Sunday, December 30, 2007

Snow Crystals - our Magical World, Mysterious Water and Discovering our True Purpose in Life

Hi. I'm back. I think this is the longest break I have taken from blogging since my summer vacation. ..but I have been thinking of you. !!

I have been marveling lately at the intricacy of snowflakes and the magical atmosphere they create.. there have been a few times lately when I have been outside and snow has been falling and I have been so immersed in this truly incredible wonderland we live in.
(& to be honest I am not even a big fan of winter. I am a tropical girl at heart!)
But sun or snow or waves or forests, wherever you go - this world is an incredible, phenomenally intricate and truly magical place which we are so blessed to be a part of.

These pics were perfect to come across right now.. I have been researching and reading a 70page very interesting document on water. Water is one of the most interesting and mysterious things on our planet! I've been reading all about its ph, electromagnetic charges, life force, solubility (carrying-absorbing minerals, nutrients), resistivity.. about immature and mature water (it's life cycle) so many fascinating things..
Water is still a mystery to modern science - it is an elusive structure which evades analysis.. it keeps changing and has so many structural patterns and physical properties ..it's totally crazy!
Water molecules can be observed and arranged in triangular shapes, rings, chains, double helixes - they vary so much!
Also- Masaru Emoto's studies on water crystals! ..& if by any chance you haven't read 'Hidden Messages in Water' - definitely put that on your things to do in the New Year list!
Water is a thinking and living entity which most of us take for granted and very few of us understand!

How full of the creative genius is the air in which these are generated!
I should hardly admire more if real stars fell and lodged on my coat."
--Henry David Thoreau, 1856

The Meaning of Life - Discover your True Purpose.
I am cleaning up and getting rid of some old files and found this one - it's from an article (above)
You follow these steps & discover your life purpose within usually 20minutes - not bad.. so I thought I would give it a go.

Here’s what to do:

  1. Take out a blank sheet of paper or open up a word processor where you can type (I prefer the latter because it’s faster).
  2. Write at the top, “What is my true purpose in life?”
  3. Write an answer (any answer) that pops into your head. It doesn’t have to be a complete sentence. A short phrase is fine.
  4. Repeat step 3 until you write the answer that makes you cry. This is your purpose.
This was my list: (from about a year ago)

What is my true purpose in life?

To be a mother
To be an artist
To travel
To help others
To prepare raw foods
To be a support to other people
To raise conscious awareness
To raise the vibrational frequency of the world
To love people
To be love
To love everything
To inspire others

To help create world peace
To have fun
To explore the world
To inspire people
To listen to people.
To pay attention
To paint
To spend time by myself
To help others
To motivate others
To be courageous
To experience new things
To explore and go on adventures.
To fly high & dive deep
To tell stories
To live artistically
To create a beautiful life
To appreciate life
To be grateful
To help J..
To help M..
To help myself
To watch the sun
To live long
To be healthy
To help others be healthy
To improve the quality of life of other people
To listen to others
To understand the meaning of life
To create peace
To live in a chocolate castle

Well, I didn't cry so I doubt I actually found it.. I will have to keep searching.. interesting experiment. ..& I liked the chocolate caste part.

These pictures show real snow crystals that fell to earth in Northern Ontario, Alaska, Vermont, the Michigan Upper Peninsula, and the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. They were captured by Kenneth G. Libbrecht using a specially designed snowflake photomicroscope.

from www.snowcrystals.com

4 comments:

TimothyTang said...

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Connie said...

I like the chocolate castle part too. :) I intend to do this today if I get a chance, if not, soon. I can't imagine finding something that would make me cry, but I want to try.

Big Hugs!
Connie

Keiko Cacao Ti said...

Its an interesting experiment.. I was kind of hoping for the cry too, lol ..maybe you'll luck out. Big Hugs n'love!

HartWorks said...

Hi Keiko,
Lately I have been thinking about intentional communities. One think I feel that a community has to have is a purpose. How about a Raw Cacao business that supports the community?
Always a joy to visit,
Many blessings,
Stephen, Portland Oregon