an experience quite like this one before. I had just filled a glass with water from the tap, and as I was lifting it up to drink, there suddenly appeared in the water in the glass a small being that identified itself as a water spirit. It spoke with great urgency and passion and said, in effect, “When you use water, please send loving, healing, and uplifting energy (Light) to the kingdom of the water spirits for many of our kind are suffering and are under siege from the continuing and increasing pollution of water by humanity. We need your support and blessing from which we can draw strength.”

This was a heartfelt appeal, and I had an image of water spirits in rivers and in the ocean trying to cope with the disruption of their environment by all the ways we are polluting the water. I felt a concern on the part of this little being that there could come a time when pure or drinkable water would be a rarity, and all life would suffer. The sense I had was that many water spirits were weakening under the onslaught of the toxicity that human beings dump into their realm–not that they are poisoned themselves but that their contact with the water is weakened and they are driven back, so to speak, unable to make full connection with the water they serve….it’s hard for me to explain.

But the request seemed to suggest that if we sent love and Light and gratitude and good subtle energies to the spirits of water, that they could draw on that to renew their strength and energy in trying to keep the etheric and energetic qualities of water clean and strong. As I said, I’ve never had an experience quite like this. I’m not an alarmist, but the appeal of this being was so heartfelt that now whenever I pour myself a glass of water or take a shower or bath, I tune in to the realm of water spirits and elementals and offer my Light and blessing and strength. I’m passing it on should you like to do the same.

*David Spangler of The Lorian Association is one of the original people at Findhord in Scotland.

Photo: PRAYER REQUEST FROM THE WATER OF THE WORLD<br />
by David Spangler</p>
<p>I'm posting the following story at the request of a water spirit I encountered four or five days ago. I haven't had an experience quite like this one before. I had just filled a glass with water from the tap, and as I was lifting it up to drink, there suddenly appeared in the water in the glass a small being that identified itself as a water spirit. It spoke with great urgency and passion and said, in effect, "When you use water, please send loving, healing, and uplifting energy (Light) to the kingdom of the water spirits for many of our kind are suffering and are under siege from the continuing and increasing pollution of water by humanity. We need your support and blessing from which we can draw strength."</p>
<p>This was a heartfelt appeal, and I had an image of water spirits in rivers and in the ocean trying to cope with the disruption of their environment by all the ways we are polluting the water. I felt a concern on the part of this little being that there could come a time when pure or drinkable water would be a rarity, and all life would suffer. The sense I had was that many water spirits were weakening under the onslaught of the toxicity that human beings dump into their realm--not that they are poisoned themselves but that their contact with the water is weakened and they are driven back, so to speak, unable to make full connection with the water they serve....it's hard for me to explain.</p>
<p>But the request seemed to suggest that if we sent love and Light and gratitude and good subtle energies to the spirits of water, that they could draw on that to renew their strength and energy in trying to keep the etheric and energetic qualities of water clean and strong. As I said, I've never had an experience quite like this. I'm not an alarmist, but the appeal of this being was so heartfelt that now whenever I pour myself a glass of water or take a shower or bath, I tune in to the realm of water spirits and elementals and offer my Light and blessing and strength. I'm passing it on should you like to do the same.</p>
<p>*David Spangler of The Lorian Association is one of the original people at Findhord in Scotland.

water events upcoming

Dear Water Friends,

Here are some upcoming events in Water World. It is raining while I type. Thanks for your prayers and blessings.

In that vein, I would like to draw your attention to an article I wrote in the latest issue of E.P.I.C Magazine, which just had it’s second Northern New Mexico issue out in Santa Fe/Alb./Taos area. It is called Dancing For Rain. (http://epicmag.org/pdfs/abq-march-april-2014/)

In it I mention Marshall “Golden Eagle” Jack, an Indigenous Elder who brought us the Medicine Water Wheel. He will be in New Mexico for a few days, firstly this coming Saturday (March 8th) at the Sacred land in Estancia NM where Grandmother Flordemayo, one of the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers, has a magnificent water wheel, other ceremonial sites and a Seed Library. Below is an invitation from Grandmother Flordemayo and The Path to spend a day with her and Marshall in drumming, ceremony and Circle. Contact us for carpooling, directions and details at healingthescars@gmail.com. Here is a link with directions: http://origin.library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1102567038497-198/Map+To+40+Acres.pdf

Information about Marshall and his work: www.waterwheelceremony.com

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                This coming Sunday, March 9th, Marshall will be in Santa Fe for one day only and you are invited to join us in a Water Blessing Ceremony at the Medicine Water Wheel in Frenchy’s Park (Agua Fria/Osage, Santa Fe) at 2PM. We will share a pot luck afterwards at the park and in the evening you are invited to an evening with Marshall.  If someone at the Commons or someone with an inviting home would like to host the evening, it would be most appreciated. If you would like to put up Marshall and his companion that Sunday night, that too would be most appreciated. If not, tentatively the evening event will be at J Lynch’s home at 7 PM

REMEMBER THAT THERE IS A CHANGE TO DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME SATURDAY NIGHT

Here is a description of the day’s offerings:
Marshall “GOLDEN EAGLE” Jack
Will be in Santa Fe Sunday March 9th
To share with us his journeys with the “Holy Ones”

Come and be present with One of Our Wisdom Keepers

WATER BLESSING CEREMONY
WORKING WITHIN THE PROPHECIES
HOPI MAYAN ETC.
Spiritual Updates
Star Clusters, Star Alignments Updates:
Mother Earth Movements
Plant Nation. Animal Nation, Water Nation, Climate Changes  Etc…

Talks of what to expect in the near future according to the indigenous

A Water Blessing At the Water Wheel in Santa Fe

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              March 22nd is World Water Day. We will be doing a special Ceremony at 12 Noon in conjunction and harmony with many other groups around the world, here in Santa Fe and in New Mexico. The 13 Grandmothers have put out a call to the Women to gather and will be doing a Women’s Water Ceremony at Montezuma’s Well In Arizona. Here is the link (http://inthenameofthemother.net/world-water-day-water-blessing-ceremony/) Our ceremony is in solidarity with the women and a global momentum and collaboration for the healing of the waters everywhere. I will send out a more detailed notice of the day’s events. There will be healings with individual healers at Edwin Lemus’s La Cocina de Balam, which will be fully operating again. In the evening from about 4 PM on there will be more activities and a ceremony.
If you are planning an event related to World Water Day, please let us know and we will include notice of it in our poster and networking.

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           On the weekend of April 4-6th, Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, NM is offering their second Water Symposium and as part of it the youth track will be building a Medicine Water Wheel. Grandmother Flordemayo will be leading a Dedication and Water Blessing at the Water Wheel and sharing an afternoon in lecture and conversation. More details on www.GhostRanch.org (877) 804 4678. We will be sending future updates with more details.
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO RECEIVE THESE WATER-RELATED NOTICES, PLEASE REPLY WITH “REMOVE” IN SUBJECT FIELDMany blessings,
Raphael Weisman.

Please use water wisely and with reverence.

www.RaphaelWeisman.Wordpress.com

Water ceremony at John Dunn Bridge, Arroyo Hondo NM

Water ceremony at John Dunn Bridge, Arroyo Hondo NM

SAM_0697 SAM_0698 SAM_0699 SAM_0700 SAM_0701 SAM_0702 SAM_0703 SAM_0704 SAM_0705 SAM_0706 SAM_0707 SAM_0708 SAM_0709 SAM_0710 SAM_0711 SAM_0712 SAM_0713 SAM_0714 SAM_0715 SAM_0716 SAM_0717 SAM_0718 SAM_0720 SAM_0722These photos are from a Water Ceremony held at the John Dunn Bridge in Arroyo Hondo, NM last Saturday the 13th July 2013

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When we began the ceremony, two golden Eagles or large Hawks appeared over the rim and a large yellow butterfly came by to say hello. then the tourists began to arrive!. We did a very lovely ceremony. 4 women and one man representative.ImagessImage

Dolphins save dog

ImageDolphins Help Save Dog from Drowning ~ On Marco Island, Florida a group of dolphins came to the aid of a lost Doberman that had fallen into a canal and couldn’t get out. The dolphins made so much noise, it attracted the attention of people living nearby, who then rescued the dog. The Doberman was believed to have spent 15 hours in the canal water before he was pulled out by fire personnel and reunited with his owner.
One of the people whose attention was captured by the noisy, demonstrative dolphins said, “They were really putting up a ruckus, almost beaching themselves on the sandbar over there. If it wasn’t for the dolphin, I would have never seen the dog.” (Source: ABC7news) He said also if the dolphins hadn’t persisted enough to get their attention, they dog would have died in the canal. The dog had fallen over the edge of a concrete wall down into the water far enough that it had no chance of getting back up by itself. The dog was exhausted from being in the cold water for hours, and most likely suffering from hypothermia.
Dolphins have been known to sometimes help stranded or injured people as well. In 2007, a pod of dolphins formed a ring around a surfer who was injured and bleeding after being bitten by a Great White shark. The surfer survived because they prevented further bites. No one knows exactly why dolphins have intervened in such emergency situations, and helped save the lives of other species. Suffice to say they are capable of empathy and heroic actions.

Best Tasting Water in NM?

Perhaps by the time of the Santa Fe Global Water Festival 2015, Santa Fe can become the National winner. We built a Water Wheel in Estancia this past year, interestingly enough! They were last year’s winner. Here’s to Water!

Thanks for the forward from Seth Rothman, Green Fire Times Editor:

For immediate release:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Contact:    Matthew Holmes

April 10, 2013                                                                                                                                                                  &nbs p;                                                                                                                                            505-280-3178

 

Communities Vie for the Best Tasting Drinking Water in New Mexico
       New Mexico Rural Water Association to select winner at 35th Annual Conference

 

ALBUQUERQUE, April 10, 2013 — The New Mexico Rural Water Association (NMRWA) helps water systems provide safe, clean drinking water to their customers.  Next week, water samples from all over the state will be judged at the NMRWA 35th Annual Conference at the Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town to see which is the best.  The winner will be chosen by a panel of judges including Graham Knowles, Bureau Chief of the New Mexico Environment Department Drinking Water Bureau; Chris Phillips, President of HydroPro Solutions, an organization focused on efficiency needs of water utilities; and Robert Johnson, CEO of the National Rural Water Association.

“Like fine wine, these water samples will be judged on taste, bouquet, and clarity,” explained NMRWA President David Kenneke.  “If you think your water is the best, bring it in and we will put it to the test.”  NMRWA is celebrating 35 years of service to New Mexico’s water and wastewater systems at the Annual Conference, April 15-17.  This training event offers 60 classroom sessions, 72 vendor booths, and brings together system board members, managers, operators, regulators, industry representatives, funding agency staff, lawmakers, and community leaders.

New Mexico’s Winner to Compete in National Competition in Washington, D.C.

The best tasting drinking water will represent all of New Mexico in a nationwide competition in Washington, DC at the annual National Rural Water Association (NRWA) Water Rally. The winning system will receive airfare and hotel accommodations to travel to the Nation’s Capitol, meet with New Mexico’s congressional delegation and enter their water in NRWA’s Great American Water Taste Test, courtesy of local engineering firm Bohannan Huston, Inc.  Last year’s winner was the Town of Estancia.

The Village of Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin won the golden medal award for best tasting water in the nation during the most recent Great American Water Taste Test.  Each state rural water association hosts a state-wide drinking water test and the winners are eligible for entry in the nation-wide test.  “New Mexico has been in the top five on two occasions, but we have never won the gold medal,” stated NMRWA Executive Direction Matthew Holmes.  “Many people think water tastes basically the same, but we have had one system win our state competition four different times.  Those are very long odds for  mere coincidence. ”

To learn more about the Annual Conference and the NMRWA, visit http://www.nmrwa.org.

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Thank you for your consideration of coverage – please contact me if I can provide any additional information.

Sincerely,

Matt

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Matthew Holmes

Executive Director

New Mexico Rural Water Association

1-800-819-9893

505-884-1031

www.nmrwa.org

Dr Emoto

120_Thank you — Best-selling Japanese author and peace advocate Dr. Masaru Emoto is well-known for his “Hidden Messages in Water.”
Using the medium of water, he suggests that our thoughts and emotions have great power.
He has given evidence that prayer, blessings and strong feelings physically change the crystalline structure of water molecules and that our thoughts and emotions have a direct effect on our overall health.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKo_7V_Uf2c  Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78YL-HdH_ag  Part 2

 

Next Meetings

Learn about:

Fracking

Fluoride

Drought

Water Wheel Ceremonies

Watershed Restoration

Waste Water Recycling

Water politics

Filtration

Monitoring

Algae

The next meeting of the Santa FeWater Awareness Group will be on Wednesday the 30th January at the La Farge Library meeting Room 1730 Llano Street, Santa Fe at 5:30PM

There will be a Santa Fe Global Water Festival planning  meeting on Wednesday the 6th February at the Natural Grocers Event room 3328 Cerrillos Road at 5:30 PM

Noon Water Tune-in

At our last meeting we decided it would be beneficial to take a few minutes each day at Noon to give a moment of gratitude for water and bless some before we drink it. Please join us wherever you are in a 5 minute meditation to hold the vision of a world of clean, healthy water for all. See the world’s water restored, and envisage the world as you would have it be for those few minutes. As we join together with more and more people, we will manifest that vision. Those at the meeting made the commitment to do so and to always bless water before we drink or use it.

As a reminder of our joint vision, here below is the vision for our group:

A world of clean, pure and healthy water available for all life systems to flourish. A world in which humans respect and steward the water resources of the planet and the life forms that inhabit and depend on these resources. Through our common agreement, commitment and action, humans restore the water systems to their pristine state through harmony with all the elements of Nature, wise management practices and education.