Growing a Viable Alternative Reality for our Earth and Ourselves

As we continue to bridge the ol way of living with the new beat of our Earthly Rights.   We are now being awakened to a “Nature Connection Movement,” Its about community building, peacemaking, and reawakening the village model and giving back to the soil. This path is based on indigenous solutions combined with modern wisdom. Many solutions are being handed to us to help sustain resilience on a rapidly changing planet. I am very proud that our Botanical Garden event made headlines in our local “Coast News”     We must remain resilient with cooperative creative and complimentary,  approaches to life.

ArticleEarthDay 2014

Originally I met these Gong Performers in 2013 at the Muth Interpretive Center in Orange County.  Dr. Masaru Emoto and the Native American Female Elders joined together and held A “Healing Our Waters, Healing Our World” Prayer. That experience connects us to the Dr Emoto who is joining the World to the new Earth Healing .  It is true “We can heal ourselves and our planet with our thoughts…Together “. Our Water has memory and carries the vibration out and beyond.

We all remember …..        “Talk to the Hand”

We have advanced now  “Talk to the Water”

Dr. Masuro Emoto July 11 2013

Healing Water Ceremony




About energylady

Lia Strell is a native Southern California sculptor. Some might say her style is in the center between Art & Energy Work. As Lia is compelled to move metal in a flowing way she imagines combinations of positive thought while creating and projects a message into each one of her creations. "Through my art, I have discovered we are experiencing creative expansion. As the fabric unfolds and the veils are removed we are being lifted to new levels. In our mind we know this In our heart we can feel it".
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