Foci for Natural and man-made Disaster Calming for Today Nov 26

As our Mother Earth continues to cleanse and clear, thank you for staying calm, in LOVE and in GRATITUDE when meditating and as much as you can throughout your day.

Family, we now clearly know that global mediations have positive effect. The good news for those participating in this one: since "Strong weather events are not planetary in scope but are localized to a certain part of the planetary surface and thus critical mass of meditators to dissolve them is usually between 5000 to 10,000 people, which should not be too difficult to reach.”

As of this morning,there are NO active tropical storms and none forecast anywhere; but there is a medium-to-low probability in the South India Ocean Basin. A system south of Java, Indonesia is expected to be slow moving, eastwards during Monday and Tuesday. It may develop further over the next few days 'in a generally favourable environment... likely to remain north of the region during Monday and Tuesday and may move southwards into the region on Wednesday but remain well north of the Australian Continent. A second tropical low lies north of the region near 6.3S 93.4E. is expected to move southeast and develop over the next few days and may reach tropical cyclone intensity from Wednesday. It will likely remain north of the region during the next three days, however there is a slight chance it moves south it into the region on Wednesday.' Let's keep our focus on calming the winds and keeping them in that favorable environment--out at sea and not making landfalls.

There have been heavy rains in many areas of the world: Northern England, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, and Greece all had severe flooding in the last week. ‘Major flooding hit Jamaica's Montego Bay, the capital of Saint James Parish in the country's northwest, on Wednesday, November 22, 2017, bringing traffic to a standstill, flooding buildings, stranding residents, and resulting in severe infrastructural damage on a scale not seen in many years.'

A destructive tornado ripped through a densely populated area of East Java province, Indonesia on Wednesday, November 22, 2017.

Rains are expected in Puerto Rico, where the people are still not receiving all the help they need, many without roofs or even tarps to cover their homes. Please continue to send much love and light to the many who are now working on the cleanup and recoveries from the fires, storms, and floods everywhere, and to all living beings, especially our many animal relations who have been harmed by natural and man-made disasters everywhere, surrounding them in love, light, and healing.

Please continue to visualize all areas that have been harmed surrounded in light, bringing peace and calming, and evacuees returning to their homes.

FYI: the aid requests from the governors of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands show that the damages from Hurricanes Maria and Irma make this the second costliest weather disaster in recorded world history. Please visualize Puerto Rico, Vieques, Virgin Islands, and all areas recovering from hurricanes and floods, surrounded by pink light, healing, recovering, and getting the help they require.

The regular seismic activity continues all around our Mother Earth and we continue to have many small quakes worldwide continue as pressure is gently released, fortunately in relatively unpopulated areas.

There have been 66 earthquakes in the past 24 hours, the biggest a 5.8 in Isangel, Tafea, Vanuatu. Also a 4.4 in Usulután, El Salvador, 4.1 in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, 4.2 Valparaíso, Chile, 4.7 Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, 4.5 Kermānshāh, Iran, 3.2 La Altagracia, Dominican Republic, 3.5 The Caribbean and Central America, 4.2 Catamarca, Argentina, 4.2 Lautém, East Timor, 4.8 Southeast Of Easter Island, 4.1 Tarapacá, Chile, 4.9 Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, 3.2 Alaska Peninsula, 4.7 Sakhalin, Russia, 4.2 Biobío, Chile, 4.5 Davao, Philippines, 4.4 Sakhalin, Russia, 4.3 Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia, 4.7 West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.

This last week there was yet another large one—a 7.0 in again offshore the Tadine, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia.
There’s been some notable activity there this last month.

We’ve all been focusing on Bali’s Mt. Agung, and the long-awaited eruption that had approximately 185,000 people evacuated and living in emergency shelters nearly two months, finally happened on Tuesday of this last week.
Authorities said the eruption which caused a big ash cloud was “steam driven.”
Many people have been able to return to their homes and it’s estimated 25-30,000 people are still awaiting their return home.
So far, the eruption is only moderate in scale and has not caused significant damage.
Air traffic was temporarily disrupted for some international flights, due to ash & visibility issues from a series of eruptions and has now resumed.
Yesterday (Saturday) the volcano sent more plumes of grey-black ash and steam at least 2000 metres into the sky and the Sunday report is the current aviation code classification has been upgraded to red, meaning eruption is imminent or underway, with significant emission of ash into the atmosphere likely. Indonesia’s civil protection urges the population to remain calm. The volcano’s alert status has not been increased from the second highest level and authorities said the island remained safe.

Volcano activity is low, continuing in the active volcanoes, volcanic ash advisories today are at: Fuego volcano in Guatemala, Popocatépetl (Central Mexico), Dukono (Halmahera), Reventador Ecuado, Sabancaya Peru, Copahue (on the border of Chile and Argentina.)

For a nice map of volcanic & earthquake activities around the world to help you visulaize:

Thank you for joining as one today to help positively affect the Natural & Man-Made Disasters on our Mother Earth and please continue to hold as much Light as you can throughout your days. I love you all. We are ONE.

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