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Spring Water - Accessibility for Everyone

For this mission, I have used my place on another site for conscientious peoples, http://www.evolver.net, to help get the word out about the great project my good friend, and Water Visionary, Daniel Vitalis has put together.

Find a Spring is a website that Daniel created to provide directions and details to springs All Across the World! This resource helps give people access to local, free, drinkable spring water. Being connected with our local water sources is certainly the most direct, and most healthy, way to meet our needs for water.

As I get the personal feedback from going through with the missions and quests here on EVOKE, it is becoming clear to me how valuable and nurturing it is to let my focus be on the spiritual aspects involved in these various social issues. To reconnect with the traditional and ancestral awareness of Life that includes the aetheric environments, invisible forces, and spiritual beings who share this Earth with us. And so, especially in these issues surrounding 'Water Crisis', to bring an attentive inclusion to the Elemental Spirit of Water has felt very fulfilling, very nourishing. It is an awakening to that part of life which has been sleeping, to address these crisis issues in a way that shares the liveliness of our wh*** Being, including the spiritual.

It is quite the dance between what is desired and what is comfortable, to have come from my childhood motivations to live a spiritual life through work in the church, to now finding what such a life even means to me while valuing radical transformations in way of life, society, and spiritual awareness itself.

So, I have undertaken this mission while embracing this desire, calling out on the Evolver Network to those companions I feel will also have a deep reverence for the Earth, for whom personal, global, and universal evolutions are a sacred act, and who will use the information on 'Find a Spring' as a holy blessing for themselves, their families, and their communities * * *

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Comment by Turil Cronburg on April 5, 2010 at 2:13pm
I'd heard about that site (from the video blog of Angela and Matt Stokes-Monarch), and was glad someone had created it. So, thanks for reminding me of it, and promoting it to others!
Comment by PJE on April 7, 2010 at 10:00am
Finding springs is a wonderful idea, and works metaphorically and practically. My last landlady told me how she had come across a hot spring many years ago in the mountains near here. As she cleared away the undergrowth she found that it had been used in ancient times by the Romans, some mosaic and walls were still there. Now, the local village maintains and protects it, but it is still a hidden secret.

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