When a storm is named, it begins to affect the psyche of all who hear of it – those who are likely to be affected, and even those who are not.
When a storm hits, and after it passes, its effects continue.
Read these two blogs about the special type of storm that is called a typhoon, cyclone or hurricane.
HURRICANE OF EMOTIONS: Seven Steps to Sensing a Storm which focuses on the emotions as related to our seven major chakras
The Powerful Storm – Sync don’t Sink which focuses on the global oneness that can come about in response to a storm.
The most powerful storm in recorded human history made landfall in The Philippines just a few days ago. Thousands are known to have lost their lives. The storm is now moving towards Vietnam and Southern China.
Its name is Haiyan.
When faced with a storm, the living can take one of two actions:
Those of us who are far away, on hearing this news can join one of two powerful waves going out into the world.
Ultimately, whatever each of us does or feels, we are in sync with one another. This is where our choice comes in. Do we enhance the love or the fear? Which of these actions do we support: sinking or swimming?
Today there are many calls for relief, donation, help, meditation, prayer for those who have been affected directly by the storm. What are they asking for? What will help them…
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