Mother Earth is calling for our assistance with prayers and ceremonies. As we heal ourselves we heal Mother Earth. She can feel everyone's heart beat. Mother Earth's frequency or rate of vibration use to be at 7.8 hertz but now it is at 11.2 hertz. This a true sign that she is reaching out to us more and more each day.
Ancient ceremonies have been practiced all around the world in every culture for purification and balance of body, mind, spirit and emotions. I have had the privilege of participating in many powerful ceremonies for over 25 years. It is a way of life for me. I love the essence of ceremony. My two favorite ceremonies is the women's sweat lodge and ocean ceremony. I hold these two close to my heart because they were introduced to me during a time in my life that was very challenging and they gave me a deep sense of calmness and clarity.
My very first women's sweat lodge and ocean ceremony was at the Eagle Wings of Enlightenment Center in Los Angeles, CA. Spear headed by Mataji for 30 years. Mataji opened her heart and shared many sacred teachings to all who were on the path of healing. She showed us the way of sacredness. I honor her for doing so.
Mataji has been my spiritual teacher for 22 years and I am eternally grateful for the wisdom she has shared with me throughout the years. Her teachings has helped me get through many challenges which I know for sure if Mataji hadn't shared those teachings with me I wouldn't have made it through those tough times.
For those of you who know me, know, that I love sharing wisdom and any good remedies that soothes the soul and heart. So I am so honored to share with all who would like the opportunity to sit at the feet my first spiritual teacher and experience some of the same teachings that helped me tremendously. I have invited Mataji to come to east coast to share with us a women's sweat and ocean ceremony in a sacred way.
Please take a few minutes and watch this inspiring video of one of he ocean ceremony with Mataji and a group of Goddesses as they take their offerings to feed the waters of Yemonja.