Mamiko and I are headed back to the Miyako Islands in a few weeks and we can’t wait.
Yes, it will be hot and very humid. But it doesn’t matter. Those tiny specks of limestone and coral on the rim of the East China Sea emanate the energy of Lemuria. (Check our their location at https://www.google.com/maps/place/Miyako-jima,+Japan)
Mamiko and I are used to feeling Lemurian energy in Hawaii. The Hawaiian Islands are considered the ancient mountaintops of Lemuria, and when you’re in Hawaii it’s easy to connect with the spiritual energy of that legendary land
But the Lemurian vibration in the Miyako Islands is noticeably. . . purer in a sense. It feels more immediate and accessible than it usually feels in Hawaii.
My theory is that although the Miyako Islands are a popular destination for Japanese tourists, especially scuba divers, this remote place has not been trampled by international tourism, missionaries, or the military as Hawaii has. And so the land and waters of Miyako are better able to radiate the sacred vibrations of Lemuria.
Last year with the help of Mamiko’s publishing company, we took a group of 20 to connect with the energy of Lemuria as we explored Miyako-jima and its sister islands. It was our first time visiting and we immediately fell in love with the place, especially the sister island of Irabu-jima.
Like all clusters of islands, each island within the Miyako group has a unique vibration. The egg-shaped Irabu-jima is filled with dragon energy, which protects the sacred feminine energy within.
During our second night in the islands, Mamiko was stirred from her sleep by a solemn black dragon, who wanted us to know she was checking out the vibration of our group and our intentions for visiting the sacred power spots of Irabu-jima the following day.
The divine feminine energy is so strong on Irabu-jima Mamiko and I are convinced an ancient Lemurian Water Goddess temple existed in this vicinity tens of thousands of years ago, in a place long submerged beneath the sea.
When we return to Miykao-jima and Irabu-jima with another group early next month, we’ll be spending more time in the water. We want all of our participants to experience feeling connected to ancient Lemuria through the element of water.
The consciousness of the Earth and her inhabitants is shifting rapidly, and the light of Lemuria needs to shine again through the hearts of as many people as possible. Our pilgrimage to the Miyako Islands will be fun, to be sure, but it will also be another small step in bringing more light and love into this world.
NOTE: There are still a few spaces available for our Miyako-jima tour, Oct 2-4, 2015. For details and registration, go to: http://naturalspirit.co.jp/workshop/maridianna/miyakojima-2015.10.html