There has been so much in the news recently about the tragic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the effects it will have on the wildlife, the ocean and animals of that region. If you are feeling saddened by this event, not knowing what you can do to help the wonderful life down there, there is something you can do that will be of great importance and power.
Make a connection with a bird, turtle, fish, or any species by just imaging being there with them in the Gulf of Mexico. Holding your ground with them, take a moment to send them your pure love and healing light, which will purify the water. Your love and support will help clean things up at a faster rate and bring balance back to the region. If you feel any fear or sadness, replace it with love and know that whatever has been affected by the oil can survive through this seemingly impossible mess.
Maybe this happened to bring to light what we are doing to our planet and that mankind can’t keep hidden or ignore any longer how our animal and ocean life is being affected by our human actions underneath the sea. The waters have been stirred and muddied, but don’t despair, there is a blessing in all this, because the water will now be on its way to being purified. Mother Earth is speaking to us through this incident, not to make us or the animals suffer, but for us to rise up with strength and conviction that we want a better way of doing things that blesses all life here on earth.
Take a moment each day or several times a day to visualize the healing process and it will happen. The wildlife and environment there in the Gulf will feel it and the healing will be rapid and successful. This is an opportunity to re-connect with our natural, innate powers of listening to our heart to heal our relationship with our true Mother, Earth.
I would love to hear any feedback from you all what the fish, turtles, whales, birds share with you, as you support and love them through this healing process of our earth.
My love and blessings,
About The Author: Sue Hopple is a talented and gifted animal communicator who was born with the ability to hear and communicate with the animal kingdom. To read more about Sue Hopple, click here. To pose a question for the Ask Sue monthly column, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about Sue Hopple by visiting http://www.suehopple.com