Saturday, June 26, 2010

Dr. Masura Emoto's prayer for the Gulf of Mexico

Dr. Masura Emoto is the scientist from Japan who has done all the research and publications about the characteristics of water. Among other things, his research revealed that water physically responds to emotions.
Many people have the predominantly angry emotion when we consider what is happening in the Gulf. And while justified in that emotion, we may be of greater assistance to our planet and its life forms if we sincerely, powerfully and humbly pray the prayer that Dr. Emoto, himself, has proposed.
I am passing this request to people I believe may be willing to participate in this prayer, to set an intention of love and healing that is so large, so overwhelming that we can perform a miracle in the Gulf of Mexico.
We are not powerless.
We are powerful.
Our united energy, Speaking this prayer daily...multiple times daily...can literally shift the balance of destruction that is happening. We don't know how...we just have to recognize that the power of love is greater than any other power active in the Universe today.

(The prayer)

“I send the energy of love and gratitude to the waters
and all living creatures in the Gulf of Mexico and its surroundings.
To the whales, dolphins, pelicans, fish, shellfish, plankton, corals, algae...humankind...
to ALL living creatures...
I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I Love You.”

Please join me in often repeating this Healing Prayer by Dr. Emoto. Feel free to send it around the planet. Let's take charge...and do our own cleanup!

Thank you and
Blessed Wishes!!!

Melanie Harrawood-Messmer

Friday, June 25, 2010

Craft: Fire Starters

This was given to me at a Girl Scout meeting I thought I would share this to all of you.

Decorative Firestarters 

Cupcake tin
Cupcake cups -DO NOT use the foil type
Wax, recycle old candles!
Pine cones
Wick - any size
Scent - Opt.
The usual candle making equipment

Step 1
Sort through your scrap box and collect wax in the desired color. 

Place in melting pot and heat until melted.

Step 2
Place paper cupcake cups into the cupcake pan.

Step 3
Let wax cool to 140 degrees F. Pour to within 3/8 inch of the top.

Step 4
Lay a piece of wick through each cup. Allow to cool.

Step 5
Once the wax is firm to the touch, gently press a pine cone into each cup.

Step 6
Top off each cup with hot wax to bond the pine cone in place.

Step 7
Trim the wicks to about 1/2 inch long.