Water Ceremony (followed by)
When: Saturday, April 22
Where: Peacemaker's Sanctuary at
Onondaga Lake Park
Bring a chair or cushion to sit on.
Join us as we give thanks to and connect with our Mother and in the process strengthen and heal Her.
A water ceremony where we pass around a container of water from Onondaga Lake and reintroduce it back is meant to heal the water. Particularly important given Onondaga Lake was once considered the most polluted lake in America. Masaru Emoto showed us the power that human intention can have on water.
A group meditation connects us to each other and Mother Earth. It also strengthens the powerful imprints at this sacred place. Critically important because this further charges the Ley Lines that originate from Onondaga Lake, better empowering them for their journey around the world.
Bring a chair, or cushion to sit on.
Please contact me if you are interested in being a greeter and welcoming and smudging people before they enter the sacred space the day off.
Please contact me if you are interested in helping clean up and do some Earth Healing in prepping the Peacemaker's Sanctuary beforehand.
Location of the Peacemaker's Sanctuary: Here is an older maps of the park and the location on the West Shore Trail. Please note that the Long Branch Bridge at the time of this post was closed for repairs.
Directions: To get to the Peacemaker’s Sanctuary take Rt. 690 to State Fair Blvd, head towards Syracuse on State Fair Blvd. Take a left onto Beach Street, Empower Credit is on the corner. Follow to end park on grass.
Cross RR tracks and bear right and cross the bridge over Rt. 690. Take a left onto the gravel path. Within a 100 feet the dirt path will merge with an asphalt path from the right. Continue straight. Look for the first set of benches on your right 200-300 feet-this is the place.
The closest bench will say ‘Peacemaker’s Sanctuary’.
Google Map of Beach and Iona