Healing Request: Oil Spills in Azov Sea, SanFran Bay USA, more

Posted on November 12, 2007. Filed under: Earth Healing, Healing Request, Reiki |

A container ship filled with oil hit the San Francisco Bay bridge spilled 58,000 gallons of oil.

In the Azov and Black Seas 5 ships have broken up and sank due to severe storms. 23 sailors are reported missing, 2 are known to have died, and some 560,000 gallons of oil have spilled into the sea of Azov. Environmentalists say this will devastate sea life in that area which is already terribly polluted “with radiation, heavy metals and petroleum” for at least a decade.

I have found the website Global Disaster Watch when searching for a news service or site that tracks natural disasters so that I may direct Reiki and prayer more specifically. I recomend it to anyone else who feels the call to bring healing and balance to everything possible. Global Disaster Watch most recent update reports torrential rains and flooding in THAILAND. There are droughts in much of the US and Greece and the Yellowstone, USA supervolcano’s caldera is rising faster than previously measured.

If you feel overwhelmed by all of these on top of the political horrors of the world do not try to send to specific problems at this time. Self-treat daily and send in general to everyone and every thing on this planet who wishes to receive. Send Reiki with the intention that it is like a wild flower waiting for anyone who passes by to stop and enjoy it’s scent. No one is forced one way or the other and free will is respected.

Diamond Heart

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