My experience and participation in Dr. Masaru Emoto’s 3rd Hado Instructor School held at the Hawaii Naniloa Resort in Hilo, Hawaii February 13 –18, 2006 was "Good Hado..." awesome vibrations in love, gratitude and peace! Hado (pronounced Hadou to rhyme with shadow) literally means "wave" and "move." It is the subtle vibrational pattern in all matter and is the smallest unit of energy.
"Hado creates words. Words are the vibration of nature. Therefore beautiful words create beautiful nature. Ugly words create ugly nature. This is the root of the universe." ~Masaru Emoto
The foundation of good HADO
By Robert Berman HA’a
As it was done before many times, and as it is before us once again today. The breath that breathed upon the image that we now see in front of us was done in memory of the old ones.
Built before us in honor and in recognition of our elders in order to hold the energy of the Great Spirit here amongst our people of this land.
Every movement that we place upon the work that we have in front of us is like the very breath that we breathe. In and out, in and out, each and every single breath giving us the precious gift of life.
If we breathe hard and are not conscious of our breath, we then make our bodies and the things around us sick. If we work for nothing more then a simple way to find a means to an end, we will miss the blessing in-between. And if we miss the blessing in-between, we can say that we have already died. For our memory will be lost from our once known image that our very precious inner soul seeks to find and hold.
If we labor with the work that is before us in our hearts in prayer, and in holding every breath in our knowingness that it is a gift from the creator, we then place this energy and this intention into that in which we do. If we hope to restore and uphold this energy, we must place the same energy into the work that we do.
If prayers and blessings were the original foundation in how it was built, then prayers and blessings are how it must be maintained in order to restore it and to hold its energy for the people of our land.
Here before us lays not a construction job that simply needs to be over with. Instead, a powerful blessing that is waiting for each of us to participate in. Here today the Great Spirit asks for our hearts to return to the place where we remember that each and every breath is a blessing.
We must ask ourselves these questions, is the labor that I am asked to do for or against my will? Is it for or against the will of our Creator? Are the thoughts and the words that we speak and how we share with each other for us or against the ways of the Great Spirit? Is my will and the will of the Great Spirit as One?
If we honor and respect that which we do, then honor and respect becomes the foundation before us, a foundation that goes way beyond that of the flesh. If we restore this very precious and very sacred work with this gratitude in our hearts, all who come before it will also receive the blessing from the love that we bring forth to it.
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May each of us spread good Hado upon the Earth.
Thank you Dr. Emoto
Many Blessings to all!
Robert Berman HA'aThis is an excerpt from "Sacred Water" By Robert Berman HA'a
Robert’s water photography, music and writing are healing and speak to one’s soul. I remember the first time I experienced seeing HA’a photograph and thinking, such beautiful work! I’ll have to ask HA’a what techniques he uses to achieve such an affect. Imagine my amazement in discovering it is a photograph and not a painting. www.rememberthewater.com
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