Saturday, November 30, 2013

Dec. 1st

Please continue with Fukushima for this Sunday Dec. 1st, till we get a new focus for the month of December. If you have any suggestions for future visioning focus topics, please put in comment section below. Thank You
Keep visioning,

Sunday, November 17, 2013

November 2013 Focus Topic

Our Focus topic for November 2013 is Fukushima. I don't want to tell you how to do this, because it is a very personal experience. But as long as we are all focusing our energy and intentions on a specific topic or place in the world, I believe we have great potential. Some have asked me for examples, so as to have more direction. For example, on the first visualization, I saw the glowing green fuel rods turn cold and black, and "freeze" into a glass-like substance. Then, I started imagining all the green glowing radioactive water sparkle and go out like sparks from a fire, neutralizing the radiation. This is just some long as you are holding a positive vision and not letting your vision get sucked into fear or suffering......remember we are creating the future. We will continue with Fukushima for the rest of the month, and then December will be a new topic. Please share and get as many people on board as possible. Thank You for taking action!

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Silent Vigil

Please join us for a silent vigil every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. PST to 9:15a.m. PST. This is something you do in your own home however you please. Focus your positive thoughts/prayers/love/and visualizations on the subject matter chosen. This month we are focusing on Fukushima for the 15 min co-creation. Please feel free to share this with your friends and familiy and have them join in! Post it to facebook and add to the circle. Please feel free to comment below and let me know if you are in.......and  join the following list to get updates on the next monthly focus. When we all focus on the same issue, our prayers are stronger and unified as one.
Thank for Co-Creating a positive future......
"Opening to the East" by Cindy Ruprecht