We, that’s you and me - are all connected - all of us are connected to everything on our planet. We are surrounded by the air molecules encompassing
us, (that we breath into our being) that in turn envelopes all of humanity and all biota, including every mountain range across all landmass’s
down to the shores of all seas and oceans - then as water molecules down to the ocean floor of mineral molecules - right to the very molten atomic
core of our planet itself.
Our Planet is a ball composed of atoms - from the top of our atmospheric envelope - to the very centre of its core.
Basic science shows us that within the bubble of our biosphere we are one energy field of untold mega trillions of molecules rubbing up against each
other. These invisible atmospheric atoms are all touching as one continuous relationship with each other.
Even between our eyes and this screen, though invisible the atoms of nitrogen, oxygen carbon, methane are between our retina and these words. It is
not a vacuum. When we look about us the whole atmosphere is made of transparent air molecules - all rubbing up against each other.
Everything is in contact with something else in one seamless connection. Atoms rubbing up against other atoms. Each atom having a nucleus - like a
mini sun or star.
Our world at an atomic level Put another way, a planetary sized ball filled with subatomic particles - orbiting the sun our local star.
As we are one continuous stream of atoms in connection - from the ground under our feet to the air and clouds above our head - plus in all the directions
of the four winds. We are one contiguous interconnected ’energy field, of atoms.’
One unified solid energy field.
The fact that everything is connected - let us realise that when we send thoughts and feelings of goodwill - of healing love, light and connection
to surround an ambulance ‘in a bubble’ - is an act of ‘compassion and empathy.’ That we are doing our best even at a tiny level - to send healing
intention to those people in need who are in the ambulance, but also who may use an ambulance in the future, - that at heart - we care.
It may be a small act, however as thoughts have wings it is one way of showing ‘conscious’ support and care.
We know that ambulances these days are all too often found ‘at the bottom of the cliff’ due to the lack of preventative health measure being taken
in advance, yet they are revered life savers.
Imagine finding yourself being injured or unwell and being carried to an ambulance and as you enter the doors - you are instantly bathed in a warm
glow of what feels like love and soothing, healing warmth. This could be very real and have such an effect to make the needy person ‘feel’ that
they are in a sacred place of healing. So that their journey to hospital takes them there bathed in well wishing - safely, and that they can recover
far more quickly.
This being a conscious choice to community participation