Hover in your light body over the center of the Amazon Rainforest in the northern half of South America. Around you for hundreds of miles is an incredible green garden of grace. Through it runs the Amazon River, which is the largest river by volume on the planet, with only the Nile River being longer. One with Mary, Michael, higher astral Indian guides and devic-elemental forces, breathe in the light for this wondrous place. Be aware that it also is breathing as one living entity. Via photosynthesis, its greenery converts carbon dioxide to oxygen that its animals reconvert to carbon dioxide. Since the Amazon Rainforest produces 20% of the world's oxygen turnover, it is called the "lungs of the world."
As you become one with this vast greenness, you may feel an upset in your aura, a sense of darkness and disturbance, even pain in your heart and soul. If so, it may be because you psychically are sensing that in the last 50 years 20% of this rainforest has been destroyed and lost for good. The land has been deforested for cattle ranches, mining operations, logging, and subsistence agriculture; and large business/agricultural projects such as growing soybeans (most of which are sold to China). Worldwide, whereas rainforests once covered 14% of the earth's land, they now cover a mere 6%. In most cases, this destruction has come from the pursuit of short-term profit (greed), without regard for sustainability or long-term consequences.
Keep breathing the light for the Amazon Rainforest. It is about the size of the United States and makes up much of the northern half of South America. 60% of it is in Northern Brazil, 13% is in Peru where the Amazon River originates, and the rest is in Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana (see yellow line around it in the picture to the left). Remember that some portion of the 12,000 elect of the entire global respiratory throne live throughout Amazonia. They are of every tribe, people, race, religion, ethnic group, age, profession and region/country. Be one with them as you breathe cosmic blue oxygen/light into this vast area that is a primary global respiratory center.
The Amazon Rainforest is the most bio-diverse place on the planet; it supports millions of plant, animal and insect species. Yet, in it and the rest of the world's tropical rainforests, experts estimate that 130 species of plants, animals and insects are lost every day; 200,000 acres of rainforest are burned every 24 hours. At the current rate of destruction, experts estimate that the last remaining rainforests could be destroyed in less than 40 years. So, in I Am consciousness, keep breathing the light for the Amazon Rainforest, as well as for other tropical rainforests in the Congo, Southeast Asia (including Indonesia and Papua New Guinea), and Central America.
Still feeling psychic pain? Perhaps you are picking up on the past and present suffering of indigenous people in Amazonia. About 500 years ago, an estimated 10 million native Indians were living there. Today, less that 200,000 such natives are left. More than 90 tribes have been destroyed since the 1900s. Most of the remaining shamans and medicine men are 70 years old or more. With their upcoming deaths will go a wealth of knowledge of medicinal species of plants and organisms.
Hopefully, before that happens, with shamans now cooperating with over 100 pharmaceutical companies, many secrets about medicinal plants with the Amazon Rainforest will be rediscovered. As we breathe in the light for Amazonia, we link with Mary who produced roses in winter that Juan Diego picked; and with Lord Michael who revealed a healing spring to Diego Lazaro. Breathing with ascended masters and guardian angels, we inspire fellow I Am Nation citizens in Amazonia to bring forth new physical remedies to heal humanity.
In our prayers and projections, we also lend support to those individuals, groups, companies and nations who are developing sustainable farming practices in the Amazon Rainforest. Already, some are replacing mining, timbering and subsistence farming -- which lead to the burning of the forest -- with growing and harvesting medicinal plants, fruits, nuts, oils and other resources like rubber and chocolate. After all, the Amazon Indians have lived thousands of years in harmony with nature. Surely, everyone there now can do the same, applying and adapting new methods to ancient and time-honored practices that have worked cooperatively with all life forms in this region.
Time, though, is running out. Unless man of Earth changes his profligate and disharmonious ways, so-called natural disasters may occur, which will wipe out humanity's destructive, selfish actions. The same holds true for all areas of the world. For mankind only can be blind, self-willed and selfish for so long before his thoughts and actions spill over into nature and trigger catastrophic events. As one possibility, another drought in the Amazon Rainforest such as the one in 2005, in combination with ongoing deforestation, could lead to a "tipping point" whereby much of the rainforest would die and release vast amounts of carbon that it now holds. If this were to happen, it might accelerate global warming with potentially devastating effects.
Thankfully, several countries, notably Brazil, have declared their deforestation a national emergency. Moreover, some researchers claim that for every acre of Amazon Rainforest cut down each year, more than 50 acres of new forest are growing in the tropics; the new forest includes secondary forest on former farmland and so-called degraded forest. Furthermore, conservation efforts have increased dramatically; from 2002-2006, the conserved land in the Amazon Rainforest almost tripled, with about 250,000,000 acres put into some sort of conservation, which adds up to a current amount of 430,000,000 acres.
As global I Am Nation citizens and I Am Amazonians, we breathe the light for all of the Amazon Rainforest. Our lungs are one with this green garden of grace that is the lungs of the world. As we breathe in, we decree: God's will. As we breathe out, we state: be done. With each inspiration and expiration cycle as cosmic oxygen breathers, we proclaim: God's will be done in the Amazon lungs. So be it.
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