This article was written as a way of showing solidarity with the people of Haiti after their massive earthquake, but the principles in it can be extended much wider.
The other day, while meditating, I happened to be thinking about the people of Haiti and their current strife with not having access to food and being hungry. A thought popped into my head about a very easy way to help which was tied to my past experiences and teachings with the Blackfeet & the Lakota. Let me explain . . .
The idea of nourishing another person by what you are eating and drinking is not a new one. I shared my above thoughts with a dear friend of mine, and she informed me that there is a popular Hindu food mantra, from the Bhagavad Gita, called the “Brahmarpanam”. It loosely states . . . “Food is God (Brahma). The act of offering is God. The one who offers is God, and he who receives the food is God.” So it follows that the God in our selves should be able to enjoy the food on behalf of the God in “another” no matter how far away that person is.
But with our busy schedules, who can remember to do this every time we sit down to eat? Since writing this article and sending it to some friends, another friend wrote me back stating that in order to remember to include the Haitian people when eating, she sets an extra place setting at her table. What a wonderful suggestion.
I know that this may not fill the hunger and thirst void completely for those starving in Haiti, but it may very well be enough to have them hold on until food supplies can get to them during the coming months. So if you are not in the position to send money, clothing or food, or if you are not an experienced healer to send energy healing, you can still send love and nourishment. Just food for thought . . . pun intended :)
Raphael is an energy worker who is certified in Quantum Touch, Angelic Reiki and Kahuna Ancient Rainbow Conscious Healing (ARCH). His spiritual path has provided him with a deep humbleness and appreciation of all life and Mother Earth, as a direct result of his relationships with the Blackfeet, the Ojibwa and the Lakota Nations. For more information on Raphael and his work, feel free to visit http://www.iamblessingwater.com