Water

Einstein is quoted as saying you can live your life as if nothing is a miracle or that everything is a miracle.

I prefer the latter.

Water is Love in the Elemental Kingdoms.

The Earth is 70% Water. Our bodies are 70% Water. We are also Love. That in itself is a miracle.

One small miracle for me happened this week as I decided to write about water. I looked up Masaru Emoto’s book on Amazon, Love Thyself, to see if it was still available. As I found it, the top heading said, “Nina you purchased this book on March 21, 2019.” I laughed as I knew I would be writing about water today, March 21, 2023.

Masaru Emoto has felt he discovered the water crystals, and that water has memory, by being guided by the spirit, or Hado, of water. I feel that I was guided by that same spirit to write again about the miracle of water. If you search for Water with the tool above, you will find 17 other articles about the miracles, Magic and mysteries of water.

Are your emotions solid and frozen? Love and forgiveness may help you. Are you steaming mad? Maybe taking a few breaths in the Now will bring you back to peace. Are you a stagnant pond? Movement in Nature can clear your inertia and bring clarity to you. Are you weeping and sad? Let go. All things are becoming new.

“To love yourself is to love and thank all of existence” -Masaru Emoto

Water corresponds to our emotions. We can be a raging river or a peaceful lake, a stream or fog. A 50-foot wave or humidity on a hot day. Rain, snow, sleet and mists are part of our holographic makeup. Tuning in to our own waters will give us insights to our own healing and how to heal our Oceans, rivers and streams.

We can heal the waters of the Earth and heal our bodies at the same time when we understand the rice experiment. (Top video.) Our consciousness is raised when we understand the power of our thoughts, words, emotions, feelings and actions.

Both of the videos today go far to enhance our understanding of the Miracle of water.

The photographs  of the crystals are from Water Crystal Oracle by Masaru Emoto, from The Hidden Messages in Water.

To make a  simple tonic for yourself, hold your glass of water and feel Gratitude and Appreciation. 

These frequencies are the same as Love, the most powerful force in the universe, and will bring that message to your water. Drink and enjoy.

Thank you.

Mother Nature

Women’s History Month, March 1 – 31, 2023

Today I’m grateful for Grandmother Earth and to Mother Nature.

I’m grateful for my great grandmother, my grandmother, my mom, my sister and my daughters, all who have made and are making a beautiful history and herstory.

I’m grateful for my soul sisters and all the beautiful and courageous soul sisters who have gone before us.

Martha Graham is one of those impactful beautiful women I’m grateful to. I have read the quote below many times to inspire me to keep going in my work. 

“There is a vitality, a life-force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action. And because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique.

And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and be lost.

It is not your business to determine how good it is nor how valuable nor how it compares with other expressions.

It is your business to keep it yours clearly and directly, to keep the channel open…whether you choose to take an art class, keep a journal, record your dreams, dance your story, or live each day from your own creative source, above all else, keep the channel open!”

My good friend, Maxine Musgrave, looked a lot like Martha Graham. She was my Spiritual teacher and we had many years of fruitful discussions on how we could Love more. She always said right before we hung up or said goodbye: “Ok Honey. We will keep going!”

Transformation 

We are all transforming hour by hour into our Highest  Self.

Life on Grandmother Earth, Gaia, Patchamama at this time is an amazing adventure that is not for the faint of heart when experienced in its fullness.

Grandmother Earth, Mother Nature, has everything we need for a healthy, happy and abundant Life.

Eckhart Tolle’s book Stillness Speaks has one of my favorite phrases, “Mother Nature, as it were, has been waiting for us for millions of years.” Now is our time. We can listen to Nature and be amazed, delighted, healed, inspired and Happy.

I chose the top video today from John Denver, because I have had similar experiences, like the one he sings about, driving down the California coast in Big Sur. I love his phrase that he caught this song, “Perhaps Love,” as it flew by him. That he had to catch it.

Our own creativity in song writing, baking, problem solving or Art can be like that. We have to catch it, because it is in our higher, illogical and/or Spiritual parts of ourselves.

The middle video demonstrates how John deeply and reverently loved Nature. Part of why he loves Mother Nature so much is it listens to him.

I have experienced  that truth  for myself. I will be walking and asking for the assurance that I’m on my right Spiritual path, and I will receive any number of signs that are meaningful to me. One of my totems is the mourning Dove. Often, right after I ask, one will fly right in front of me. Others are angel forms in the clouds, or the sun breaking through the clouds or a baby Moose appearing across the street. (Photo below.)

Mother Nature speaks and listens to us and Gives us abundance, peace and Life. Now is our turn to give back in ways that are meaningful and joyful for our own unique Beingness.

Wishing you wonderful nature walks, happy gardening and co-creating the life you love with your own High Self, friends, family and Mother Nature.

Baby Moose. Photo by Hana Cynkar.

Co-creation

We are in a highly creative time, NOW.

You can give yourself a highly effective home study course by using the principles in these books.

Creating Money, by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer

Money and the Law of Attraction, by Esther and Jerry Hicks

Ask and It is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks

And, 

The Tao of Allowing, by G.P. Walsh

Many years ago I taught a year-long course for 16 participants. I titled it Spiritual Prosperity. We met twice a month in my home and used the top three books among several others as our texts. The Tao of Allowing is a most important current addition. We must know we are allowed to allow and receive our good.

We were all Channels and Healers and accustomed to working with the Divine in meditation, prayer, and using our intuition. This Course was about creating miracles in our lives and bringing to fruition our purposes and desires. 

We gave each other support and reported our personal miracles to each other, sometimes daily.

It was a joyful, fun, and rewarding class for me to give– to hear the participants’ stories of receiving the fruition of long held desires that they thought were impossible to accomplish.

I’m sharing these ideas today so you can utilize these thoughts and feelings to co-create and manifest your own desires.

Determine your current, heart felt soul desires first. Ask the Universe of good, your Source, the Divine as clearly as you can, your wishes. Then  Allow it so you can receive it.

Your feelings are your guide.

There really is only one important question for you to ask: ‘How can I bring myself into vibrational alignment with the desires that my experience has produced?

And the answer is simple:  “Pay attention to the way you feel and deliberately choose thoughts —about everything—that feel good to you when you think them.”- Esther and Jerry Hicks

Happy creating,
Nina

Joy

Last year my personal theme for 2022 was happiness.  

Happiness springs from our core of Divine Love. Keeping my focus and attention on happiness gave me renewed ways of being happy.

For 2023 my theme is JOY.

Our essential nature is joy, though it can be covered over by forms of anxiety and fear.

I’ve learned that breathing in the moment and moving toward what I know of joy, now, can put me back to this natural state. 

When I’m joyful I feel myself, and I also feel well-being and peace.

What we focus on expands. Below is a list of quotes from a book, Joy, that was given to me by my daughter.

These are the days of miracle and wonder…”— Paul Simon 

“Remember the feeling as a child When you woke up and morning smiled? It’s time its time its time you felt like that again.”—Taj Mahal

Some people are so much sunshine to the square inch.”—Walt Whitman 

“let joy be unconfined”—Lord Byron

Those who wish to sing always find a song.—Swedish Proverb

“Let a joy keep you. Reach out your hands and take it when it runs by.”—Carl Sandburg

“There is no way to happiness, happiness is the way.”—Buddha 

When we turn our attention to joy we see how much joy and happiness we already have, and it expands.

The Universe we live in is expanding, and we have the creative ability to expand our choices– for Love, Giving, moving toward our good and joy.

Plant Powered

In all things of Nature there is something of the marvelous. —Aristotle

I woke up this morning thinking about my sixth grade friend Latitsia. She was very exotic in my mind: she was a vegetarian. (At the time that was rare and unusual.) That was 1959. She was very beautiful and took ballet. Also unusual, as I think she had to go to a neighboring town to find a dance studio. 

We were talking one day, and she said she and her mom and aunt were going to drive across the desert. “Wow,” I thought. That was not easy in those days, with practically no roadside restaurants– especially for vegetarians. I asked her what they would eat, and she said they took cans of frozen orange juice to sip, and they would eat avocados. That seemed very amazing to me.

Another thing that changed that year for me, in addition to having a vegetarian friend, was tea. My mom had always given me Lipton Orange Pekoe tea when I wasn’t feeling well, and to me that was Tea. That all changed when some new friends of my mom’s—out of towners—served us a very new and unusual tea that I loved, Constant Comment. It was an orange and clove flavored  black tea. That was the day that began my tea and herb hobby.

I love tea and herbs. 

I have many favorite brands, Yogi, Celestial Seasonings, Numi, to name a few. My top best pick is Traditional Medicinals.

I have highlighted them today in the chart above and in the photos below. I have used them and followed their growth and improvement over the last 25 years. Wonderful.

To my delight they have a new line of black teas. My favorite: an Assam Chai. 

So good. Organic Assam teas are often difficult to find; my Christmas Present to myself.

With each tea bag you receive carefully selected tea and a quote for the day on the attached paper. The company is B certified, and all of the ingredients are organic.

I love learning about the herbs, spices, and tea combinations. I find they are some of the easiest, most soothing, and comforting ways to enhance my well-being.

Bridges of love light.

Becorns

“Becorns” are named after Acorns because they are second.

I love the creator David M. Bird. He is so creative and fun.

Our Nova Earth, which is here now, is filled with Creativity. The energy of creativity always makes me feel joyful when I tune into it.

I discovered “Becorns” a few months ago and they made me smile and laugh.

In the video above David shows us the process of his art and creations. He has a delightful and whimsical way of expression.

I thank Sunday Morning for sharing his story in the video below- an indication for me that we are in the dawning of the Age of Aquarius where our hearts are leading our minds; where we cherish Mother Nature and all of her gifts.

One of my own favorite creative projects is creating tiny homes for fairies and gnomes. The more we believe in these elementals, the more they can help us be good stewards of our Earth Home.

Thank you David, for sharing your gifts of beauty, fun, creativity, joy and a tender love of Nature.

Sounds in Mother Nature, Songs, and Music

Sounds in Mother Nature, Songs, and Music are some of my favorite bridges of love light. We can be instantly uplifted by our favorite Music and Lyrics.

The video today contains one of my favorite songs and favorite artists, Matteo Bocelli.

Disney’s The Lion King movie came out in 1994. 

It has special meaning for me as my daughter, Hana, was four years old, and my daughter, Roeya, gave her a Simba Halloween costume that was cherished and worn for fun until it was very outgrown. We all loved the movie, music and its theme of love and care for Nature and Family.

The Lion King went to Broadway in 1997 and has continued there for 21+ years with several wins for Best Musical, global productions and it has been seen by 100 million people.

I have included the lyrics to the song in the video here:

There’s a calm surrender
To the rush of day
When the heat of a rolling wind
Can be turned away
An enchanted moment
And it sees me through
It’s enough for this restless warrior
Just to be with you

And can you feel the love tonight?
It is where we are
It’s enough for this wide-eyed wanderer
That we got this far
And can you feel the love tonight
How it’s laid to rest?
It’s enough to make kings and vagabonds

Believe the very best

There’s a time for everyone
If they only learn
That the twisting kaleidoscope
Moves us all in turn
There’s a rhyme and reason

To the wild outdoors
When the heart of this star-crossed voyager

Beats in time with yours
And can you feel the love tonight?
It is where we are
It’s enough for this wide-eyed wanderer
That we got this far
And can you feel the love tonight
How it’s laid to rest?
It’s enough to make kings and vagabonds
Believe the very best
It’s enough to make kings and vagabonds
Believe the very best

I feel the lyrics are foreshadowing our coming heaven on Grandmother Earth.

Enjoy!

Water, Nepo, Eau, Acqua, Agua, Wasser

Water Crystal Oracle by Masaru Emoto “Love for Humanity”

I have always loved all of the elements and elementals. I have studied a few cultures and their  ways of working with the elements. Each has helped me understand their importance for our joy, health and Spiritual Growth.

I love my Irish heritage and have learned from one Celtic tradition that there are three elements: the Sky above, the Earth below our feet and the Oceans.

Another is our Western traditions of Earth, Air, Fire and Water, with each having elementals and Devas as part of their Beingness.

Traditional Chinese  Medicine teaches us of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water, each having a season and purpose for our health.

All include Water.

I love Water’s healing and mystical qualities.

Masaru Emoto’s work demonstrates the magical and healing powers of Water in his many books and photographs. The photos of the Water Crystals, here, are from his Oracle Cards.

Water Crystal Oracle by Masaru Emoto ”Love and Thanks”

Also, his book The Healing Power of Water is an Anthology, and contains many authors in three parts: the Scientific Perspectives, Health and Healing Perspectives, and Spiritual and Mythological Perspectives. I have highlighted the article by Starhawk below.

“Waters of the World” by Starhawk:

One morning I was meditating beside a beautiful lake in Vermont, listening for whatever messages the water might have for me. ‘All water is connected,’ the lake said. ‘All water is in constant communication with all other water. The waters of the world are one—one consciousness, holding the world in liquid embrace. What you do to any part of the waters affects them all.

I hold my glass of water in gratitude and drink it. I know I have made a healing tonic.

Another simple practice I do, and receive an instant uplift from, is blessing a glass of water and pouring it in a river, creek, pond or in my bath water. I visualize it going around the world with its message of love. 

Water is LOVE, in the elemental kingdoms and here in our everyday reality.

Water enlivens and heals. It rejuvenates and gives us energy. It quenches our thirst and Loves our body. It refreshes and resets us.

To learn more, Masaru Emoto’s, The Healing Power of Water, with perspectives from 21 authors from several disciplines, will inspire you to treat this beautiful element with respect, love and care. It is still available from Amazon.com.

The Ondines from the deep ocean, the sprites of the ocean shoreline and the Ocean itself, may give you messages. Your own mystical and intuitive abilities will be enhanced by listening to Water.

Don’t you always get your best ideas in the shower?

Grandmother Earth

Recently I was looking for an item on YouTube and Pando showed up in a video on the 10 most beautiful places in Nature. It held the spot of number “One.” I was delighted to know that it is close to us, in Utah, and that we have a mini-Pando right in our backyard.

When we first moved to Idaho, I was awakened by a sound I wasn’t familiar with. I looked out my window, and it was the “quaking aspens.” Their leaves catch the wind and create a very lovely “whooshing” sound.

The photos I took last week are of our neighborhood Aspens. The bright yellow leaves are short-lived, as just last night our first snow came, and now they are mostly on the ground.

Our neighborhood aspens, by Nina Wilkins

My friend told me, before I saw the Pando video, that aspens grow in groups and are connected underground by their roots.

“If you plant them in your yard you need two or three and to be aware they will send out underground sprouts to create more,” he said.

I love seeing our resident moose-infant sitting under ours as they love to eat the bark.

Aspens are a wonderful metaphor for awakening Earthlings, People—Humanity.

They thrive on water and hold water– Love– for each other. They are all connected, though each tree is unique.

WE ARE LIKE THAT.

Two of the qualities of the Aquarian Age, which we have entered, are Teamwork and Cooperation. Aspens use those qualities to grow and thrive. A landscaper for a home near us only planted one Aspen tree, and it looks forlorn and struggling. It definitely needs a friend.

Grandmother Earth loves us.

Mother Nature is teaching us all of the time through her Flora, Fauna and the Elemental kingdoms how to thrive and be prosperous without doing harm to the Earth or Each Other.

Many of us are hearing and Learning what she has to teach, and that number is growing exponentially daily. Thank you All.

I love this quote from the Persian poet, Hafiz, “You have all of the ingredients for a wonderful life, mix them, mix them.”

Our neighborhood aspens, by Nina Wilkins