Journey through Japan – Equinox

Long before we were invited to India, David and I were asked to go to Japan to link a pathway through the song lines at the time of the Equinox.

Another aspect of Neo* was to be taken to the waters of Japan and set free that would see the third alignment of song lines awaken (3 of 6).

We were told that an aspect of Neo would go to Japan in June, 2013 but would not know the exact location until 15 months later, this is often the case for us – we book the flights and the money flows to take us where we are asked TO BE.


The night before September Equinox there was a change of plans. Originally it was all set that six of us would go to Lake Biwa, one of the oldest Lakes in the world. As sometimes can be the case, energies shift and change and we were guided to an area that would see us go to Hiroshima and then on to Miyajima to the Torii Gate at the Itsukushima Shrine/the entrance to a Shingo Temple.

A few money issues arose as we contemplated our new destination. What a wonderful experience to explore letting go of our material attachments! As it was, a bullet train journey to Hiroshima only took 130min. It was a joy just to experience the brilliance of technology, the blur of these speeding trains, as well as be in service.


The song lines that run deep in the sacred waters hold many ‘keys of awakening’ and the Grand Ones of the oceans are always present to assist us in singing and aligning the many Soul vibrations now awakening.

This day was to be no exception as we made our way to the bullet train (my first!) to Hiroshima and then by ferry across to Miyajima. We once again took the ‘Bowls of Peace’ with us and knew we had many guiding energies with us. It is always interesting to me as to the call of the Souls that will journey together on days such as this. David and I felt very blessed with the people that came along.

On the ferry across to the island, I sang and spoke ‘Language of Light’ codes and was shown the location to use the singing bowls and we made our way there. We could align with the ‘Torii’, the gateway and felt the energies of the many spirits of the waters with us.

_DSC0877Japan-bowl-equinoxOnce settled I read words that were brought through on the train journey:  “When the spirit of your Soul sings, it takes you into other worlds, into the no-thing-ness.  We celebrate this through the in-breath, the out-breath, where all light dwells within itself and BEcomes the awakening, the renewing and the indwelling of a consciousness that is the One.

Today, through the light within, the All shall awaken and open.  Bringers of Peace unite and BE the indwelling of sacred hearts, sacred breath, sacred One.  You are a pure consciousness that has always been and now awaken to the song of your heart and the sound of your voice.  It is the now, the One, the All”.

The bowls were played and a meditation came through so that we could expand the light within us if we chose and for others that were willing. We witnessed many gateways being awakened as the great ones of the waters seemed to send their energy through spirals through the gateway and out.

A very long but magickal day for all as we made our way back to Kyoto.  We were so blessed TO BE in the company of amazing people who listened to their hearts and the accompaniment and support of the Cosmos.

In deepest gratitude




We now have a new CD out: “Home To Heart” – go here.

Itsukushima Shrine (Japanese: 厳島神社 Itsukushima-jinja) is a Shinto shrine on the island of Itsukushima (popularly known as Miyajima), best known for its “floating” torii gate.[1] It is in the city of Hatsukaichi in Hiroshima Prefecture in Japan. The shrine complex is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Japanese government has designated several buildings and possessions as National Treasures.

A 1400-Year History
World Cultural Heritage: Itsukushima Shrine

Itsukushima Shrine is known for the unique and bold concept of being built in the sea as well as its elegant architectural style called “Shinden Zukuri”. It is said to have been first built in 593, and the present shrine pavilions were constructed in 1168. The vermilion-painted main building creates a beautiful contrast with the blue sea and green mountains; when the tide comes in, the shrine looks as if it is floating on the sea. This historical piece of cultural heritage stands in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings.

We now have a new CD out: “Home To Heart” – go here.





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