Rising In Gratitude… during this Full Moon
Rising In Gratitude… during this Full Moon
EMBRACING OUR LIQUIDITY – Charlie Riverman Bergeron
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7 Days Of Rest 2020 … Day 6 – Envision
Learning the Wisdom of Life Enriching Diversity
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It is an invitation to access and embrace how Our Liquid Self is always our most natural guide as WE Envision Our Future
And… What does this have to do with Diversity?
Ability to change forms and abilities in all circumstances it encounters.
Somehow we are loved so deeply
that even the natural world around us
reaches out to stop us in our daily routine
“You can’t miss this!” it calls to our heart,
“This is just for you to stop and be a part of,
as a witness of how we embrace each other.”
The gentle mist providing a blanket for the pond
connecting the trees of both shorelines
and gathering all in gentleness and unity
The distant shore line of evergreens
the barren deciduous trees close at hand
and the quiet pond water between them
We now add our breath to this moment
feeling the moisture rise from within us
exhaling to disappear so gently into it all
Charlie Riverman Bergeron 4.11.19
You may have noticed that I have been posting Water Poems and Pictures and there is a very interesting reason.
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Droplets on Green Leaves
So many tiny glass-like beads
gathered along each outstretched leaf
reminding us of our precious connection
to all the waters of the world in which we live
Each one is but a delicate natural mirror-ball
in which we find ourselves waiting patiently
to be shaken loose from our attachments
and separated state of beingness
We water droplets yearn to be shaken,
to be cast off from our perches, to reach the earth
where we can be absorbed by Mother Earth
and fulfill our roles as a source of precious hydration
Our natural loving expression of wetness
in this arid world of voided presence
cries out to all living beings
to come and quench their thirst.
Charlie Riverman Bergeron 4.10.19
Daily Water Reflection
In the stillness of the morning
with the waters not yet stirred
the sun slowly moves across its surface
Rising and lengthening in a purposeful pattern
This daily ritual seeks not an audience
yet it allows all those who pass by
a moment of sacred contemplation
Silently reconnecting their heart to its source
A trail of Light that beckons them all
into breathing more slowly and quietly
so as not to disturb an ancient remembering
Now deeply felt and acknowledged as unification
This daily ritual of sweet remembrance
stays within our bodies radiating Unity
as we turn away and begin our daily routines
Our busy-ness of collective separation
Forgetting except in brief moments of fond recall
our fragile longing to return to the water’s edge
where our illusions disappear in the shining reflections
Charlie Riverman Bergeron 4.10.19
Today I want you to Celebrate Water.
Because we are Water
Water and Light
When we think about today being world water day
we have to think about how each and every one of us rely on water to live in these physical bodies.
It isn’t so much the water outside of us that is most important it’s the water within us that we are.
Around the World we are all more consciously aware now of how Water has become both scarce and polluted so that humans and all life in those areas are suffering and dying.
I want to talk more about how We can deepen our conscious relationship with it.
Because what’s more important is how it serves us in being the highest self we can be.
WAITAHA Water Prayer
Let my spirit, my deep mind travel
to the spaces in between the water patterns
Let my heartbeat echo the tinkle and bell sounds
of the water deep inside of my body
Let me hear the memories of the Gods and Goddesses
Let me hear the memories of the Angels, and Ancestors
Let me send my voice into every atom of water that is in me,
Water that is in front of me, behind me, around me, above me
Let all the forms of water hear my resonance in this time and forever carry my blessings and wishes
to the highest mountains, to the Heavens
Then let all the living and the dying creatures and humans
hear the sounds of the joy of creation resonating
in every sentient form in this universe and others
to be the sound that sings forever and eternal
in the mind song of Creation
Traditionally the Waitaha Nation are a Matriarchal people who followed the philosophies of Peace known as Rongomaraeroa, the entity of Peace. Incidentally there have been no weapons of war found in the oldest archeological sites in our land of Aotearoa, New Zealand.
The Waitaha are some of our Ancestors which dwelled in South Island of New Zealand over 2000 years ago before Maori settlement and some were “known as the Starwalkers”
The Waitaha People
Which brings us to another fact that some of the water on our Planet Earth is older than our Sun and was Water which formed in our Greater Universe, gathering here as it was forming.
Water And Light
We are composed of Water and Light although we do not necessarily acknowledge that in our mass consciousness.
So Please Honor these aspects of yourselves and deepen your relationship as to how you express them.
No Water… No Life
No Light… Darkness
A simple Water Blessing anyone can do anywhere and anytime
I Love You
I Thank You
I Respect You
Precious Drop of Water
Snowflake flying in the breeze
Misty Sky we breathe
We are you in another form
Flowing around you and within you
Adoring you in Our full awareness
Gathering as precious droplets
Becoming One magnificent flow
Pulsing through the Arteries of Life
Bowing to You and each other
As We listen to Your every ripple
In awe of your Life Giving Presence
We Love You
We Thank you
We Respect You
We Are You
New Moon 3.6.19
Sometimes the words which come through me bring me to tears. They remind me of how precious Life truly is and how our honoring Life is the greatest act of kindness and compassion we can ever express.
We are Water Being Human…
I know that sounds very absurd to many of you yet scientists have explained how on a molecular structure level we are 99% water. Most of us can accept that on a physical level we are 60-80% water.
Yet in all of this discussion of what is the complete or true answer, none of us will exist without clean water.
So I ask each of you to begin to see the water in all life forms and deepen your relationship to it by singing to it, or praising it, or offering it prayers of thanksgiving.
Each drop is precious just as you are and you cannot separate yourself from it…
Let Us become Whole again by honoring ourselves and each other at this level and We will change the world in the most amazing ways.
WATER IS LIFE
Wed, March 6, 2019
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About Erin: Erin Toppenberg, co-founder and director, has played an integral role in the creation of The Waterbearers even before the initial campaign launch in January 2016, now in its third year! Learn about three pillars of The Waterbearers – Women, Water, and Wisdom, as it resonates with the pure intention to make clean water accessible to people around the world.
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As I tapped into the theme for the day of Biodiversity the following words spilled onto the screen of my computer and are now presented for your enjoyment…
A Gentle Reminder as we gather water for our Blessings
Pouring Water into a bowl is a reflection of a waterfall forming into a small pond in which it will spend time attracting and supporting life forms that come, to sip and be nourished by its Elemental Spirit Nature
Pouring water from the bowl reminds us of the streams which have become rivers rushing forth to share the wealth of all that has dwelt along their banks and spread forth life along their wealthy shorelines creating Biodiversity
Biodiversity in turn improves water quality and helps ecosystems to withstand pressures from pollution.
And so, as we gather and return waters let us also think of how we are contributing to honoring Biodiversity as well.
Charlie Riverman Bergeron 1.6.19