If you had a message that you needed to share with the world, where would you share it? This is how one conversation began with Herman. "Wouldn't you deliver your message to the editor of The New York Times, who could publish the message instantly all across the world?"
Well, truthfully, I had never considered such an idea. The New York Times was a viable option. Humbled by Herman’s intelligence, I listened.
A Message from Herman
“Consider me and other cetaceans as editors of the planet for all beings. We deliver messages other species wish to be heard or broadcasted all around the planet. Our tones, sounds, and songs can be felt by all, no matter the size of their heart or consciousness. We make these sounds and vibrations in the heart. We call this process “Hearting”. It is a universal language anyone living on the planet can speak and understand. Unfortunately, humans have forgotten this native language of the planet. It is time for humans to remember this language that the heart speaks and begin “Hearting” with all of us.”
Herman went on to explain that if we all begin doing this together (understanding this was a big “if”), we would begin to realize our true human history, our complete history, and the magnificence of being human.
Our planetary elders are deeply committed to helping us thrive and cherish this planet. Their deep love for us is why they have not vanished from the planet yet. They intend to help us restore our original blueprint, including our birthright to be able to communicate with all beings that call earth home.
I thought this was an impossible task, yet clearly, this was a well thought out idea. The approach was so simple and the results unimaginable. I could sense Herman’s delight at the progress he made with me, finding someone who could hear his message.
Herman explained to me that we were old friends, so his reappearance was expected on some level. My logical mind could not recall ever having a whale friend, yet I was indeed talking to a beloved, intimate long-lost friend. The overwhelming gratitude I felt, the tears, the ease of our conversation, were certain in every cell of my body. It felt unmistakably true.
Share One Word with the World
Herman had a plan. He shared that he could help me in understanding – or as he put it, remembering – how to heal with my heart. There was a sense of urgency in his voice. He needed something, too! Herman requested my help and his request seemed quite simple. He asked if I could share one word, one concept, with the world. This one word had the potential to heal the world quicker than anything else.
The word Herman wanted me to share with you is “Hearting.” The concept that accompanies this request it is the critical piece. Herman implored us to begin at once. Namely, to remove the words “thinking” and “feeling” in our language and replace these words with the word “Hearting” instead. It changes everything.
He assured me my part would be simple and that he would support us all the way. Herman’s part was to amplify the waves generated from our hearts when we used the word hearting like he does with all other species. We all could collaborate with our planetary elders. Our love can move on the sound of our voice. The cetaceans will amplify this wave. It is a global experiment we all can participate in. The timing is perfect, as humans are waking up and ripe for remembering.
A Simple Act, a Change in Language
Doing this puts so much into motion. in a multidimensional way. I have shared “Hearting” the word and concept, in meditation circles, workshops, retreats and in a children’s book. A collective sigh of relief is audible. Here is a simple act, a change in language, that can begin to build a wave. A wave we all are a part of. A wave we can all feel proud of, and a big huge extended handshake of love and gratitude to all the beloved creatures on the planet who offered this suggestion! Yes! We hear you. We love you. Thank you for the plan for saving the planet we all love so dearly.
What do you think?
I would love to hear your comments. Could you give this a try for a day, a week? What did you notice? What did it change? I agree, it takes courage to try, but we are worth it!