Prayer for Pachamama
Pachamama is a goddess revered by the indigenous people of the Andes. In Inca mythology, Pachamama is a fertility goddess, a creative power to sustain life on this Earth. Pachamama is perceived as being benevolent and giving - she is also seen as being nature itself. Pachamama is usually translated as Mother Earth, but a more literal translation would be "World Mother".
To you oh great ones. In wonder, concern, and hope.
The children of all ages, sages, and innocents, young and old. In their eyes are their hearts. We know this dear one. We have always known this about each of you. You have no need to be in pain, believing you are forsaken, not loved. Your experiences may have given you that conclusion. We tell you this conclusion was necessary, for the sacred heart. What a deep foundation is being build, if you will be willing now to take this conclusion and let it be rebuked. Let your minds go to openness.
Move with grace and focus now, as the great conclusion that is coming will be filled with the awe inspired complete knowing that all the rest was just to bring you all home to this one conclusion. You are wanted, you are loved. You are safe.
We of spirit are here with you. Time to be here with each other. Then we can be here all together. So, in prayer we say: "Oh Glorious One, thank you for keeping the Great Spirit in all hearts. We pray for those who are in a walk, a lesson, a decision that is filled with isolation, hate, separation. May the ones who have called out for years. Those who have so been born to earth, look with luminous eyes towards all of this illusion. May the light of the inner smile, help others pass, others change, and the world go on to the grand conclusion into the place in the spiral of life and the Council.
Thank you Pachamama, for you have taken your heart and made yourself into what others call Earth. The rest of you stretching out ethereally staying as you really are, a part of Heaven. Thank you from your soul family that has stayed in spirit. Love them Pachamama, love them so they will remember. Amen"