Yarra River, Fairfield VIC
There’s nothing better than some time by the river, beach or water park for some tranquility and peacefulness. I had a bit of a uneasy afternoon and soon found myself by the river. Soon after feeling refreshed, clear and peaceful.
Water will play such an important role in 2015, and it’s really important to ensure you are getting sufficient water into your bodies, especially those who may be experiencing mental illness/tension. This will help to cleanse and allow your body’s energy to flow with ease.
There will also be some significant water related events next year that will help to cleanse and clear away old structures and energies. Let go of any fears to do with water, whether it be fears to do with natural occurrences or lack of water. Gratitude for water goes along way.
Many people are unaware of the healing and cleansing power of water. There were those bible stories of baptisms in the river, but I didn’t really understand that at the time. I thought it was just symbolic.
If you are feeling a bit unsettled, anxious or frustrated, some time near water can help to balance your thoughts and emotions. Placing your feet in water, like at the beach will greatly help to stabilise and rejuvenate you.
Connecting with water is also beneficial for those who are experiencing depression or sadness. Water cleanses and heals excess emotions and thoughts that might be lingering in your energy field.
If you are at home and cannot get to a river or the beach, the next best thing is to imagine you are sitting by the river or by the beach touching or being in the water. Just as easy, open up a photo of a favourite water spot and you will feel an immediate relief.
The river in the photo is the main river in Melbourne, the Yarra River, the part before the water flows past the city. This part of the river gets a lot of traffic being inner city, but mainly because there is a boathouse restaurant on the bank.
The health at this end of the river doesn’t appear too great, rubbish floating by, a bit of oil. There is still a great deal of life happening, eels, snakes, fish and many birds. Dragonflys are a good sign of health. Many Melbournians would tell you against swimming or touching the water. Others are not so fussed. If you get a chance, it is worth visiting the upper reaches in Warburton and Warrandyte.
Wishing you tranquility, peacefulness and clarity,