Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Equinox group distant healing event
Friday, 22 September 2017
Spring Equinox in the South
What will you be doing during the Equinox? We need your help to reach a critical mass of beings holding a space of love and peace for the planet on Friday, 22 September!
Embrace your power as a planetary healer, and send that energy out into the world on this auspicious day, while simultaneously receiving healing energy yourself.
The treatment will include around 200 participants globally, and will be facilitated in Bahia, Brazil by Edna Spennato, working under guidance from the collective Higher Self of the group via the healing method known as Synchronization Harmonics®, pioneered by Edna in 1998.
Four surrogates in Brazil, Argentina, the USA and South Africa will anchor incoming healing energy during the treatment process and release the energies that are “no longer needed” on behalf of the participants and the planetary morphic field as a whole.
Info about participating in the Equinox event
During the treatment process, each participant will receive healing on an healing on an individual level and as being part of the work done for the group of participants as a whole, and will also be anchoring the planetary healing energies in their part of the world, releasing disharmonic energy and receiving healing energy on a collective level.
We use a cutting-edge distant healing method known as Synchronization Harmonics®, and for those who have never before experienced distant healing work, this is the ideal opportunity.
After each healing event, feedback and detailed reports about what came up during the treatment process for the group, as well as for the collective consciousness on a planetary level, are mailed to participants.
First-time participants should register for the event and send their pics to us at earthhealadmin [at] gmail [dot] com as soon as possible, and no later than 2 pm GMT/UTC on Friday, 22 September 2017.
More about the Equinox
What is an equinox? The earliest humans spent more time outside than we do. They used the sky as both a clock and a calendar. They could easily see that the sun’s path across the sky, the length of daylight, and the location of the sunrise and sunset all shift in a regular way throughout the year.Our ancestors built the first observatories to track the sun’s progress. One example is at Machu Picchu in Peru, where the Intihuatana stone, shown above, has been shown to be a precise indicator of the date of the two equinoxes and other significant celestial periods. The word Intihuatana, by the way, literally means for tying the sun.
Today, we know each equinox and solstice is an astronomical event, caused by Earth’s tilt on its axis and ceaseless orbit around the sun.
The earliest humans spent more time outside than we do. They used the sky as both clock and calendar. They could easily see that the sun’s path across the sky, the length of daylight, and the location of the sunrise and sunset all shift in a regular way throughout the year. More info here.
The Intihuatana stone – also called the Hitching Post of the Sun – at Machu Picchu in Peru. It was used to track the sun throughout the year. Photo via Imagesofanthropology.com
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Source: Earth Heal Blog