Earthwalkers—that’s us!—may need a little education on what we can do to connect and care for Mother Earth’s land, trees, plants, and water better. I’ve created a Spirit of Land Kit to give you fun and simple ways to care for the earth and open to more beautiful and magical relationships with the spirit in nature. You may even see a fairy! Just last week I talked to two people who saw fairies for the first time.
I will be posting ideas and ways to do land and water healing at my new Facebook Page: EARTHWALKER SPIRIT OF LAND, You can purchase a kit and do this yourself, join in an upcoming e-classes or classes in Portland Oregon area or put together your own kit. In Joy!
Land and Water Blessing at Waterfront Park in Hood River
At the Waterfront Park in Hood River along the Columbia River, I was drawn to begin at this area with several large rocks. I followed my intuition…
I used the pendulum in the kit to ask what I needed to do next. Do I need to take an essence? Yes.
I took a few drops of Green Bog Orchid flower essence to settle into my heart and begin listening to the land. I sat on the rock.
Sitting, I noticed I was directly lined up with an entrance down to the Columbia River across the lawn.
Using the pendulum, I asked what else was needed as I sat on the stone. I got “yes” on Mica as an offering and “yes” on using the copper hoop. I lay the hoop and sprinkled Mica on it. The hoop creates a circle for energy to circulate and flow in a stronger way.
After a little while, I picked up the hoop and went across to the water.
- I gave some water offerings from the kit to the Columbia River. I felt I had given a special blessing to the lands and waters in about a half an hour. You can sing your songs and add your own magic to your land and water blessings!
The Columbia River spirits receive our gifts no matter how small. They are energized by our love, gratitude, and appreciation. Our actions feed the water. It’s time to take joyful action!
The kit offers tools, techniques, teachings, offerings, flower essences, crystals, rituals, and ways to inspire a greater sense of belonging to the land and relationship to the nature spirits and elementals.