Lack and limitation can often be identified by uncomfortable feelings underlying our everyday lives, a sense that something is wrong or lacking in us.
By calling in the rain, not only are we are helping to dissolve the physical situation of drought upon the planet, but we are helping to dissolve the very ways of being that helped create the drought in the first place.
These feelings can manifest as anger, fear, disappointment, depression, despair, worry, sorrow, abandonment or isolation, to name a few. This is the drought of humanity.
Feeling this way is insidious, so when any of these belief systems, vasanas or core issues (1) are discovered, uncovered and brought to conscious awareness or released, it is cause for celebration!
By consciously “seeing” what is running us, we expand and have much better ability at maintaining our divine balance in service to the One. Life opens up, becomes enjoyable, full of unlimited possibility.
Feeling good in all aspects of our lives, further empowers us to create an even more bountiful and exciting way of being, with no limiting belief systems — no lack or limitation — and a planet with a temperate climate, abundance for all, a world that works for everyone.
With that in mind, I did some research to discover where theses areas of drought around the world are, so we can visualize the rain gently falling and washing away all lack and limitation, like it has lately, in Australia, Malawi, Israel and Sao Paolo, Brazil.
This is what I found:
Horn of Africa
Ethiopia: The drought conditions are having the most severe impact in Ethiopia, especially around the towns of Gode, Denan and Imi in the southeast.Ethiopia is one of the poorest countries in the world, ranked 172 out of 174 last year in its overall level of development, meaning that its vast population, one of the largest in Africa, is particularly vulnerable to drought.
India: Madhya Pradesh, along with the western states of Rajasthan, and Gujarat, and Andhra Pradesh in the south
China: northern Shanxi province Mongolia
Panama: The head of the Panama Canal warned that the biggest ships might not be let through in early 2015 if rainfall doesn’t restore water levels at the lakes that feed the canal’s locks.
Colombia: Some northern areas where rain hasn’t fallen in two years have seen riots over water.
Venezuela: Water rationing became mandatory in some areas.
Bolivia: Thousands of forest fires were attributed to the worst drought in 30 years.
Drought Map of the World
Looking forward to our global meditation
and with great gratitude to everyone participating,
Dear Water Element,
“Will you come with me and rain,
and create a lush California yet again?
And will you share this bounty all over Gaia
in perfect balance and harmony?”
(1) The New You, by Linda Dillon, page 106, core issue:
“The Council (of Love) calls this your key motivator. . . a deep place of acceptance of who you are. . . being fully conscious of why this issue is your key motivator and learning to work with it, in terms of being your Achilles heel and your best friend. . . your individual unique key. . . it is working with or against you during this time of incredible change. . . you don’t want to live or stay in the space of your key motivator or core issue. . . once embraced and aligned it becomes part of your balance. . . not to venture too far to one side or the other. . . where this information is useful, is at the midpoint.”