When I returned from toad patrol last night I found two e-mails had arrived in my inbox simultaneously from different parts of the world, each on the same subject. Another arrived this morning.
I I pay attention, always, to synchronicity, and so looked at them with more attention than I might otherwise have done, not being a lover of round-robin communication. It may be you have seen the message too, asking for a prayer of forgiveness to be said at a particular time to help the contamination of the waters around the damaged nuclear plants in Fukushima.
There is no doubt that the quality of water can be changed through physical devices like flowforms or pure metals, and earth healers like Sandra Ingerman have worked for years to clean polluted waterways, with remarkable results. The power of thought, too, can be very powerful when used with good intent, without trying to change a karmic situation. It is easy to fall into the trap of praying for an outcome which will please us personally but which may in fact be interference in the Plan of God.
We can, each of us, only do our best and what feels right in any situation. Because I believe everything occurs for a reason, often as a result of human choices but always with a higher purpose beyond that, I try to accept whatever occurs in the world with equanimity, even if my heart aches when I see the world of nature affected. Furthermore, I am conscious of much that is being done behind the scenes, in the world of Spirit, to manage the impact of these nuclear leaks on planetary life. So, for me, it is important to be as simple and clear as possible in trying to help. I do this by opening my heart to the Japanese seas with love, and trust and the knowledge all will be well - no judgment, no blame.
Healing through group work can achieve much, and the loving intent in the thousands or millions who turn their thoughts to Japan at midday today, as invited in the e-mail, will be wonderful. I will not say the words of the prayer that has been suggested but will find my own non-verbal expression instead, for that is my choice. Perhaps you will participate too, but always in your own way.