With all the mountain rain run-off and underground mountain streams, I had to put a water retention pond in my backyard. This year, I decided to clear up the algae in the pond water. I learned (and am continuing to learn) a lot. Bottom line: A pond is a delicate multivariable ecosystem world. To be healthy, it must be cultured as such.
Twenty percent of our world’s oxygen comes from diatoms, which are a particular type of algae with a clear, silica, glass-like cell wall. When the pond is considered as a whole and is balanced, healthy diatoms outcompete unhealthy algae. The water becomes clear and healthy. A minuscule amount of a balancing and culturing approach can quickly transform unhealthy into healthy.
Revitin is a new toothpaste that all but eliminates tarter by introducing a balanced ecosystem in the mouth. Simple, with dramatic results!
Similarly, a healthy world is a delicate balance of limitless variables. For health, for world peace, the wholeness value of the ecosystem must be addressed as the central theme. The whole is more than the sum of the parts. The world will not be healed by isolating parts without focus on the wholeness value.
As with diatoms and a backyard pond, with a proper approach, pollution of the planet and hearts and minds of its people can be transformed, as if magically. Diatom-like substances will then be developed that will, in minuscule amounts, clear the sky of pollution and clear the oceans of plastics and mercury. When done wisely, a seemingly minuscule introduction of a balancing influence can transform a turbulent world into a world of peace and harmony. However, the health is rooted in the source of wholeness, the Transcendent, Ishwara. Mount Soma is dedicated to the introduction of that culturing and balancing influence as prescribed through Vedic technology.
An interesting point: In the transformation process of a pond, the period of time can occur when the pond’s appearance becomes worse—cloudier. Similarly, when a whole-istic healing influence is introduced in the world, it can trigger confusion, anger, and resistance in the hearts and minds of people. Everything maps. We can learn a lot about the attainment of world peace from diatoms and toothpaste.
Where did you take that great pic?
It is Dr. Kuai’s pond! 🙂
i was looking for a good toothpaste!!!
Murkiness seems to be on the table this year. Thanks for the reminder that the healing is already in place.
Gratitude for the links, algae has been a problem in mom’s bird baths with the Texas heat and I am refusing to treat with bleach her desire for a “clean” look.
thank you for the reminder, we are all a part of the healing and clearing in our everyday actions.
Recently in an airport a chose a seat away from people with my back to the row of empty seats behind me. Eventually a young woman came sat right behind me and kept flipping her hair so it was hitting me in on the back and side of my head. I finally had enough and ( I wasn’t rude, I think ) said, ” I think we have a problem here, you are hitting me with your hair and would you mind moving?” She told me if I was having a problem, I should just move. I suggested since I was there first, she should consider moving. Her comment was,” you are just like the rest of your country, rude. You don’t even know where I am from.” She moved two seats over and continued to do the same thing to the man behind her.
My question is, Should I have moved and not said anything? Was making her aware of the situation more making the “waters more murky’? I have thinking about this for a while and wondering if I was the problem.
I love the mapping… And picture!
This reminds me of an article that intrigues me. Maybe the healing process is becoming more visible: http://www.thescienceandspace.com/2019/05/the-high-pollution-in-oceans-is-big.html
Question: Were you wrong?
Question: Will it accomplish anything by confronting her?
Conclusion: Probably best to just get up and move.
Commentary; People just do what they do. Anything can be justified with the intellect, and that is what they do. No need to waste your time.