12 Offering/MULUC – A Blessing at the Delta

12 Offering/MULUC (Cherokee The River Yun’wi Gunnahi’ta)

The DeltaGalactic Tone 12: Understanding and the gift of retrospection
Offering/Muluc: A symbol of water everywhere as in the rain, the oceans, or in the body; the sign of Sacred water ceremonies such as baptism and purification

The River/Yun’wi Gunnahi’ta: In Cherokee, The River is the “Fountain of Life”, giver of all fluids, water, rain, tears; the Milky Way is also referred to as The River

Water symbolizes purity, healing, and cleansing used ceremonially as a way of clearing the emotional body to become ready for transformational energies at the next level.

Water has the ability to hold our spiritual energetic. Masaru Emoto, a Japanese author and researcher, illustrated how human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water, supporting his theory that water can be embued with spiritual intention and purpose.

Symbolically, a River represents the flow of time and the natural cycles, transitions, transformations and passageways. Once the River has completed its long journey it empties into the sea. The point at which the River enters the sea is called its Delta. The Delta is a triangular area which forms at the mouth of the River. The word Delta is derived from a Greek symbol, also in the shape of a triangle, which means “Change”. Upon passing through Its Delta the River “Changes” – its individuality comes to an end as It merges with all of the other Rivers, which have also ended their long Journeys, to become part of the One Great Sea. http://www.aseekersthoughts.com/2009/07/rivers-as-symbol-part-1.html

Give thanks in the way of an offering.

Native American Blessing

A way opens before you. All obstacles and impediments are removed.

Only that which is worthy and desirable moves forward with you.

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