Monday, 21 August 2017
Solar Eclipse group distant healing event
Monday, 21 August 2017
Since ancient times, eclipses have been regarded with fear and excitement, and associated with impending doom, tragedies, wars, disease outbreaks and the deaths of prominent people.
These days, we don’t generally try to stop or prevent eclipses, but they still tend to make us a little crazy and apprehensive. The total solar eclipse that will sweep across the entirety of the continental United States on August 21 has the population in a frenzy, and the country’s emergency services officials bracing for impact.
What will you be doing during the eclipse? We’re inviting you to embrace your power as a planetary healer, and send that energy out into the world during this auspicious event, while simultaneously receiving healing energy yourself.
You are invited to participate in our group distant healing event on Monday, 21 August, starting at 5 pm GMT, just after the start of the solar eclipse over the Pacific Ocean, and continuing for around four hours, roughly the duration of the eclipse. See this link for starting times around the world.
Each participant will receive distant healing work as an individual and as part of the group, and will play a part in holding the energy for the morphic field and the planetary side of the healing.
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.
More about the Solar Eclipse
What Happens During a Total Solar Eclipse?
“…It’s a deeply emotional event, because you feel the ominous shadow of the moon racing across you. It’s a sensory experience. But then the other part of it, too, is that you have the realization that you’re looking at the solar system in motion. It’s a rare opportunity to really viscerally experience that.” Cartographer and eclipse chaser, Michael Zeiler (Source).
Eclipses have piqued observers’ interest for centuries. Here, a print from 1871. Photo by Wellcome Images/Wikimedia Commons.
For sheer visceral impact, a total solar eclipse is not even remotely comparable to a lunar eclipse, a partial solar eclipse, or even major auroral displays. A solar totality stands alone. If you are in the right place, it creates darkness in daytime along a 140-mile-wide ribbon of Earth. The brightest stars come out in midday but not as you might presume: During totality, they appear in seasonal reverse. In summer, the winter constellations emerge; during a winter solar totality, summer’s stars appear.
And that’s not all.
An uncommon mind-set takes over people when the Sun, Moon, and your spot on Earth form a perfectly straight line in space. Many observers shout and babble. Some weep. Afterward, everyone proclaims it to be the greatest spectacle they have ever beheld. Beyond that, many are speechless. (Animals also exhibit odd behavior, such as falling strangely silent.)
The experience surpasses all expectations and imaginings:
- The eye sees the transition of the Moon over the Sun differently from photographs; because of under- or overexposure, a camera lens can not capture the same range of brightness as human vision.
- The delicate tendrils of the Sun’s corona splay into the surrounding sky in a manner wholly different from the way they appear in photos.
- During the 10 minutes before and after totality, when the Sun is more than 80 percent eclipsed and its light arrives only from its edge, or limb, earthly colors turn richer and more saturated, while shadows become stark and oddly crisp—as if a different type of star is illuminating Earth.
- As the Moon slides over the Sun, not only is light blocked in the ribbon of space, but solar heat is, too. The steady drop in temperature usually results in a haunting eclipse wind.
- At 1 minute before and after totality, all white and light-color ground surfaces underfoot (sidewalks, sand, the like) suddenly exhibit shimmering shadow bands everywhere. (Think of black lines on the bottom of a swimming pool that appear to wiggle.) This eerie phenomenon can make your hair stand on end, yet it can not be captured on film. (Try it!) Recent research suggests that shadow bands are the edges of atmospheric temperature cells (air pockets) made visible by the remaining tiny point of Sun. Their motion catches the eye despite their extremely low contrast.
To witness these extraordinary phenomena, you need to be in totality’s path (Source).
General info about the upcoming Solar Eclipse 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 Monday, 21 August 2017.
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Source: Earth Heal Blog