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I would like to give you an update on the International Planetary Attunement Team (IPAT), formerly the International Weather Attunement Team. The team, 8 men and 7 women, has been in place for 14 months, continuing to extend the substance of love to our beloved Planet Earth. Chris Jorgensen and I share the coordination of the team. My role is to select what goes on our radiation list for enfoldment, although many team members send articles from various news sources to assist me in making the selections.
Changing the name to IPAT came about since it was increasingly obvious that even though much of our radiation focuses on extreme weather events, such as floods, heat waves, wildfires, and hurricanes, as much perhaps more of our focus is directed at global patterns (oceans, tectonic plates, continents, atmospheric levels, the earth’s magnetic field, volcanoes, and earthquakes). In his recent IAAP blog article, team member Gary Ragan provided an Attunement protocol for working with our planet, the sun, and the constellations, the Pleiades and Orion.
In meditating upon what I might share with all of you, I recall the opening words from Psalm 24: “The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof, and they that dwell therein.” For me, these words are the starting and ending point of my enfoldment of the various global patterns and extreme weather events. Attunement with the earth is a sacred endeavor. Later, in the psalm it states that only those with “clean hands and pure heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto vanity shall ascend into the hill of the Lord or stand in his holy place” Sharing attunement with the earth is not about solving weather or planetary issues, for that would be unclean and impure; it is about stewarding the generation of pneumaplasm that brings a new heaven to be reflected by a new earth. Moreover, it involves not only those who identify as part of the team but also many others throughout the world and those non-incarnate beings in the heavenly realms.
Back in early May, I included the Sahara Desert as part of IPAT’s radiation list for a two-week period. Its hot desert winds move north into Western and Central Europe adding to unprecedented heat waves in Spain, Portugal, France, and other countries. The desert winds also move west raising ocean temperatures in the North Atlantic, which in turn can lead to an increase in hurricane activity.
For me, to love the Sahara Desert, or for that matter any desert, was something I had never even imagined. I have often wondered why the word desert has the same origin as the words deserter and desertion—abandonment, left behind, waste. Humans have over the millennia abandoned the Creator, Source, and perhaps an effect of this abandonment and self-activity are these large areas we call deserts or wastelands. The poet Percy Shelley in his poem “Ozymandias,” which is set in Egypt, describes how a pharaoh’s ego-centered monument to himself, has been destroyed by the inexorable march of time and the Sahara’s desert sands.
“Round the decay of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.”
After spending time enfolding the Sahara and the various countries which comprise North Africa and continuing to do so in my personal Attunement list, I realize that the Sahara is in its own way a beautiful part of our planet; and yet, as does everywhere else, it needs a return, a reclaiming for the Creator.
Living in Attunement means sharing Attunement from the crossover point in the assurance of one’s own divine identity, sharing in the radiation and work of Love. Just as individual healing can be a by-product of an Attunement or series of Attunements, so it is with global patterns and extreme weather events. As I write these words, the International Planetary Attunement Team shares Attunement with Typhoon Mawar in the Western Pacific headed toward the Philippines, also the volcano Popocatepetl near Mexico City, and in Northwest Greenland, the rapidly melting Petermann Glacier–living the words “Let Love radiate without concern for results.”
A final note: If you are interested in being a part of IPAT, please contact me at email@example.com.