Radical Cleaning – change the world

I love you, I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you.

Ho’oponopono – a dedication to radical cleaning. What does that mean? What can it do for me?

A spiritual practice of remembering the real you created perfect and “blank” – no baggage, no memories, no crap carried over – just a blank slate.

We apologize to the DIVINE, the Holy, the Sacred in ourselves for not remembering that.

We apologize for being angry, hurt, sick, afraid confused and we reset ourselves, we clean and erase what is in our subconscious of all the old bad data that has built up and we remember we were created, pure, clean and blank.

You clean in advance of going somewhere, meeting your boss, meeting a friend your at odds with, a family gathering. You place the situation out there and start the mantra. It works, it really does.

But you need to try it for yourself and see the miracle that it is. Clean our political climate, the environment, displaced indigenous peoples removed centuries ago – all the memories of those actions are still there. Apologize to the DIVINE IN YOU for not seeing the world as complete and perfect, it is if you see it that way and it will improve.

A tribe of “Cleaners” can change the world.

I love you, I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you.

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8/8 The Lion’s Gate and Unee as Mother Bear

8/8 is said to be the Lion’s Gate – halfway through Leo when the energy of the Lion is at it’s peak. Unee, the Spirit of the Mother, has embodied the Mother Bear and has come out of her cave to take on  the Lion.

Unee says:

I forgive humans for polluting my sister, Mother Earth, but it is time for change

I forgive humans for hurting each other and not seeing others as themselves, but it is time for change

We must collectively tap into the energy of Unee, of the Mother Bear, and change the world we live in. Unee is here sending us energy, giving us courage to act in small ways and bold ways to make change happen.

Love, care and compassion must take charge and lead the way.

May love prevail.

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Sitting on the Shore

Sitting on the shore watching life events pass by, sometimes we see garbage floating in the water, sometimes we see beautiful flowers, sometimes just the water. This is how Unee tells us to approach our life’s challenges, don’t wade in the water when things are difficult! You could be hit with garbage and debris flowing downstream, stay on the shore and watch it float by. Don’t be tempted to jump in with the flowers either, just watch them, take in their beauty, don’t try to hold on to them. If the water is calm, just watch it still, sometimes there are alligators under the water, better just to be an observer!

Flow with Unee, sit with her on the shore.

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The Magic(k) of the White Herons

Why are the White Herons magical? Or are  they? Unee tells us there is magick and miracles around us all the time. As we have grown more technologically advanced, we have lost our connection to the spiritual. Our ancestors including Shamans,  witches (who were often simply maligned herbologists and spiritually connected individuals) and conventional religious, were more in contact or connected to the divine merely because they acknowledged the spiritual realm and established a connection.

These white herons are magickal because they have not been seen here before. We acknowledge that has have been sent and do have a message for us. Animals are often used as messengers especially when their appearance is out of the ordinary.

We see what we perceive and if you know what we are looking for we see the magickal and the divine.

May love always be.

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Nobility of Intent

What does Unee mean by “nobility of intent”?

On the path of love, if we are clear and transparent about our intentions and pass them through the filter of nobility and love we are thinking our best thoughts, acting with our truest actions and fully in alignment with the universe and Unee.

May love always be.

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Unee and the White Herons

Why did Unee chose the White Herons to make sacred and reinforce her message?

White Herons are a symbol of purity and grace. They are creatures that cooperate and  work with nature. Herons go with the flow of Mother Nature as Unee is delivering a message to us to collaborate with the flow of the universe. There is a natural flow to Mother Nature and to Universal Forces and we will find more ease if we don’t struggle against this flow.

White Herons have been sacred to many cultures for having a noble stature and grace. Unee is asking us to be noble in our purpose, to have dignity and to love.