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Ho'oponopono Mother Earth Day

Today the world celebrates ‘Mother Earth Day.’ 22 April every year, and this is the 47th.

In celebration of Mother Earth, we invite you to participate in the International Treaty to Protect and Restore Mother Earth. This is the first anniversary of the Treaty’s launch, last year on Earth Day from the United Nations in New York City, NY by Indigenous First Nation Elders and Grandmothers. It only take a few seconds, and could make the difference to all life on our beautiful water planet.

Mother Earth Day brings awareness to our connection in life, to one another and to nature. We thank all those who participated, all over the world in gathering together yesterday and today, in moments of prayer, meditation and silence. Also to the brave, courageous beings who gathered at rally's and actions on behalf of, and in support of our Mother Earth! To revisit the #LoveEarth broadcast, enjoy watching highlights! The science behind why meditation and prayer work, it's natures IQ, the 'Noosphere!'

Ho'oponopono was the Unify theme for Earth Day this year!

Ho'oponopono Prayer

I am sorry (humility) Please forgive me (surrender) Thank you (gratitude) I love you! (unconditional)

Ho’oponopono is translated from an ancestral Hawaiian chant. It is built on the principle that all that is in the outside world, in which we have a judgment, is held internally within, and can be cleared by 'feeling' compassion, using the 4 steps below, as love is for giving!

Have you heard of the Hawaiian therapist who cured an entire ward of criminally insane patients, without ever meeting any of them or spending a moment in the same room? It’s not a joke. The therapist was Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len. He reviewed each of the patients’ files, and then he healed them by healing that same aspect within.

You can join in this beautiful resonate field from wherever you live, for a moment of prayer, meditation and silence! Use Ho'oponopono anytime, we are all connected!

22 April every year marks the anniversary of Earth Day, and is also KIN Planetary Moon - Day 19. The Indigenous Peoples of the Earth know and respect the wisdom and power of the turtle. Within turtle’s shell is the knowledge of time and the wisdom of the thirteen moons. Turtle’s wisdom is the power of cosmic knowledge.

"Thirteen scales make up the back of turtle’s shell. It takes thirteen moons for Earth to go around the sun just once. Among the Indigenous Peoples of North America, Earth is known as Turtle Island. To remember that Earth is Turtle Island is to remember the way of the Earth guided by the cosmic power of thirteen moons.

"In the original time, turtle’s wisdom was known by every child of the Earth. Every child knew that thirteen moons is the path to walk. It is the path of life that needs no explaining.

"After the original time came the seeds and the planting. Then came the sword, and the forgetting. During the last four hundred years the Indigenous Peoples of the planet retreated deeper into the forest, the wilderness, the jungle. Wherever they went, they were followed by the machine and the twelve-month calendar of colonialism. Deprived of their own time, the Indigenous Peoples were forced into the false time of the machine."

May every one, every where, find peace in nature. May humanity find the goodness amongst neighbors. Together, may we take war from the world, and steward our precious Mother Earth in a way our children's children may be able to explore her rivers and lakes, in pure waters.

We continue to Unify Evolution, until Peace Prevails, upon Earth, for all!

Where there is peace, there is culture!

Where there is culture, there is peace!


Earth Day History:


KIN 13 Month Calender Info: Cultures of Peace

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