It is with the greatest pleasure as a Council member of LovingWaters that I introduce you all to Loving Waters.Life which has just gone live today on 12.12.16 as a website.
This has been a journey of Love and Passion for the Water which began in the hearts of true Water Faithful Mothers. It has been a journey filled with laughter and joy, heartbreak and anger and every emotion that is humanly recognizable. As well as a few, that perhaps are not yet understood on a third dimensional level.
I invite each of you to come and join us from all over the world as we gather and share in Water Blessings and Ceremonies, learning and teaching what Water brings forth to each of us through our passion and commitment.
From the Front Page of the Website…
Together we connect what has long been separated
and celebrate what is most sacred ~ the Source of Life ~
Our Mother Earth and her Water
~ Elizabeth Herald ~
We’re a growing community of Water lovers, advocates and guardians uniting together in remembrance of our primary sacred relationship ~ Life as Water.
Our intention is to celebrate our One Water as the Source of All Life upon our beloved Mother Earth, and to globally encourage the simple act of giving gratitude to our Water, through various ceremonies and blessings, as a significant pathway to healing and reconciliation for the planet.
Each month on the full moon, we gather together virtually and locally in our own watershed, to connect in gratitude as individuals, family, friends and community receiving and giving of the blessings of the Water. In doing so, we deepen our love and honor for Water as Source. Any traditions of Water blessings which resonate with you are welcomed and honored.
Monthly, on the new moon, Loving Waters also provides connection, support, focus and inspiration for these ‘Water Guardians’ on a monthly conference call. As well as encouraging each of our broader actions on this website and by hosting a lively social networking presence.
There is much Water Wisdom here, arising from our collective heart, so explore around. If you appreciate what you discover, then please consider joining us as a fellow Water Guardian.