published article in oddyssey magazine - august 2015
Virtually everyone knows that many of the key eco-systems of our planet are in trouble, mostly because of human short-sightedness and greed. As Einstein pointed out, the thinking which gets one into trouble cannot be the same thinking that gets one out of it. We need something new. But maybe, we also need something old, even very old. Like all the combined wisdom held by the remaining wisdom-keepers among indigenous peoples – or those who have learned from them – around the world, perhaps? Regine Veraguas reports on one such effort.
What does it mean to protect the integrity of nature and balance the eco-energetic system of the world and how immense is that role and responsibility? Through my own experience participating in this service, it is monumental work because there is a great deal of negativity that we as human beings create through the unconscious activity of the mind coming from deeply resilient (negative) tendencies and inclinations. What happens when that negativity accumulates and where does it go? Often it is dumped in nature, in the land, lakes and rivers. And who balances that? Well, someone has to. The art and act of balancing that negativity is done around the world by a variety of people working on geopathy and eco-spiritual rebalancing using a variety of techniques.
One such lineages is that of the ‘Mama Maestro’, an ordained messenger of the Mother (Gaia), whose spiritual heritage lies in the native traditions of the Americas.
In the last 50-100 years we have done severe damage by building structures that break up the eco-energetic flow. The integrity of nature is being damaged by building along the oceans, highways that interrupt the energetic lines that flow around the planet, ports on sacred lands which posses special properties related to healthy eco-energetics, putting up electric transmission lines and power grids, as well as manufacturing plants, all combined with the widespread mining of mountains and damming of rivers and lakes. The list of damaging activities goes on, with one prime effect being much-accelerated climate change and all that comes with that.