A MESSAGE FROM ALMINE – TO OUR LIGHTFAMILY WORLDWIDE
1) Becoming aware of a global problem: 3 billion people suffer from the effects of drought conditions in the United States and worldwide.
Drought locations in the USA*
9 states are under one of the three worst drought categories.
California: 93.91 percent of the state in severe drought or worse
Nevada: 86.99 percent
Oregon: 68.48 percent
Utah: 34.38 percent
Arizona: 29.26 percent
Idaho: 26.19 percent
Washington: 23.76 percent
New Mexico: 11.95 percent
South Dakota: 1.32 percent
Additional states facing severe drought conditions
Montana, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Massachusetts
States at risk for running out of water
Texas, Kansas, Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, Oklahoma, Utah, Nevada, California
Drought locations Worldwide**
Canada (southern Ontario, British Columbia)
Europe (central and to the North Sea)
United Kingdom (southern England)
2) ALMINE is asking that her lightfamily join her on Thursday, 29th of December in calling forth rain in the USA and worldwide drought locations, in the following ways :
(A) Make a point of feeling deep gratitude and appreciative awareness every time you use or drink water.
(B) One of the main causes of drought is suppressed anger — especially around the holidays when everyone tries to focus on happy thoughts. To keep anger suppressed is not to acknowledge its value in breaking up stuck patterns.
Firstly, on Thursday, take time to be alone and acknowledge everything that makes you angry in your life (write it down). Focus on the present, not the past.
Secondly, in your solitude, allow yourself to verbalize, starting with “I’m so angry at…” and fill in what makes you angry. Pound a pillow as much as you like. Yell and scream if you want to. March up and down and stamp the anger out through your feet. When you’re exhausted, let everything go and sleep. The next morning, ask yourself, “What can I now see that I couldn’t see before?”
(C) Optional – Upon awakening, meditate on images of pure water running in rivers, into the oceans and lakes and on rain.
*The Weather Channel-Drought (May 2015)
**The Watchers – Drought (2016-2014)