Ancient Ocean Water Meditation and Prayer
My 'If Only' Meditation Praise Poem
If only we could imagine ourselves slowly dancing in front of the setting sun as a group of people together in harmony you know we've won
If only we could hear the lute's sound singing praises to the Most High then this "Nishmat" meditation could connect us as one humanity in our liberation an azure sky
If only we could dance Tai-chi qigong and know the movements by heart we could heal the blue waters that our generation has polluted from the start
If only we understood David's Psalms, could feel the supplication to His King and be conscious that forever time will last until eternity for us to sing
If only Grandmother White Eagle could spread her sheltering wings over us and all the sea creatures could speak telling secrets so we won't harm those indigenous
If only every day we bless You, the Compassionate Sacred One, so that our own anger and disappointment You witness, nor carry the burden that weighs a ton
If only all frustration, irritation, neglect, regret and hate were washed away by the crashing white waters against the shore and it wasn't too late
If only we took our precious time to exalt You, the Blessed One during our joyous moments as well as during pain, for we know you knew
If only You and I could do the same, In His Name, the world would shift and heal the rift and end this sorry game.
This poem's audio reading
Poetry In Motion
Beginning With Prayer
Water came into my life by way of conservation, gratitude, and awareness of this precious natural resource. Unexpectedly, my doorbell rang at dusk as the sky darkened. Prepared for the ritual spiel, a young woman stood there and began to speak in a pleasant voice, holding her clipboard of material from Environment North Carolina, an organization to protect natural resources from those who would scar the earth and pillage the waters.
Pay Attention To The Messengers
Pay attention and contact representatives with power and influence to protect the outer bank's shores from drilling, Remember, the lobbyist won't give up their agenda to procure the oil and gas, no matter the consequences to the environment or people's health and livelihoods of those dwelling there. "Never forget the Gulf of Mexico!" shall be our battle cry.
Gov. Perdue vetoed Senate Bill 709, the bill introduced on the anniversary of the Gulf spill by Sen. Bob Rucho, which promotes opening North Carolina's Outer Banks and the rest of our fragile coastal areas to oil and gas drilling.
The woman standing before me, Elizabeth Ouzts, coordinates policy development, research, outreach, and legislative strategy for Environment North Carolina. An important leader in this grassroots effort, I couldn't brush away her sincerity. This wasn't a student, but someone truly invested in finding others who would help the cause. She spoke to me of her journey that landed her a job at a non-profit organization, even though she had potential to work for a high powered company. She stayed true to her ideals, hoping to make improvements as only one idealistic person could.
Lifting Up The Light
Elizabeth uplifted my spirit with her youthful expression and determination. After closing the door and watching her move to the next home, I searched for a night time meditation and landed upon a sea-side blessing to Hashem, the Creator. Tucked away in the unpublished volumes of Hubpages for many months, I felt the time to pull this positive energy out of hiding, after the Occupy Wall Street involvement and other world shifting current events. The way to make energy spread is to share the light. Another companion piece demonstrates how meditating upon a candle light, whose flame remains the same while lighting up all others, brings us closer to our soul energy. Especially as we feel the days shortening and dark, coldness ahead, let's turn up this light.
Grandmother White Eagle of the Texas Cherokee nation composed the background music for the meditation video. Her friend, Rabbi Lazer believes the Cherokee Native American nation has a deeply rooted connection with One God originated from one of the ten lost tribes of Israel and explains the similarity to Israeli music.
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Psalms 145 : 21
My mouth will utter the praise of G-d, and let all flesh praise His holy Name forever
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Psalms 115 : 18
And we will bless G-d from now to all eternity. Praise God
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Every living being should bless your name O God
If my mouth was full of praise as the waters of the ocean
and my tongue sang like its many waves
my lips exultation as wide as the horizon
I couldn't sufficiently than You, my beloved Creator for one tiny blessing
My soul forever shall call your name
With Hashem's loving grace
Here I am
Grandmother White Eagle quotes Chief Quanah Parker, Comanche, "We love the white man, but we fear your success."
At the Dedication of Quanah, Texas he said: "May the Great Spirit always smile on your new town. May the rain always fall in due season. In warmth of the sunshine after the rain, may the earth yield for your. May peace and contentment dwell with you and your children forever: I am Quanah, and I thank you"
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Listen for the similarity in sound to Job 11:13-20
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