Friday, June 04, 2010


All of us have been effected by the oil spill in the Gulf Coast. People are sad and people are angry. There's a lot of conversation going on with a lot of emotion.

As a global New Thought community, we have to feel our feelings and then get to work. We know that changing our consciousness can change absolutely anything!

There have been so many wonderful meditations, prayers and processes posted on the internet. I put some together to work with and I invite you to join me or create your own and use it this every day this week:

1. Find some ocean water if possible, and if not, use a bowl of water as a surrogate, and declare your intention:

'My intention is for the Deepwater Horizon's oil leak to be immediately and successfully contained, and full eco-balance restored to the surrounding sea and marine life.' 

2. Do a little ho'oponopono:

To whales, dolphins, manatees, pelicans, seagulls and all aquatic bird species, fishes, shellfish, planktons, corals, algae and all ion creatures in the Gulf of Mexico,
I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I love you.

3. Visualize the waters clean, and clear, and the plant and animal life healthy.

4. Say a prayer of gratitude for being able to do this work.

(1. Lynne McTaggart, author of The Intention Experiment, 2. Dr. Masaru Emoto)


We live in an Infinite Field of Creative Potential. This Field is acted upon by our thoughts and feelings and sets the Law of Attraction in action. I let myself embody this sacred Truth as I move into the center of my being, centering myself in peace, ready to make my declarations into the Law.

I am one with the ocean, the sea life and the oil. I choose to take my energy off the challenges. I step forward as One who will make a difference by knowing a greater Truth. I see the oceans healthy and clear. I see the sealife healthy and growing well. I see everything back to its natural patterns.

Gratefully I release all attachments to the how. I know the Law works. The Truth is revealed as easy and effortless solutions. I keep my mind and heart on the end results. I celebrate God's Life in all that there is. And so it is.