Share Your Peace With Our Earth

Share Your Peace With Our Earth, Honorable Shamans and Fellow Pagans.  I’ve been concluding just about all my posts with this phrase, or, “Share Peace With Our Earth”, since about June, but what does it mean?

Here’s what I mean.

Just before we conclude a meditation, or a ritual or ceremony, in our practices we send back accumulated energy to Mother Earth, for Healing.  My hope is that you will take that moment to think about the social and environmental concerns facing you and your neighbors, and focus your intent on that local concern.    In the Earthways Shamanic Path, we encourage you to  explore the magic of your land.  What is it saying to you?  Think and pray  about local issues.

Here in Southwest Florida we have over 1.5 million people in a six county area.  We are surrounded by water.  Some of us are very concerned about our water quality.  Our aquifers supply fresh drinking water to many people.  As more and more people mover here and put a well on their property, or put another golf course up and irrigate the greens and fairways with water from the aquifer, we run the risk of wells going dry.  People pollute the aquifers, too.  People also pollute our Rivers.   So, when I have  accumulated energy, I use it to pray for the Water itself, that it will be protected from harm.  In that way, I am sharing peace with my part of the Earth, Our Earth.

a local waterway
a local waterway

What are some local environmental or social justice concerns in your community?

“Share Your Peace With Our Earth.”

~Whale Maiden~

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Although the Earthways Shamanic Path is based in Florida, it can be celebrated anywhere.  You just need to explore the magic of your land.  What is it saying to you?   What are the seasons, where you live?  What do they mean to you?  How are they celebrated? 

Join Whale Maiden in the discussion at the Earthways Shamanic Path – Facebook Group 

(c) 2015, Whale Maiden.  All Rights Reserved. 

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Author: Whale Maiden

I'm a Shaman living in suburban Southwest Florida. I study animals and the weather and reflect on the cycles of life.

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