Posted by: Mark, Transforming . . . | August 28, 2011

GCI Care Focus Hurricane Irene

Thank You Gregg Braden

GCI Care Focus Hurricane Irene

All indications point to Hurricane Irene being extremely destructive to the Eastern Coast of the United States, including densely populated areas such as New York City and the East Cost of New Jersey. President Obama and the mayors of East Coast cities are ordering evacuations.

In this Care Focus, let’s radiate our love and care to the entire region. Visualize the hurricane dissipating in strength and moving further out into the Atlantic Ocean, with less impact on potentially affected populations.

Let’s sustain our vision for the highest best outcome and maintain our compassion and unconditional love for those involved and throughout any recovery process.

Through these emerging global stress events, it’s important to practice the caring maintenance of our own energy balance in relationship to these seemingly ongoing occurrences. When our emotions are exhausted and frayed, it compromises our personal system and diminishes the effectiveness of our intentions to be helpful. We compassionately realize it’s harder to prevent emotional drain at times when personally connected to these stressful events. Yet it’s worth taking time out on occasion to consciously breathe the feeling of calm and restoration into your system. Doing this from your genuine heart feelings restores emotional resilience, which is especially needed when giving energetic care and support to others who are experiencing a harder time. Use any restoration techniques that work for you. The important thing is: at least remember to do it. Self-care is an essential component in global care.

To join us in the Global Care Room; you can enter the room directly from www.globalcarerooms.org. First time users of the Global Care Room need to SIGN UP—please use your Global Coherence Initiative password. Thank you for providing energetic care and support.

In order for GCI members around the world to participate at a convenient time, we have 8 p.m., 4 a.m. and noon Pacific Standard Time ( -7 hours GMT ) when GCI members in the Global Care Room can do the Care Focus together. Of course you are welcome to participate at any time, day or night.

Thank you for your participation,

The GCI Staff

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