I missed posting yesterday, which was Angel of Air day for me.
So, do we ever consider the implications of the changes we create in our environment? Dorothy MacLean was a co-founder of the conscious community in Findhorn, Scotland. She intuitively communicated with all kinds of nature spirits. From her book, To Honor the Earth, put together in 1991, see what she has to say, even from 27 years ago!
“We who control the storm spirits seem wild at the moment. The weather has indeed been influenced by humans. For example, you have desecrated the land by your mining operations and slag heaps, taking without giving. Likewise, you use the atmosphere around the Earth without proper consideration. Thus you upset the balance and clear a pathway for destructive winds.
The powers in our control are subject to natural laws. When humans interfere and break theses laws, there must be consequences. But perfected human thought can perform miracles, and we would wish for that."
Communication between Dorothy Maclean and The Angel of Air, page 96.
Is it possible that the huge swaths of trees being cleared in the Amazon could contribute toward creating a pathway for winds to intensify up the coastlines of the U.S.? We are so horrified by the natural "disasters" that take place -- yet could it be that we unintentionally put the wheels in motion for them? I don't mean to say that challenging weather would not happen if we left everything in status quo, but I can't help but wonder how things might be different if we considered that "every action results in another action of equal force" applied to more than physics. That said, isn't nature theoretical physics on a larger scale?
Wishing you a day in which you take in the environment around you and appreciate it.
Susan C. Moyer, MSW
Is a sound healer and transformational coach. She has 25+ years experience in using alternate states of consciousness to access deeper healing on all levels: physical, psychological, mental and spiritual.