Sep 11 2006

Hurricane/Storm Updates and Thoughts

Published by at 4:17 pm under Co-Creation,EarthWorkers,Weather and Storms

As Hurricane Ernesto drenched the east coast, I observed an interesting phenomenon — which spawned some thoughts I want to share with all of you, as Hurricane Florence veers outward into the Atlantic.

First of all, my friends, WELL DONE!! Thank you! We are making a difference — and have done so all summer.

There “should” have been around 20 more storm systems already, according to National Weather Service predictions in May of 2006. Instead, it was a fairly “quiet” summer for major storms. Scientists are puzzled (privately — they are not speaking up about it. Yet.)

I have some skeptics out there who think it’s coincidence; I don’t care.

To me, it’s more important WHAT we do, than what anyone thinks about it. They don’t have to believe. We know what we know 🙂

What I observed first (as always) was Nature’s generous eagerness for co-creative approaches with humans for anything happening on, within, or around Earth. I have never found a time when Nature responded with anything like “Gee, I don’t feel like it today, catch me later.”

Nature is always eager to work with humans — and, more accurately, for humans to respect the Grand Intelligence that Nature represents. After all it was always meant to be a “working partnership” and humans are the side that “drops the ball”; Nature never has.

With Ernesto, I saw a new pattern (which was so obvious, it stunned me). It is possible to dissipate the energy from any storm by spreading its force out over a wider area rather than keep it concentrated in a small focused area. Sheer brilliance!!

And that is what happened with Ernesto. Rather than have intense, focused wind and rain (such as what happens, for instance, during a tornado) the energy spread itself over hundreds of miles — which allowed it to cleanse the atmosphere without doing any real damage or cause loss of life or major loss of property (homes and businesses.)

That is why I said “well done.” Ernesto was a co-creative effort, and a remarkable manifestation of human-Nature cooperation. I am still grinning about it.

Now Florence. In case you hadn’t noticed, as Flo approached Bermuda, high winds of more than 80 miles per hour were forecast, which would have caused major destruction there — and probably more if it kept its original course toward landfall on the east coast of the USA.

But as I have mentioned here before, Nature has told me that once a storm pattern has been created, there are a few things that can be done. One thing is for it to turn (within a 15 degree angle) of its original path. Another thing it can do is to spread and allow the total energy to be absorbed over a wider area instead of a focused one.

There are several other things it can do, and some it cannot. There are certain limits. But rather than discuss what I “get” when I connect with Nature, I prefer that each of us do our own work, and connect with Nature in the ways that are appropriate for you.

You don’t need me to do your work; you KNOW what to do, and how to do it. (Inquire within, LOL.)

It is working exceptionally well. Keep doing what you are doing!

Oh! Before I forget, I want to share with you a couple of links that you may or may not know about. I like to visit them sometimes, to give me a visual image of what’s happening around the world.

Here is the Hurricane Watch site: <a href = “http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/”>Hurricane Watch</a>

And you might also like:

http://www.globalweather.com/
If any of you care to share with others anything that you have learned about working co-creatively with Nature, please let me know and I will pass it along here.

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