Woodcut by Hasui Kawase 川瀬 巴水 (1883-1957)
Wesak Full Moon group distant healing event
On a personal and collective level
6 May 2012
Linking with the 44th Full Moon sacred site attunement of the
Grand Maya Itza Council, to be focused on
Tazumel, El Salvador
- All are welcome to participate in this event -
All beings everywhere are invited to join us for this global distant healing event, starting at 5 pm GMT/UTC on Sunday, 6 May. To check the starting time in your part of the world, go to this link at the World Clock.
This is a special event focusing on Abundance and a sense of sufficiency and well-being for the participants as individuals, as well as a sense of harmony and balance in terms of the available abundance and resources on a planetary level, for each living part of the Oneness shared by all.
The treatment process will be facilitated by Edna Spennato, located in Bahia, Brazil, with eight surrogates anchoring the healing energy and releasing unneeded energies in Brazil, South Africa, Ireland, Austria and the USA, on behalf of all the participants and the collective consciousness.
fund-raiser to support the ongoing pro bono work being done by Earth Heal in Brazil, with injured and homeless animals and abandoned litters, and the distant healing work done for animals and for refugees, victims of war and disasters, and indigent, homeless or disadvantaged people. To make a donation to Earth Heal, please go to this link.
Participation in the event is open to anyone, anywhere in the world on a donation basis. Those who cannot afford a donation are included on a pro bono basis, and asked instead to give some bread or provide a meal to someone in your area who is hungry. In terms of being able to receive abundance on a personal level, it is important for us to be able to give as well, and to feel that we always do have something of value to give, not necessarily something with a monetary value.
To be included as a participant, please send your registration form to earthhealadmin at gmail dot com before midnight GMT/UTC on Saturday, 5 May 2012.
For more info on the experience of participating in a distant healing event, please go to this link.
For info on how to register as a participant in the 6 May event, please go to this link.
This weekend's supermoon
|Photo by Tim McCord of the March 2011 supermoon rising|
Brazilian musician, Almir Sater, and friends recorded on 16 December 2008, playing No Rastro da Lua Cheia - In the Wake of the Full Moon, from the album 7 Sinais.
When you listen to this music, think about those with whom you have the strongest heart connection.
Lyrics below in Portuguese, translated into English by Edna Spennato.
No Rastro da lua Cheila
No quintal lá de casa
Passava um pequeno rio
Que descia lá da serra
A agua era cristalina
Que dava pra ver o chão
Ia cortando a floresta
Na direção do sertão
Lembrança ainda me resta
Guardada no coração...
E tudo era azul celeste
Brasileiro cor de anil
Nem bem começava o ano
Já era final de Abril
O vento pastoreando
Aquelas nuvens no céu...
Fazia o mundo girar
Veloz como um carrossel
E levantava a poeira
E me arrancava o chapéu
Ah o tempo faz, tempo desfaz
E vai além sempre...
A vida vem lá de longe
É como se fosse um rio
Pra rio pequeno canoa
Pros grandes rios navios
E bem lá no fim de tudo
Começo de outro lugar
Será como Deus quiser
Como o destino mandar
No rastro da lua cheia
Se chega em qualquer lugar!
In the wake of the Full Moon
In the backyard of the house there
Flowed a little river
Coming down the mountain
A slight incline
The water was so crystal clear
That you could see the ground
It cut through the forest
In the direction of the interior
I still carry the memory
Held close in my heart ...
And everything was light blue
The colour of Brazilian indigo
The year had barely started
It was already late April
The wind was herding
Those clouds in the sky ...
Making the world go round
At the speed of a carousel
And the dust lifted
And I pulled down my hat
Oh, time does, time undoes
And goes on forever ...
Life comes from afar
It is like a river
For small river canoes
For great river vessels
Right there at the end of everything
Having begun in another place
It will be as God wants
As destiny would have
In the wake of the full moon
If it arrives in any place!
The Maya Full Moon attunement for the sacred site at Tazumel, El Salvador
The Grand Mayan Itza Council will be making a journey in spirit to the Maya ruins at Tazumel, El Salvador on 6 May 2012, the 44th in a sequence of 52 ceremonies leading up to the Full Moon of 28 December, 2012. This attunement is the 5th in the last of four 13-moon cycles which began on 13 November 2008.
We are asked to join them in sending our collective love and healing to Tazumel during the full moonrise in our own part of the world.
Tazumel is a Pre-Columbian Maya archeological site in Chalchuapa, El Salvador. Tazumel means, "the place where the victims were burned," in K'iche'. Tazumel comprises a series of Maya ruins, including ceremonial architecture, that date to about AD 100-1200.
Around AD 900, the Toltec style pyramid in evidence today was constructed; a large ball court was also built at this time. The site was abandoned around AD 1200.
The ruins of Tazumel are considered the most important and best preserved in El Salvador. The artifacts found at Tazumel provide evidence of ancient and active trade between Tazumel and places as far away as Panama and Mexico. The excavated ruins are part of an area covering 10 km² (4 sq mi), much of it buried under the surrounding town. Archaeologists estimate that the first settlements in the area of Chalchuapa date to around 1200 BC, though some believe it to be more like 4000 BC.
For more info and the full list of sacred sites and full moon dates released by Don Hunbatz Men of the Grand Maya Itza Council, go to this link.
Wesak is the most important of the Buddhist festivals and is celebrated on the full moon in May. It celebrates the Buddha's birthday, and, for some Buddhists, also marks his enlightenment and death. Buddha literally means 'one who is awake' and has become enlightened. It is a term that denotes a person who has attained the supreme wisdom and compassion of Enlightenment. To Buddhists Enlightenment is a blessed state in which the individual attains Nirvana - the transcendence of desire and suffering.
Chanting and praying are an important part of Wesak. The 'Bathing the Buddha' ceremony is also often included. Water is poured over the shoulders of the Buddha and serves as a reminder to purify the mind from greed, hatred and ignorance. People meditate on Loving Kindness to invoke Compassion, using the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum.
Om Mani Padme Hum
Rough Translation: 'Om, salutations to The Jewel of Consciousness (the mind) which has reached the heart's lotus.'
This mantra is practiced more than any other in the world. It is pre-eminent in producing a state of dynamic compassion in the sayer. Dynamic means that this compassion contains as part of it the ability to powerfully manifest in both subtle and obvious ways. One of the simple yet profound teachings which accompanies this mantra is the concept that when the mind and heart become united, anything is possible. The implications of this simple thought are staggering.
OM MANI PADME HUM por RimayDzong
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>> Participant's registration form for the 6 May event
>> Maya Full Moon Attunements till December 2012
>> A beautiful Brazilian song for the 6 May Full Moon
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