Dr. Masaru Emoto’s call to prayer on June 11

Dr. Masaru Emoto, the “Messenger for Water,” has called once again for the world to unite in prayer on June 11, the anniversary of the Japanese tsunami. This is from his Emoto Peace Project blog:

It has passed 3 months since March 11. Today on the 11th, we will offer our sincere prayer putting our hearts together with all of you around the world.

Many people must have their day off on Saturday, so we may be able to take time at noon to have deep reflection contemplating on why this tragedy happened to humankind. Then, we can pray for the peace of victims’ soul in heaven.

We may be able to realize that everything happened because of our fear-based consciousness. Once we have this awareness, we can promise to ourselves to make a big step forward to the true peace again.

Yes, having courage is important. Courage means will to speak up. Even if you know something, if you don’t take any action, you are same as a coward.

Then, you may ask how can we do it. Wonderful weapon is already given to us good people. This weapon is called Internet shooting. They are afraid of Internet system.

Therefore, if they find a site which contains unfavorable opinion to them, they use their subordinates to attack the site fiercely. The way they do it is not gentlemanlike at all. Most good people do not like this kind of unfairness.

Now, it is the time for us to put our hearts together. When you find someone being attacked unfairly, you can chose to protect him or her by giving supporting shooting.

I would like you all to have this intention during your prayer today.

All the victims of the tragedy, we are sorry and please forgive us.
We will stand up not to repeat the same mistake again ever.
We will keep speaking up until angelic intention will win over evil intention.
Thank you very much. We love you.

Love & Gratitude,
Masaru Emoto

Image from “Sending Love to Sendai” blog post by June Low, on LoyarBurok.com. Used under Creative Commons license. 
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