Wavespell of the White Wind

by Mariela Maya


August 3–15, 2011
(Kins 222-234)



August – Month of the Pachamama

For thousands of years, Native people around the world lived in physical and spiritual communion with Mother Earth, relationship based on respect and love for the planet and all living beings. Nature’s cycles were revered and humans lived in harmony with the rest of creation.

Although this connection has been forgotten by modern society, especially since the days of industrialization, there are still communities and individuals globally that keep traditions alive as a way to express gratitude, love and devotion for Mother Earth, thanking her for nurturing and giving us all we need to subsist.

From Quechua and Aymara languages, Pachamama means Mother Earth and it is a focal point in the Andean Cosmovision. Through rituals and celebrations, many indigenous communities in Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and the North of Argentina pay tribute to the Earth on August every year, known as the “Month of the Pachamama”.

We have been all witnessing how our planet is expressing its urgent need to be healed.  Regardless of our origin, nationality, background and beliefs, let’s unite our hearts with those loving ceremonies and give thanks to Mother Earth, this month, and every single day of our existence.


Tomorrow (8/3/11) the Wavespell of the White Wind starts, thirteen days to communicate from the Spirit and be guided by divine inspiration!

From the moment we are born, we are both spiritual and human beings. As we grow up, we may get so absorbed by the daily rush and the world of appearances that we forget our spiritual nature, thinking that everything is physical and material, living on a superficial level ruled by forms and shapes, and relating to our existence only by what we “see”.

When attached to our ego’s illusions (our human shadows), we feel separated from all that is and, this duality, leads us to struggling and suffering. On a soul level (our spiritual nature), we know that we are more than this physical body, we are one with life, and we are here to be happy, to grow and evolve, to be free and flow like the wind! 

Conversations with God – Neale Donald Walsch

In the early 1990’s, Neale Donald Walsch faced several challenges in his own life, from a fire that destroyed his belongings, unemployment, a divorce, and breaking his neck in a car accident. Living in a tent, collecting and recycling aluminum cans to be able to eat, angry and desperate, Neale decided to write a letter to God asking questions on why his life was as it was. And he got the answers…

Neale shares in Conversations with God (volumes I, II and III) some universal truths applicable to modern life. These books were criticized by many, mainly because they were written as a dialogue with God, which Neale said was dictated by him, not as channeling but as inspiration. In spite of all critics, the first book published in 1995, was in the New York Times best-sellers list for over 130 weeks.

Independently of any religious connotation, I found the first book to have helpful messages to re-connect with our true selves and be open to receive divine guidance. We can understand it as coming from God, Universe, Nature, Source, Essence, Great Spirit, Web of Life, or however we identify with it.

Divine inspiration speaks to everyone all the time and not just to a few enlightened or selected people. It is not about who it talks to, but who listens to it, knowing that its messages can come to us in many different ways.


In one of Neale’s recent teleseminars, he emphasized the importance to connect to Source, essence, Life itself. He explained that, when we step into this energy, it can express itself through us. If we listen to its messages only from our minds, we keep trying to understand it on a logical level. But, when breathing consciously and intentionally and going to a deeper place within, we feel an energy shift. Just then, we will be able to listen from our hearts and souls, beyond words, opening ourselves to a higher level of awareness.

In Lak’esh,

Mariela Maya
Yellow Electric Star
mariela [at] mayankin [dot] com
+1 (832) 454-3113



In Lak’esh means “I am another yourself!”, a Mayan greeting that recognizes the Divine in each living Being. It’s a message of Unity that reminds us that, when we give, we are also receiving. In this way, the Mayan honored and respected each other, reinforcing the belief that we are all interconnected: what we do to others and to our environment will also affect ourselves in the end…

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